Architectural models and multimedia presentations of the greatest pearls of European architecture will be presented in Wrocław for the first time thanks to two exhibitions devoted to Mies van der Rohe Award. This is the field's most prestigious laurel in our part of the world. The first exhibition “Made in Europe” will summarize the 25 years of the prize's history in the form of around 150 exhibits. The other presentation will feature the 2015 laureates. The Museum of Architecture in Wrocław, which host the exhibitions, is a member of the Advisory Committee for this prestigious award. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was a German architect and is considered the founder of modern architecture and the “spiritual father” of minimalism. The prize in his name has been awarded every two years since 1987 to European architectural realizations for their conceptual, technical and construction qualities. In 2015 Alberto Veiga and Fabrizio Barozzi won the awarded for the design of the Mieczysław Karłowicz Philharmonic in Szczecin.
The exhibition is open from Saturday at 12 noon.
January 16 (Saturday) - March 13 (Sunday)
Museum of Architecture in Wrocław
Bernardyńska 5, Wroclaw
Museum of Architecture in WrocławBernardyńska 5, Wroclaw