The European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award (EU Mies Award) is a continuous process focused on how architects are thinking and working in Europe today. For each two-year period since 1988 the following steps take place: Proposals are submitted by a group of independent experts, European National Architects' Associations and the Advisory Committee. The Jury meet to evaluate all the nominated works and a selection of shortlisted and finalist works is made. The Jury visits the finalist works and decide about the Prize Winner and the Emerging Architect All of the works nominated are available for consultation on the Prize database at EUMiesAward.com transforming each edition into a biennial anthology of some of the best works being constructed in Europe. In the EUMiesAward App you can now find the Nominated Works to the 2017 edition and all the works nominated since the first edition of the European Union Prize of Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award in the cities of Barcelona, Berlin, Dublin, London and Paris.
Next updates will incorporate works to complete previous and future editions to provide a complete panorama of European Architecture since 1988 until today.