Gianni Cito, ontwerp Superbowl, collectie architect
Gianni Cito, ontwerp Superbowl, collectie architect

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.

John Lonsdale, Shifting Horizons, collectie architect

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.
www.johnlonsdale.org

Second Prize and Basic Prizes Architecture 2001

Second Prize Architecture:
Theo Hauben

Basic Prizes Architecture:
Marion Regitko
Fjodor Richter

Second Prize and Basic Prizes Urban Design & Landscape Architecture 2001

Second Prize Urban Design & Landscape Architecture:
Jago van Bergen

Basic Prizes Urban Design & Landscape Architecture:
Nikol Dietz
Paul Toornend

Jury Urban Design & Landscape Architecture 2001

Kees Christiaanse
Sébastien Marot
Branimir Medić
Maarten Schmitt
Maike van Stiphout

Jury Architecture 2001

Rob Hootsmans
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani
Liesbeth van der Pol
Bob van Reeth
Lars Spuybroek