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Carme Pinós, Winner of the 2016 Berkeley-Rupp Prize

SEPT/2016

The Spanish architect Carme Pinós has won the 2016 Berkeley-Rupp Prize, a recognition awarded by the College of Environmental Design (CED) of the University of California at Berkeley to a female designer or architect for a significant contribution to promoting the role of women in the field of architecture and whose work emphasises the commitment to sustainability and the community.


In addition to the monetary award, the prize includes a one-semester professorship at the College of Environmental Design (CED) of the University of California at Berkeley.


Pinós directs the Carme Pinós practice in Barcelona, which the architect founded in 1991 after winning international recognition for her work with Enric Miralles. Her designs have been showcased around the world, and the models of her buildings form part of the collections of the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the MoMA of New York.


UC BERKELEY

www.berkeley.edu


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