جایزه معماری آقا خان Aga Khan Award for Architecture


مدیر ارشد
2009 in architecture

2009 in architecture



January 17 – Copenhagen Concert Hall, designed by Jean Nouvel, opens.
January 31 – Porsche Museum, Stuttgart, designed by Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, opens.
February 22 – Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York City reopens after major renovations by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
March 14 – New Cardiff Central Library in St. David's, Cardiff, Wales, designed by Building Design Partnership, opens to the public.
April 2 – New Yankee Stadium, home of the New York Yankees baseball team in the Bronx, designed by Populous (formerly HOK Sport), opens.
April 13 – Citi Field, new home of the New York Mets baseball team in Queens, opens.
April 25 – Prada Transformer building in Seoul, South Korea, designed by Rem Koolhaas, opens.
April 30 – 300 New Jersey Avenue office building on the mall in Washington, D.C., designed by British architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, opens.
May 21 – Museum Brandhorst in Munich, designed by Sauerbruch Hutton, opens.
May 27 – Cowboys Stadium, new home of the Dallas Cowboys football team, designed by HKS, is completed.
June 8 – First segment of the High Line Park in Chelsea, Manhattan opens.
June 21 – New Acropolis Museum in Athens, designed by Bernard Tschumi with Michael Photiadis, opens to the public.
August 4 – The Knut Hamsun Centre in Hamarøy, Norway, designed by Steven Holl, opens.
August 15 – 41 Cooper Square, the new Cooper Union academic building in New York City, designed by Thom Mayne, has its opening ceremony.
September 29 – Manitoba Hydro Place in downtown Winnipeg, designed by Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects of Toronto, opens.
October 21 – Soccer City (FNB Stadium) in Johannesburg, South Africa, host to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, is completed.
November 1 – Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi Hotel in the Yas Marina Circuit, Abu Dhabi, designed by Asymptote Architecture of New York, completed.
November 7 – Extensive three-year internal rebuild and expansion of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, to the designs of Rick Mather, is completed.
November – MAXXI - National Museum of the 21st Century Arts in Rome, Italy, designed by Zaha Hadid, is completed.
December 5 – Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, part of the CityCenter complex in Paradise, Nevada, opens.
December 16 – The CityCenter urban complex in Paradise, Nevada, designed by Ehrenkrantz, Eckstut & Kuhn Architects, opens.
December 27 – Darunaman Mosque in northern Thailand is completed.
The Cathedral of the Annunciation in Voronezh, Russia, is completed.
The Tower, Meridian Quay, Swansea, Wales, designed by Latitude Architects, is completed.
Punta della Dogana art museum in Venice restored by Tadao Ando.

May 26 – construction works at Louvre Abu Dhabi officially started.
October 21 – Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum celebrates 50th year anniversary (after a three year restoration effort).
November - The second World Architecture Festival is held in Barcelona.
Burj Khalifa was set to open several different times in 2009, and ultimately postponed until 2010.

AIA Gold MedalGlenn Murcutt (Australia)
Alvar Aalto MedalTegnestuen Vandkunsten
Architecture Firm AwardOlson Kundig Architects
Grand Prix de l'urbanismeFrançois Ascher
Emporis Skyscraper AwardAqua
European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture (Mies van der Rohe Prize) – Snøhetta
Praemium Imperiale Architecture AwardZaha Hadid
Pritzker PrizePeter Zumthor
RAIA Gold MedalKen Maher
RIBA Royal Gold MedalÁlvaro Siza Vieira
Stirling PrizeRogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureRobert Irwin.
Twenty-five Year AwardFaneuil Hall Marketplace
Vincent Scully PrizeChristopher Alexander

January 14 – Jan Kaplický (born 1937)
July 9 – H. T. Cadbury-Brown (born 1913), English architect
July 15 – Julius Shulman (born 1910), California architectural photographer
August 3 – Charles Gwathmey (born 1938), American architect
August 16 – Mualla Eyüboğlu (born 1919)
December 8 – Claude Vasconi (born 1940)
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2010in architecture

2010in architecture


Burj Khalifa

China pavilion

4 January – Burj Khalifa (formerly known as Burj Dubai) opens in the United Arab Emirates as the tallest man-made structure in the world, at 828m (2,717 ft.
June – Strata SE1 completed in the London Borough of Southwark.
MayMAXXI – National Museum of the 21st Century Arts in Rome, designed by Zaha Hadid, opens to the public. It wins this year's Stirling Prize.
'Seed Cathedral' UK pavilion at Shanghai Shanghai Expo 2010 designed by Thomas Heatherwick.
September – Evelyn Grace Academy, a London school designed by Zaha Hadid, opens. It wins the 2011 Stirling Prize.[2
October – Maggie's Cheltenham, a drop-in cancer care centre designed by Sir Richard MacCormac's MJP Architects, opens in England.
12 November – Canton Tower opens for the 2010 Asian Games.
December – Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University, designed by Stanton Williams, completed. It wins the 2012 Stirling Prize.[3
Burj Qatar, designed by Jean Nouvel, is completed in Doha.
Broadcasting Tower, Leeds, by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, opens.
Guangzhou International Finance Center in China, by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, completed. It wins the 2012 Lubetkin Prize.
International Commerce Centre opens as the tallest building in Hong Kong (as of this date).8
The China pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai, China by He Jingtang

November - The third World Architecture Festival is held in Barcelona.

