Eröffnung: Mi 07.08., 20:30
weitere Termine: 14., 21., 28.08., jeweils 20:30
Die siebente Ausgabe des internationalen Open Air Architekturfilmfestivals steht heuer unter dem Thema „Critical Care. Die Zukunft reparieren“.
Die vier Filmabende im Hof des Az W widmen sich der Rolle von Architektur und Urbanismus in Zeiten des menschengemachten Klimawandels und einer zunehmenden sozialen Polarisierung. Wo ist Architektur Teil des Problems, wo zeigt sie neue Lösungswege? Gibt es Alternativen zu einer vom Kapital dominierten Architektur und zur Ausbeutung von Ressourcen und Arbeitskräften? Parallel zur Ausstellung „Critical Care. Architektur für einen Planeten in der Krise“ präsentieren die Filme zukunftsweisende Projekte wie auch kritische Perspektiven auf ökologische und soziale Schieflagen. Aus zahlreichen internationalen Einreichungen werden Dokumentationen und Kurzfilme zu einem unterhaltsamen und informativen Programm zusammengestellt, das das Publikum einlädt, aktiv am Diskurs teilzunehmen.
Jury Open Call: Lene Benz, Karoline Mayer, Marlene Rutzendorfer
Location: Im Hof des Architekturzentrum Wien
Schlechtwetterlocation: Az W Podium
Tickets: Eintritt frei!
THE SUCCESS OF CONTEMPORARY SOLUTIONS IN MAINTAINING THE ORIGINAL SPIRIT OF HERITAGE, AND AMBITION IN ORDER TO REASSERT AND DISSEMINATE ITS VALUE - THE COMMON THREADS RUNNING THROUGH THE WINNING ENTRIES OF THE EUROPEAN AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE INTERVENTION AADIPA
- The reconversion of a landmark building in Barcelona (formerly home to a workers’ cooperative) for use by local residents; the renovation of a square that reflects the complex and diverse history of Albania; the urban renewal of a deprived neighbourhood in Porto; the recovery of a historical centre in Cantabria or an initiative that fosters built heritage as cultural capital both for the population of Equatorial Guinea and for tourism are among the winners of the 4th edition of the European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA . The jury, which has highlighted the success of these contemporary solutions in maintaining the original spirit of heritage, has selected 12 finalists, four winning projects, one special mention and one special restoration award from a total of 239 works.
- The European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA is a biennial award organised by the COAC (Association of Architects of Catalonia) and the AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage), sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of the Government of Catalonia and Barcelona City Council. This fourth award, with a record number of participants and from a wide variety of countries, is cementing its international reputation and renown.
Barcelona, 14 June 2019_ The winners of the 4th European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA have been announced by the jury on 13 June at the COAC headquarters in Barcelona. The announcement of the 12 finalists, one special mention and five winning works was made during the 4th International Architectural Heritage Intervention Biennial AADIPA.
The awards have been presented by the Right Honourable Maria Àngela Vilallonga Vives, Minister of Culture of the Government of Catalonia; Mr Marc-Aureli Santos, Director of Urban Architecture and Heritage of the Deputy Manager’s Office for Urban Planning of Barcelona City Council; Mr Gonçal Marqués Sagnier, Project Manager - Head of Operations of the Catalan Land Institute; Mr Antoni Vilanova, President of the AADIPA; and Ms Assumpció Puig, Dean
of the Association of Architects of Catalonia.
Given the wide range of the submitted projects, the international jury of the award has wished to highlight not only the professionalism and architectural quality of the entries but also their capacity to demonstrate that a contemporary intervention can keep alive the original spirit and ambition of these elements in order to disseminate and boost architectural heritage.
In category A) Intervention in built heritage, the jury, in a first round of evaluations and taking into account the decision of the Award management to give visibility to a large number of works in this category and in category B, announced a list of 15 shortlisted works on 30 May, from which, following its final deliberation, it has selected four finalists, which are:
- Civic Centre Lleialtat Santsenca by H Arquitectes (Barcelona, Spain)
- Ilha da Bela Vista by Cerejeira Fontes Architects and LAHB (Porto, Portugal)
- Parliament of Canton Vaud by Bonell i Gil Arrquitectes and Atelier Cube (Lausanne, Switzerland)
- New access to the historical centre of Gironella by Carles Enrich Studio (Barcelona, Spain)
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Call for exemplary construction projects, visionary design concepts
International LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction open for entries
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PARTAKE exhibition opening / english language program
v4Participation: Fostering education on participatory processes in urban and regional planning
18.30 - introduction
19.00 - opening ceremony and discussion
Date: 6 June 2019. 18:30-20:30
Venue: KÉK - Contemporary Architecture Centre (1111 Budapest, Bartók Béla str. 10-12.)
Exhibition PARTAKE is a showcase of the participatory research done by the students of the Department of Architecture and Urbanism from the Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad. During the 2019 summer semester, students were working on three specific assignments related to the spatial issues of Novo naselje neighborhood in Novi Sad. The work was conducted through a participatory process communicating the interest and preferences of the citizens. Having a focus on the process - and not on the final design - exhibited works stress the need to integrate theory and practice of public participation and represent the educational input in creating a long term partnership with local community. These ideas reflect the goals of the project v4Participation: Fostering education on participatory processes in urban and regional planning – a collaborative platform consisted of university and civil society partners from Serbia, Hungary, Czechia and Poland and financed by the Visegrad Fund.
2019. május 4-én az Európa Építész Tanácsa (CAE) nyilvános konferenciát szervez Innsbruckban (Ausztria), hogy megvitassák a minőségi Építészet fogalmát és megvitassák a minőség értékelésének eszközeit és biztosításának lehetséges módjait az épített környezetben.
