awards

  • EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS 2017, Brussels, 2017-05-18. Category “City Housing Development”: First Prize for the renovation of 150 housing units for the Foyer Bruxellois, rue des Minimes/Miniemenstraat in Brussels (01/421). Category “Healthcare”: nomination for the Psychiatric Hospital “Sans Souci” in Jette (01/287). Category “Commercial/Retail”: nomination for TOTAL – rest area of Ruisbroeck (01/515), (E18-674); (BE).
  • DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE 2017, Vicenza, Teatro Olimpico de Palladio, 2017-06-23. Special Prize Confprofessioni for Europa (01/494), (E18_671); (IT).
  • DESIGN CURIAL: “Gas Station Design – The World’s 10 Best Filling Stations for 2017”, 2017-05-16 (for the second year in a row) Orival (01/365) in 5th place and Houten (01/363) in 7th place out of 10; (GB).
  • BELGIAN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT AWARD, Brussels, 2017-06-08. Category “Sustainable Building Award” for AGC Glass Building (01/577), (E18-677); (BE).
  • GOLDEN RULES OF URBAN PLANNING 2017, Brussels, 2017-11-16. Category I: “Prize for a new construction or complex” for Europa (01/494). Category II: “Prize for a restored, transformed or refurbished construction or complex”: nomination for the renovation of 150 housing units for the Foyer Bruxellois, rue des Minimes/Miniemenstraat in Brussels (01/421) and nomination for the Brugmann Hospital (01/312). (E18-683); (BE).
  • URBAN PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE PRIZE IN WALLOON BRABANT, Villers-la-Ville, 2017-12-15. First Prize for the Headquarters of AGC Glass Europe in Louvain-la-Neuve (01/577), (E18-678); (BE).

  • DESIGN CURIAL: “Gas station design – The World’s 10 best filling stations for 2016, 2016-04-01 for Orival (01/365) in 2nd place and Houten (01/363) in 5th place out of 10; (GB).
  • THE PLAN AWARD 2016, Venice Italy, 2016-05-25. Category “Administrative building”: EUROPA (01/494), winner; AGC (01/575), finalist.  Category “Housing”: houses Manneriehof (01/562) and Hubert (01/584), finalists (10/18/652).
  • STAALBOUW WEDSTRIJD – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2016 (STEEL CONSTRUCTION AWARD), Affligem, 15 November 2016. Nomination for the Fire Station of Charleroi (01/569), (10/18/657); (BE).
  • FEBE ELEMENTS AWARDS 2016, Antwerp, 29 November 2016. Nomination for the Fire Station of  Charleroi (01/569), (10/18/658); (BE).

  • FOREIGN BUILDING OF THE YEAR. Czech Architecture and Building Foundation, Prague. Bethlehem Chapel, 13 October 2015. For AGC GLASS Building (01/577) (10/18/2547).

  • European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – MIES VAN DER ROHE Award 2015. Nomination 2014-11-07 for AGC GLASS Building (01/577).
  • STAALBOUWWEDSTRIJD – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2014, Brussels, 27 November 2014. Nomination for AGC GLASS Building (01/577).

  • BELGIAN PRIZE FOR ENERGY AND ARCHITECTURE 2013. Selection for Manneriehof (01/562) and the house for Alain Hubert (01/584).

  • PRIX BRUXELLES HORTA – BRUSSEL HORTA PRIJS. Among 7 projects, selection on 2012-02-27 for the Marnix building (01/489)(10/18/621).
  • INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE. Fassa Bortolo, Universita di Ferrara, 2012-06-25. Honorable Mention with the Marnix building (01/489) (10/18/623).

  • TROPHEE BENELUX DE LA GALVANISATION A CHAUD 2011 (BENELUX TROPHY FOR HOT-DIP GALVANISING 2011). Spoorwegmuseum, Utrecht, 26 May 2011. Nomination for the center GALAXIA in Libin-Transinne (01/518) (10/18/612). In : (1080)
  • INTERNATIONAL PRIZE DEDALO MINOSSE 2010/2011. Vicenza. Olympic Theatre of Palladio, 24 June 2011, Commendation for the Center GALAXIA in Libin-Transinne (01/518) (10/18/615).