AIA Gold MedalPeter Q. Bohlin (United States.
Architecture Firm AwardPugh + Scarpa
Grand Prix de l'urbanismeLaurent Théry
Praemium Imperiale Architecture AwardToyo Ito
Pritzker Architecture PrizeKazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa (SANAA
RAIA Gold MedalKerry Clare and Lindsay Clare
RIBA Royal Gold MedalI. M. Pei
Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical ArchitectureRafael Manzano Martos
Stirling PrizeZaha Hadid
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureEdward O. Wilson
Vincent Scully PrizeAdele Chatfield-Taylor
Twenty-five Year Award – The Hajj Terminal at King Abdulaziz International Airport

4 March - Raimund Abraham, 77, Austrian architect
14 March - Der Scutt, 75, American architect.
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مدیر ارشد
2011in architecture

2011in architecture


8 Spruce Street

January 21 – Museum of Old and New Art, designed by Nonda Katsalidis, opens on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
January 25 – New World Center, home of the New World Symphony Orchestra, designed by Frank Gehry, opens at Miami Beach, Florida.[1
February 28 – Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, designed by Fernando Romero, is officially opened.[2][3][4][5][6][7
March 29 – London Olympic Stadium, designed by Populous, is completed.
April 16 – Turner Contemporary art gallery, designed by David Chipperfield, opens in Margate, Kent, England.[8
May 1 – New Lyric Theatre, Belfast, designed by O'Donnell & Tuomey of Dublin, opens.[9
May 21 – The Hepworth Wakefield art gallery, designed by David Chipperfield, opens in West Yorkshire, England.[8
June – Windmill Hill archive centre, Waddesdon, England, designed by Stephen Marshall, opens.[10
June 20 – Glasgow Riverside Museum, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, opens as the new development of the Museum of Transport.
July 6: Trump Ocean Club International Hotel and Tower the tallest building in Panama and Latin America is completed.
July 19 – New Museum of Liverpool, designed by architects 3XN and engineers Buro Happold, opens at Liverpool Pier Head, England.[11
July 27 – London Aquatics Centre, designed by Zaha Hadid, is completed.
September – CMA CGM Tower in Marseille, designed by Zaha Hadid, is completed.
September – firstsite new art gallery, designed by Rafael Viñoly, opens in Colchester, England.[8
September 11 – National September 11 Memorial, Reflecting Absence, designed by architect Michael Arad with landscape architect Peter Walker on the World Trade Center site in New York City is dedicated.
September 13 – Westfield Stratford City shopping mall opens in Stratford, London.
October 28 – ArcelorMittal Orbit, designed by Anish Kapoor with Cecil Balmond, erected at Olympic Park, London.
December 21 - Capital Gate skyscraper hotel and office building opens in Abu Dhabi.
8 Spruce Street, a skyscraper designed by Frank Gehry, opens in New York City.[12]
N M Rothschild & Sons' New Court banking headquarters in the City of London, designed by Rem Koolhaas's OMA, completed.[13]
Brockholes Visitor Centre, a floating wooden nature reserve centre designed by Adam Khan of Arca, opens near Preston, Lancashire, England.[14]
Maggie's Centres, drop-in cancer care centres in Great Britain[9]
Maggie's Gartnavel, Glasgow, designed by Rem Koolhaas's OMA.
Maggie's Nottingham, designed by Piers Gough and Paul Smith.
Maggie's South West Wales, Swansea, designed by Kisho Kurokawa (opens December 9).
Bridge House, Dock House and Quay House for BBC North, designed by Wilkinson Eyre, at MediaCityUK, Salford Quays, begin operation.[15
Temporary Serpentine Pavilion in London, designed by Peter Zumthor.[16
Folly for a Flyover, a 'pop-up' temporary arts centre in East London, England, designed by Assemble.[9
New Hospital Pavilion, University of Chicago Medical Center, designed by Rafael Viñoly, projected for completion.
University of Arizona Science Center, Tucson, designed by Rafael Viñoly, projected for completion.
Kravis Center, Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, California, designed by Rafael Viñoly, projected for completion.

February 6 – Cambodian officials claimed that "a wing" of the Preah Vihear Temple (11th century) collapsed due to an alleged Thai bombardment in the Cambodian–Thai border dispute.[17]
November - The fourth World Architecture Festival is held in Barcelona.

