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THE YTAA 2016 EXHIBITION CONTINUES ITS ITINERANCY!

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.




YTAA 2016 PROJECTS PRESENTED AT TONGJI UNIVERSITY, CHINA

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.

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!

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

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!

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.

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!

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.

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!

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

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!

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.    




YTAA 2016 WINNERS!

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

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.