Az Európai Unió Kortárs Építészeti díj 2024. - Mies Van der Rohe-díj - 7 döntőse

Az Európai Unió Kortárs Építészeti díj 2024. - Mies Van der Rohe-díj - 7 döntőse

The 5 Architecture finalist works are the Plato Contemporary Art Gallery in Ostrava (Moravia-Silesia, Czech Republic) by KWK Promes (Katowice, Poland); the Study Pavilion on the Campus of the Technical University of Braunschweig (Lower Saxony, Deutschland) by Gustav Düsing & Max Hacke (Berlin, Deutschland); the Reggio School in Madrid, (Community of Madrid, Spain) by ANDRES JAQUE / OFFICE FOR POLITICAL INNOVATION (Madrid, Spain); the Rebirth of the Convent Saint-François in Sainte-Lucie-de-Tallano / Santa Lucia de Tallà (Corsica, France) by Amelia Tavella Architectes (Aix en Provence, France); and the Häge in Lund (Scania County, Sweden ) by Brendeland & Kristoffersen architects (Oslo, Norway).

The 2 Emerging finalist works are the Gabriel García Márquez Library in Barcelona (Catalonia, Spain) by SUMA arquitectura (Madrid, Spain) and the Square and Tourist Office in Piódão (Central Portugal, Portugal) by Branco del Rio (Coimbra, Portugal).
In March, the jury will visit the five architecture finalist works and will decide on the Prize Winners. The announcement of both the Architecture Winner and the Emerging Winner will take place on 25 April in CIVA, Brussels.
The Awards Ceremony will take place on 14 May 2024 at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona. Save the date for the lectures, debates, exhibition opening and celebration with the jury members, winners, finalists, clients and other guests and representatives.

Barcelona, 20 February 2024

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, have revealed the seven finalists that will compete for the 2024 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies van der Rohe Awards, 5 in the Architecture category and 2 in the Emerging category. The jury considers that the 7 finalist works encourage and become references for local city policies which can become global European models, because they all create high-quality inclusive living environments. Most of them transform and improve the conditions of rather small communities in places that had gone through different processes of oblivion: former industrial areas and small rural villages. Those works in bigger cities are implemented in rather peripheric areas, building strong associations with the existing neighbourhoods. The seven works exceed the paradigm of sustainability and dignify everyday architecture, the places where we inhabit and learn, where we meet and discuss and enjoy ourselves.

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