AIA Gold MedalFumihiko Maki
Architecture Firm AwardBNIM Architects
Emporis Skyscraper Award8 Spruce Street New York designed by Frank Gehry
European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture (Mies van der Rohe Prize) – David Chipperfield
Grand Prix de l'urbanismeMichel Desvigne
LEAF Award, Grand PrixOBR Open Building Research
Praemium Imperiale Architecture AwardRicardo Legorreta
Pritzker Architecture PrizeEduardo Souto de Moura
Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical ArchitectureRobert A. M. Stern
RAIA Gold MedalGraeme Gunn
RIBA Royal Gold MedalDavid Chipperfield
Stirling PrizeZaha Hadid (for the second year running
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureMaya Lin
International Union of Architects UIA Gold MedalÁlvaro Siza Vieira
AIA Twenty-five Year AwardJohn Hancock Tower designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners
UIA Gold MedalÁlvaro Siza Vieira
Vincent Scully PrizeWilliam K. Reilly

June 6 – Stefan Kuryłowicz (b. 1949), Polish architect
September 17 – Colin Madigan (b. 1921), Australian architect
September 27 – Imre Makovecz (b. 1935) Hungarian architect
October 2 – Efraín Recinos (b. 1928) Guatemalan architect
October 5 – Enver Faja, Albanian architect
October 24 – Bruno Weber (b. 1931) Swiss architect
November 25 – Karel Hubacek (b. 1924), Czech architect
December 12- Gene Summers (b. 1928), American architect
December 27- Anne Tyng (b. 1920), American architect
December 30 – Ricardo Legorreta (b. 1931), Mexican architect, UIA Gold Medalist
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مدیر ارشد
2012in architecture

2012in architecture


Tokyo Skytree

January 1 - Ada Bridge, one of the tallest bridges in Europe, is completed and open to the public in Belgrade, Serbia.
January - Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum extension in Boston, Massachusetts, designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop is opened.[1
January - JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Hotel the tallest hotel in the world is opened is Dubai.
February - Extension to Städel art gallery in Frankfurt, Germany, designed by schneider+schumacher, scheduled for opening.[1][2
February 28 - Halley VI Research Station, designed by Faber Maunsell and Hugh Broughton Architects, becomes operational in the Antarctic.
February 29 - Tokyo Skytree, the tallest tower in the world, is completed in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan.
March - Jerwood Gallery on The Stade in Hastings, England, designed by Hana Loftus and Tom Grieve of HAT Projects, opens.[3][4
March 19 - Western concourse, London King's Cross railway station, designed by John McAslan + Partners, is officially opened.[5
March 24 - Maria Skłodowska-Curie Bridge, Warsaw, the eighth road bridge in the capital of Poland, is opened.
March 29 - Refurbished Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney with new Mordant Wing, designed by Sam Marshall, opened.[1][6
Marco 31 - Sandworm by Marco Casagrande is officially opened in the Beaufort04 Triennial of Contemporary art in Wenduine, Belgium. The work is both architecture and environmental art.
April 4 - Twin Sails Bridge, Poole, England, by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, opened to traffic.
April 10 - SeaCity Museum, Southampton, England, with extension by Wilkinson Eyre Architects, opened.[1][8
June - Airport Link, a 6.7 km road tunnel in Brisbane, the longest in Australia, is completed.
June 29 - Cloud Forest and Flower Dome Bay South Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects (landscape design by Grant Associates), opened.
July 3 - Giant's Causeway Visitors' Centre in Northern Ireland designed by Heneghan Peng for the National Trust is opened.
July 5 - Shard London Bridge, designed by Renzo Piano, is officially opened and becomes the tallest building in the European Union (2012-present).
July 18 - Tate Modern, London, opens The Tanks performance art/installation space, refurbished by Herzog & de Meuron.
July 27 - Opening of 2012 Summer Olympics based at Olympic Park, London, England, with site design by the EDAW Consortium (including EDAW and Buro Happold), working with Arup and WS Atkins; taken over by LDA Design in conjunction with Hargreaves Associates. Individual buildings include
Olympic Stadium, designed by Populous
London Aquatics Centre, designed by Zaha Hadid
London Velopark, designed by Hopkins Architects, Expedition Engineering, BDSP, and Grant Associates.
August 3 - Queen Elizabeth II Courts of Law, Brisbane, Australia is officially opened.
September 21 - Islamic art gallery at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, designed by Mario Bellini and Rudy Ricciotti, opened.[1][13
September 23 - Renovation and new wing for Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, designed by Benthem Crouwel Architekten, opened to public.[1][14
November 1: Mercury City Tower, in Moscow, topped-out to become the tallest building in Europe (2012-present).
December 11 - Le Louvre-Lens art gallery in Lens, Pas-de-Calais, France, designed by SANAA, is opened.[15
Baluarte Bridge, the longest cable-stayed bridge in Latin America, projected for completion.
ME Hotel, London, designed by Foster and Partners, is opened.
Princess Tower, the world's tallest residential building, is completed in Dubai.
Soleil, the tallest building in Brisbane, Australia designed by DBI Design, is completed.
Astley Castle in North Warwickshire, England, is refurbished for the Landmark Trust by Witherford Watson Mann Architects (winner, Stirling Prize, 2013).[16]
University of Limerick Medical School in Ireland designed by Grafton Architects.
Sarajevo City Center projected for completion.

