YTAA 2018 WINNERS AT THE CREATIVE EXCHANGE 2019

12 February, 2019

The Creative Exchange 2019 will take place from 13th to 15th February at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana.


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During the Creative Exchange 2019 architects, institutions, producers, curators and other professionals will present their projects with talks and conferences.

Fundació Mies van der Rohe will be represented by Ivan Blasi (Curator Prizes and Programs) and the Winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018, Julio Gotor Valcárcel, Hendrik Brinkman and Matthew Gregorowski, will participate on Friday, 15 February to the Matchmaking Conference together with the selected 21 ideas from the 357 received at Call for Ideas 2019. The works have been selected by Future Architecture members and 2018 alumni.

More information at Fundació Mies van der Rohe.

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION STOPS IN MALAGA, SPAIN!

4 February, 2019

From February 18 until March 29, 2019 the works of the YTAA will be displayed at Malaga University ETS Architecture.


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This is the fourth stop for the YTAA 2018 travelling exhibition. With its 33.65 lineal metres the expo has been designed as an easy download and print format to keep things simple and accessible for any Architecture School and Institution which wishes to host it. More information here.

YTAA CATALOGUES

3 December, 2018

The catalogues of the YTAA 2016 and 2018 are available to purchase.


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The catalogues of the YTAA 2016 and 2018, that incorporate images, plans and information from the Shortlisted, Finalists and Winners are now available at shopmies.

Beside the Young Talents’ projects, the books include some of the graduation projects of renowned architects such as Alvaro Siza, Zaha Hadid or Pieter Bannenberg and Kamiel Klaasse from NL Architects, as well as texts by the jury.

YTAA GRANTING CEREMONY VIDEO

23 November, 2018

On 20th September 2018 we celebrated the granting ceremony of Young Talent Architecture Award 2018 with a debate on the topic of Heritage after which the winners were awarded.


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Here you can see the video summary of the event made possible thanks to the support of Fundació Mies van der Rohe, Creative Europe, European Association for Architectural Education, Architects’ Council of Europe, world architects, European Cultural Centre, JUNG, Jansen AG, USM Modular Furniture, Future Architecture and La Biennale di Venezia.

Video production: European Cultural Centre with Fundació Mies van der Rohe.

 

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION IN GRANADA, SPAIN!

22 November, 2018

From November 22nd until November 30th, the works of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018 will be displayed at ETSAG and organized by ASEJA Asociación de Estudiantes y Jóvenes Arquitectos in Granada, Spain.


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The projects are displayed separately as: nominated projects per school, shorlisted projects and winning & finalists projects in order to explain the YTAA as a discussion and selection process.

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION IN CHENGDU, CHINA!

16 November, 2018
From tomorrow, Saturday 17th November, you can visit the exhibition of the YTAAward 2018 at Chengdu IFS Skylark Gallery, Chengdu, China.

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The expo is presented in the framework of “Emerging Talents: Design of Global Excellence”, an event that aims to bring opportunities and bridge the global networks for the young talents.

“Emerging Talents: Design of Global Excellence” is supervised by Chengdu Municipal Government and launched by Huasheng Media. It dedicates to discover the emerging creative minds worldwide. 150 students from various regions worldwide are selected to exhibit their works.

The exhibition also invites YTAA  (The Young Talent Architecture Award) to exhibit their works this time.

Photo Courtesy of Dang Yuanye.

 

 

YTAA AT BOZAR

16 October, 2018

On Monday 22nd October at 19:00, don’t miss the conversation on heritage and legacy between YTAA 2018 shortlisted students from Europe, China and Korea.


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Hendrik Brinkmann, Iwo Borkowicz and SungBum Heo will present their projects that will be followed by a discourse between leading architects Wang Shu (the 2012 Prizker Prize Winner) and Paul Robbrecht (from Robbrecht en Daem architecten).

The event, moderated by Ivan Blasi (curator Prizes and Programs of the Fundació Mies van der Rohe) and Véronique Patteeuw (Belgian professor and editor), will be taking place within the framework of ASEM cultural programme and hosted by BOZAR.

Read here for more information.

