Benedetta Tagliabue presents the key highlights from the practice’s last 30 years designing iconic educational, cultural and domestic buildings.
Benedetta Tagliabue is an internationally renowned architect, with works and direct commissions all over the world, and founder of studio Benedetta Tagliabue – EMBT, with offices in Barcelona, Shanghai and Paris.
Benedetta’s most notable works include the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, the Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona and the Spanish Pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, winner of the prestigious RIBA Best International Building 2011 Award.
The studio has several projects under construction in China, Italy, and Germany, and participates in largest international competitions. It recently won the urban plan for Century Square in Shanghai and the Shenzhen Conservatory of Music, one of the ten cultural buildings of the city’s new era.
Her work has received various National Prizes as well as the RIBA Jencks Award in 2013, and recently this year she received the Leadership Award, introduced this year at the World Smart City Award 2021, for her important contributions to globally disseminate sustainable and humane city models.
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