October - The fifth World Architecture Festival is held in Singapore.
1 November: Mercury City Tower in Moscow becomes the tallest building in Europe.
30 April: 1 WTC surpasses the height of the Empire State Building to become the tallest building in New York City.
October: Second hurricane survival of 1 WTC.
October 17: Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park in New York City, designed by Louis Kahn, is opened with a dedication ceremony.
11 December: 1 WTC's spire comes to New York City.

AIA Architecture Firm AwardVincent James Associates Architects
AIA Gold MedalSteven Holl
Alvar Aalto Medal - Paulo David
Praemium Imperiale Architecture Laureate –Henning Larsen
Pritzker Architecture PrizeWang Shu
Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical ArchitectureMichael Graves
RAIA Gold MedalLawrence Nield
RIBA Royal Gold MedalHerman Hertzberger
Stirling PrizeStanton Williams, for Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University[17]
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureRafael Moneo
Twenty-five Year AwardFrank Gehry for Gehry Residence, Santa Monica
Vincent Scully PrizePaul Goldberger

January 4 - Rod Robbie (b. 1928), Canadian architect
January 8 - John Madin (b. 1924), English architect
March 21 - Bruno Giacometti (b. 1907), Swiss architect
June 4 - Peter Beaven (b. 1925), New Zealand architect
June 15 - Günther Domenig (b. 1934), Austrian architect
June 19 - Gerhard M. Kallmann (b. 1915), German-born American architect
August 26 - Peter L. Shelton (b. 1945), American architect and interior designer
October 6 - Ulrich Franzen (b. 1921), German-born American architect
October 26 - John M. Johansen (b. 1916), American architect
October 30 - Lebbeus Woods (b. 1940), American architect and artist
November 1 - Gae Aulenti (b. 1927), Italian architect, interior and lighting designer
November 4 - David Resnick (b.1924), Brazilian-born Israeli architect and town planner
December 5 - Oscar Niemeyer (b. 1907), Brazilian architect
December 14 - Alan Colquhoun (b. 1921), British architect[18
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2013in architecture

2013in architecture


One World Trade Center

January: James B. Hunt Jr. Library the main library of Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University, designed by Snøhetta, is opened in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
March 1: the first phase of the Old Port of Marseille renewal is inaugurated.[1][2
March 28: Paradise Center the largest shopping mall in Bulgaria is opened in Sofia.
April 19: Museum of the History of Polish Jews is opened in Warsaw, Poland.
April 25: The George W. Bush Presidential Center is opened in Dallas, Texas.
May: Extension to Lenbachhaus art museum, designed by Foster and Partners, is opened in Munich.
May 10: One World Trade Center becomes the tallest building in the United States and the third-tallest building in the world by pinnacle height. It is projected for completion in late 2013.
May 30: Mary Rose Museum, designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects and Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will, is opened at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard in England.
June 1: Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations national museum in Marseille, in the South of France, designed by Rudy Ricciotti is opened.
June 10: Cayan Tower in Dubai Marina, the world's tallest tower featuring a 90-degree twist, is completed.
August 2: Cardboard Cathedral in Christchurch, New Zealand, designed by Shigeru Ban with Warren and Mahoney, is opened.
September 3: Library of Birmingham, the largest public library in the United Kingdom, designed by Mecanoo, is opened.[3
October: Four World Trade Center, New York City, projected for completion.
Mercury City Tower, in Moscow, the tallest building in Europe, projected for completion.
One57, one of the tallest buildings in New York City, (will become the tallest mixed-use (residential and hotel) skyscraper in the city upon completion), projected for completion.
Kimbell Art Museum expansion, designed by Renzo Piano, projected for completion.

April 13 - Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam opens its doors after a 10-year restoration and renovation project
April - The 11th-century minaret of the Great Mosque of Aleppo in Aleppo, Syria, is destroyed during civil war fighting
June 12 - The Berlin City Palace foundation stone laying ceremony is held in Berlin. The building is expected to be completed in 2019.[4
August: The Shanghai Tower, topping out ceremony is held in Shanghai. The tallest building in China and the second-tallest in the world is expected to be completed in 2014.
October - The sixth World Architecture Festival is held in Singapore.
October 29 - The Marmaray rail tunnel under the Bosphorus strait, the world's deepest undersea immersed tube tunnel, is opened in Istanbul, Turkey.

