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Copenhagen Architecture Festival

Congratulations to the 40 shortlisted works for the Mies van der Rohe-prize including 3 Danish ones! They are GAME Streetmekka Viborg, Hammershus Visitors Center on Bornholm (Bornholm - Velkommen til oplevelsernes ø) and the LEGO House in Billund. We wish the best of luck to BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, Arkitema Architects, Christoffer Harlang and EFFEKT.

CAFx festival director Josephine Michau has been selecting works for consideration and Danish architect Dorte Mandrup has been part of the final jury selecting the 40 works. We look forward to collaborate with Dorte at this year's CAFx!#BREAKINGNEWS
The Jury shortlists the 40 works of the #EUMiesAward2019!

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe are proud to announce the #40shortlisted works that will compete for the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture - Mies van der Rohe Award 2019!

The 40 shortlisted works include: 1 work from Albania, 3 works from Austria, 4 works from Belgium, 2 works from Germany, 3 works from Denmark, 1 work from Estonia, 6 works from Spain, 1 work from Finland, 7 works from France, 2 works from Ireland, 2 works from Italy, 2 works from The Netherlands, 1 work from Poland, 1 work from Portugal, 2 works from Romania, 1 work from Serbia, 1 work from Slovakia.

Find more info about the 40 works here: mies.link/Archive_Shortlisted

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What is the future of urban planning?

Under our main theme CHANGING IDEALS we at #CAFx2019 will among many topics discuss how we in the future can develope inclusive housing environments for everyone.

Creating superblocks is just one of many possible solutions - a theory Barcelona has put to the test. Could you imagine the same happening in Copenhagen or another Danish city?Modern cities are designed for cars. But the city of Barcelona is testing out an urban design trick that can give cities back to pedestrians. Read more: http...
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This year's theme of #cafx19 is CHANGING IDEALS 💡

We will investige how ideals of housing and urban development have changed radically over the past 100 years. We wish to draw new lines in between Denmark and abroad, past and future, old and new neighbourhoods, people and places, individual and community.

We will examine the core values of our society which sparks the question: If architecture can contribute to changing the world, the living conditions and the everyday life, where should it then lead us in the future?

For more information on this year's theme and programme check out our web site: bit.ly/2TR1Ovz
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⚡ D E A D L I N E O N S U N D A Y ⚡

We have the platform do you have the film? We're still open for film submissions for this year's festival in April. We're looking for films within the intersection of architecture, design, philosophy, media and politics.

Submit your film here: cafx.dk/submission/

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