Winner Prix de Rome Architecture 2001: Gianni Cito
Architect Gianni Cito (1970) won the Prix de Rome Architecture in 2001 with his design Superbowl, a plan for redefinition of the grounds of the former sugar factory CSM in Halfweg.
Gianni Cito is founder of the bureau Moke architecten.
Winner Prix de Rome Urban Design & Landscape Architecture 2001: John Lonsdale
Architect and landscape architect John Lonsdale (1965) won the Prix de Rome Urban Design & Landscape Architecture in 2001 with the design Shifting Horizons, a proposal for non-deterministic urbanism, a development strategy for the Westland.