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Mies van der Rohe Award 2019

Geschrieben am 16.01.2019
Kategorie(n): Arch+ news, Ausstellung, Mies van der Rohe Award

European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture: 383 nominees, 40 now shortlisted

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The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award is granted every two years to acknowledge and reward quality architectural production in Europe.

In this way, the Award draws attention to the major contribution by European professionals to the development of new ideas and technologies. At the same time, it offers both individuals and public institutions an opportunity to reach a clearer understanding of the cultural role of architecture in the construction of our cities. Furthermore, the Award sets out to foster architecture in two significant ways: by stimulating greater circulation of professional architects throughout the entire European Union in response to transnational commissions and by supporting young architects as they set off on their careers.

Candidates for the Award are put forward by a broad group of independent experts from all over Europe, as well as from the architects’ associations that form part of the European Council of Architects and other European national architects’ associations.

As one of these experts, ARCH+ chief editor Anh-Linh Ngo did propose a selection of candidates from Germany, now beeing amongst the nominees!

At each two-yearly edition, the jury selects two winners: one that receives the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture in recognition of its conceptual, technical and constructional qualities, and the other that receives the Emerging Architect prize. All the nominated works are included in both the Award catalogue and exhibition.

The Winners of the Prize and the Emerging Architect also receive a sculpture evoking Mies van der Rohe’s German Pavilion. The Pavilion is the genuine symbol of the Award. Regarded as one of the best architectural works of the twentieth century, the Pavilion embodies the main objectives that led to the institution of the Award: excellence and innovation in conceptual and constructional terms.

The Fundació publishes a catalogue, which features all the nominated works for each edition of the Award.

From the 383 projects proposed by experts around Europe, the jury has shortlisted 40 competing for the Mies Award 2019. Out of the 18 projects from Germany, the only 2 (both nominated by Anh-Linh Ngo, chief editor of ARCH+) shortlisted are:

• Residential and studio building at the former Berlin flower market in Berlin by HEIDE & VON BECKERATH | ifau

• Terracehouse Berlin in Berlin by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon, Muck Petzet Architekten

We published the Terracehouse by Brandlhuber+ Emde in our issue ARCH+ 233: Norm-Architektur – Von Durand zu BIM on 16 pages in our special print format ARCH+ features, which was prepared by a presentation on site of the project in September 2018.

The Residential and studio building at the former Berlin flower market by HEIDE & VON BECKERATH | ifau was published in ARCH+ 232: An Atlas of Commoning: Orte des Gemeinschaffens, and featured on site in July 2018. The issue An Atlas of Commoning is also available in English and serves as the catalogue of the ifa touring exhibition curated by ARCH+. After the German premier in June 2018 the exhibition will have its world premier in Pittsburgh in June 2019.
 

All 40 projects shortlisted:

ALBANIA

• Skanderbeg Square in Tirana by 51N4E, Plant en Houtgoed, Anri Sala, iRI


AUSTRIA

• House of Music Innsbruck in Innsbruck by Erich Strolz, Dietrich | Untertrifaller Architekten
• Aspern Federal School in Vienna by fasch&fuchs.architekten
• Performative Brise-Soleil in Vienna by StudioVlayStreeruwitz ZT-GMBH


BELGIUM

• Residential care center KAPELLEVELD in Ternat by architecten de vylder vinck taillieu
• PC CARITAS in Melle by architecten de vylder vinck taillieu
• Ryhove Urban Factory in Ghent by Trans
• De Krook library in Ghent by Coussée & Goris, RCR Arquitectes


DENMARK

• Streetmekka Viborg in Viborg by EFFEKT
• Hammershus Visitors Centre in Hammershus by Arkitema Architects, Christoffer Harlang
• LEGO House in Billund by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group


ESTONIA

• Arvo Pärt Centre in Tallinn by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos


FINLAND

• Helsinki Central Library Oodi in Helsinki by ALA Architects Ltd.