Date: Saturday 4 May from 9h00 to 16h00 - Dátum 2019. május 4. szombat 9.00-16.00 óra
Venue: Faculty of Architecture, Technikerstrasse 15, Innsbruck (Austria) - Helyszín
Programme: Click here - Program kattintson ide
Registration: Click here - Program kattintson ide
Barcelona Architecture Week 2019 begins from 9 to 19 May
During these days, Barcelona will become the epicenter of a wide range of activities related to the world of architecture and the city. In the centenary of the foundation of the Bauhaus School of Design and Architecture, this year's edition will emphasize the legacy of the avant-garde architecture.
The Fundació Mies van der Rohe proposes a series of activities: As a prelude to the Architecture Week on May 7 we celebrate the EU Mies Award Day, the award ceremony, and the inauguration of "What's old, What's new" Exhibition EUMies Award 2019 that as from 9 May will be extended to the districts with the exhibition on the street 'Do not miss it!' that shows the works of the city that are part of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2019, together with other highlighted works.
Join us at the presentation of the project Artists in Architecture with the debate Heritage at risk: Single-family housing of the Modern Movement in Europe, come to the Pavilion to enjoy the Concert Drei Stücke with students of the ESMUC, a reinterpretation of the Triadic Ballet by Theater der Klänge, or a choreography of the students of the Institut del Teatre for the Night of the Museums. Visit the Tiny (BAU) HAUS which will be installed in front of Pavilion and the exhibition 'The work of Zaha Hadid in the EU Mies Award' at the Hotel Alma.
Join the guided tours and activities that the Fundació has organized at the Architecture Week: Ciutat Universitària, Casa Vilaró, Pavelló de la República, Canteen and labs of SEAT factory and the Antituberculous Dispensary.
In addition, also in the Pavilion, dpr-barcelona proposes Parasitic Reading Room, SCALAE invites Emilio Tuñón, 48H Open House brings Música x Arquitectura and the IMPU presents the book 'Barcelona Racionalista'.
And we remind you that, during the Architecture Week, there will be discounts and draw books at the Barcelona Architecture Bookstores.
Check our agenda and do not miss anything!
A két díjnyertes projektet a nevezett 38 európai ország 383 munkái közül választották ki több lépcsőben.
A 40-es lista után az öt döntőbe jutott tervet a zsűri tagjai, a szerzőbizottság tagjai, valamint a megrendelők az ingatlanfejlesztők és a felhasználók együttesen értékelték.
EU Mies Award 2019
( Finalisták: https://www.miesarch.com/work/3889)
A Feltörekvő Építészet-díját (Emerging Architecture 2019. díjat)
( Finalisták: https://www.miesarch.com/work/3843 )
Exhibition Critical Care Architecture for a Broken Planet
A planet in crisis. The earth in intensive care. Man-made environmental and social catastrophes are threatening to render the planet uninhabitable. The situation is critical and, dominated by the interests of capital, architecture and urbanism are caught up in the crisis. The exhibition 'Critical Care' shows how architecture and urbanism can contribute to repairing the future and keeping the planet and its inhabitants alive.
The exhibition ‘Critical Care’ is an appeal for a new approach, for a caring architecture and urbanism. 21 current examples from Asia, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, the USA and Latin America prove that architecture and urban development do not have to be subservient to the dictates of capital and the exploitation of resources and labour.
The relationships between economy, ecology and work are redefined in each of these projects. The instigators of this care are extraordinarily diverse groups of people: activists, lawyers, anthropologists, artists, but also city councils and companies, working together with architects and planners. Care is always concrete, the specific local conditions are the starting point, as the exhibition shows, including earthquake-proof and sustainable village development in China, flood protection through traditional low-carbon building techniques in Pakistan and Bangladesh, the diverse conversion of modernist buildings in Brazil and Europe, an ecological community land trust in Puerto Rico, the revitalisation of historical irrigation systems in Spain, new concepts for public spaces and mixed urban districts in Vienna, London and Nairobi. The exhibition ‘Critical Care’ shows how architecture and urbanism are helping to revive the planet. The repair of the future has begun.
Curators: Angelika Fitz, Elke Krasny
Exhibition architecture: the next ENTERprise
Exhibition graphics: Alexander Schuh
A book is being published by MIT Press to accompany the exhibition, ‘Critical Care. Architecture and Urbanism for a Broken Planet‘, containing all 21 case studies as well as 12 essays by international authors on the topics of work, economy and ecology in architecture; edited by Angelika Fitz, Elke Krasny and Architekturzentrum Wien.
Felhívjuk szíves figyelmét, hogy 2019. április 5-én lezárul a regisztráció a 4. Európai Építészeti Örökség-díj nevezésére.
We are contacting you to announce you that the 5th of April 2019 closes the registration to the 4th edition of The European Award for Architectural Heritage Intervention AADIPA, a biennial contest organized with the support of COAC (Architects' Association of Catalonia) and AADIPA (Association of Architects for the Defence and Intervention in Architectural Heritage) the purpose of which is to distinguish quality heritage interventions and contribute to its disclosure.
In this edition the Award is committed to giving visibility to a greater number of works by making a selection of projects that will be announced prior to the awards ceremony, that will take place the 13th of June 2019 in Barcelona. In addition, for the first time and in order to recognize the optimum level of good heritage practice in Europe, a Special Restoration Award will be awarded, among all the works submitted, to the intervention that from a technical and methodological point of view stands out for its quality, precision and respect.
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