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DAM Preis 2021: The Finalists are anounced

by | Friday, 6. November 2020

THE FINALISTS ARE ANNOUNCED: FOUR PROJECTS HAVE MADE IT TO THE FINAL ROUND OF THE DAM PREIS FOR ARCHITECTURE IN GERMANY 2021

The finalist group of the DAM Preis 2021 consists of four projects from the fields of housing, culture and education, work and leisure. Some of them are hybrid buildings that fulfill several of these functions simultaneously. The jury chose the following projects as finalists:

“WERK12”, Munich
ARGE MVRDV & N-V-O NUYKEN VON OEFELE ARCHITEKTEN

„Wohnregal“, Berlin
FAR FROHN&ROJAS

Administration building with integrated roof greenhouse, Oberhausen
KUEHN MALVEZZI

University for Dramatic Arts, Berlin
O&O BAUKUNST

THE DAM PREIS
Since 2007, the DAM Preis for Architecture has been awarded annually to outstanding buildings in Germany. In 2021, the prize will be awarded by Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) for the fifth time – in close cooperation with JUNG as a cooperation partner – in a staggered jury procedure. An expert jury chaired by Alexander Schwarz (David Chipperfield Architects, winner of DAM Preis 2020)  selected four projects from the shortlist as finalists for the DAM Preis 2021.

The internet presence for the DAM Preis dam-preis.de is now supplemented by the finalists 2021. The database offers a profound overview of current architecture in and from Germany.

JUNG is the corporate partner of the DAM Preis.
JUNG – Progress as Tradition

JUNG is a premium supplier of cutting-edge building services engineering. The portfolio of this long-standing SME includes switches, sockets, dimmers, monitors and function control systems for private residences and public buildings. Around 1,300 employees in Germany and in the 19 subsidiaries and 70 representative offices in Europe, North America, the Middle East, and Asia turn the company’s guiding principle ‘Progress as Tradition’ into an everyday lived practice. Since 2017, in other words for the fifth time now JUNG, as a close partner of Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) has annually honored outstanding structures in Germany with the DAM Preis, which was established in 2007.

AWARD CEREMONY AND EXHIBITION OPENING

With the publication of Architekturführer Deutschland 2021 (Architectural Guide Germany) the finalists and all the nominated structures are presented in a handy printed version. Published by DOM publishers in Berlin, the book is now available.

The public announcement of the winner, the award ceremony and the opening of the exhibition featuring the shortlisted buildings will be on January 29, 2021 in Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) in Frankfurt/Main or online.

To mark the occasion the Deutsches Architektur Jahrbuch 2021 (German Architecture Yearbook 2021) featuring detailed reviews of the shortlisted structuresw and the winning edifice will appear.

ARCHITEKTURFÜHRER DEUTSCHLAND 2021
Yorck Förster, Christina Gräwe, Peter Cachola Schmal (Ed.)
Published by DOM publishers, Berlin / 2020

Soft cover, 224 pages, 135 × 245 mm, 500 images
ISBN:  978-3-86922-771-9
German
Available at the museum shop and book stores for EUR 28.

SHORTLIST AND FINALISTS DAM PREIS 2021

ALLMANN SATTLER WAPPNER . ARCHITEKTEN
Revitalization Schwanthaler Höhe, Munich

ARETZ DÜRR ARCHITEKTUR
„Haus D // 6“, Oberberg

ARGE MVRDV & N-V-O NUYKEN VON OEFELE ARCHITEKTEN
„WERK12“, Munich FINALIST

ATELIER KEMPE THILL
Tenever atrium house, Bremen

ADDENDA ARQUITECS
Bauhaus Museum Dessau

BEHNISCH ARCHITEKTEN
Adidas World of Sports ARENA, Herzogenaurach

BEHNISCH ARCHITEKTEN
KIT Energy Lab 2.0, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen

BEZ + KOCK ARCHITEKTEN
Südwestfalen Museum and Cultural Forum, Arnsberg

BARKOW LEIBINGER
Trumpf Dax Care Center, Ditzingen

BRUNO FIORETTI MARQUEZ
Extension of the district office Neustadt an der Waldnaab

BUNDSCHUH ARCHITEKTEN
Suhrkamp ensemble, Berlin

FAR FROHN&ROJAS
„Wohnregal“, Berlin FINALIST

HILD UND K
Living at Werderstraße, Nuremberg

HEILERGEIGER ARCHITEKTEN
Day Care Center Karoline Goldhofer, Memmingen (Allgaeu)

HELGA BLOCKSDORF ARCHITEKTUR
Rosé Residence and studio house, Berlin

ICD / ACHIM MENGES UND ITKE / JAN KNIPPERS, UNIVERSITÄT STUTTGART
Urbach Tower, Remstal

KUEHN MALVEZZI
Administration building with integrated roof greenhouse, Oberhausen FINALIST

LRO LEDERER RAGNARSDÓTTIR OEI

Dialogicum – dm-drogerie markt Company Headquarters, Karlsruhe

MAX DUDLER
Eisenbahnmuseum, Bochum

O&O BAUKUNST
Ernst Busch University for Dramatic Arts, Berlin FINALIST

WANDEL LORCH ARCHITEKTEN
Memorial Hotel Silber, Stuttgart

ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
Niederhafen flood protection and promenade, Hamburg

ABROAD

BOLLES + WILSON
BnL – Bibliothèque nationale du Luxembourg, Luxemburg

GMP ARCHITEKTEN VON GERKAN MARG UND PARTNER
South railway station Hangzhou, China

INGENIEURE OHNE GRENZEN E.V.
Rising Star School für Hopley, Harare, Simbabwe

TERRAIN: INTEGRAL DESIGNS
GRÜNE ERDE-WELT company and visitor center, Steinfelden, Austria