The architectural competition for the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the Al Nouri Complex in Mosul
UNESCO in close coordination with the Iraqi Ministry of Culture and the Iraqi Sunni Endowment and the support of the United Arab Emirates is administering an international design competition for selecting a winning design entry for the Reconstruction and Rehabilitation of the Al Nouri complex in Mosul The international design competition for this project started on 16th November 2020 and wishes to attract submissions from a wide range of architects or teams of architects and engineers from around the world to submit a design proposal for reconstructing and rehabilitating the Al Nouri complex Competition Results 1ST Prize $50000 award of contract for detailed design Country Egypt Team Leader Salah El Din Samir Hareedy Associate Professor at Alexandria University Egypt CEO of HEADS Partners Khaled Farid ElDeeb Professor at Alexandria University Egypt Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University KSA Sherif Farag Ebrahim Assistant Professor at Alexandria University Egypt CEO of ADD Architects Tarek Ali Mohamed Cofounder of JOZOOR Architectural Studio Team Members Noha Mansour Ryan Senior Architect at ADD Architects Hager Abdel Ghani Gad Senior Architect at ADD Architects Mahmoud Saad Gamal Junior Architect at ADD Architects and Yousra Mohamed Rashad PhD researcher Architect at United Company for Housing and Development 2ND Prize $30000 Country India Team Leaders Avneesh Tiwari Founder of atArchitecture and Gurjit Singh Matharoo Founderof Matharoo Associates Team Members Neha Rane Founder of atArchitecture and Jain Savi Sanjay Vimmi Junior Architect at Matharoo Associates 3RD Prize $20000 Country Spain Team Leader Francisco Javier Maroto Ramos MBAMECES PHD Senior Architect ETSAM UPM Team Members Pedro García Martínez MBAMECES PHD Senior Architect ETSAM UPM Antonio Palomino Bueno Alberto Palomino Bueno Senior Architect BIM Manager ETSAM UPM Maribel Sánchez Fernández Architect Bim Manager Rocío Sánchez Córcoles Architect Manuel Albaladejo Garre Architect Francisco Jesús Aparicio Buendía Architect Jonathan Andrés Ríos Armijos Architect 4TH Prize $15000 Country Mexico and Belgium Team Leader PRODUCTORA Wonne Ickx Carlos Bedoya Victor Jaime Abel Perles Team Members Architects PRODUCTORA Asli Cicek Andrea Monroy Diana Fonseca Sofia Valdovinos Ruy Berumen Ana Reed Erik Castaneda Yael Saadia Diego Velazquez Pablo Manjarrez Fidel Fernandez 5TH Prize $10000 Country UAE and France Team Leader Clement Blanchet Clément Blanchet Architecture cba Team Members Clotilde Berrou Marc Kauffmann BKClub Associate Team Leaders Mattia Malavenda MMA Associate Team Leader Hellen Almoustafa Christina Chelarescu SANECBA Lola Garcia BKClub Philippe Gimet Operel Laure Le Guillou Phoebus SAS Fabrice Merizzi Phoebus SAS Simon Parilla Camille Pepin Romain Ricciotti LRing Samir Nicolas Saddi ARCADE Shantanu Sang CBA Philippe Sarfati CBA IsabelleCamille Tertrais BKClub PierreMary Thibault Aldel Angelo Trinca CBA Yves Ubelmann Iconem and Patrycja Wyparlo CBA First Honorary Mention Country Italy Team Leader Arch Riccardo Renzi PhD Team Members Arch Elena Ceccarelli Arch Gabriele Marinari Arch Virginia Vivona Arch Diego Betti and Dott Antonio Ciracì Second Honorary Mention Country Greece Team Leader Leonidas Papalampropoulos Architect Assistant Professor Department of Architecture University of Patras Team Members Georgia Syriopoulou Architect Lampros Papalampropoulos Architect Alexandros Karageorgos Structural Engineer Natalia Sotirchou University of Patras and Elena Chrissochoedou University of Patras Click here for more information about the winner and runnersup
Destruction turned into knowledge: Iraqi Archeologists unveil the remains of the 12th century Al Nouri Prayer Hall.
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