Newcomer 2022 - Anne Bansen

Anne Bansen

Newcomer 2022

Anne Bansen completed her bachelor's degree at the University of Business and Technology in the subject industrial design, gaining a distinction. She also undertook numerous internships, for example at the Fraunhofer Center for Responsible Research & Innovation (CeRRI), the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin research centre for material and energy, and at the Brose innovation workshop for car parts. In her work, she focuses on universal design and user experience, whereby the topic of safety in daily life plays an important role. Examples of her work to date, such as the »NoMo« the emergency monster, the smart pill tin »Pillbuddy« and »Tast(e) Food« (packaging from whose surface it is possible to feel whether the food within has become spoiled), provide impressive evidence of how vast her design potential and talent is.

 

David Chipperfield - Personality of the Year 2022

David Chipperfield

Personality of the Year 2022

The world of modern architecture has been not only immensely enriched but also positively influenced by Sir David Chipperfield's iconic, unmistakably stand-out building projects around the globe. His architectural style, defined by Japanese clarity, runs like a thread through the British architect's impressive life's work, for which he has received numerous international awards, the Federal Cross of Merit in Germany and was raised to the peerage by the Queen of England. These honours are not bestowed solely through a pleasing formal language. Rather, the designs spring from a profoundly humanistic spirit, which above all has the people in mind who fill the buildings and projects he conceives with life in the first place. A sympathetic, symbiotic approach that inextricably links each design with location and culture long before the groundbreaking ceremony and also takes the issue of sustainability into account. The fact that David Chipperfield is one of the first signatories for the "UK Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency" initiative makes this attitude even more credible.

 

  • Curriculum Vitae
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    Sir David Chipperfield CBE, RA, RDI, RIBA British, born 1953, London

    David Chipperfield studied architecture at the Kingston School of Art and Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. After graduating he worked at the practices of Douglas Stephen, Richard Rogers and Norman Foster.
    He established his own practice in London in 1985, and later established offices in Berlin (1998), Shanghai (2005) and Milan (2006). Together, the four offices drive common architectural ambitions and share a commitment to the collaborative aspect of creating projects and finding solutions that are architecturally, socially, and intellectually coherent.

    David Chipperfield Architects has built over 100 projects including cultural, residential, commercial and educational buildings for both the private and public sectors, as well as civic projects and urban masterplans. Among the practice’s
    major completed works are the rebuilding of the Neues Museum and the new-build James-Simon-Galerie, both on Museum Island in Berlin; the reconfiguration of the Royal Academy of Arts in London; the Amorepacific headquarters building in Seoul; two residential towers in Hoxton, east London; the Turner Contemporary gallery and The Hepworth Wakefield, in the UK; an MBA building for the HEC Paris School of Management in France; Saint Louis Art Museum in Missouri; Museo Jumex in Mexico City; the One Pancras Square office building in London; and a new practice campus on Joachimstraße in Berlin. This year the practice celebrated the public openings of the refurbished Neue Nationalgalerie by Mies van der Rohe in Berlin, and the significant extension to the Kunsthaus Zurich.

    The practice’s work has received international awards and citations for design excellence, including the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2007 for The Museum of Modern Literature in Marbach, Germany, and both the Mies van der Rohe Award (European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture) and the Deutscher Architekturpreis in 2011 for the Neues Museum, Berlin.

    Current projects include the transformation of the former US Embassy building in London, a high-rise headquarters for Rolex USA in New York; the restoration and reconfiguration of the Procuratie Vecchie on St. Mark’s Square in Venice; the transformation of a former administrative building into a mixed-use development on Avenue Morland in Paris; a new music venue in Edinburgh; a mixed-use commercial tower in Hamburg; and a university campus in Padua.

    From the beginning of his career, David Chipperfield has also been interested in the design and function of interior spaces, including shop interiors for Issey Miyake, Joseph, Dolce & Gabbana, Bally, Brioni and Valentino, as well as a range of furniture, lighting, and tableware. David Chipperfield’s Tonale range of ceramics for Alessi received the Compasso d’Oro in 2011, and the Piana folding chair was acquired for the permanent collection at MoMA.

