Anna Ramos interviews Jürgen Mayer in the frame of the first edition SPAM, a festival to spread a renewed culture of the project and to bring the attention on the problems and issues that regulate the urban, social and economic transformations of great contemporary metropolises.
From the analysis of three objects, different speakers will explain the legacy of the Modern Movement in our country on the occasion of the centenary of the foundation of the school.
The two-day event seeks to disseminate knowledge and promote the exchange of ideas between Germany and Spain on the legacy of the legendary school.
Enjoy a Saturday morning knowing one of the hidden treasures of the city of Barcelona and get ready to discover it to your students!
Intervention 1:100 Past and Present by Michael Wesely presentation with artist talk and debate on September 26 at 18:30: Michael Wesely and Joachim Jäger (curator) with Ivan Blasi as moderator (Fundació Mies van der Rohe). Presentation with the Deputy General Consul of Germany in Barcelona, Theodor Proffe and the directors of the Goethe Institut, Judith […]
The best Polish architecture on Warsaw’s boulevards.
A camera set up by the artist from September 2017 to September 2018 inside the Pavilion, has been recorded over the course of a whole year. The result is a unique photographic image. Everything that moves and is fleeting is no longer there. A tribute to the 100th year of the Bauhaus and what it left us.
We present the EU Mies Award in an informative session on the “Creative Europe – Culture” program
Presentation with the director of one of the films, Jaime Olías talking with Bibiana Ballbè about his film and the ability to explain the EU through fiction.
Presented by: Rafael Cañete, sound artist and Celia Marín, architect.
the works of the YTAA will be displayed at University of Zagreb – Faculty of Architecture.
Two documentaries in the cycle Berlín: Architecture, cinema and Bauhaus: “Movement built” by Knut Klaßen, Carsten Krohn and Karsten Schubert and “Passage to the house” by Knut Klaßen and Carsten Krohn
Casa Vilaró (Barcelona), houses by Olivier Strebelle and Willy Van Der Meer (Belgium), houses by Giuseppe Fiorelli and Sol LeWitt (Italy) and Marcel Iancu house (Bucharest).
A film about the real estate boom in Berlin in 2001, to promote a debate on the contrasts from the reality of that moment to the social and political commitment that has transformed the landscape of the current city.
closing ceremony of the ETSAB course «Architecture and cinema» 2019 by Professor Antonio Pizza, film director María Mauti and photographer Ciro Frank Schiappa.
The scale model of the Skjern river pumping stations that was incorporated into the collection of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe when they were selected to the EU Mies Award 2017 is exhibited in Lisbon.
ADFF screens the documentary at this year American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention
This layout disseminates the work of European architects around the world and creates important discussions and synergies on ways of designing, building and using places, cities and territories.
The curatorial team of the Triennal in Lisbon along with other expert voices will open a debate and a round of questions and answers about the subjective and non-scientific aspects of architecture in relation to a rationality that can be shared and understood by any person.
First screening of the summer film series of the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion with a tribute to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Bauhaus school in Weimar.
The Pavilion that Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich erected in Barcelona in 1929 has been interpreted as a stage of representation and related to classical architecture. The presentation of the book by Andrés Garcés takes us into an analysis of architecture as a socio-physical reality that goes far beyond the typological analyzes […]
Updated with new reflections of those who reconstructed it in 1986.
Presentació a càrrec de Anna Ramos
Come and explore this unknown piece of rationalist architecture that humanized the hard work environment of the automobile factory.
As part of the Night of the Museums, on the 18th, the students of the Institut del Teatre drama school will offer a series of short contemporary dance pieces specially designed for the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion’s space.
With historians Celia Miralles and José Pardo-Tomàs will visit the building and talk about medicine, science, urbanism and social conflict.
The Mies van der Rohe Pavilion will have open doors and free access from 19 h to 1h.
Thorough essay on rationalist architecture in Barcelona and the GATCPAC.
During the ceremony will take place the colloquium-debate “Heritage: after the interventions”
The artistic piece from Mies Missing Materiality intervention at Mies van der Rohe Pavilion is displayed as shortlisted project in the category of the ephemeral interventions to FAD awards
A two‑week residency aimed to tackle how can a contemporary artist help to preserve and highlight Europe’s architectural heritage. Applications before 15 May!
Round table of presentation of the European project Artists in Architecture. Re-activating Modern European Houses.
Visit this rationalist icon and get to know the process of research and documentation of the Re-thinking Guernica project.
The Parasitic Reading Room Barcelona is a spontaneous school, made up of a group of people who read aloud a selection of texts under the theme: A city of differences, introducing gender issues in the way of understanding, building, and living the city.
A project to celebrate the Bauhaus centenary, an 8 m2 cubicle of recycled plastic printed in 3D with an innovative and sustainable technology that presents the Bauhaus world inside.
Is it possible to connect 383 architectural works or 446 architectural studios? This is the challenge of this publication that presents, through images, texts and plans, the set of all the works nominated for the EU Mies Award 2019 that despite sharing a geography (Europe), an objective (quality) and a time (completion from 2017 to […]
Models, videos and images of European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2019
A day around the Prize that brings together people interested in architecture from all over to participate in the Symposium, the presentation of the catalogue, the exhibition and the Award ceremony.
An allusion to the emblematic Bauhaus Ballet with which Schlemmer broke with the conventions to explore the relationship between body and space with new forms, with the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion as the stage.
Retrospective of the artistic interventions from our archive.
A prize aimed at opening the debate on how architecture is taught in European schools and beyond.
A finissage event will take place on May 9, 17:30h at the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences.
The Winner is Transformation of 530 Dwellings – Grand Parc Bordeaux by Lacaton & Vassal, Frédéric Druot Architecture and Christophe Hutin Architecture.
The Emerging Architecture prize is granted to the School Refectory in Montbrun-Bocage by BAST.
A biopic that takes us to a complete tour of the life and work of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
All the works that have participated in this year’s edition of the Prize available for students, teaching staff and visitors of the Architecture School to check out.
a conversation to present the book, the short film and a piece of art.
the Pavilion hosts the performance of one of the leading figures of the twentieth-century musical avantgarde played by the pianist Lluïsa Espigolé.
Anna Ramos, director of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, will moderate the debate.
A section of an original column of the Pavilion and a compilation of images of the archive will be part of this exhibition at La Virreina – Centre de la Imatge.
This year’s announcement will happen as part of the 2019 Creative Exchange, organized by the Future Architecture Platform.
The Fundació Mies van der Rohe presents an extensive program of activities that will be carried out both in the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion and in other locations in order to promote the interest on architectural culture