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RCR Architects - Pritzker Award 2017

Spanish architects Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramón Vilalta have been awarded this Wednesday with the Pritzker Prize 2017

Spanish architects Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramon Vilalta were honored Wednesday with the Pritzker 2017 Prize "for their uncompromising commitment to the place" in which they work to create "spaces that are related to their respective contexts."
Aranda, Pigem and Vilalta created in 1988 the RCR Arquitectes study in Olot (Gerona), their hometown, and in their work "they look for connections between the exterior and the interior, which results in an emotional and experiential architecture", according to the ruling Of the jury.
The announcement was made in Chicago (USA) by Hyatt Foundation President Tom Pritzker, who highlighted the fact that the jury has chosen, for the first time, three architects as recipients of the award, which is awarded to their Works and not the study they founded almost three decades ago.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Spanish architects Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramón Vilalta were honored Wednesday with the Pritzker 2017 Prize "for their uncompromising commitment to the place" in which they work to create "spaces that are related to their respective contexts."
Aranda, Pigem and Vilalta created in 1988 the RCR study in Olot (Gerona), their hometown, and in their work "they look for connections between the exterior and the interior, which results in an emotional and experiential architecture", according to the ruling Of the jury.
The announcement was made in Chicago (USA) by Hyatt Foundation President Tom Pritzker, who highlighted the fact that the jury has chosen, for the first time, three architects as recipients of the award, which is awarded to their Works and not the study they founded almost three decades ago.

 

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Spanish architects Rafael Aranda, Carme Pigem and Ramón Vilalta were honored Wednesday with the Pritzker 2017 Prize "for their uncompromising commitment to the place" in which they work to create "spaces that are related to their respective contexts."
Aranda, Pigem and Vilalta created in 1988 the RCR study in Olot (Gerona), their hometown, and in their work "they look for connections between the exterior and the interior, which results in an emotional and experiential architecture", according to the ruling Of the jury.
The announcement was made in Chicago (USA) by Hyatt Foundation President Tom Pritzker, who highlighted the fact that the jury has chosen, for the first time, three architects as recipients of the award, which is awarded to their Works and not the study they founded almost three decades ago.