  • Selected completed projects
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    2021
    - Neue Nationalgalerie refurbishment, Berlin, Germany
    - The Bryant, New York, USA

     

    2020
    - Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland
    - Jacoby studios, Paderborn, Germany
    - Carmen Würth Forum, Künzelsau, Germany

     

    2019
    - West Bund Museum, Shanghai, China
    - James-Simon-Galerie, Berlin, Germany

     

    2018
    - Hoxton Press residential towers, London, UK
    - Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK
    - Selfridges Duke Street, London, UK
    - SSENSE, Montreal, Canada

     

    2017
    - Amorepacific headquarters, Seoul, South Korea
    - Inagawa Cemetery chapel and visitor centre, Hyogo, Japan
    - San Michele Island Cemetery, Venice, Italy

     

    2016
    - Westkaai towers, Antwerp, Belgium
    - Brioni Madison Avenue flagship store, New York, USA

     

    2015
    - One Kensington Gardens, London, UK
    - Xixi Wetland Estate, Hangzhou, China
    - MUDEC, Milan, Italy

     

    2014
    - Valentino Fifth Avenue flagship store, New York, USA

     

    2013
    - Office building Moganshan Road, Hangzhou, China
    - One Pancras Square, London, UK
    - Museo Jumex, Mexico City, Mexico
    - Campus Joachimstraße, Berlin, Germany
    - Saint Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri, USA

     

    2012
    - HEC Paris MBA Building, Jouy-en-Josas, France

     

    2011
    - City of Justice, Barcelona and L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain
    - Peek & Cloppenburg department store, Vienna, Austria
    - The Hepworth Wakefield, West Yorkshire, UK
    - Turner Contemporary, Margate, Kent, UK
    - Rockbund project and Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, China

     

    2010
    - Novartis laboratory building, Basel, Switzerland Kaufhaus Tyrol, Innsbruck, Austria
    - Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany

     

    2009
    - Neues Museum, Museum Island, Berlin, Germany
    - Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

     

    2008
    - Ninetree Village, Hangzhou, China

     

    2007
    - BBC Scotland headquarters, Glasgow, UK
    - Gallery building Am Kupfergraben, Berlin, Germany Empire Riverside Hotel, Hamburg, Germany
    - Liangzhu Museum, Hangzhou, China

     

    2006
    - America’s Cup building ‘Veles e Vents’, Valencia, Spain
    - Museum of Modern Literature, Marbach am Neckar, Germany
    - Des Moines Public Library, Des Moines, Iowa, USA

     

    1990–2005
    - Housing Villaverde, Madrid, Spain
    - Refurbishment and extension Friedrichstraße 126, Berlin, Germany Gormley Studio, London, UK
    - Ernsting Service Center, Coesfeld-Lette, Germany
    - River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames, UK
    - Toyota Auto, Kyoto, Japan

  • Selected awards
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    2021
    - Docomomo Rehabilitation Award for Enhanced Masterpiece for the Neue Nationalgalerie
    - RIBA International Award for Excellence for the James-Simon-Galerie and Amorepacific headquarters
    - RIBA Regional Award and RIBA Conservation Award for Royal Academy of Arts

     

    2020
    - Architekturpreis Berlin 2020 for James-Simon-Galerie
    - DAM Preis für Architektur in Deutschland 2020 for James-Simon-Galerie

     

    2019
    - RIBA Regional Award for Selfridges Duke Street and Hoxton Press
    - AIA UK Award for Amorepacific headquarters
    - CTBUH Award, Category Best Tall Building 100-199 metres for Amorepacific headquarters

     

    2018
    - Dezeen Award, Category Best Tall Building for Amorepacific headquarters
    - EU Prize for Cultural Heritage, Europa Nostra Awards, Grand Prix for Sanatorium Dr. Barner

     

    2017
    - RIBA Regional Award (London) for Valentino Old Bond Street flagship store

     

    2016
    - RIBA International Awards for Excellence for Saint Louis Art Museum and Museo Jumex
    - Civic Trust Awards, Special Award for Sustainability for One Pancras Square

     

