The winners of the first edition of the New European Bauhaus Prizes were announced yesterday, 16th September, in an online ceremony that was streamed online and can be watched here. In this event, Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth has announced future editions of the prizes.
20 winners were selected, under 10 categories, in two parallel competition strands: the New European Bauhaus Awards, for existing completed examples or projects, and the New European Bauhaus Rising Stars, for concepts or ideas submitted by young talents aged 30 or less.
The deadline for application was the 1st of June of 2021. There were 2090 applications, of which, 60 were shortlisted. Among the 60 shortlisted applications, 6 were Portuguese initiatives and projects, some of which nominated for more than one category:
Strand New European Bauhaus awards (for existing completed examples/projects)
Strand New European Bauhaus Rising Stars (for concepts or ideas submitted by young talents aged 30 or less)
3. Theform Category Techniques, materials and processes for construction and design
4. Socio-Environmental Inclusion Categories Regenerated urban and rural spaces & Reinvented places to meet and share
5. TOCA Category Products and life style
6. SongTiles: physical media for streaming Categories Products and life style & Mobilisation of culture, arts and communities
More information here.