The New European Bauhaus has the ambition to make the Green Deal a cultural, human-centred and positive, tangible experience. Everyone should be able to feel, see and experience the green and digital transformation and the way it enhances our quality of life.
To accelerate the green transition, contribute to the recovery and ensure a better living together for all, we have to capitalise on the existing wealth of knowledge, experience and capacities as much as to call for new visions, ideas and solutions. The New European Bauhaus Prizes will encourage that.
The 2021 edition of the Prizes will contribute to the design phase of the initiative.
More information HERE.
From May 12 until June 10, 2021, visit the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 now on display at University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture.
There are 3 versions of the exhibition regarding the Europe and the Asia
edition: the first version contains the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Europe edition; the second version showcases the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Asia edition; the third one shows together the winner and the finalist projects of both the Europe and Asia editions
This version of the expo contains the winning and the finalist projects of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and the Asia Edition of Young Talent Architecture Award 2020.
Read more if you want to host the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020, HERE.
🔴 Day 1: 12.05.2021, 17:00h CEST
The architecture of chronic illness, cultivated ecologies and climate care are the key discussions on which people from different European places have worked on to improve our urban environment and will share their experiences.
17:00h “An architecture of chronic illness”
Screening of ‘On being and bathing’ by Anna Ulrikke Andersen
Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Oslo: “An architecture of chronic illness”, Future Architecture Platform participant
Rosa Clotet, Llongueras-Clotet arquitectes: Transformation Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Benedetta Tagliabue – Miralles Tagliabue EMBT: Kalida Sant Pau
Moderation: Anna Ramos, directora Fundació Mies van der Rohe
18:00h “Cultivated ecologies”
Sarantis Georgiou, Thessaloniki: “Cultivated ecologies”, Future Architecture Platform
Álvaro Alcázar Del Águila, Roser Garcia Llidó, Eduard Llargués i Asensio and Sergio Sangalli Borrego, OASI team, winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and Future Architecture Platform participants
Moderation: Anna Sala, curatorial development Fundació Mies van der Rohe
19:00h “Climate care”
Rosario Talevi, Soft Agency, Berlin: “Climate Care”, Future Architecture Platform participant
Cristina Gamboa, Lacol | arquitectura cooperativa
Ethel Baraona Pohl and César Reyes Nájera, dpr Barcelona
Collaborators: Future Architecture Platform (co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union); dpr barcelona
🔴 Day 2: 14.05.2021, 18:00h CEST
As a continuation of the debates Architecture for the Future – Landscapes for Care, this second session will feature the screening of “Two Houses” as a collateral event of the BARQ Festival, accompanied by a debate with Verena von Beckerath and Jens Franke with the colloquium “Domestic architecture, common heritage and speculations on the habitat of the future”.
Those present at the Barcelona Pavilion will enjoy the screening of “Two Houses”. Those joing on YouTube will be able to enjoy the videos “Casa Luz”, “Navez 5”, “Kleiburg” and “Grand Parc Bordeaux”. Following this, Verena von Beckerath and Jens Franke will present the aims of the documentary and the related topics. This second part will be open to everybody via the YouTube channel of Fundació Mies vand er Rohe, starting at 18:40 (CEST).
The documentary “Two Houses” participated in the Creative Exchange of the Future Architecture Platform and its screening and debate are part of this international event co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.
An exhibition opening on May 22nd and an event on 28th September 2021 as Collateral Event of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.
The results of the third edition of the Young Talent Architecture Award, enriched in 2020 with a parallel award in Asia, will be presented in an exhibition opening on 22nd May that will take place at Palazzo Mora (European Cultural Centre). The expo will show all the projects participating in the award with models and publications of the winning projects as well as photos, drawings, videos and images of all the shortlisted, finalist and winner works.
On 28th September 2021, an event will bring together the 7 Winners and the ten jury members as well as representatives from the organizing institutions, sponsors and supporters. The participants will engage in several conversations on some of today’s most talked about topics regarding architecture.
Young Talent Architecture Award 2020. Educating together
Dates: From 22 May until 21 November 2021
Place: Palazzo Mora, Strada Nova, 3659, 30121 Venice
Opening hours: 10.00am – 6.00pm open daily, closed on Tuesday
Free Entry. Book your free ticket here: https://ecc-italy.booked4.us/public/book
Check ecc-italy.eu regarding visits and covid restrictions.
Read the press release here.
What happened to the Winners of the past editions of the Young Talent Architecture Award? What are they up to? How are they dealing with the current situation? We asked them how do they think YTAA has changed their future as a young architect. Discover more!
Who are you and when did you win the YTAA.
I’m Tomasz Broma and I’ve won the first edition of the YTAA in 2016.
How do you think the YTAA has changed your future as a young architect?
Winning the YTAA strengthened my confidence about choosing the path for further development. When you are at the beginning of your professional career the uncertainty associated with making decisions about your future can be depressing. Such an important recognition of the project, which at that time I considered to be a summary of my thinking about architecture, built in me a sense of confidence. Hence the decision to build (together with my partners Jerzy and Bartosz) a self-reliant, small studio in which I can develop freely and independently in my preferred direction.