AIA Gold MedalThom Mayne[5
European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture (Mies van der Rohe Prize) – The Harpa concert hall in Reykjavík by Henning Larsen Architects[6
Pritzker Architecture PrizeToyo Ito.
RAIA Gold MedalPeter Wilson
RIBA Royal Gold MedalPeter Zumthor[8
Stirling Prize – Witherford Watson Mann Architects for refurbishment of Astley Castle in North Warwickshire, England (2012)[9
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureLaurie Olin
Twenty-five Year Award by AIARenzo Piano for Menil Collection

January 5 - Bruce McCarty, (b. 1920), American architect
January 7 - Ada Louise Huxtable, (b. 1921) , American architecture critic (The New York Times
March 7 - Elmar Tampõld, (b. 1920), Estonian-Canadian architect
April 9 - Paolo Soleri, (b. 1919), Italian architect
April 11Clorindo Testa, (b. 1923), Italian-born Argentine architect and artist
Ram Karmi, (b. 1931), Israeli architect
April 20 - Rick Mather, (b. 1937), American-born architect who worked in England
June 18 - Colin Stansfield Smith (b. 1932), British architect and academic
June 22 - Henning Larsen, (b. 1925), Danish architect
October 30 - Anca Petrescu, (b. 1949), Romanian architect
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مدیر ارشد
اتحادیه جهانی معماران International Union of Architects یا Union internationale des Architectes-UIA در 28 ژوئن سال 1948 با هدف سازماندهی معماران و سازمانهای ملی معماری فارغ از ملیت، نژاد يا شیوه های معماری در لوزان سویس تاسیس گردید این سازمان با 27 عضو آغاز گردید و امروزه بانمایند گانی از 124 کشور یکی از بزرگترین سازمانهای حرفه ای غیر دولتی دنیا با شبکه ای از1300000 عضو معماردرپنج قاره می باشد.
اتحادیه جهانی معماری با هدف ارتقا ی کیفی فعالیتهای اعضا در سطح جهانی با معتبر ترین سازمانهای بین الملی ونمایندگی های منطقه ای معماران همکاری داشته و به رسمیت شناخته شده است.

ساختار سازمان:

اعضای اتحادیه شامل گروهای ملی هر کشور که در در رابطه با دولتهای مطبوع و در ارتباط با سایر گروهها به صورت مستقل عمل می کنند.اعضای اتحادیه در پنج گروه جغرافیایی طیقه بندی شده و هر منطقه دارای 4نماينده نماینده می باشد.گروههای جغرافیایی شامل:
1-منطقه اروپای غربی
2-منطقه اروپای شرقی و خاورمیانه
3-منطقه آمریکا
4-منطقه آسیا و اقیانوسیه
5-منطقه آفریقا

سازمان دارای سه رکن می باشد مجمع عمومی ،هیات مدیره ،هیات رییسه .
مجمع عمومی که هر 3 سال یک بار بر گزار می شود و مجمعی شامل نمایندگانی از همه اعضا و هیات مدیره می باشد که در آن هیات مدیره انتخاب و تصمیمات اصلی و عمومی اتحادیه اتخاذ می شود.
هیات مدیره که شامل 4نفر نماینده منتخب از هر گروه جغرافیایی و اعضای منتخب هیات رییسه می باشد و حداقل هر دو سال یک بار بر گزار می شود.
اعضای منتخب هیات رییسه نیز شامل رییس،نایب رییس،دبیر ،خزانه دار و یک معاون به نمایندگی از هر گروه جغرافیایی می باشد.


1-همایش جهانی :
مهمترین و جامع ترین فعالیت اتحادیه برگزاری همایش جهانی می باشد که هر سه سال همزمان با مجمع عمومی با شرکت هزاران آرشیتکت و دانشجوی معماری در یکی از کشورهای عضو بر گزار می شود. در هر همایش عنوان مخصوصی داردو جشنواره ای از کنفرانس،مسابقه، نمایشگاه و غیره بوده که بستری برای ارتباط فرهنگی و مبادله تجربه اعضا می باشد .
از سال 1948تاکنون 24 همایش برگزار شده است. همایش آینده در سال2014 در دوربان افریقای جنوبی برگزار خواهد شد. آخرین همایش های برگزار شده در سال 2011 در توکیو با عنوان معماری 2050 و درسال 2008در شهر تورین ایتالیا بوده و آخرین همایش قبل از آن که در منطقه جغرافیایی خاورمیانه و شرق اروپا بر گزار شده بود همایش 2005 استانبول ترکیه با عنوان بازار بزرگ معماری[Grand Bazaar of Architectures] بود.

