The book “Architecture. Form, Space & Order”, by Francis D. K. Ching, has included the Memorial 9 in the fourth edition. In the picture, the Spanish edition by Editorial Gustavo Gili.
Gonzalo Mardones Arquitectos received the MIPIM / The Architectural Review Future Projects Award for the ongoing project Piscina Municipal de Lo Barnechea, as the winner in the Sports and Stadiums projects category. The prestigious publication presented the award at their annual event held during MIPIM, the international property conference on March 13th, 2019. The award event took place at the JW Marriott, Cannes, France. The MIPIM / Architectural Review Future Project Awards honours architectural excellence in unbuilt or incomplete projects around the globe selected across 11 categories.
The jury said: “This well-presented swimming pool shows what can be achieved through simple but striking architectural form, making a significant contribution to its locality.”
Gonzalo Mardones V. will participate, on the 15th of November, at the 2018 Real Estate International Meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Azure Magazine, Canada, have had included Totihue Chapel as one of the 10 Best Cultural Buildings of 2016.
If you are going to be at the AIA Conference on Architecture 2017 in Orlando, Florida, you can have the chance to visit the 2016 Religious Art and Architecture Awards exhibition. There, our project Totihue Chapel, which was awarded with the 2016 Faith & Form/IFRAA New Facilities Awards, will be showcased in a gallery of award recipients at the Orange County Convention Center from April 26 to the 29th, 2017.
The Totihue Chapel has been selected to participate in the Barbara Cappochin Biennale Internazionale di Architettura, Padova, Italia.
The Lo Barneceha ‘Centro de las Tradiciones’ has been selected to be part of the XIX Chilean Architecture Biennial in Valparaiso.
The project Cultural Center and Theatre in Vitacura has been selected as a finalist for the Beyond Building Awards in Barcelona Construmat 2015 in the ‘Innovative Project’ category.
Gonzalo Mardones has been named Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects AIA. The programme recognizes the achievements of architects as individuals, but also elevates before the global public and the profession, model architects who have significantly contributed to the profession on an international level. The 2016 Fellows will be honored at an investiture ceremony at the AIA Convention in Philadelphia in May.