How has your daily routine changed in the last months?
As I mentioned, together with my partners, we run a small studio – Adamiczka.Broma. Thanks to this we have great flexibility in time and task management. During this difficult time, we could afford a comprehensive transfer of work to our homes. At the beginning of our cooperation, we have worked remotely from various cities for over a year. So we have proven methods of cooperation at a distance and current technical solutions make it even easier. We are in constant contact with each other as well as with clients, collaborators and contractors.
We try to flexibly adapt to the current situation. All members of our team are working on their doctoral dissertation. So this is the time for us when we shifted our attention to research and catching up in this area.
In your opinion, what is the future of architecture after this challenging time?
The first stage in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 was total lockdown at all levels: from blocking borders at the global level, to moving most of our lives to private living space. Globally, international cooperation in the fight against pandemics is limited – governments and corporations focus mainly on internal activities. In direct contacts the atmosphere of danger and social distance mean that we see the threat of potential infection in strangers. In addition, images of people fighting for basic items in stores spread around the media. Therefore, the crisis situation leads us towards selfish independence and self-sufficiency. If the pandemic period lengthens and next waves follow our thinking about ourselves can be prolonged and strengthened. It may affect many aspects of our lives and, as a consequence, will also affect architecture.
Perhaps our approach to openness and sharing of both urban and architectural space will change. In regards, tend to greater autonomy may become apparent. We may give up or limit some elements of sharing economy for greater self-sufficiency. The accelerated phenomenon of transferring many of our daily activities to the virtual world is also significant in this process. In the socio-cultural sense current situation has allowed carrying out via the Internet activities for which technological possibilities have existed for a long time. All this directs us to the growing importance of a closed, self-sufficient private space that takes over the functions of an open, shared public space. The general lack of social trust may lead us to what is directly known to us and considered safe – towards locality, neighborhood and greater privacy.
However, pessimistic visions of the post-crisis world made right after the first shock rarely stand the test of time. Human nature and culture will not change dramatically in a few months. If the crisis will not prolong, in my opinion, all these changes will not be revolutionary. What may happen is rather a soft shift to the described direction. Nevertheless we should remember that current situation can only be a test before much more serious crises that await us as a result of climate change. That is why it is crucial that current problems and the human-focused attitude do not divert our attention from key issues related to ecology.
What are your future projects?
My long-term goal is to finish work on my doctoral dissertation. It will be a review of unconventional construction technologies that are part of the low-tech architecture trend. The study covers a wide spectrum of solutions from the simplest and most primitive structures, in which the origins of architecture and construction might be sought, to new and innovative possibilities that set development directions for the future. It is a study of architecture in search for answers on demanding questions using technologies as simple as possible; architecture that always experiments with material to achieve designated goals with limited resources.
At the same time, together with the team, we will continue to develop our studio trying to achieve goals we have set. Every day we combine design with workshops, experiments, research, inventive design methods, animation, 3d printing, and most often also with good fun. And all this, I hope, we will be able to use and develop as soon as possible in our future projects.
The expo is prepared to be presented in architecture schools and institutions with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught.
There are 3 versions of the exhibition regarding the Europe and the Asia edition: the first version contains the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Europe edition; the second version showcases the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Asia edition; the third one shows together the winner and the finalist projects of both the Europe and Asia editions.
Read more about the expo HERE.
March 3rd–5th, 2020
Online > http://futurearchitecturerooms.org
With the 2021 Creative Exchange, one of the key European events for networking and presentation of architectural ideas, Future Architecture Platform will introduce a new season of its European Architecture Program via a live webcast for the first time.
The Future Architecture Platform, with the support of the Creative Europe program, involves architectural organizations across the continent and links their activities in support of the ideas of emerging creatives from various disciplines that tackle the most pressing challenges in architecture.
Three are the projects of the YTAA that will be part of the CEx2021 on March 4th: “OASI” which will be presented by Álvaro Alcázar Del Águila, “Stage for the City” by Monika Marinova and “Off the Grid” by Willem Hubrechts.
Check out the program HERE.
The Winners of the Young Talent architecture Award (YTAA) 2020 and of the Asia Edition of YTAA 2020 have just been announced!
The 4 Winners of YTAA 2020 are:
On Monday, 5th October 2020, join us to discover the Winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award!
Mariya Gabriel, European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, will announce the 4 YTAA 2020 Winners and the 3 Winners of the Asian Edition of YTAA 2020 at the beginning of the Young Talent Architecture Award Day that will take place ONLINE from 11am to 5pm (CET).
The 5th October is the World Architecture Day and World Habitat Day, offering a unique opportunity to link them to the Winners projects, addressing the importance of water supplies, landscape transformation with natural logic, city regeneration and changes in the academic practice and student attitude towards architecture education.
The Finalists will participate with the video presentation of their projects and Mrs. Ilaria Valente (EAAE), Mr. Georg Pendl (ACE-CAE), Mr. Lorenz Bräker (Vice President UIA-tbc) and Mrs. Anna Ramos (Fundació Mies van der Rohe) will talk on architecture education and practice today.
Live event here: https://youtu.be/Nj-9Ql0nQtw