Rosa Barba - winners

Þráinn Hauksson - Landslag

Rosa Barba Winner 10 

Saxhóll crater Stairway

Þráinn Hauksson is an Icelandic landscape architect born 1957, educated in Copenhagen and has been the principal at Landslag since 2007.  His key projects include urban planning, public spaces, national parks and tourist sites. Þráinn has won architectural competitions in Iceland and has received international recognition for collaborative projects like Saxhóll Crater Stairway, Harpa plaza public space and Siglufjörður Avalanche Structures. He has presented Landslag´s projects in Scandinavia and Europe. Þráinn Hauksson is a board member at Iceland Design Fund and was on the boards of The Association of Architectural Firms in Iceland and The Icelandic Association of Landscape Architects.

Hargreaves Associates - Mary Margaret Jones

Rosa Barba Winner 9
With George Hargreaves and Gavin McMillan

Queen Elizabeth olympic park

As President and Sr. Principal Ms. Jones has led a number of the firm’s award winning projects around the globe, and oversees the three offices in San Francisco, CA; Cambridge, MA; and Hargreaves Jones in New York, NY. She has served on numerous juries, lectures widely, and is active in the public forum of design and development issues. Ms. Jones is the Prince Charitable Trust Fellow in Landscape Architecture of the American Academy in Rome and current Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Ms. Jones is a past Visiting Critic in Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Design School and is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Luby Sringall + Julio Gaeta

Public opinion Winner 10

Parque lineal Ferrocarril de Cuernavaca

We are interested in people, in places and in the creation of ecosystems that allow us to understand our existance; that enhance our human essence by linking it with the physical reality; by the creation of meaningful places. We have obtained our most important works though competitions: International Competition Linear Park Ferrocarril de Cuernavaca, National Competition Celaya´s New Cathedral, National Competiton for the Mexican Pavilion at the XVI Venice Biennal in 2014 and National Competiton for the Memorial to the Victims of Violence in Mexico, all of them, first place. Our projects had been awarded with: First Prize at Quito Biennial for Urban Design and Landscape Architecture; 3 Silver Medals and 1 Gold Medal in different biennials of Mexican Architecture.

Atelier Descombes Rampini - G. Descombes, J. Descombes, M. Rampini

Public opinion Winner 9

Renaturation of the river aire

Atelier Descombes Rampini was founded in 2000, developing projects focusing on public space, landscape and urban planning, from street-scale to agglomeration-scale. Georges Descombes He taught at the Univ. of Geneva, and was a visiting professor at GSD Harvard, Univ. of Virginia and Berlage Institute in Amsterdam. His projects include the Swiss Path, the Bijlmer Memorial, the park in Lancy and the restoration of the river Aire, the park of Jardins d’Eole, the public spaces of the “Confluence”. He has collaborated since many years with Atelier Descombes Rampini. Julien Descombes Architect EAUG, member FAS (Swiss Architects Federation) and FSAP (Swiss Landscape Architects Federation). Atelier Descombes Rampini co-fundator. Marco Rampini Architect EPF, member FAS (Swiss Architects Federation) and FSAP (Swiss Landscape Architects Federation). Atelier Descombes Rampini co-fundator.

Perry Lethlean - WA + TCL

Rosa Barba Winner 8

Auckland waterfront: north wharf promenade and silo park

Director of the Melbourne office of Taylor Cullity Lethlean. He was one of the first students to participate in the RMIT University Landscape Architecture program at its inception in 1982. Completion of an Urban Design Masters followed in 1992. A sought-after design lecturer and critic at Universities and juror for professional practice awards. Perry has led the successful implementation of complex projects such as the Geelong Waterfront Redevelopment, The Forest Gallery at the Melbourne Museum, etc.

