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European Architecture Programme 2021: Landscapes of Care
Date and time: 12th May 5 pm and 14th May 6 pm at Mies van der Rohe Pavilion + YouTube streaming

Docomomo International is pleased to announce the new “European Architecture Programme: Landscapes of Care”, organized by the Fundació Mies van der Rohe.

Fundació Mies van der Rohe is a member of the pan-European platform of museums, festivals and architectural promoters Future Architecture Platform, and invites you to participate in a series of over twenty of the most significant and interconnected architectural happenings and events in Europe.

Future Architecture Platform is a pan-European architecture platform to create and provide opportunities to develop the ideas of dialogue and critical thought for talented conceptual thinkers and practitioners in architecture. This year’s events under the umbrella title Landscapes of Care, which are already taking place, thus allow you to meet and follow the development of the most current ideas by emerging creatives and their contributions to the architecture of the future.

The event “Architecture for the Future: Landscapes of Care” will be held on May 12 and May 14 with 4 participants from the Future Architecture Platform and local architects with nominated works to the EUMiesAward. The events will take place at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion during the Barcelona Architecture Week of Barcelona and You Tube streaming:

– May 12 Architecture for the Future: Landscapes of Care – Day 1
The architecture of chronic illness, cultivated ecologies and climate care are the key discussions on which people from different European places have worked on to improve our urban environment and will share their experiences.
 May 14 Architecture for the future: Landscapes of care – Day 2: Screening of “Two Houses” and debate
Screening of the documentary, presentation and talk on domestic architecture, common heritage and the habitat of the future with Verena von Beckerath and Jens Franke.

Further information on Fundació Mies van der Rohe website.