On the 27th of October, Ascensores Enor announced the winners of the Enor Architecture Awards 2020.
In this VIIIth edition of the Enor Awards, which consecrates every 3 years the best architectural projects carried out in the Iberian peninsula, the jury formed by architects Carlos Seoane, director of Fundación Compostela Arquitectura, Ma González García, first Enor Young Architecture Award 2014, Emilio Tuñón Álvarez, Enor Architecture Grand Prix 2017, Graça Correia, first place in the IIIth Enor Portugal Prize, Carlos Quintáns Eiras, International Wood Architecture Prize 2002 and Arturo Franco, twice winner of the Enor Architecture Grand Prix, in 2007 and 2011, awarded the Enor 2020 Grand Prix of Architecture to the team of Menos é Mais Arquitectos, ex aequo with architects Carlos Alberto Pita Abad and Abraham Castro Neira.
The project submitted to the competition by Menos é Mais Arquitectos was Casa do Rio, which has already been awarded on several occasions, namely the 2019 National Wooden Architecture Award and nominated for the 2019 Mies van der Rohe Awards.
The jury’s appreciation for the «resolution of a rural hotel program through an infrastructure operation, following the steps of contemporary architecture that incorporates the relationship between architecture and engineering», stands out.
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