1st1948 LausanneArchitecture Faced with its New Tasks
2nd1951 RabatHow Architecture is Dealing with its New Tasks
3rd1953 LisbonArchitecture at the Crossroads
4th1955 The HagueArchitecture and the Evolutions of Building
5th1958 MoscowConstruction and Reconstruction
6th1961 LondonNew Techniques and New Materials
7th1963 HavanaArchitecture in Underdeveloped Countries
8th1965 ParisThe Training of Architects
9th1967 PragueArchitecture and the Human Milieu
10th1969 Buenos AiresArchitecture as a Social Factor
11th1972 VarnaArchitecture and Leisure
12th1975 MadridCreativity and Technology
13th1978 Mexico CityArchitecture and National Development
14th1981 WarsawArchitecture, Man, Environment
15th1985 CairoPresent and Future Missions of the Architect
16th1987 BrightonShelter and Cities - Building Tomorrow's World
17th1990 MontrealCultures and Technologies
18th1993 ChicagoArchitecture at the Crossroads - Designing for a Sustainable Future
19th1996 BarcelonaPresent and Futures. Architecture in Cities
20th1999 BeijingArchitecture of the 21st Century
21st2002 BerlinResource Architecture
22nd2005 IstanbulGrand Bazaar of Architectures
23rd2008 TurinTransmitting Architecture
24th2011 TokyoDESIGN 2050 Beyond disasters, through Solidarity, towards Sustainability
25th2014 Durbanarchitecture otherwhere

2-مدال طلا وجوایز:

از سال 1961جوایز معماری هر سه سال به معماران برجسته اهدا می گردید.

  • Auguste Perret Prize برای تکنولوژی های به کار رفته در معماری
  • Sir Patrick Abercrombie Prize برای برنامه ریزی شهری و توسعه اراضی
  • Jean Tschumi Prize برای نقد معماری و یا آموزش معماری
  • Sir Robert Matthew Prize. برای بهبود کیفیت سکونتگاه های انسانی

و از سال 1984 جایزه معماری به صورت مدال طلای اتحادیه به عنوان جایزه ای جهانی در همایشهای جهانی به معماران یا گروههای معماری که در زمینه ارتقای هنر معماری فعالیت ویژه ای داشته اند اهدا می شود. و به عنوان نوبل معماری معروف شده است. معمارانی که تاکنون موفق به دریافت مدال طلای اتحادیه شده اند در جدول پایین آمده است..

UIA Gold Medal

سالنام معمارکشور
1984 Hassan Fathy حسن فتحی مصر
1987Reima Pietila ریما پیتیلافنلاند
1990 Charles Correa چارلز کورآهند
1993Fumihiko Maki فومیهیکو کاکیژاپن
1996Rafael Moneo رافائل مونئواسپانیا
1999 Ricardo Legorreta Vilchisریکاردو لگورتامکزیک
2002Renzo Piano رنزو پیانوایتالیا
2005 Tadao Andoتادائو آندوژاپن
2008 Teodoro Gonzalez de Leonتئودور گونزالزمکزیک
2011Álvaro Siza Vieira آلوارو سیزا ویراپرتغال

3-رقابتهای بین المللی معماری:
از مهمترین فعالیتهای اتحادیه ، برگزاری رقابتهای بین الملی در ارتباط با معماری می باشد .به طوری که بسیاری از ساخته های بزرگ معماری وبناهای معروف ساخته شده عصر ما نتیجه رقابتهای بین المللی بر گزار شده توسط اتحادیه بوده اند .
بناهایی همچون اپرای سیدنی،کتابخانه ملی پاریس، مرکز ایندیرا گاندی دهلی، موزه ملی سئول، مرکز ژرژ پمپیدو ، وزارت خارجه عربستان سعودی در ریاض و.... بناهایی بوده اند که اتحادیه برگزار نموده یا بر برگزاری آن نظارت عالیه داشته است

اتحادیه معماران دارای کمیسیونهایی در راستای فعالیتهای دیگری در راستای آموزش معماری و همکاری با سازمانهای مختلف می باشد و در طول سال نیز برنامه های مختلفی با همکار ی گروههای ملی در کشورهای مختلف برگزار می کند
با توجه به عضویت ایران در این اتحادیه طبیعتا لزوم استفاده از این امکانات می تواند تاثیر مثبتی در راستای ارتقای دانش و هنر معماری داشته یاشد . این امر در ابتدای امر بر عهده تک تک معماران و در مرحله بعد بر عهده جامعه مهندسان معمار که نمایندگی کشور ما را در این اتحادیه دارد می باشد که فراتر از حاشیه های موجود بین گروههای مختلف معماری در کشور جایگاه واقعی معماری ایران را در این سازمان و در سطح جهان معرفی و در جهت ارتقای آن بکوشند .

