Date Issued: 2022.04.07
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Barozzi Veiga was founded in Barcelona by Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga in 2004. The practice has since worked internationally in public and private projects and its work has received several prestigious distinctions. Its body of work includes cultural, educational and residential buildings as well as civic projects.
At the beginning of the career, Barozzi Veiga has been distinguished with the Ajac Young Catalan Architect Award (2007), the Barbara Cappochin International Architecture Award (2011) and with the Gold Medal for Italian Architecture for the Best Debut Work (2012). Thereafter, the office has been awarded with the Young Talent of Italian Architecture Award (2013), the Design Vanguard Award (2014), the Fad International Award (2015) and the Life in Architecture Award (2015). Barozzi Veiga has also received nominations for the Iakov Chernikhov International Prize (2008), for the Design of the Year (2015), for the Fad Award (2018) and for the International Swiss Architectural Award (2018). More recently, the office has been granted the Chicago Atheneum International Award (2019), the Best Architects 20 Award (2019) and the AD Award Architechts of the Year (2019).
In 2015 the project for the Szczecin Philharmonic received the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award for European Architecture and in 2018, the Fine art Museum in Chur, Switzerland, has been awarded with the RIBA Award for International Excellence. The office has been invited to contribute to the Chicago Architecture Biennal in 2017 as well as the Biennale di Venezia in 2014 and in 2016. There, the office presented A sentimental monumentality, an installation and an essay which defined the conceptual framework of its work, later compiled in the monographs Barozzi Veiga edited by Park Books (2014), a+u 535 (2015) and A-Mag (2018).
Barozzi Veiga’s built work includes the Ribera del Duero Headquarter (2011), the Auditorium Infanta Elena in Águilas (2011), the Szczecin Philarmonic Hall (2014), the Ragenhaus Musikschule in Bruneck (2018) and the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur (2018). The most recently completed projects are the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne (2019) and the Tanzhaus Zürich (2019).