Future Architecture Continues!

News29 Aug 2017

The first pan-European architectural platform is one of the 13 platforms that has successfully applied to European Platforms 2017 programme. Future Architecture will thus continue with the same support for the next four years. Be ready for the next Call for Ideas coming in November!

In 2015 Future Architecture platform was one of only three selected platforms from the 47 proposed applications for the European Union Creative Europe programme for cultural and creative sectors. After two extremely wonderful and productive years we are happy to announce that the first pan-European architectural platform has become one of 13 platforms that have successfully applied to European Platforms 2017 programme. Future Architecture will thus receive financial support in the amount of 2.000.000 €  for its activities in the next four years.

Coordinated by Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO), Future Architecture connects 18 organizations and is dedicated to highlighting the emerging generation of talents in various disciplines and enables them to present their ideas about the future of cities and architecture. In the two years 628 ideas by 1016 emerging creatives have been presented through the platform and has produced over 100 events with over 200 emerging architects, urban planners, curators, critics and other, mostly young professionals all over Europe and beyond.

Don't miss the third Call for Ideas coming in November 2017!

Future Architecture are:
Coordinating entity: Museum of Architecture and Design, Ljubljana (SI); members: National Museum of XXI Century Arts, Rome (IT), Copenhagen Architecture Festival (DK), Lisbon Architecture Triennale (PT), dpr-barcelona (ES), CANactions, Kiev (UA), Društvo arhitekata Istre - Società architetti dell'Istria DAI-SAI (HR), Museum of Architecture in Wrocław (PL), Belgrade International Architecture Week (SR), House of Architecture, Graz (AT), Tirana Architecture Week (AL), One Architecture Week, Plovdiv (BG), Design Biotop, Ljubljana (SI), Bureau N, Berlin (DE); associate members: Swiss Architecture Museum, Basel (CH), Kosovo Architecture Festival (RKS), Forecast, Berlin (DE), Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (PT)

EU grant (4-year): 500.000 € (for the 1st year)
Total value of the project: 2.500.000 €
Duration: 1 November 2017 – 31 October 2021
Check out the full results of the Creative Europe - Culture - European platforms call>>