uno dei due ex-aequo del premio 2023 per il miglior edificio realizzato negli ultimi tre anni: Carlo Atzeni, Maurizio Manias, Silvia Mocci, Franceschino Serra per il progetto del Complesso parrocchiale e chiesa di Santa Chiara (Sini, Oristano, 2021). Foto Anna Positano, Gaia Cambiaggi Studio Campo
Friday 14 July 2023 - Sunday 24 September 2023

Triennale MilanoItalian Architecture Prize

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What makes a building inspire and leave an imprint on history? What are the principles for sustainable architecture in harmony with its surroundings?

Every year, the Italian Architecture Prize, promoted by MAXXI and Triennale Milano, presents us with a cross-section of Italian architecture of the present, with an eye to the future. Now in its fourth edition, it promotes works by designers active in Italy whose commitment to innovation, project quality and the social role of architecture, awarding prizes for the best building in the last three years, the best project under 35 and a career award.

The exhibition, which takes place in alternate years between Rome and Milan, presents the projects of the Award winners and finalists.

the 2023 winners

prize for the best building realised in the last three years ex-aequo
Carlo Atzeni, Maurizio Manias, Silvia Mocci, Franceschino Serra for the project of the Parish Complex and Church of Santa Chiara (Sini, Oristano, 2021)
ELASTICOFarm for the project for the new complex of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (Infn) S-LAB. (Turin, 2020)

honourable mention
Labics for the project to complete the museum areas of Palazzo dei Diamanti (Ferrara, 2022)

under 35 award
Studio Ossidiana for the project Art Pavillion M. (Almere, The Netherlands, 2022)

lifetime achievement award
Aimaro Oreglia d’Isola

The jury also decided to award a mention to Paraphernalia by (ab)Normal and More with Less by orizzontale.