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Belgian nominees at the EU Mies Award 2019

The official will be made public by December 11th, but several projects built by French-speaking architects have already been selected for the prestigious EUMiesAward19 :

 - ESAC (Ecole supérieure des arts du cirque) - Brussels by Atelier d'Architecture Daniel Delgoffe 

Espace Winson - Fosses-la -Ville by RESERVOIR A

- Les Halles Perret - Montataire (France) by Atelier d'architecture Pierre Hebbelinck in collaboration with HBAAT

- Le MAD - Mode and Design Centre - Brussels by V+ in association with ROTOR

- Folklore museum - Mouscron by V+

- Palace - Brussels by aa-ar, atelier d’architecture alain richard

Other Belgian architects nominated: Dhooge & Meganck Architectuur, Bovenbouw Architectuur, architecten de vylder vinck taillieu, 51N4E, a2o architecten, Trans Architectuur & Stedenbouw, Stéphane Beel Architecten, Robbrecht en Daem architecten, Goedefroo + Goedefroo architecten, Bureau Bas Smets, Bogdan & Van Broeck, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen, Dierendonckblancke architecten


The award is granted every two years to acknowledge and reward quality architectural production in Europe. The Prize seeks to to recognise European architecture in conceptual, social, cultural, technical and constructive terms. It highlights the European city as a model for the sustainably smart city, contributing to a sustainable European economy and promotes transnational architectural commissions throughout Europe and abroad. It also aims at increasing the incorporation of architectural professionals from the EU Member States and those countries that conclude an agreement with the EU, at cultivating future clients and promoters, finding business opportunities in a broader global market and highlighting the involvement of the European Union in supporting architecture as an important element that reflects both the diversity of European architectural expression and its role as a unifying element to define a common European culture.

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