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION IN MADRID, SPAIN!

15 October, 2018

YTAA 2018 Exhibition will be presented for the first time at ETSAM Madrid.

 


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With the aim to open a debate in schools on how architecture is taught, from 19th October to 9th November 2018, visit the exhibition at ETSAM Madrid.

By showing together all the Graduation Projects presented in the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018, we have an overview of the subjects that have been discussed by students and professors in European Schools, with China and South Korea as guest countries, during the last two years.

This is the first time the YTAA 2018 exhibition is presented after the Award Ceremony celebrated the 20th September in Venice.

More information at this link.

 

YTAA 2018 AWARD CEREMONY PHOTOS

10 October, 2018

On 20th September 2018 we celebrated the granting ceremony of Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA), that brings together the best graduation projects from European architecture, urban planning and landscape schools.


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The Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) is organised by the Fundació Mies van der Rohe with the support of Creative Europe as an extension of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award. It is organised in partnership with the European Association for Architectural Education and the Architects’ Council of Europe; and world architects as a founding partner; the European Cultural Centre as a partner in Venice; sponsored by JUNG and Jansen AG; and with the support of USM Modular Furniture.

The Young Talent Architecture Award Exposition is a Collateral Event of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

Thank you Future Architecture for the support.

Photo courtesy of European Cultural Centre.

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YTAA 2018 AWARDS DEBATE AND CEREMONY

27 August, 2018

Thursday September 20, 2018

Palazzo Michiel, Venice

14:00 Introduction
14:15 Panel 1: Heritage and architectural education
15:00 Panel 2: Heritage: transformation, reconstruction and reuse
16:00 YTAA 2018 Awards Ceremony
17:00 Celebration at Palazzo Mora


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Two panel discussions will take place before the Awards Ceremony:

The first panel will be about Heritage and architectural education and it will be based on the experiences of the YTAA Winners:
One of the trends within the European architectural context is the increasing relevance of heritage. Many European regions have a large old building stock which makes possible new construction in rare cases, being refurbishment the type of task which takes the biggest percentage. Here lies a great challenge of comfort, universal accessibility, energy use and resource efficiency that might require new expertise for students. Graduates require to be prepared to assume a fitting, competent, responsible and effective role within the sector of heritage and this is made visible with this year’s 4 YTAA Winners:

 

“Neue Bau|akademie Berlin – a club for the former & future architecture” – Schinkel’s 1836 building was partially destroyed during WW2 and torn down afterwards. The debate today is on its reconstruction. Hendrik Brinkmann – College of Architecture, Media and Design Berlin, University of the Arts.

 

“Perdido (Lost) – P.R.U.S. of Madrid” – the recovery of Madrid’s forgotten underground water infrastructures which are connected to the city’s origin. Julio Gotor Valcárcel – Madrid School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid;

 

“Deplorable Framework” – the British countryside natural heritage is reinvented and as human intervention becomes legible, impressions of nature are emancipated from naive conceptions of beauty. Matthew Gregorowski – The Cass Faculty of Art Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University;

 

“The Bank of England: a dialectical project” – Critically inspired by John Soane’s legendary ‘ruin-esque’ Bank of England, the project explicitly engages the architectural dialectics of ruin and construction. Loed Stolte – Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology.

 

The second panel will be called Heritage, reconstruction and reuse and it will bring together the experiences of some of the participants of the Future Architecture Platform: The 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage is bringing up essential topics related to Europe’s heritage and how we should tackle with it. Cultural heritage comes in many shapes and forms: tangible, intangible, natural and digital. Architecture and urbanism shape or environment and different approaches (reconstruction, reuse, demolition) are brought forward to create the correct diagnosis for each situation. Through the partnership with the Future Architecture Platform www.futurearchitectureplatform.org  3 participants whose research projects are connected to heritage from different approaches will participate in this debate moderated by a fourth participant, Babau Bureau from Venice. The three other participants will be: Miruna Dunu (Coastland), Tania Tovar Torres (In Articulo Mortis) and Michael Kraus (Political Church).

