The exhibition will feature models of the Prize winner and of the Emerging Architect, as well as of the finalists and shortlisted works.
The exhibition, featuring models of the Prize winner and of the Emerging Architect, as well as the finalists and shortlisted works, opened on 13 September on the occasion of The European Forum for architectural Policies (an international organization which develops architectural policies and encourages people to discover and create environment that corresponds to the present-day needs and to develop solutions for sustainable development) which took place in Vilnius and Kaunas (Lithuania) on 12-14 September.
The architecture exhibition of the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture will be one of the conference’s most important events organised on the framework of Lithuania’s presidency of the Council of the EU.
The European Commission manages and co-funds the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture, launched in 1987, in cooperation with the Mies van der Rohe Foundation. The aim of the exhibition is to make the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture/ Mies van der Rohe Award more widely known to the public.