The results of the 2014 award will be announced on 25 April at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona.
The Cercle Cité, a historic building in the centre of Luxembourg is the venue of the 2012 Prize exhibition until 11 May.
From 28 March until 21 June, the Manhattan Center for Architecture will be showing a retrospective exhibition focusing on the conclusions drawn from the first seven awards of the Prize (2000-2012).


Civic porch
Zaanstadt (Netherlands), 2005
Layout for the space covered by motorway A8, in the historic centre of Koog aan de Zaan.
Air trees
Madrid (Spain), 2006
Installation of three bioclimatic pavilions that cool the Nature boulevard of the new suburban development of Vallecas.
Urban exhibition
Zagreb (Croatia), 2006
Temporary installation of an exhibition on architecture in the main square of the Croatian capital


Katharina Ritter replaced Dietmar Steiner in the Prize Jury
The director of the Architekturzentrum Wien (AzW) have regreted that he couldn't attend the Jury meeting on 3 and 4 April and delegated his powers of representation of the Austrian centre to his colleague Katharina Ritter.


"Mediterranean, sea of peoples"
Lecture by Erri de Luca
The Neapolitan poet and translator Erri de Luca spoke of mixing and promiscuity as a shared heritage of all the Mediterranean peoples in a lecture he gave on 13 March 2014 as part of the Open City cycle.


The CCCB lookout house hosted the Jury President working sessions for this year’s Prize
Carme Ribas started to prepare for the Jury meeting of the eighth edition of the Prize by analysing the 274 works presented, which have been sent from 205 different cities and 30 countries.


Public Space? Lost & Found
The MIT has organised a series of lectures based on the work of the Catalan artist and teacher, Antoni Muntadas, in order to reflect upon and redefine notions of public space.
Smartcitizens: citizenship and Digital powers
An article by CCCB Lab considers the digital-age possibilities offered to citizens for transforming and managing cities by adapting them to their needs.
Designing for free speech
Theatrum Mundi and the American Institute of Architects from New York (AIA), have launched a project that invites anyone interested to identify public spaces or propose designs to transform them into places that enable greater social and political engagement.