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).
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.
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 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
Updated with new reflections of those who reconstructed it in 1986.
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 […]
From from October 15 to November 30 2019 the works of the YTAA 2018 will be displayed at he Faculty of Architecture in Prague +info
Berlin: Architecture, Cinema and Bauhaus
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.
A magnificent opportunity to enjoy music in this extraordinary space.
A tribute to the 100th year of the Bauhaus and what it left us.
Debate on Mies van der Rohe’s legacy 50 years after the architect’s death.
Based on the EUMiesAward archive.
YTAA rewards younger talents through the best final projects of European universities.
A short film in black and white that starts from the dance show in the composition of Fèlix Pastor and the dancer Sonia Fernández in which they rehearsed the visit of a woman in the German pavilion of Mies van der Rohe.
Winner proposal of the first Lilly Reich Grant for equality in architecture.