 

The Awards Ceremony will take place at 16:00 with the participation of the jury members, the winners and finalists, university representatives, sponsor representatives and institutional representatives from the European Commission, La Biennale di Venezia, ACE-CAE, EAAE and the European Cultural Centre in Venice. Afterwards there will be a cocktail at Palazzo Mora to celebrate European Young Talent.

 

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YTAA 2018 AWARDS CEREMONY

3 August, 2018

The Awards Ceremony will take place in Venice on September 20th in the framework of the exhibition and the European Year of Cultural Heritage.


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During the event a debate, on the topics of:

· Reuse and reconstruction of heritage;

· Heritage dimension in architectural education;

will put together YTAA winners, directors of the schools, jury members, EU Mies Award advisory committee members, organisers, sponsors and four participants of the Future Architecture Platform.

AND THE WINNERS ARE…

28 June, 2018

The European Commission, the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, the Architects’ Council of Europe and the European Association for Architectural Education are proud to announce the winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018.


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Hendrik Brinkmann (1989, Germany)
College of Architecture, Media and Design Berlin University of the Arts;
Madrid School of Architecture Polytechnic University of Madrid;
Matthew Gregorowski (1992, South Africa)
The Cass Faculty of Art Architecture & Design London Metropolitan University;
Loed Stolte (1990, The Netherlands)
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment Delft University of Technology.
Read more about the Winners on the Press Release.

28TH JUNE 2018 WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT.

6 June, 2018

The 4 winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2018 will be announced on 28th June 2018.


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Selected by the Jury among 334 projects submitted by 451 students from over 118 Schools and 99 cities, on 28th June the 4 winners of this second edition of Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) will be released.

 

YTAA Winners are supported in the creation of a network with the architects and critics involved in the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

 

To support its professional development, Europe’s youngest architecture talent is granted:

  • – a diploma;
  • – 5.000 € each;
  • – a profile in World-Architects.com;
  • – visibility through the YTAA 2018 exhibition;
  • – USM furniture to design their work space.

 

Each Winner is asked to define a YTAA Plan of Action, which is prepared on reception of the Award, and to deliver a YTAA Final Report outlining the experience twelve months later.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see all nominees projects of this YTAA 2018 HERE.

YTAA 2018 EXHIBITION IS NOW OPEN.

30 May, 2018

“Young Talent Architecture Award. YTAA 2018” Exhibition opened on 26th May 2018 at the European Cultural Centre – Palazzo Mora as a Collateral Event of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.


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The exhibition will be open daily from 10 to 18 until 25th November 2018. It is closed on Tuesdays and the entrance is free.

 

Palazzo Mora
Strada Nuova #3659
30121 Venice, Italy

 

YTAA 2018 FINALISTS RELEASED.

29 May, 2018

Fundació Mies van der Rohe and Creative Europe announced the 12 finalists projects that compete to be the next winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2018, Europe’s youngest architecture talent.


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May I use the front/backdoor?, Nele Bergmans.

Faculty of Architecture, Catholic University of Leuven, BE

 

The Citadel of Tides, Marie Moors.

Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, BE

 

Neue Bau Akademie Berlin – a club for the former & future architecture, Hendrik Brinkmann.

College of Architecture, Media and Design, Berlin University of the Arts, DE

 

Ceramics – Design of a factory, Sina Pauline Riedlinger, Franziska Käuferle.

Faculty VI, Planning, Construction and Environment, Technical University of Berlin, DE

 

Last Landscape, Simone Marchetti, Sofia Paoli, Beatrice Maria Rogantini Picco.

School of Architecture Urban Planning and Construction Engineering, Polytechnic of Milan, IT

 

House, Kitchen, Garden in Alcácer do Sal, Pedro Frade.

Architecture Faculty of Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, PT

 

Perdido (Lost) -P.R.U.S. of Madrid, Julio Gotor Valcárcel.

Madrid School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid, ES

 

The Fallen Monuments of Egerkingen, Eva Lanter.

Department of Architecture, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, CH

 

The Bank of England: a dialectical project, Loed Stolte.

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, NL

 

Rhizome, Arianna Fornasiero, Paolo Turconi

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, NL

 

Deplorable Framework, Matthew Gregorowski.

