Rotor receives the 2015 Rotterdam Maaskant award

By 6 January 2016 January 6th, 2017 news

The biannual Maaskant Prize, chosen by a different panel of three judges every time, alternates with its namesake ‘older’ sibling (which is awarded to a more established architect every other year).

In 2015, the jury was looking for a ‘talent under 36’, to be approved by all board members unanimously. The winner not only met the foundation’s primary criteria, but was also someone whose work, the panel felt, reflects and influences the current economic, cultural and social climate, helping to set the field’s agenda.
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