EU Mies Award Nominees 2019

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EU Mies Award Nominees 2019

European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Buildings + Architects

EU Mies Award Shortlist 2019

16 Dec 2018

Mies van der Rohe Award Nominees 2019

Mies Award Nominees 2019

EU Mies Award Nominees 2019

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe have announced the names of the works competing in the 2019 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

EU Mies Award Nominees 2019
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United Kingdom: There are 19 works built in the United Kingdom.
Offices from the UK have also built abroad: there is 1 other work built by a London office in Bremen, and 2 works by London offices in collaboration with local ones in The Hague and Pristina (Kosovo).

Name of work Location Author:

Bushey Cemetery, Bushey by Waugh Thistleton Architects
Storey’s Field Centre and Eddington Nursery, Cambridge by MUMA
Fallahogey Studio, Kilrea by McGarry-Moon Architects
Belarusian Memorial Chapel, London by Spheron Architects
Royal Academy of Music: The Susie Sainsbury Theatre and The Angela Burgess Recital Hall, London by Ian Ritchie Architects Ltd
Gasholders London, London by Wilkinson Eyre
168 Upper Street, London by Groupwork + Amin Taha
Red House, London by 31/44 Architects
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, London by ASSEMBLE
Stele House, London by OMMX
Royal Academy of Arts masterplan, London by David Chipperfield Architects
Chadwick Hall, London by Henley Halebrown
Bloomberg, London by Foster + Partners
The Leadenhall Building, London by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
15 Clerkenwell Close, London by Groupwork + Amin Taha
The Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre, Oxford by Niall McLaughlin Architects
Writ in Water, Runnymede, Studio Octopi, Mark Wallinger
Charlie Bigham’s Food Production Campus, Somerset by Feilden Fowles Architects
Nucleus, The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority and Caithness Archive, Wick by Reiach and Hall Architects
Bremer Landesbank, Bremen by Caruso St John Architects
Sportcampus Zuiderpark The Hague FaulknerBrowns Architects, ABT
H House, Pristina by 4M Group

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 Klaasse, María Langaritaand 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.

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