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Prix de Rome 2022

+++Architectuur / Architecture+++

+++Noura Habbab, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Hyun Vin Kaspers & Dominique Geelen [eds.]+++

ISBN 978-94-92852-64-9
Price € 15,00
Editors Noura Habbab, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Hyun Vin Kaspers & Dominique Geelen
Texts Marieke Berkers, Syb Groeneveld, Noura Habbab, Mark Minkjan
Keynote text Ola Hassanain
Translation Marie Louise Schoondergang
Graphic design Lesley Moore
Number of pages 156
Book size 17 x 24 cm
Binding softcover
Language Dutch | English
Printer NPN Drukkers
Release date December 2022
Partners Mondriaan Fund, Creative Industries Fund NL, Prix de Rome, Het Nieuwe Instituut
Publisher Jap Sam Books

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| The oldest award in the Netherlands for talented visual artists and architects.

| Prix de Rome 2022 Architecture was organized by the Mondriaan Fund in close collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL, and Het Nieuwe Instituut, on behalf of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. 

| With a keynote essay by Ola Hassanain, who leads a critical spatial practice as a visual artist and trained architect. In her work, she focuses on the subtle politics of space—namely, how built spaces react to and reinforce violence from state entities.  

| The nominees are Arna Mačkić, Dividual (Andrea Bit and Maciej Wieczorkowski), Lesia Topolnyk, and Studio KIWI (Kim Kool and Willemijn van Manen).

 

The theme of the Prix de Rome Architecture 2022 is Healing Sites. At a time when labour inequality and climate issues have resulted in a demand for change, 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 their working methods in order to undo these legacies?

The international professional jury of the Prix de Rome (Carson Chan, Alessandra Covini, Afaina de Jong, Jan Jongert, and Dirk Sijmons, chaired by Syb Groeneveld) has selected four nominees out of 53 anonymous entries for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome Architecture 2022. The nominees are Arna Mačkić, Dividual (Andrea Bit and Maciej Wieczorkowski), Lesia Topolnyk, and Studio KIWI (Kim Kool and Willemijn van Manen). For this publication the architects were interviewed by authors Marieke Berkers and Mark Minkjan. Ola Hassanain, who leads a critical spatial practice as a visual artist and trained architect, wrote the keynote essay. 

The Prix de Rome is the oldest prize in the Netherlands for architects younger than 35. This year the prize is organized by the Mondriaan Fund in collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL and Het Nieuwe Instituut, on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

 

www.mondriaanfonds.nl
www.stimuleringsfonds.nl
www.prixderome.nl
www.hetnieuweinstituut.nl

 

Architectuur / Architecture

Noura Habbab, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Hyun Vin Kaspers & Dominique Geelen [eds.]

€15.00

Prix de Rome 2022

Architectuur / Architecture

Noura Habbab, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Hyun Vin Kaspers & Dominique Geelen [eds.]

€15.00

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ISBN 978-94-92852-64-9
Price € 15,00
Editors Noura Habbab, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Hyun Vin Kaspers & Dominique Geelen
Texts Marieke Berkers, Syb Groeneveld, Noura Habbab, Mark Minkjan
Keynote text Ola Hassanain
Translation Marie Louise Schoondergang
Graphic design Lesley Moore
Number of pages 156
Book size 17 x 24 cm
Binding softcover
Language Dutch | English
Printer NPN Drukkers
Release date December 2022
Partners Mondriaan Fund, Creative Industries Fund NL, Prix de Rome, Het Nieuwe Instituut
Publisher Jap Sam Books

| The oldest award in the Netherlands for talented visual artists and architects.

| Prix de Rome 2022 Architecture was organized by the Mondriaan Fund in close collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL, and Het Nieuwe Instituut, on behalf of the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. 

| With a keynote essay by Ola Hassanain, who leads a critical spatial practice as a visual artist and trained architect. In her work, she focuses on the subtle politics of space—namely, how built spaces react to and reinforce violence from state entities.  

| The nominees are Arna Mačkić, Dividual (Andrea Bit and Maciej Wieczorkowski), Lesia Topolnyk, and Studio KIWI (Kim Kool and Willemijn van Manen).

 

The theme of the Prix de Rome Architecture 2022 is Healing Sites. At a time when labour inequality and climate issues have resulted in a demand for change, 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 their working methods in order to undo these legacies?

The international professional jury of the Prix de Rome (Carson Chan, Alessandra Covini, Afaina de Jong, Jan Jongert, and Dirk Sijmons, chaired by Syb Groeneveld) has selected four nominees out of 53 anonymous entries for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome Architecture 2022. The nominees are Arna Mačkić, Dividual (Andrea Bit and Maciej Wieczorkowski), Lesia Topolnyk, and Studio KIWI (Kim Kool and Willemijn van Manen). For this publication the architects were interviewed by authors Marieke Berkers and Mark Minkjan. Ola Hassanain, who leads a critical spatial practice as a visual artist and trained architect, wrote the keynote essay. 

The Prix de Rome is the oldest prize in the Netherlands for architects younger than 35. This year the prize is organized by the Mondriaan Fund in collaboration with the Creative Industries Fund NL and Het Nieuwe Instituut, on behalf of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

 

www.mondriaanfonds.nl
www.stimuleringsfonds.nl
www.prixderome.nl
www.hetnieuweinstituut.nl