Germán Del Sol Guzman - Architect

Public Opinion Winner 8

Termas geométricas

Germán del Sol (1949) studied in the Pontific University Catholic of Chile, and afterwards, in the School of Architecture of Barcelona with graduation in 1973. After he worked independently in Spain and USA, he returned to Chile to set his own studio of architecture in 1986. In 1992, he designed the Chile’s pavilion with José Cruz in the ’92 Expo of Seville, which later would become one of the most representative works of the new Chilean architecture. In 2006, he was awarded with the highest distinction which a Chilean architect could be recognized: The National Architecture Award.

Marti Franch, Architect

Rosa Barba Winner 7
With Ton Ardévol

Public Opinion Winner 7
With Ton Ardévol

Restoration project of tudela-culip spot in Cap de Creus natural park

Landscape Architect with a degree from the University of Greenwich in 1998 and a degree in Agricultural Engineering from the ESAB in 1993. Founded EMF arquitectura de paisatge in 1999 after a period working for B+B (Amsterdam) and Kiefer (Berlin). Notable works include: Club Med Restoration in Cap de Creus; Têt Riverbank Planning in Perpignan; Cemetery in Laroque des Alberes; and PPCC Square in Palamós. Professor of Landscape Projects at the ETSAB since 2001.



Mayslits Kassif - Architects

Rosa Barba Winner 6 

Opinion Public Winner 6 

Tel Aviv port public space regeneration

Mayslits Kassif Architects was founded in Tel Aviv in 1994 by Ganit Mayslits Kassif and Udi Kassif, in 2008 Maor Roytman joined as a partner in the firm. Since its establishment, the practice fuses various disciplinary categories including public buildings, landscape architecture, urban design, and strategic planning, all reflecting the firm’s belief that architecture is a leading agent of cultural and environmental transformation. Combining various fields of study, the office’s work views the built environment as a field of research and innovation which rethinks common perceptions of public and private, by probing into various concepts such as generosity, specifity, possibility etc. in order to develop new tools for making our environment. Mayslits Kassif Architects have won several major public competitions and notable national and international awards reflecting their prominent and transformative contribution within the urban and public sphere.

João Gomes da Silva - Global

Public Opinion Winner 5

Salinas swimming pools, Câmara de Lobos, Madeira

Born in Lisbon, 1962, is a landscape architect who graduated from the Universidade de Évora (1979/1985) in 1987. In 1997, João Gomes da Silva founded Global with the landscape architect Inês Norton. Global is an office based in Lisbon often working with leading landscape architects, architects, engineers, designers and artists in projects such as the landscape planning of the Herdade do Barrocal (PT), Parco Tarello (Brescia-IT), landscape for Dellis Cay in Turks and Caicos Islands (with Proap), Salinas Swimming Pools (MadeiraPT), S.Vicente Caves Park (Madeira-PT), landscape planning for the Caparica Coastal area (Almada-PT), Aguieira Park (Viseu-PT), Urban Park in Caxinas, Serralves Park (Porto-PT) and Garcia de Orta Gardens (Lisbon-PT). Global Landscape: Global gathers a group of landscape architects and architects working in landscape-space production based on the contemporary cultural and economic panorama and through landscape design and planning practices. Global is a strongly personalized and professionalized structure integrated in a cross-discipline dynamic network.

Kristine Jensens Tegnestue - Arquitect

Rosa Barba Winner 5


Architect MAA MDL, company owner Education. Lic. arch. (PhD), School of Architecture in Aarhus 1996. Master of Architecture from the landscape department, School of Architecture in Aarhus 1983. Trusted positions: President of The Royal Danish Academy for Fine Arts, and Chairman of the board 2007-Chairman for the Jury of the Royal Danish Academy for Fine Arts and the Artist Society 1998-2000. The Jep Fink Foundation for Architecture and Crafts, board member 2005-2007. Appointments founds and grants: Prags Boulevard Nominee for Mies van der Rohe price and appointed for Fieldwork 2007. The Venezia Biennale of Architecture 2000. A 3-year national grant from The Danish Art Foundation 2000-2002. The Danish institute in Rome 1991 and 1994. Positions, tutoring and research: Assistant Professor, School of Architecture in Aarhus 1996-2002. Research candidate as PhD-student, School of Architecture in Aarhus 1991-1995.