  • BELGIAN BUILDING AWARDS (16th edition): 4 February 2010, Category “Non-Residential Building”: nomination for the office building SEM, Marnix avenue (01/489) (10/18/609).
  • PREMIO INTERNAZIONALE ARCHITECTURA SOSTENIBLE / INTER-NATIONAL PRIZE FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE (Facoltà di Architettura di Ferrara), 30 June 2010, nomination for the train station of Leuven (01/389) (10/18/608).
  • STAALBOUW WEDSTRIJD – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2010, Louvain-la-Neuve, 18 November 2010. Category: “Sustainable Construction”: First Prize for Galaxia (01/518). Category: “Civil engineering and road structure”: nomination for the Snepbrug (01/436) (10/18/610).
  • JOURNEE DU PATRIMOINE EN REGION WALLONNE (HERITAGE DAY IN THE WALLOON REGION). Architecture Faculty of the University of Liège, 2010-09-11/12. First Public Prize for the Leopold Senghor auditorium in Gembloux (01/300) (10/18/2387).
  • GRAND PRIX D’ARCHITECTURE DE WALLONIE, first edition, Namur, 29 October 2010. Nomination in “category 2: Equipement Collectif” (public project) for the highway rest area of Orival (01/365); (10/18/611).

  • ECCS Biannual EUROPEAN STEEL DESIGN AWARD 2009, Barcelona, Spain, 17 September 2009, First Prize for the Train Station of Leuven (01/389).
  • TROPHEE BENELUX de la GALVANISATION, BENELUX TROFEE voor THERMISCH VERZINKING (10/18/603) – 2009 – Antwerp, 23 April 2009. Public Prize and nomination for the Train Station of Leuven (01/389), third prize for Galaxia (01/518), nomination for the Glass Center in Lommel (01/469).
  • GREEN GOOD DESIGN 2009, the world’s leading sustainable green design – AWARDS 2009. The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design / The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies / Chicago – Dublin – Athens (10/18/598). Prize for the Antarctic Base “Princess Elisabeth” (01/523) and for the Headquarters of the Council of the European Union (01/494).

 

  • INTERNATIONAL PRIZE DEDALO MINOSSE 2007/2008. Vicenza, Olympic Theatre of Palladio, 30 May 2008, Commendation for the laboratories of the AZ-VUB (01/409).
  • BAUHÄREPRÄIS OAI 2008; Cultural Centre of Neumünster Abbey, Luxembourg-Grund, 4 June 2008. Distinction for the whole of the 25 housing units in Grunewald – Kirchberg Plateau (01/473).
  • STAALBOUW WEDSTRIJD – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2008, Brussels, 4 December 2008. Category “Non-Residential Building”: First Prize for the Train Station of Leuven (01/389), and nomination for the building of the CPAS rue de l’Epée (01/413).

  • GA GLOBAL AWARDS FOR SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE. Villa Savoye, 25 September 2007; with Alejandro ARAVENA – Elemental Team (Chile), Fabrizio CARÔLA (Italy), Andrew FREEAR Rural Studio (Allabama, USA), Caren SMUTH (South Africa).
  • EPAMSA (Etablissement Public d’Aménagement du Mantois Seine Aval); CAP (Cité  de l’Architecture et du Parlement, Paris); DAM (Deutch Architectuur Museum, Frankfurt); MFA (Museum of Finish Architectur, Helsinki); IABL (Internation Bienale of Architecture, Ljubljana); IUAV (Institut Universitaria di Architectura di Venezia); CIVA (Centre International pour la Ville et l’Architecture, Brussels).
  • Symposium at the City of Architecture of Paris, 3 and 4 March, then in Ljubljana on 5 and 6 March 2008 (award ceremony on 2008-09-22 at the villa Savoye).
  • LEAF AWARDS 2007, London, 29 November 2007 (Leading European Architects Forum). Nominated in the category “International Building of the Year Award” for the Glass Center in Lommel (01/469)
  • INTERNATIONAL PRIZE DEDALO MINOSSE 2005/2006. Vicenza, Olympic Theatre of Palladio, 30 June 2006. Special Prize for the Fire Station of Houten (01/373).

  • TROPHEE BENELUX de la GALVANISATION. BENELUX TROFEE voor THERMISCH VERZINKING – 2005, Ghent, 24 March 2005. First Prize for the Total gas station in Hellebecq (01/386).