ترجمه : رضا امیری فرد-گروه تخصصی معماری ( با ویرایش )
منبع:سایت رسمی اتحادیه بین المللی معماران http://www.uia-architectes.org/en



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برندگان ایرانی جایزه آقاخان

برندگان ایرانی جایزه آقاخان

برندگان ایرانی جایزه آقاخان

Iranian winners of the Aga Khan Award

Ali Qapu, Chehel Sutun, and Hasht Behesht, Isfahan. 1978-1980 عالی قاپو , چهل ستون و هشت بهشت - اصفهان ایران

Shushtar New Town, Shushtar. 1984-1986 شهر جدید شوشتر - شوشتر ایران

Bagh-e-Ferdowsi, Tehran. 1999-2001 باغ فردوسی - تهران ایران
New Life for Old Structures, Various locations. 1999-2001 باز زنده سازی بناهای قدیمی - مکان های مختلف ایران

2011-2013 Rehabilitation of Tabriz Bazaar, Tabriz, Iran مرمت بازار تبریز - تبریز ایران


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رتبه اول ششمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران ساختمان های اداری و تجاری

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Healthy Cities, Happy Cities

Healthy Cities, Happy Cities

روز جهانی معماری ( 6 اکتبر 2014 - 14 مهر 93 ) : شهر سالم, شهر شاد

موضوع روز جهانی معماری 2014 از سوی اتحادیه بین المللی معماران ( UIA ) شهرهای سالم , شهارهای شاد انتخاب شد

World Architecture Day 2014: "Healthy Cities, Happy Cities"

The theme of 2014 World Architecture Day, October 6, will be “Healthy Cities, Happy Cities.” The UIA invites its members to organise special activities linked to the event, which will celebrate the role architects and architecture play in the vitality of the urban setting and in the well-being of its inhabitants.

How can architects design and construct “healthy” spaces, facilities, housing and urban landscapes which foster happiness, health and quality of life for city-dwellers?

By what means are architects able to bring life to cities, to infuse them with energy, to insure their viability, to anticipate and heal disorders, to forestall disintegration and to accompany their harmonious development?

Responsible architectural design has spotlighted the role of the architect aobligation to design a sustainable environment by means of an ethical professional practice in the areas of energy, implementation and materials.

This year’s theme for 2014 World Architecture Day was conceived by the UIA to illustrate the expansion of such practices and their impact on the urban space as well as on the entire city. The theme also is one facet of the UIA’s global commitment to international institutions who defend safeguarding

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هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی

هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی

مراسم اهداء جوایز هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران در روز پنجشنبه ۱۷ مهرماه سال ۱۳۹۳ در مجتمع فرهنگی آسمان (فرهنگستان هنر) تهران، خیابان زعفرانیه، از ساعت ۱۶ الی ۲۰ با حضور شرکت‌کنندگان در مراسم، هیئت داوران ( دکتر علی اکبر صارمی، شامیل محمدزاده، شیرین زیرک، محمدرضا نیکبخت، مهدی گرامی) و جمعی از معماران ایرانی برگزار شد. طی آن، بیانیه داوری توسط مهدی گرامی قرائت گردید و فیلمی از تمامی پروژه‌های شرکت کننده در جایزه به نمایش گذاشته شد. در بخش بعدی فیلم کوتاهی از مراحل قضاوت داوران با حضور برگزار کننده در مراسم پخش گردید و سپس ضمن تقدیر از معمار معاصر ایرانی (برنامه جانبی) اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی به شرح زیر اعلام و جوایز به ایشان اهداء گردید

ساختمان های مسکونی

رتبه دوم
ساختمان مسکونی مینا
زهرا آرمند – مصطفی امید بخش

رتبه سوم مشترک
ویلای باغ گل
امیرحسین تبریزی

رتبه سوم مشترک
ویلای بتکی- خانه داولی
حامد مرادی الشتر

ساختمان های اداری
رتبه اول مشترک
طراحی صحنه برنامه ی با اجازه
پریسا علیمحمدی

رتبه اول مشترک

دفتر سینمایی دیار مدیا
رنا دیزاین- رضا نجفیان

رتبه دوم
دفتر یک بازرگان
سپهر سید کلال- نیما میرزا محمدی

رتبه سوم
خانه فرزانه
لیلا فرزانه

تقدیر شده
ساختمان اداری ظفر۳۸۰
مجتبی محمدظاهری- ساناز قائم مقامی- معماران مدام



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هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی - II

هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی - II

هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی

ساختمان های تجاری

رتبه اول
کافی شاپ اسپریس
هومن بالازاده

رتبه دوم

فروشگاه رویال دیش- نگین قلهک

گروه معماری کانی سواران- محمد کانی سواران- گل نساء متحد

تقدیر شده
فروشگاه ساعت Swiss Gallery
ایمان امین لاری

تقدیر شده
مبلمان آویچی
سپیده صناعی- امین قاسمی- مهندسین مشاور ایما

تقدیر شده
مریم منصوری- مصطفی آذری
shadow کافی شاپ

تقدیر شده

طراحی مرحله اول و دوم و معماری داخلی مجتمع ایستگاهی شهید مدنی

فرزاد رستمی فر-مهندسین مشاورآمود

ساختمان های عمومی

رتبه دوم مشترک
ساختمان آموزشی- کارگاهی موسسه آموزش عالی پیام گلپایگان
مهدی علیرضایی- سمیه ابراهیمی

