Barozzi/Veiga is an architecture and urbanism studio founded in 2004 in Barcelona by Fabrizio Barozzi and Alberto Veiga. It won several awards and international competitions including the restructuring of the Saint Clair Palace in Ubeda, the Eagles Auditorium, the headquarters of D.O. Ribera del Duero in Roa, the Philarmonic hall in Szczecin, the Museum of fine arts in Lausanne, the extension of the Bündner Kunstmuseum in Chur, the Music school in Bruneck and the dance school in Zurich. The projects of the studio have been mentioned in any exhibitions and a wide specialized press. Barozzi/Veiga won numerous international awards and design mentions including the Ajac Award in 2007 launched by the Architects' Council of Barcelona, the international award “Barbara Cappochin” 2011, the gold medal for Italian architecture in 2012 during the 4th edition of the Triennale of Milan and the award of the Young Talent of the Italian Architecture promoted by the National Council of Landscape Architects, Planners and Conservators. In 2014 the studio was selected as one of the 10 innovative studios of the year by the American magazine Architectural Record. Recently, the studio has won the European Union award for the contemporary Architecture 2015 Mies van der Rohe Award.