  • SEPTIEME REGLES D’OR DE L’URBANISME (SEVENTH GOLDEN RULES FOR URBAN PLANNING), Brussels,  25 May 2004, Mobility Award. Collective winner for the expansion of the subway towards “Erasme” (01/283), and nominated for the walkway to the Parc des Expositions (01/330).
  • STAALBOUW WEDSTRIJD 2004 – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2004, Brussels, 22 November 2004, joint First Prize (special prize from the jury) in the category “Non-Residential Building” for the Erasme Metro Station (01/283); and nomination in the same category for the Total gas station in Hellebecq (01/386).

  • BELGIAN BUILDING AWARDS, Brussels, 26 February 2003, Heritage Prize for the Flagey building (01/251).
  • BELGIAN ARCHITECTURAL AWARD. Brussels, 30 October 2003, First Prize in the category “New Non-Residential Construction” for the TotalFinaElf gas station in Orival (01/365).

  • BRUSSELS REGION; February 20th 2002. Samyn and Partners is awarded the Label “Eco-dynamic Enterprise, one star” for its effort in sustainable management of its offices.
  • BELGIAN ARCHITECTURAL AWARD, Brussels, March 6th 2002. Energy Award for the AULA MAGNA (01/291) in Louvain-la-Neuve.
  • NATIONALE STAALPRIJS 2002 – NEDERLAND, Amersfoort, October 10th 2002. First prize in the category “Industrial Buildings” for the Houten Fire Station (01/373).
  • STAALBOUW WEDSTRIJD – CONCOURS CONSTRUCTION ACIER 2002, Brussels, November 21th 2002. First prize in the category “Non-residential buildings” for the ORIVAL service station (01/365); nomination fot the AULA MAGNA (01/291) in the category “Non-residential buildings”; nominations for the ESPACE CH. DOTREMONT (01/379) in the category : “Specific element in steel”.
  • EUROPEAN PRIZE FOR CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE MIES van der ROHE AWARD 2003, Barcelona. As of 2002.10.14 : nomination for the Orival Service Station (01/365).

  • SINT-LUKAS ARCHIEF, Brussels, 25th January 2001. “At the beginning of the 21st century, Sint-Lukas Archief nominates Philippe SAMYN (Samyn and Partners – Setesco) who upbrings architecture both individually and in collaboration through his daily engagement.” Award received along with peer engineers René GREISCH, Laurent NEY and Dirk JASPAERT.

  • BELGIAN ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS, Brussels, 1st March 2000. First Prize, category «Reconversion of a valuable old building», for “Groenhof” (01/352), selected for the SMITHKLINE BEECHAM REASEARCH CENTER in Rixensart (01/317). (Belgium).
  • ARCHITECTURE PRIZE “BRUXELLES – HORTA”, Brussels, 8th March 2000. Special Mention for the building “CRYSTAL”, at the intersection of avenue Cortenberg and avenue Michel Ange in Brussels (01/260). (Belgium).
  • “LES EQUERRES D’OR” 2000, City of Charleroi, 29th March 2000. Prize for the HEADQUARTERS OF DUPUIS PUBLISHING COMPANY (01/286). (Belgium).
  • ALUMINIUM AWARD ID & E. DUITSCHLAND Essen, 19th September 2000. Nomination for the PRINCESSE ASTRID HALL (01/330). (Belgium).
  • NATIONAL STEELPRIZE 2000. NETHERLANDS Amersfoort, 12th October 2000. Nomination for the TOTALFINA SERVICE STATION in Houten (01/363). (The Netherlands).
  • STEEL CONSTRUCTION AWARDS 2000, Brussels, 16th November 2000. Nomination in category A for the SMITHKLINE BEECHAM BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH CENTER (01/317) and in category C for the ORANGERY OF THE SENEFFE CASTLE (01/329). (Belgium).

  • BENELUX TROPHEE OF GALVANISATION, 15th February 1999. Third prize for the stairs of the SMITHKLINE BEECHAM BIOLOGICALS RESEARCH CENTRE in Rixensart (01/317). (The Netherlands).
  • TRENDS TENDANCES competition for the Building of the Year, Brussels, April 14th 1999. Nominated for the building, “CRYSTAL” at the intersection of avenue Cortenberg and avenue Michel-Ange, Brussels (01/260). (Belgium).
  • THE 1999 DUPONT BENEDICTUS AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN ARCHITECTURAL LAMINATED GLASS, AIA annual convention, Dallas, Texas, 8th May 1999. Special Recognition for the WALLOON BRANCH OF FORESTRY REPRODUCTION MATERIALS (01/279). (USA).