The Cass Faculty of Art Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University, UK

 

Confluence, Joshua Penk.

Undergraduate School, Architectural Association School of Architecture, UK

YTAA 2018 SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED!

22 May, 2018

Among 334 projects submitted by 451 students from over 118 Schools and 99 cities, the Jury has selected 40 shortlisted projects that will compete as finalists of the second edition of Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA)!


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Polytechnic School. University of Genoa, IT

Benevolent Scarring, Sean William Murphy.
School of Architecture. University of Limerick, IE

 

Between the Limit and the Trench, Margarita Zakynthinou-Xanthi, Elena Mylona, Zoi Tzounidou.

School of Architecture. National Technical University of Athens, GR

 

Build to make a change, Francesca Vittorini.
Faculty of Engineering – Degree in Building Engineering-Architecture. Marche Polytechnic
University Ancona, IT

 

Ceramics – Design of a factory, Sina Pauline Riedlinger, Franziska Käuferle.

Faculty VI, Planning, Construction and Environment, Technical University of Berlin, DE

 

City of Fatigue, Joon Il Myeong.
Hanyang University School of Architecture. Hanyang University, Seoul KR

 

Civic Games, Maeve Curley.
School of Architecture. University of Limerick, IE

 

Confluence, Joshua Penk.

Undergraduate School, Architectural Association School of Architecture, UK

 

Crafting the disused, Frederice Koch.
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment. Delft University of Technology, NL

 

Deplorable Framework, Matthew Gregorowski.

The Cass Faculty of Art Architecture & Design, London Metropolitan University, UK

 

Forms of defence, Enrico Miglietta.
School of Architecture Urban Planning and Construction Engineering. Polytechnic of Milan, IT

 

Hong Kong – New New Territories, Caterina Barbon, Matteo Vianello, Tommaso Petrosino.
Department of Architecture and Arts. IUAV University of Venice, IT

 

House, Kitchen, Garden in Alcácer do Sal, Pedro Frade.

Architecture Faculty of Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa, PT

 

Interstices of Urban Dualism in Maputo, João Pedro de Brito Oliveira.
Faculty of Architecture. University of Lisbon, PT

 

Kifufu Integrative School, Michael Schwarz, Paul Gröfler.
Architecture and Planning. Vienna University of Technology, AT

 

Last Landscape, Simone Marchetti, Sofia Paoli, Beatrice Maria Rogantini Picco.

School of Architecture Urban Planning and Construction Engineering, Polytechnic of Milan, IT

 

Lasvit flagship store, Filip Galko.
Faculty of Architecture. Czech Technical University, CZ

 

Manufaktur Schloss Welsberg, Stefan Prattes.
Faculty of Architecture. Graz University of Technology, AT

 

May I use the front/backdoor?, Nele Bergmans.

Faculty of Architecture, Catholic University of Leuven, BE

 

Media Monastery, Christopher Weir.
Belfast School of Architecture and the Built Environment. Ulster Universityn, IE

 

Neue Bauiakademie Berlin – a club for the former & future architecture, Hendrik Brinkmann.

College of Architecture, Media and Design, Berlin University of the Arts, DE

 

Old Brickyard – Landbad Bordenau, Nick Chadde.
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, DE

 

Perdido (Lost) -P.R.U.S. of Madrid, Julio Gotor Valcárcel.

Madrid School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid, ES

 

Powerful spaces, Diogo Veiga.
Faculty of Architecture. University of Porto, PT

 

Public Bath, Leslie Rahel Majer.
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, DE

 

Rhizome, Arianna Fornasiero, Paolo Turconi

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, NL

 

San Junipero, Ara Gonzalez Cabrera.
Madrid School of Architecture. Polytechnic University of Madrid, ES

 

Søminedepotet, As Found, Greta Caterina Malavolti.
School of Architecture Urban Planning and Construction Engineering. Polytechnic of Milan, IT

 

Stadium Strahov, Veronika Indrová.
Faculty of Architecture. Czech Technical University, CZ

 

Symbiosis in Hutong: Community Center in Historic District, Mengjia Liu.
School of Architecture. Tsinghua University, Beijing, CN

 

The Agonistic City, Benjamin Wells.

