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The Awards Ceremony 2009 took place in the beautiful Sicilian city of Taormina on June 5th 2009.

The juries awarded 28 prizes in 4 categories out of hundreds of applications.

The juries also awarded 7 Grand Prize Winners out of these 28 which were announced during the ceremony.

 

Category 1 - Conservation: 


· Gozzoburg Medieval building, AUSTRIA
· Grotenfelt Family Burial Chapel's wall paintings, FINLAND
· Kesälahti Church Bell Tower, FINLAND [Grand Prize]
· Dokumentationsstätte Regierungsbunker, GERMANY
· Archaeological Site of Nicopolis, GREECE
· Mátra Museum in Gyöngyös, HUNGARY [Grand Prize]
· The Church of Saints Faustino and Giovita, ITALY [Grand Prize]
· Macro Future and Alternative Economy City, ITALY
· Via Latina at Coimbra, PORTUGAL
· La Casería de los Tomillos, SPAIN
· The Church of Santa María La Mayor, SPAIN
· Stanley Mills, UNITED KINGDOM
· Logie Schoolhouse, UNITED KINGDOM
· The Pier Arts Centre, UNITED KINGDOM
· High Level Bridge at Newcastle-Gateshead upon Tyne, UNITED KINGDOM [Grand Prize]
 
Category 2 — Research:
 
· Study, Assessment and Design for the Structural and Architectural Restoration of the Bedestan, CYPRUS
· Series of five restoration catalogues from 2004 to 2008 of the Olomouc Museum of Art, CZECH REPUBLIC
· An Inventory of Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Ireland, IRELAND
· Global Climate change impact on built heritage and cultural landscape: the Noah's Ark Project, ITALY [Grand Prize]
 
Category 3 — Dedicated service:
 
· Dr. Glenn Murray, SPAIN [Grand Prize]
· Fundación de la Comunidad Valenciana La Luz de las Imágenes, SPAIN
· Professor David Walker, OBE, UNITED KINGDOM
 
Category 4 — Education, training and awareness-raising:
 
· Maison du patrimoine médiéval mosan, BELGIUM
· Sustainable Aegean Programme, GREECE [Grand Prize]
· A proposed teaching method for reading the landscape: Pontemanco, ITALY
· Academia Istropolitana Nova, SLOVAKIA
· “Culture Ants” project, TURKEY
· Upper Colne Valley dry stone walling project, UNITED KINGDOM 


More info

 

Press Release Grand Prize Winners 2009

Press Release Winners 2009

Awards Magazine 2009 PDF

Award Winners 2009 Videoclips

Award Winners 2009 Photos