The almost 100 entries for this first edition coming from a number of European countries were
assessed by the Jury through in-depth analysis of the documentation presented.
The Jury came to a unanimous decision, indicating the various projects for their specific quality
and conformity to the competition criteria: “architectural restoration projects which have sensitively
interpreted the principles of conservative restoration… in some cases using contemporary forms
These criteria were interpreted in different ways by the individual participants with consistently
interesting and correct entries varying in their approach from the innovative to the conservative,
while maintaining the necessary and often inevitable openness to the contribution made by
architecture of our time.
The cases considered ranged from individual monuments, through a wider urban context, parks
and gardens, to landscaping projects.
The 2010 Prize's jury
Giovanni Carbonara (Chairman)
Erich G. Steinmayr
Riccardo Dalla Negra
Marcello Balzani (Secretary)
Download the Jury Report in English