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Wednesday, 16. January 2019 – Winners of the DETAIL Award 2018

Programme:


14:30     Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town, South Africa
        Mat Cash, Heatherwick Studio, London, Great Britain

15:10     Civic Centre Cristalleries Planell, Barcelona
        Dr. Sandra Hofmeister presents the project by Harquitectes, Sabadell, Spain

15:20     DTU 202 Life Science and Bioengineering "The Biosphere"
        Vibeke Lindblad, Christensen & Co Arkitekter and in cooperation Rørbæk & Møller, Copenhagen, Denmark

16:00     Chile Pavilion Expo Milan 2015, Temuco
        Dr. Sandra Hofmeister presents the project by Undurraga Deves Arquitectos, Santiago, Chile

16:10     IMPLUVIUM. Community Center in Reinosa
        Begoña de Abajo Castrillo and Carlos Garcia Fernandez, RAW/deAbajoGarcia, Madrid, Spain

Chaired by: Dr. Sandra Hofmeister


Speakers:

DETAIL Forum, BAU 2019, Referent, Mat Cash

Photo: courtesy of Mat Cash

Mat Cash
Heatherwick Studio, London, Great Britain

Since 2006 – with Heatherwick Studio, since 2015 – Group Leader. In this capacity, he currently manages projects in the UK, Japan, Singapore and the US, including a residential tower in Singapore, a cancer care centre in Leeds (UK) and a major urban development project in Tokyo. Cash was also responsible for the Zeitz MOCAA project in Cape Town (South Africa), which involved the conversion of a historic grain silo into a cultural centre.

DETAIL Forum, BAU 2019, Referent, Vibeke Lindblad

Photo: courtesy of Vibeke Lindblad

Vibeke Lindblad
Christensen & Co Arkitekter and in cooperation Rørbæk & Møller, Kopenhagen, Denmark

Vibeke Lindblad studied architecture at the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. She worked a Henning Larsen Architects before joining Christensen & Co Architects, where she has been a part of the management since 2010. IN 2016 she became partner and CEO of Christensen & Co Architects. She has further more been  head of the studios projects The Niels Bohr Building which is an extremely complex and prestigious research facility and educational building for the University of Copenhagen.

DETAIL Forum, BAU 2019, Referent, RAW/deAbajoGarcia

Photo: courtesy of RAW/deAbajoGarcia

Begoña de Abajo Castrillo and Carlos Garcia Fernandez
RAW/deAbajoGarcia, Madrid, Spain

Begoña de Abajo Castrillo studied at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. She is currently completing her doctorate at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid. Begoña de Abajo Castrillo worked with Alvaro Siza in Porto and then with Foster and Partners in Madrid.

Carlos García Fernández graduated from the Madrid School of Architecture. During his doctorate he studied at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. He has been a scholarship holder at the Spanish Academy in Rome and a visiting scholar at Keio University in Tokyo. He is currently Associate Professor at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura in Madrid.