    2015
    - AIA International Region Design Award, Honor in Category Open International for Museo Jumex
    - BDA Preis Berlin for Campus Joachimstraße
    - AR House Award for Fayland House
    - AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Award for Office building Moganshan Road

     

    2014
    - RIBA National Award for One Pancras Square
    - RIBA EU Award for Campus Joachimstraße
    - New London Architecture Award, Category Office Building for One Pancras Square
    - Historische Wahrzeichen der Ingenieurbaukunst for Neues Museum

     

    2013
    - Praemium Imperiale Architectural Laureate
    - RIBA EU Award for HEC Paris MBA building
    - AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Award for Saint Louis Art Museum

     

    2012
    - RIBA National Awards for The Hepworth Wakefield; and for Turner Contemporary
    - Civic Trust Awards, Commendation for Turner Contemporary; and National Panel Special Award for The Hepworth Wakefield
    - AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Award for Novartis laboratory building

     

    2011
    - RIBA Royal Gold Medal
    - RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist for Museum Folkwang
    - Deutscher Architekturpreis for Neues Museum
    - Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Awards for Neues Museum; and for Museum Folkwang
    - RIBA EU Awards for Museum Folkwang; and for Kaufhaus Tyrol RIBA International Prize for Novartis laboratory building

     

    2011
    - European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award for Neues Museum

     

    2010
    - DAI (Verband Deutscher Architekten- und Ingenieurvereine e.V.), Der Große DAI-Preis für Baukultur
    - Wolf Prize in Architecture
    - RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist for Neues Museum
    - European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage / Europa Nostra Award, Grand Prix for Neues Museum
    - RIBA Awards for Neues Museum; and for City of Justice
    - RIBA International Prize for Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center
    - BDA Architekturpreis, Große Nike and Nike für Detailvollkommenheit for Neues Museum AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Award for Neues Museum

     

    2009
    - AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Awards for Gallery building Am Kupfergraben; and for America’s Cup building ‘Veles e Vents’
    - RIBA International Prize for Ninetree Village

     

    2008
    - RIBA EU Awards for Gallery building Am Kupfergraben; and for Empire Riverside Hotel
    - RIBA National Award for BBC Scotland
    - AIA St. Louis Chapter Honor Award, Category Unbuilt for Saint Louis Art Museum
    - Chicago Athenaeum International Architecture Award for Museum of Modern Literature
    - BCO (British Council for Offices) Award, Category Corporate Workplace Scotland for BBC Scotland

     

    2007
    - RIBA Stirling Prize for Museum of Modern Literature; and Shortlist for America’s Cup building ‘Veles e Vents’
    - Deutscher Architekturpreis, Commendation for Museum of Modern Literature RIBA EU Awards for America’s Cup building ‘Veles e Vents’; and for Museum of Modern Literature
    - RIBA International Prize for Des Moines Public Library
    - BDA Architekturpreis, Nike für soziales Engagement for Ernsting Service Center European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award Shortlist for America’s Cup building ‘Veles e Vents’
    - DETAIL Preis, Special Prize for Concrete for Museum of Modern Literature

     

    2006
    -- AIA Central States Region Awards for Figge Art Museum; and for Des Moines Public Library

     

    2005
    - Architekturpreis Beton for Museum of Modern Literature

     

    2004
    - RIBA National Award for Gormley Studio

     

    2003
    - RIBA EU Award for Private house in Corrubedo

     

    2002
    - RIBA Stirling Prize Shortlist for Ernsting Service Center
    - RIBA EU Award for Ernsting Service Center

     

    1999
    - Heinrich-Tessenow-Medaille in Gold
    - RIBA National Award for River & Rowing Museum

     

    1998
    - AIA UK Chapter Excellence in Design Award for River & Rowing Museum

Public Choice Winner 2022: Cyklær

Cyklær

Public Choice 2022

The »Cyklær« combines innovative technologies and high-end components with a unique design. The frame design is characterized by a kink at the top tube to the seat stay and the unique free-standing rear axles. As an intelligent e-bike made of carbon, it is designed with many innovative features, such as a digital rear view mirror. It is an urban racer for the daily use in the city as well as for sportive rides on the roads or country lanes.

 


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