School of Architecture. The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – Schools of Architecture,
Design and Conservation, DK

 

The Bank of England: a dialectical project, Loed Stolte.

Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, NL

 

The Citadel of Tides, Marie Moors.

Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, BE

 

The Common House, Jacob Höppner.
Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning. University of Stuttgart, DE

 

The Fallen Monuments of Egerkingen, Eva Lanter.

Department of Architecture, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, CH

 

The Permanently Temporary, Viktória Sándor.
Institute of Architecture. University of Applied Arts Vienna, AT

 

Thick brick building in Munich, Mari Brorsen, Max Panhans, Vanessa Salm.
Department of Architecture. Technical University of Munich, DE

 

Towards a new individual place: A self-sufficient community, Guillem Pascual Perelló.
Barcelona School of Architecture. Polytechnic University of Catalonia, ES

 

TRIADI, Paul Thynell.
School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Aalto University, FI

 

Urban Safari, Sungbum Heo.
Hanyang University School of Architecture. Hanyang University, Seoul KR

 

YTAA 2018 AT LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA AS COLLATERAL EVENT.

2 May, 2018

The Collateral Event will be a comprehensive exhibition taking place at Palazzo Mora, Cannaregio, that will present the designs of the YTAA 2018 shortlisted works including the 12 finalists and the 4 winners.


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Together with images and drawings, videos are used to explain the graduation projects. In the framework of the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, the winners of the YTAA will be honoured during an awards ceremony that will take place in Venice on September 20th 2018. The ceremony will be also complemented with a debate on the main topics of the “European Year of Cultural Heritage” organised by the European Commission, and those issues which will arise from the results of YTAA.

 

Dates:
From 26th May to 25th November 2018
Open daily 10.00 – 18.00
Closed on Tuesdays
FREE ENTRY

 

PRESS PREVIEW: 24th May, 4 pm


AWARD CEREMONY: 20th September

 

Palazzo Mora
Strada Nuova #3659
30121 Venice, Italy

YTAA 2016’S PROJECTS CONTINUE TO CREATE SPACE FOR DEBATE INSIDE EUROPEAN SCHOOLS.

2 March, 2018

Two new Schools of Architecture will host YTAA 2016 exhibition:
>> School of Architecture Pamplona – University of Navarre from 9th March to 23rd March 2018
>> Faculty of Architecture Brussels – KU Leuven from 13th March to 23rd April 2018


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If you are an Architecture School or Institution and want to host the exhibition check the full procedure here.

THE YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION CONTINUES ITS JOURNEY AROUND EUROPE!

20 February, 2018

The works of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2016 will be displayed at the Faculty of Architecture KU Leuven in Ghent from February 26th to March 12th.


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This new stop of the exhibition shows the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2016. The aim is to keep talking about future architects and architecture inside universities creating time and space for debate. KU Leuven has already enrolled to YTAA 2018, if you want to subscribe, you will find more information here.

THE WINNERS OF THE YTAA 2016 IN LJUBLJANA

14 February, 2018

Our winners of the YTAA 2016 will be giving a lecture at the Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) in Ljubljana, Slovenia in the frame of the Creative Exchange 2018 by Future Architecture Platformn co-funded by Creative Europe.

>> 15 -16 February, 2018


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Creative Exchange 2018 by Future Architecture co-funded by Creative Europe is a European gathering for architecture and design lovers and professionals.

As a multi-day public event with lectures, talks, presentations and cocktail pitches, Creative Exchange will enable meetings and live interaction between cultural operators, emerging creatives and audiences through various formats. Applicants of the Call for Ideas, platform members and other cultural operators in architecture and design will present their latest developments, new projects and new ideas.

Read the full program here.

THE YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION CONTINUES ITS ITINERANCY!

1 December, 2017

Today two exhibitions open in two different European Schools:
>> Faculty of Architecture – University of Ljubljana, until December 22nd.
>> ETSAE – University of Cartagena, until Februray 1st 2018.


