Barozzi Veiga is taking actions to prevent and slow down the spread of COVID-19. In compliance with the latest national guidelines, the office will continue to work regularly, incorporating homeworking as a new model of work and as a precautionary measure.
Barozzi Veiga contributed to In Memoriam, an exhibition organized by Yale School of Architecture.
The show presents some thirty architects’ designs for their own tombs — some newly prepared for the occasion, others long built and occupied. From Mimar Sinan to Le Corbusier, the exhibition features drawings by architects including Barozzi Veiga, Sam Jacob, Erin & Ian Besler, Bryan Cantley, Níall McLaughlin, Flores & Prats and others.
Whether meant to preserve one’s memory and beliefs, or provide a space for forgetting, these spatial, formal and procedural interventions show a variety of approaches to a subject rarely probed by contemporary architects.
Following an international competition, the leading resource for Miami-based visual artists Oolite Arts selected Barozzi Veiga to create a new home for the organization in the City of Miami.
The new campus will be accessible to different kinds of artists and will provide several spaces for arts, such as an exhibition area and a theater for lectures. The purpose of this renovation is to make the center beneficial both to artists and to the whole community.
Barozzi Veiga will be part of Cevisama 2020 Architecture and Design Forum in Valencia, together with Thom Mayne, RCR Arquitectes, Bjarke Ingels, Antón García-Abril, Belinda Tato and Benedetta Tagliabue.
The series of conferences will be curated by Luis Fernández-Galiano under the title “Arquitectura material 3”.
Barozzi Veiga has been awarded the second prize in the context of an international competition for the design of the new Nîmes Congress Hall.
The proposal develops a sequence of urban and public spaces, aiming to reactivate and enhance the historic centre of Nîmes, France.
Alberto Veiga is among the speakears of the inaugural edition of The World Around’s new architecture forum that will kick-off as a conference at the Renzo Piano-designed TheTimesCenter in New York. Among other participants: Elizabeth Diller, Shohei Shigematsu, Junya Ishigami, Paola Antonelli and Eva Franch i Gilabert.
Casabella first issue of the year includes an article about the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne.
Fabrizio Barozzi is invited to give a lecture at Università degli studi di Ferrara—Dipartimento di Architettura.
Fabrizio Barozzi gives a conference at Palazzo Badoer, IUAV—Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia.
The Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne is part of the December issue of Architectural Record.
Barozzi Veiga present their major works in today’s lecture at Cooper Union.
Fabrizio Barozzi will be giving a public lecture at Cornell University—College of Architecture, Art, and Planning.
A celebration of the opening of the new Museum of Fine Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland, exploring the creation of one of Europe’s foremost art centers.
Written by Philip Jodidio, Preface by Robert Wilson.
Barozzi Veiga won the international design competition for the realization of the new Dynafit Headquarters in Kiefersfelden. The new building, located along the highway to Munich, will host the main managerial and administrative centre of the famous sport brand.
The Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne opens to the public. On this occasion, in order to celebrate the opportunity for a permanent display of the canton’s rich art collections, the inaugural exhibition Atlas. A Cartography of Donations presents the museum’s holdings across the MCBA’s almost 3200 square metres of exhibition space.
Arquitectura Viva 218 is now out. The monographic issue presents the Musée cantonal des Beaux-Arts Lausanne, the Tanzhaus Zürich and the Ragenhaus Musikschule in Bruneck.
Barozzi Veiga has been selected to design a major makeover of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Together with the Art Institute, Barozzi Veiga will address the new museum as an interlocking complex–an unfolding series of immersive spaces to welcome the visitors. The project will transform the museum, by providing greater access to exhibitions, collections, and programs, with new and expanded art historical and social narratives.
Tanzhaus Zürich, one of the most important centres for contemporary choreography and performance in Switzerland, has been inaugurated.
Alberto Veiga gives the first Berlage Keynote of the year.
After being presented to the Venice Biennale 2016, the installation ‘A sentimental monumentality’ has been recently moved to Cretas.
Image © Duccio Malagamba
A selection of drawings and models of the most relevant projects of Barozzi Veiga is now part of the permanent collection of the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Barozzi Veiga is proud to announce that the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur has recently been granted the Chicago Atheneum International Award for museums and cultural buildings.
Barozzi Veiga is proud to announce that the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur has recently been granted the Best Architects 20 Award for public buildings.
Architectural Digest has awarded Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga with the AD Award Architechts of the Year.
Barozzi Veiga in collaboration with BS Arkitekter, Krogh Madsen Arkitekter and 1:1 Landskab, has won the shared first prize for the international design competition of the Aalborg Art Center.
The other finalists included: BIG, Snohetta, Henning Larsen and Praksis Arkitekter – who shares the first prize.
The result of the second phase of the competition will be published in October 2019.
Barozzi Veiga is proud to announce that the the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur has recently been granted the RIBA Award for International Excellence 2018.
The worldwide recognized award was granted to twenty buildings exemplifying design excellence, architectural ambition and delivering meaningful social impact.
Barozzi Veiga is proud to announce that the Music School in Brunico has recently been selected for the International FAD Award 2018.