Ton Ardévol, Architect

Rosa Barba Winner 7
With Martí Franch

Public Opinion Winner 7
With Martí Franch

Restoration project of tudela-culip spot in Cap de Creus natural park

Self-taught master craftsman, linked to the world of architecture, from 1973-1980 he worked with the architectural studio "Mad”. ln the 80's founder of the firm J/T Associate Ardèvol basically dedicated to the world of construction, urban planning, landscape architecture and engineering with significant works as: Reconstruction and extension Of the Gran Teatro del Liceo in Barcelona, Forum Building, Feria 2000, Urbanization of Poal's Square, Renovation of the facade of the Cathedral of Barcelona, la Llotja de Lleida: Rehabilitation of the Sant Pau's Hospital and Spiralling Power. From 1984 to 2012 he is a member of the technical team for projects and construction of the Sierra de Collserola Natural Park, with multiple interventions in landscape architecture and rehabilitation of heritage items.

RCR Aranda-Pigem-Vilalta, Arquitectes

Rosa Barba Winner  4
Architects. Ramon Vilalta - Rafael Aranda - Carme Pigem

Parc de pedra tosca

They completed their studies at the ETSAV in 1987 and have been working together since 1988 as RCR ARQUITECTES in Olot. They have served as advisers to the La Garrotxa Volcanic Area Natural Park since 1989. Vilalta has worked as a lecturer in Urban Development and Landscape Architecture at the ETSAV. Pigem has lectured in Projects at the ETSAV and ETSAB and is currently a lecturer in Landscape Projects on the Landscaping graduate course at the ETSAB. They have won several competitions Spain-wide and have received recognition for their work on numerous occasions, with two of their projects shortlisted as finalists in the European Union Mies van der Rohe Awards. They have also won five FAD prizes and the 2005 National Prize for Culture in Architecture awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya. They have shown work in numerous international exhibitions, including the third Salon International de l’Architecture in Paris, the eighth UIA Congress in Chicago and the Venice Biennale. Individual exhibitions of their work have been held in Japan, Spain and Germany. Their work appears in the “On-Site: New Architecture in Spain” exhibition currently on public view in New York. They have written essays and articles on architecture and the landscape and have given talks in various cities in Spain and abroad. In addition, their work has been widely published in books and journals.

David Verport -Paysages

Rosa Barba Winner 4

Public Opinion Winner 4 
With François - Xavier Mousquet

Lagunage d’Harnes

David Verport. Technical designer and supervision of building sites. Co-author of the Harnes lagoon project. Landscape design of areas around infrastructures (A 16, RN 31). Town centre planning (Grenay, Tournai, Templemars, Somain, Valenciennes). Hinterland planning (Arras). Planning of environs of companies and industrial spaces (Dourges, Sollac Mardyck, Saint Quentin, Sewage treatment plans of Neuville en Ferrain and Vervins). Layout of a secondary school in Linselles. Layouts of parks, gardens and recreation areas (TrithSaint-Léger, Billy-Montigny). Environmental projects (banks of the river Lys in Houplines, lagoonage in Villers au Bois). Planning of quarries, wastelands and run-down spaces (Fouquières, Harnes, Noyelles, Dourges, Oignies and Pont sur Sambre).

Peter Latz - Architect

Rosa Barba Winner 1

Parque Duisburg Nord

Born Darmstadt, 1939. He graduated from the Technical University of Munich in 1964 and studied urban planning at the RWTH Aachen. Since 1965 he has worked with his wife Anneliese Latz as a landscape architect and town planner. Since 1983 he has occupied the chair of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the TU of Munich.