The international jury of the Prix de Rome has selected four entries for the shortlist of Prix de Rome Architecture: Healing Sites from 53 anonymous entries. The shortlist candidates are: Arna Mačkić, Dividual (Andrea Bit and Maciej Wieczorkowski), Lesia Topolnyk, and Studio KIWI (Kim Kool and Willemijn van Manen).
For the final round the four candidates are asked to further develop their positioning and propose spatial interventions for their selected Healing Sites. read more
In a time where labour issues and climate issues go hand in hand, this edition of the Prix de Rome Architecture calls to rethink and redesign spatial practices. Architecture has been complicit in establishing the ecocidal legacies of capitalism, colonialism, and imperialism. How can architects, urbanists, and landscape architects reflect upon and rearticulate the way they work in undoing these legacies? read more
The upcoming edition to be published on Friday 21 January, is open to architects, landscape architects and urban planners. From that moment on you can compete and respond to the theme and assignment. The deadline is March 4, 2022.
This year the Prix de Rome Architecture is organized by the Mondriaan Fund in collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL and on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. read more