Sala d'exposicions del COAC-Vic (Pl. Bisbe Oliba, 2)
Monday to Thursday from 9 AM to 2 PM and from 3 PM to 4 PM; Friday from 9 AM to 2 PM.
The Vic headquarters is hosting the 12th edition of the AJAC Awards exhibition, which concludes its tour. The exhibition brings together the 25 awarded projects, under the design “Domestic structures (ticable)”, by the architects Aida Adcock and Íngrid Bru, winners of the competition convened at the same time as the awards.
With the premise that the elements that make up the exhibition are easy to transport, assemble and disassemble, it is almost involuntary to use everyday objects that do not require technical knowledge and are present in most homes. A ladder, a clothes peg, and a tape are the domestic structures that support the winning proposals. The savings of single-use items were also considered, in favour of the use of easily reusable systems in any field.
The Association of Young Architects of Catalonia Awards, which in 2021 celebrated 25 years of history, have been held biennially since 1996. The celebration of these awards is alternated with a full year in which the group is dedicated to disseminating the winners through the publication of the winning proposals, a traveling exhibition throughout the territory and the “Inexperience” days, where the winning teams can explain their work to the public and generate debate.
The Awards cover 11 different categories, and in the last edition 200 proposals were submitted. Check out the award-winning teams and projects here. As a novelty, in the last bases there has been a bet on the accessibility, the sustainability (of the hand of a special prize offered by the group AUS) and has wanted to put in value the labour rights of young architects.
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