The Czech Chamber of Architects presented thirty-three works, which are bidding for the Czech Prize for Architecture in 2018. Among the nominees are three office projects: the Vault42 in Olomouc, the multifunctional building Dorn in Brno and the administrative building in Strančice near Prague. The Main Prize winner and the other finalists will be announced on the November 19th at the gala evening at the Karlín Forum.
Take a look at the visual and content series of photographs Chrámy nové doby (Temples of the New Era) of art photographer Jiří Šebek. It is a counterpart to the classic style of Prague buildings and to Šebek's typical work. For this set, the author won the Czech Press Photo Award in 2016.
The CEEQA Awards are important annual industry recognition for business achievement in commercial real estate investment and development across 18 countries in Central and Eastern Europe. They recognise the best buildings, companies and industry professionals of the sector year.
The annual eVolo Magazine's award established in 2006 recognizes visionary ideas - projects that through the novel use of technology, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations, challenge the way we understand vertical architecture and its relationship with the natural and built environments.
From living green walls to mega complexes like Amazon’s recently opened Spheres imitating rain forest, the green office is believed to further enhance productivity and creativity of city-dwellers inside the office “cage”.
The year 2019 will bring a turning point for the City, a financial district of London. Great Britain will officialy leave the EU after Brexit referendum. But some companies are going in opposite way - leaving the City and moving to continental Europe. The year 2019 will be also a year when a new dominant of the City and the second-tallest building in EU is about to be completed.