FRANCE

• The Perret Hall - Cultural Centre in Montataire by Atelier d'architecture Pierre Hebbelinck, HBAAT - HELEEN HART — MATHIEU BERTELOOT
• Museum of Arts, Nantes in Nantes by Stanton Williams
• E26 (school refectory) in Montbrun-Bocage by BAST
• ‘Théodore Gouvy’ Theatre in Freyming-Merlebach in Freyming-Merlebach by Dominique Coulon et associés
• Transformation of 530 dwellings - Grand Parc Bordeaux in Bordeaux by Frédéric Druot Architecture, Lacaton & Vassal architectes, Christophe Hutin Architecture
• ENSAE PARISTECH, Campus Paris-Saclay in Paris by CAB ARCHITECTES (CALORI AZIMI BOTINEAU)
• Lafayette Anticipations in Paris by OMA - Office for Metropolitan Architecture


GERMANY

• Residential and studio building at the former Berlin flower market in Berlin by HEIDE & VON BECKERATH, ifau
• Terracehouse Berlin in Berlin by Brandlhuber+ Emde, Burlon, Muck Petzet Architekten


IRELAND

• St. Mary's Medieval Mile Museum in Kilkenny by McCullough Mulvin Architects
• 14 Henrietta Street in Dublin by Shaffrey Architects


ITALY

• M9 Museum District in Venice by Sauerbruch Hutton
• Prada productive headquarter in Arezzo by Canali associati s.r.l.


NETHERLANDS

• Musis Sacrum in Arnhem by van Dongen – Koschuch Architects and Planners
• Visitor center park Vijversburg in Leeuwarden by STUDIO MAKS


POLAND

• Silesia University's Radio and Television department in Katowice by BAAS arquitectura, Grupa 5 Architekci, Małeccy Biuro Projektowe


PORTUGAL

• Lisbon Cruise Terminal in Lisbon by Carrilho da Graça


ROMANIA

• Restoration, refurbishment of the headquarters of the order of architects of Romania. Bucharest branch in Bucharest by STARH - Birou de arhitectura (Florian & Iulia Stanciu)
• Occidentului 40 in Bucharest by ADN Birou de Arhitectura


SERBIA

• Reconstruction of Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade in Belgrade by nooto, Dejan Todorović architect


SLOVAKIA

• Adaptation of the former factory Mlynica in Bratislava by GutGut


SPAIN

• Life Reusing Posidonia / 14 social dwellings in Sant Ferran, Formentera in Sant Ferran de ses Roques by IBAVI
• Civic Centre Lleialtat Santsenca in Barcelona by HARQUITECTES
• Plasencia Auditorium and Congress Centre in Plasencia by selgascano
• Desert City in Madrid by GARCIAGERMAN ARQUITECTOS
• House 1413 in Ullastret by HARQUITECTES
• Solo House in Matarranya by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen

 

Four weeks ago, the European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe were pleased to announce the names of the works competing in the 2019 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe
 
From the list of 383 projects:
 
27 of the projects are built in Spain
8 of the projects are built in Cyprus
21 of the projects are built in Belgium
8 of the projects are built in Ireland
19 of the projects are built in France
7 of the projects are built in The Netherlands
19 of the projects are built in the UK
7 of the projects are built in Estonia
18 of the projects are built in Germany
6 of the projects are built in Latvia
18 of the projects are built in Poland
7 of the projects are built in Romania
17 of the projects are built in Austria
7 of the projects are built in Serbia
17 of the projects are built in Italy
7 of the projects are built in Slovakia
17 of the projects are built in Portugal
7 of the projects are built in Sweden
13 of the projects are built in Croatia 
7 of the projects is built in Ukraine
13 of the projects are built in Lithuania
5 of the projects are built in Bulgaria
12 of the projects are built in Albania
5 of the projects are built in Luxembourg
12 of the projects are built in the Czech Rep.
5 of the projects are built in Malta
11 of the projects are built in Slovenia
4 of the projects are built in Greece
10 of the projects are built in Denmark
4 of the projects are built in North Macedonia
9 of the projects are built in Finland
3 of the projects are built in Iceland
9 of the projects are built in Hungary
3 of the projects are built in Kosovo
9 of the projects are built in Norway
2 of the projects are built in Bosnia - Herzegovina
8 of the projects are built in Georgia
2 of the projects are built in Montenegro
 
 
Buildings related to culture continue forming the biggest group of works with 15% of the total (4% less than in 2017), followed by mixed-use buildings with 14% (2,5% more than in 2017). These two groups are followed by collective and single housing and education facilities, which represent 10% each. Collective housing has increased 2%, a substantial increase with regard to the previous cycles of the Prize.
 
The Jury, formed by Dorte Mandrup, George Arbid, Angelika Fitz, Ștefan Ghenciulescu, Kamiel KlaasseMaría Langarita and Frank McDonald, will shortlist 40 projects and select the 5 finalist works which they will visit in April. The process will culminate with the Award Ceremony on May 7 at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion in Barcelona.
 
Read more at miesarch.com
 

 

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