Grand Prix de l'urbanisme

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The Grand prix de l'urbanisme is awarded for urban planning in France by the Ministry for Ecology, Energy, Sustainable Development and Planning. The prize has been awarded annually since 1989, except during the period from 1994 until 1998, when it was not awarded.

A book is published each year, detailing the work of the award winner and other nominees.

Prize winners

Year Laureate
2017 Pierre Veltz[1]
2016 Ariella Masboungi
2015 Gérard Penot
2014 Frédéric Bonnet
2013 Paola Viganò
2012 François Grether
2011 Michel Desvigne[2]
2010 Laurent Théry
2009 François Ascher
2008 David Mangin
2007 Yves Lion
2006 Francis Cuillier
2005 Bernard Reichen
2004 Christian de Portzamparc
2003 Michel Corajoud
2002 Bruno Fortier
2001 Jean-Louis Subileau
2000 Alexandre Chemetoff
1999 Philippe Panerai and Nathan Starkman
1998 Christian Devillers
1993 Bernard Huet
1992 Antoine Grumbach
1991 Jean Dellus
1990 Jean-François Revert
1989 Michel Steinebach

External links

  • Grand prix de l'urbanisme (in French)

References

  1. ^ "Le Grand Prix de l’urbanisme 2017 décerné à Pierre Veltz", Le Moniteur, 26 April 2017
  2. ^ Michel Desvigne, Grand prix de l’Urbanisme Archived 2011-10-18 at the Wayback Machine., 12 mai 2011, actualité sur le site du ministère en charge du prix
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