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The exhibition of the YTAAward 2016 has been designed as an easy download and print format to keep things simple and accesible for any Architecture School and Institution which wishes to host it. If you want to host the exhibition, check the full procedure here.

YTAA 2016 PROJECTS PRESENTED AT TONGJI UNIVERSITY, CHINA

11 October, 2017

The exhibition, organised by Fundació Mies van der Rohe presents at Tongji University, China, displays the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award 2016. From October 10th until December 31st.


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This is the first stop of the exhibition out of Europe. Other Architecture Schools will follow suit, with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught. Projects are displayed separately as Nominees, Shortlisted, Finalists and Winners in order to explain the YTAA as a discussion and selection process. By highlighting the results of YTAA 2016 the intention is to transmit the enthusiasm to architecture students and schools and encourage them to take part in the upcoming YTAA 2018!

More information here.

YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION IN MADRID, SPAIN!

21 September, 2017

From October 11th until November 3rd, the works of the Young Talent Architecture Award will be displayed at
ETSAMadrid.


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The exhibition presents the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2016. This is the third stop of the exhibition in Spain and, others Architecture Schools will follow suit, with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught.

YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION IN MÁLAGA, SPAIN!

12 June, 2017

From June 16th until July 1st, the panels of the 211 nominated works for Young Talent Architecture Award will be displayed at ETS Architecture – Universidad de Málaga.


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The exhibition presents the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2016. This is the second stop of the exhibition in Spain (after the first one in Barcelona). Others Architecture Schools will follow suit, with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught.

YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION IN GERMANY!

6 June, 2017

From 7 to 30 June, the panels of the 211 nominated works for Young Talent Architecture Award will be displayed at Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany.


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The exhibition presents the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2016. This is the first stop of the exhibition in Germany and others Architecture Schools will follow suit, with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught.

YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION IN BUCHAREST!

17 March, 2017

The YTAA exhibition starts its European itinerary by Romania within the framework of the event SHARE Bucharest 2017 International Architecture and Engineering Forum.

 


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The panels of the 211 nominated works for Young Talent Architecture Award will be displayed at JW Marriott Bucharest Grand Hotelbringing together the most talented recently graduated architects and the best architecture firms of Europe. Opening on March 21st! More information here.

HOST THE EXHIBITION OF THE YTAA 2016 NOW!

11 February, 2017

The Fundació Mies van der Rohe encourages the institutions to host the exhibition of the YTAA 2016! The exhibition presents the 211 projects nominated for the award.

 

 


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The exhibition has been designed as an easy download and print format to keep things simple and accesible for any Architecture School and Institution which wishes to host it. Full procedure available here. Don’t miss this opportunity!

 

YTAA 2016 – EUROPEAN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS SHOW THEIR GRADUATION PROJECTS!

12 December, 2016

The exhibition presents the 211 Graduation Projects that were nominated for the Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA) 2016.


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The exhibition will be presented for the first time in ETSAB Barcelona, others Architecture Schools will follow suit, with the aim to discover how architecture studies are being carried forward and to open the debate on how architecture is taught.
Opening: December 12 2016 at 13:30h
Full information at here.

YTAA 2016 WINNERS!

28 October, 2016

The Winners of 2016 Young Talent Architecture Award have been anounced this evening at Teatro Piccolo Arsenale, in Venice!


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Congratulations to:

Iwo Borkowicz with the project “A Symbiotic Relation of Cooperative Social Housing and Dispersed Tourism in Habana Vieja” from Faculty of Architecture, University of Leuven;

 

Tomasz Broma with the project “S’lowtecture. Housing structure in Wroclaw-Zerniki” from Faculty of Architecture, Wroclaw University of Technology;

 

Policarpo del Canto Baquera with the project “GeoFront. Strategic development plan for the frontier territories” from Madrid School of Architecture, Polytechnic University of Madrid.

 

Check the winners and all 2016 submitted projects here.

YTAA 2016 FINALISTS ANNOUNCEMENT

20 October, 2016

Among the shortlisted of this YTAA 2016, 9 Finalists have been selected! Congratulations!
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Granting Ceremony on 28th October 2016 at Teatro Piccolo Arsenale in Venice.


