Supreme Court wins ARC16 Architecture Award
The Supreme Court of the Netherlands in The Hague has been awarded with the annual ARC16 Architecture Award that aims to promote sustainability in the broadest sense of the word and as an integral part of the design.
The jury composed by Marlies Rohmer (Architectenbureau Marlies Rohmer), Ninke Happel (Happel Cornelisse Verhoeven), Sereh Mandias (De Dépendance), Fransje Sprunken (VORM) and Harm Tilman (de Architect) chose as the winner the building that has yielded more than the client has requested and that convinces in toto.
The jury motivation about Supreme Court of the Netherlands’ choice: “A building that will be excellent in the next fifty years and that can become a classic. A building anchored in a sustainable way to the city and that has been carefully chiseled. A building giving a recognizable typological answer and that performs the program sublimely. A building that amazes, is unconventional and rises above its mere task”.
The ARC16 Architectuur Award is promoted by Gira and de Architect.
More info on the award website.