St. Elisabeth nominated for public architecture award Archie 2016!
The Twente Centre of Architecture has announced the nominations for public architecture award Archie 2016. Out of 26 appealing entries, eight projects have been nominated. Two interesting projects have been selected for each of the four categories determined by the selection committee. These categories are reuse, new construction, rural buildings and urban buildings, within the theme of care landscapes.
St. Elisabeth in Delden has been nominated in the category of city buildings and needs your vote to win public architecture award Archie 2016.
The public can vote on the eight nominated buildings until Monday 5 September 2016 via the link below. The nomination with the most votes wins public architecture award Archie 2016.
The annual Archie award is an initiative of the Twente Centre of Architecture, the Twentsche Courant Tubantia, the Bond of Dutch Architects, Actiz and the association WoonTwente.