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Finalist list

– Laura Abbruzzese, Italy / “Subversions Minhocão” / University of Ferrara;

– Cinthia Isabel Barrot | Carrasco Fuentes , France | Venezuela / “Living in offices. The alive triangle of Bordelongue in Toulouse” / Toulouse School of Architecture;

– Iwo Borkowicz, Poland / “A Symbiotic Relation of Cooperative Social Housing and Dispersed Tourism in Havana Vieja” / Faculty of Architecture of the Catholic University of Leuven;

– Tomasz Broma, Poland / “S’lowtecture: housing structure, Wroclaw / Zerniki Wroclaw, Poland” / Wroclaw University of Technology;

– Clàudia Carreras Oliver, Spain: “Living in a cultural environment” / La Salle School of Architecture;

– Policarpo del Canto Baquera, Spain / “GeoFront” / Madrid School of Architecture;

– David Gonçalves Monteiro, Portugal / “Genesis of a place towards the project” / Porto Faculty of Architecture;

– Lorenzo Perri, Italy / “Brewing Democracy: The assembly of Le Balai Citoyen in Ouagadougou” / Architectural Association School of Architecture;

– Alix Sportich du Réau de la Gaignonnière | Alice Villatte, France / “Death and Life of a small French city” / School of Architecture of Marne-la-Vallée;

 

Check the finalists projects here.

YTAA 2016 SHORTLIST ANNOUNCED!

6 October, 2016
Among 211 projects submitted by 268 students from over 100 Schools and 86 European cities, the Jury has selected 30 shortlisted projects that will compete as finalists of the first Young Talent Architecture Award (YTAA)!

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You can check all the projects and student profiles here. 
Download the press release here.

REGISTER NOW FOR THE SHAPING EUROPEAN CITIES DEBATE

29 September, 2016

If you want to attend the YTAA granting ceremony, register now for the SHAPING EUROPEAN CITIES debate, collateral event of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Register now here!


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The event will take place on October 28 at Teatro Piccolo Arsenale in Venice and is open to everybody who is interested in the dialogue between architects, policy makers, politicians and representatives of other sectors and will culminate in the Young Talent Architecture Award ceremony.

 

LAST DAY TO UPLOAD THE DESIGNS!

31 August, 2016
Today is the last day for the YTAA nominees to upload their designs.

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If you are a recently graduated architect nominated in the YTAA – Young Talent Architecture Award today is the last day to upload your design!
Don’t miss the deadline and click here.

DEADLINE FOR SCHOOL REGISTRATION EXTENDED!

14 July, 2016

The deadline for School Registration in the Young Talent Architecture Award has been extended to 29th of July 2016.


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Nominations for work to be considered for the YTAA will be put forward by representatives from each School eligible to participate in the YTAA. The number of designs that each School can submit/nominate will be in accordance with the total number of students at that School. To register click here.

MORE THAN 75 SCHOOLS ARE ALREADY REGISTERED!

6 July, 2016

YTAA promotes debates between students and professors from each participating School to choose those projects that will represent it.


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The presence of a YTAA Representative at each School will be essential in order to summarise this internal debate by nominating the projects that will participate in the award. Be the next School to register in! You will find the School registration form here.

ASK YOUR SCHOOL TO PARTICIPATE!

24 June, 2016

Do you want to take part in the Young Talent Architecture Award? Go and ask your school to participate! Does your school know about the YTAA yet? Tell them about it and take part!


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To participate, Schools must first register, after which they will be invited to submit candidates until 15th July 2016. The number of designs that each School can submit/nominate will be in accordance with the total number of students at that School. To register click here.

REGISTER NOW!

15 February, 2016

The first step to participate in the Young Talent Architecture Award is School registration.
Once registration is complete the School will receive a confirmation message.


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To participate, Schools must first register, after which they will be invited to submit candidates until 15th July 2016. Nominations for work to be considered for the YTAA will be put forward by representatives from each School eligible to participate in the YTAA.
The number of designs that each School can submit/nominate will be in accordance with the total number of students at that School: read more on the YTAA process, download Rules .pdf file.
To register click here.