From 14 October onwards Het Nieuwe Instituut presents the work of the four nominees for the Prix de Rome Architecture 2018.
This edition of the Prix de Rome Architecture focuses on two extremes in architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture. These extremes are featured in two rounds, based in two very different locations in the Netherlands.
The international jury of the Prix de Rome has selected four architects for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome 2018. The nominees are: Alessandra Covini / Studio Ossidiana, Bram van Kaathoven, Katarzyna Nowak and the duo Rademacher de Vries. For the final round the four candidates are challenged to make a fictional design for the Sixhaven area in Amsterdam.
About the Prix de Rome Architecture
The Prix de Rome Architecture is the oldest and biggest Dutch prize for artists and architects under the age of 40. The Prix de Rome has been organized and financed since 2012 by the Mondriaan Fund. More information about the Prix de Rome 2014 exhibition at Het Nieuwe Instituut can be found here. The exhibition showcases the importance of design and innovation, key principles of all activities at Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Assignment Final Round
The four nominated architects were asked to develop a proposal for the area around Sixhaven, opposite Amsterdam Central Station.
The international jury of the Prix de Rome selected four architects for the shortlist of the Prix de Rome 2018.
The first round - Low Pressure - was an open competition focusing on a specific rural area in the Dutch province of Groningen.
Het Nieuwe Instituut
3015 CB Rotterdam
dinsdag — woensdag
11.00 — 17.00
11.00 — 21.00
vrijdag — zondag
11.00 — 17.00