As sponsors of the 8th annual Inspireli Awards, Graphisoft is proud to recognize and support the next generation of design talent. Students from across the globe were invited to submit their projects in three categories: interior design, urban design, and architecture. The Inspireli jurors selected forty-four designs from twenty-one different countries as finalists for the creativity, skill, and sensitivity of their designs.
New this year, Graphisoft selected one finalist as the winner of the Archicad Prize for their excellence in BIM modeling using Archicad. We are proud to recognize the winner’s achievements in modelling, documentation, visualization, and building information quality.
“A concept for a forum building for the Berlin techno scene was to be developed on a wasteland directly between the Warschauer Brücke and the Berghain, which is very present in terms of urban planning.”
We look forward to sharing more details about Klangwerk Berlin and the qualities that set Clemens’s project apart soon. Look for more details about the Archicad Prize, the winning project, and the honorable mentions in a future post.
And now, we have the honor of sharing the winners of the Interior design, Urban Design and Architecture categories!
“Access to natural light is one of the most sought-after factors in today’s interior-architecture. However, the ever-increasing density and height of cityscapes obstructs the natural light’s way into more and more lower-storey windows…”
“The masterplan for marina and the walkway is a cohesive development on the Adriatic coast… The intervention would provide visitors with enthralling attractions, developing on natural and cultural resources.”
Naturaleza y Artificio en equilibrio - Mirador/museo - Zamora-Ecuador
“The generating idea is based on the creation of spaces for contemplation and diffusion, deeply rooted in the essence of their environment, transmitting serenity and calm, through sensory experiences, so that the proposal combines sober architectural elements, articulated directly to the framing and exaltation of the landscape.”