International Velux Award 2022 Announces Global Student Winners

The International VELUX Award 2022 Announces Two Global Winners

The VELUX Group is proud to announce the projects ‘TIP: Time Indicate Protection’ by Zuzanna Sazonow and Aleksandra Pytka, and ‘FLight’ by Sajjad Navidi, Mahya Mousavi Sadr and Elham Bahadori have been selected as the global winners of the International VELUX Award 2022 for Students of Architecture.

The jury of internationally acclaimed architects including John Ronan, Anupama Kundoo, Rainer Hofmann and Fuensanta Nieto selected two global winners following live presentations by 9 regional winners at The World Architecture Festival in Lisbon on 02 December. The 10 finalists from 9 different countries around the globe were chosen among 507 daylight projects, submitted by students from 211 schools of architecture in 63 countries.

Global Winner Category:  Daylight in Buildings
“TIP: Time Indicate Protection” 
Student: Zuzanna Sazonow and Aleksandra Pytka
School: Politechnika Poznańska
Teacher: Patrycja Kamińska
Country: Poland
Region: Eastern Europe & Middle East

Global Winner Category: Daylight Investigations
Students: Sajjad Navidi, Mahya Mousavi Sadr, Elham Bahadori
School: University of Art, Tehran
Teacher: Rima Fayaz and Maryam Fakhari
Country: Iran
Region: Eastern Europe & Middle East

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About the International VELUX Award
The International VELUX Award is a competition for students of architecture that runs every second year. Since the launch in 2004, it has grown into the largest competition of its kind with students from 800 schools, from 130 countries of all continents, submitting more than 6,000 projects on the award theme “Light of Tomorrow”.

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