رتبه دوم مشترک
کتابخانه مرکزی و مرکز اسناد ملی فارس- شیراز
شادروان سید هادی میرمیران- حمید میرمیران

تقدیر شده
مجتمع خدمات فناوری دانشگاه شریف
بهنام میرانیان



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هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی - III

هفتمین جایزه معماری داخلی ایران و اسامی برندگان در گروه‌های ساختمانی - III

مرمت ساختمان های قدیمی

رتبه اول

طراحی داخلی پژوهشکده هنر و موسیقی قزوین

پدرام پاکزاد- فرهاد خادم پور

رتبه دوم
طراحی معماری داخلی مجموعه خانه تاریخی عامری کاشان
امیر مسعود انوشفر

تقدیر شده
خانه فرهنگ آفتاب
مهندسان مشاور پلشیر


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in architecture 2014

in architecture 2014


Infinity Tower, the tallest building in Brisbane, is completed.
November 11 - Dr Chau Chak Wing Building, University of Technology, Sydney, designed by Frank Gehry, is completed.

September 18 - Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, opens.
September 19 - Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba, designed by Antoine Predock, opens.

Gran Torre Santiago, the tallest building in South America and Latin America, projected for completion.


October 28 - Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris, designed by Frank Gehry, opens.


Taunusturm in Frankfurt is completed.


Ocotber 2 - Biomuseo in Panama City, designed by Frank Gehry, opens.

July 21 - Philippine Arena, the world's largest indoor domed-arena, in Ciudad de Victoria, Bocaue and Santa Maria, Bulacan, is completed.

United Arab Emirates
Dream Dubai Marina, supertall skyscraper in Dubai, projected for completion. If completed before World One will become the tallest residential building in the worldupon completion.

United Kingdom
Everyman Theatre, Liverpool, designed by Haworth Tompkins, completed and awarded Stirling Prize.

United States
October 10 - 432 Park Avenue, the tallest residential buildings in the world is topped out.November 3 - One World Trade Center in New York City, designed by David Childs of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill with Daniel Libeskind, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, opens.
One57, one of the tallest building in New York City becomes the tallest mixed-use (residential and hotel) skyscraper in the city.

8 June - 23 November - Venice Biennale of Architecture curated by Rem Koolhaas[2
1 - 3 October - The seventh World Architecture Festival in Singapore

May 3, 2015 - "One Way: Peter Marino" at the Bass Museum in Miami Beach, Florida

AIA Architecture Firm AwardEskew+Dumez+Ripple
AIA Gold MedalJulia Morgan
Driehaus Architecture Prize for New Classical architecturePier Carlo Bontempi
LEAF Award, Overall WinnerAteliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects
Praemium Imperiale Architecture Laureate – Steven Holl
Pritzker Architecture PrizeShigeru Ban
Reed Award for classical architecture commitment - Ruan Yisan[4]
RAIA Gold MedalPhil Harris and Adrian Welke
RIBA Royal Gold MedalJoseph Rykwert
Stirling Prize - Haworth Tompkins for Everyman Theatre, Liverpool
Thomas Jefferson Medal in ArchitectureToyo Ito
Twenty-five Year Award by AIAHarry Weese for Washington Metro
UIA Gold MedalIeoh Ming Pei
Vincent Scully Prize from National Building MuseumCharlie Rose

January 10 - Kathryn Findlay, (b. 1953), British born architect working in Japan
February 25 - Heikki Siren (b. 1918), Finnish architect
March 20 - William Toomath, (b. 1925), New Zealand architect
March 28
Robin Gibson, (b. 1930), Australian architect
Avraham Yaski, (b. 1927), Romanian-born Israeli architect and academic
April 24 - Hans Hollein, (b. 1934), Austrian architect
April 28 - Frederic Schwartz, (b. 1951), American architect, author and city planner
July 26 - Sir Richard MacCormac, (b. 1938), British architect
August 18 - Kurt Meyer (b. 1922), Swiss-born architect working in the United States and Nepal
September 6 - Édith Girard, (b. 1949), French architect
September 27 - Taylor Hardwick, (b. 1925), American architect
December 24 - Ricardo Porro, (b. 1925), Cuban architect working in France


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تولد دنیل لیبسکیند Daniel Libeskind

تولد دنیل لیبسکیند Daniel Libeskind

Daniel Libeskind is a Polish-American architect, artist, professor and set designer of Polish Jewish descent
Born: May 12, 1946 (age 69), Łódź, Poland
Spouse: Nina Libeskind
Business partners: David Childs, Michael Arad, Peter Walker
Artwork: Life Electric, Micromegas Studies, Micromegas X Study, more
Education: Cooper Union, University of Es***, The Bronx High School of Science

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