  • BELGIAN STEEL CONSTRUCTION AWARDS 1998, Brussels, 26th October 1998. First prize in category B (specific elements in steel) for the glazed roof of the PETROFINA RESTAURANT (01/313). Nominated in category A (Building with steel or mixed structure) for the CNP HEADQUARTERS (01/320). Nominated in category B for the stairs of the DUPUIS PUBLISHING COMPANY HEADQUARTERS (01/286) and with the FINA SERVICE STATION in Wanlin (01/314). (Belgium).
  • RENOSPECTO NATIONAL ARCHITECTURE PRIZE 1998, for the revitalisation and reconversion of the urban and architectural heritage, 7th December 1998. Nominated for the SENGHOR AUDITORIUM (01/300). (Belgium).

  • TRENDS TENDANCES, competition for the Building of the Year, Brussels, June 1997. Finalist for the HEADQUARTERS OF SEGHERS ENGINEERING (01/310). (Belgium).
  • INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR TEXTILE ARCHITECTURE 1997, European Working Group for Textile Architecture, Frankfurt-am-Main, 12th May 1997. Prize for the FINA SERVICE STATION in Wanlin (01/314); (Germany).

  • INDUSTRIAL FABRICS ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL. 1996 INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS. Outstanding achievement in the category “Air and Tension” Structures, 10.000 to 30.000 square feet; St Paul, Minnesota, 7th November 1996. (USA).
  • EURO-BELGIAN ARCHITECTURAL AWARDS 1996, BRUSSELS, 9th February 1996. First prize for THE PETROFINA RESTAURANT (01/313) and a special mention for THE WALLOON BRANCH OF FORESTRY REPRODUCTION MATERIALS (01/279). (Belgium).
  • TRENDS TENDANCES, competition for the Building of the Year, Brussels, 5th June 1996. Award for the DUPUIS PUBLISHING COMPANY HEADQUARTERS (01/286) and finalist for the OFFICES OF SAMYN AND PARTNERS (01/265). (Belgium).

  • The buildings BRUSSIMO (01/225), DESIGN BOARD (01/147) and ULB MEDICINE FACULTY AUDITORIUM (01/270), are listed as part of the Brussels Architectural Heritage. (Belgium).
  • TRENDS-TENDANCES, competition for the Industrial Building of the Year, Brussels, March 1995. Nominated for the WALLOON BRANCH OF FORESTRY REPRODUCTION MATERIALS (01/279). (Belgium).

  • SIXTH BELGIAN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS, Brussels, 11th February 1994. First Prize in First Category for BRUSSIMO (01/225). (Belgium).
  • THIRD “RÈGLES D’OR DE L’URBANISME”, Brussels, 6th May 1994. Prize for the rational use of energy for BRUSSIMMO (01/225). (Belgium).
  • BUND DEUTSCHER ARCHITEKTEN – DEUTSCHE MESSE, CONSTRUCTEC PRIZE 1994, Hannover, 2nd November 1994. European Prize for Industrial Architecture for M&G RICERCHE (01/222). (Germany).
  • TRENDS-TENDANCES, Competition for the Industrial Building of the Year, Brussels, 6th May 1994. Nominated for BRUSSIMMO (01/225). (Belgium).

  • QUATERNARIO ’93 , International Award for Innovative Technology in Architecture, Singapore, 3rd December 1993. Finalist for OCAS (01/223). (Singapore).
  • ECCS – EUROPEAN STEEL DESIGN AWARD 1993, Paris, October 1993. First Prize for OCAS (01/223). (France).
  • TRENDS-TENDANCES, Competition for the Industrial Building of the Year, Brussels, July 1993. Nominated for Shell Chemical Research Centre (01/160). (Belgium).

  • FOURTH BELGIAN ARCHITECTURAL AWARD Brussels, 19th February 1992. First prize in first category for OCAS (01/223). (Belgium).
  • FABRIMETAL – BELGO-LUXEMBOURGEOIS STEEL INFORMATION CENTER, Competition for the most beautiful works in steel, Brussels, July 1992. First Prize in the category “Buildings” for OCAS (01/223), honourable mention (no prize granted) in the category “Civil Works” for the Fina Research bridge (01/197). (Belgium).

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