MCHAP 2023 finalists


MCHAP 2023 finalists


The organization of the Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP) has named the six finalists for the biennial award that recognizes outstanding works of architecture built on the American continent.

Completed between 2018 and 2021, the projects were selected by a jury chaired by Sandra Barclay, a founding partner at Barclay & Crousse.

The winner will be announced on 24 March at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, designed by Mies van de Rohe.

The shortlisted buildings are:

Guadalupe Market in Tapachula (Mexico), by Colectivo C733. Photo: Zaickz Moz

Valois Housing Building in Asunción (Paraguay), by José Cubilla. Photo: Luis Ayala

Park in the Prado Neighborhood in Medellín (Colombia), by Édgar I. Mazo. Photo: Isaac Ramírez Marín

Anahuacalli Museum expansion in Mexico City, by Taller | Mauricio Rocha. Photo: Onnis Luque

The Polygon Gallery in Vancouver (Canada), by Patkau Architects. Photo: James Dow

The Menil Drawing Institute in Houston (United States), by Johnston Marklee. Photo: Richard Barnes

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