The exhibition of the 6th Instituto Tomie Ohtake AkzoNobel Architecture Awards presents the 12 projects selected in the PROFESSIONAL category and three more in the UNIVERSITY STUDENTS category. This edition enrolled 391 projects from 17 Brazilian states and the Federal District, 282 Professionals and 109 University students. Among those selected are works located in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Tocantins, Federal District, Mato Grosso, Maranhão and Uruguay.
The works gathered at the exhibition will be displayed in a catalog. The jury of this edition was formed by architects Helena Aparecida Ayoub Silva; Héctor Vigliecca; Joice Berth; Pedro Vada and Priscyla Gomes.
About the prize
The Instituto Tomie Ohtake AkzoNobel Architecture Awards seeks to recognize the outstanding architectural productions in the Brazilian contemporary scene, valuing the innovative ways of thinking and building the social space, thus contributing to the drawing of the current panorama of national architecture in its most varied contexts. The selected projects participate in the exhibition at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake space and are gathered in a catalogue, and the winners, announced at the opening of the exhibition, are awarded international trips and internship in an architecture office. The sixth edition introduced the university students category.