María Eizayaga (Argentina), and Daniel Alcalá (Mexico), participants of the MCH'2017, have received the 1st Prize for their proposal in the "Open International Competition for Alternative Layout Design in Standard Housing" in Russia.
Their proposal called "MoDom (Modular + DOM)", was selected as one of the winners of the final stage of the "Open International Competition for Alternative Layout Design in Standard Housing" in Russia. The jury highlighted their proposal "for solutions in which versatility leads to diversity".
The team was formed by María Eizayaga, Daniel Alcalá (STVX), Emilio López, Alberto Sánchez (STVX), Oscar Hernández (STVX), Paulina Hernández (STVX), Samuel Orona (STVX), Julio Carranza (STVX), Alan Villalobos (STVX) and Joaquín Eizayaga.
The competition, promoted by The Russian Ministry of Construction Industry, Housing and Utilities Sector, has the purpose "to expand the typologies of apartment layouts of medium and large size, which comply with modern requirements for providing for the comfort and security of the living environment, and which will be completed with the use of advanced construction technologies. Competition participants have the task of creating optimal planning solutions that will be easily adapted to the needs of various users groups and climate conditions in Russia, as well as to the changes introduced during the project implementation phase".
María Eizayaga (Argentina) is a Civil Engineer with specialization in Architecture and MCH'2017.
Daniel Alcalá (Mexico) is an Architect, MCH'2017, and Co-Director of the studio STVX based in Aguascalientes, Mexico.
MCH congratulates María and Daniel for this amazing result and we wish the best for the next step in Russia.