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Archiprix International 2009 recently announced the winners of the world’s best architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture graduation projects.
The international jury convened in Montevideo, Uruguay and reviewed 218 submissions from 66 countries, nominated 24 finalists, and selected 8 winners. The jury comprised Salvador Schelotto (Dean farq, UdelaR, Uruguay), Mario Schjetnan (Mexico), Anne Lacaton (France), Juan Herreros (Spain), Sou Fujimoto (Japan).
The following eight winners were selected to receive the Hunter Douglas Awards (in no particular order)

MArchitecture-Stacking pencil buildings by using MAby Ryo KitazawaTokai University, Department of Architecture and Building Engineering - Kanagawa, Japan

Regional Museum of Mine Site: North of ChileAbandoned mines and their imprint on the territoryby Tomás García de la HuertaUniversidad del Desarollo, Arquitectura - Santiago, Chile

Deviational SpaceRelying on the architect to reinvent dynamismby Espen FolgerøBergen School of Architecture - BAS, - Bergen, Norway

09_deeply rooted treeArchitecture School in Velluters Old Town, project in 3 scales: urban, project, processby Pasqual Herrero VicentUniversidad Politécnica de Valencia, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura - Valencia, Spain

Metropolitan MarketsThe Shanghai MetroMarket Networkby Matthew MurphyUniversity of Edinburgh, Dept of Architecture - Edinburgh, Scotland

MAJA TURG: a market for TallinnPreserving the market hall structure in a new formulaby Max RinkDelft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture - Delft, Netherlands

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