Award Editions Frontend Portlet
The CCCB organizes the Prize with the advice of the following institutions
arc en rêve (Bordeau, France)
This centre of architecture offers exhibitions, conferences, workshops, and experimental activities to foster creative initiative and encourage critical thinking in the fields of architecture, urban planning, and landscaping, while also aiming to broaden perspectives on a changing world.
Architekturzentrum Wien (Vienna, Austria)
The Vienna Centre of Architecture in the MuseumsQuartier is the Austrian museum of architecture. It presents, describes, and explores how architecture and urban development shape the daily lives of people.
ArkDes (Stocolm, Sweden)
Sweden’s national centre for architecture and design is a museum, a study centre, and an arena for debate and discussion about the future of architecture, design, and citizenship.
Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine (Paris, France)
In a single institution, the Cité brings together a museum, an architecture centre, a school, a specialised library, and an archives centre. It addresses relations between past heritage and creation, memory and project, and education and dissemination.
CIVA (Brussels, Belgium)
CIVA is a museum, an archive centre, a library, and a place to meet and discuss architecture, landscape architecture, and urban ecosystems in Brussels.
Deutsches Architekturmuseum - DAM (Frankfurt, Germany)
The German Architecture Museum, which holds a large collection of mostly 20th-century architectural models and drawings, is also a hub of activities to promote better understanding of architecture.
Eesti Arhitektuurimuuseum (Tallinn, Estonia)
The Estonian Museum of Architecture is national centre for collecting, researching, and displaying the heritage of modern architecture. It is a museum, a study centre, and place for discussion about the future of our built environment.
Kortárs Építészeti Központ - KÉK (Budapest, Hungary)
The Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre is an independent professional institution focusing on architecture, cities, and urban culture. Its projects include exhibitions, conferences, workshops, architecture tours, and festivals as well as research and consulting.
Muzej za Arhitekturo in Oblikovanje - MAO (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
The Museum of Architecture and Design, an international platform for emerging talents in architecture and design, is the custodian of Slovenia’s architecture and design heritage and accelerator of Slovenia’s creative sector.
The Architecture Foundation -AF (London, United Kingdom)
With its programme of live events, publications, and exhibitions, this independent architecture centre and charity leads the discussion on the development of London and contributes to a global discourse about the architect’s changing role and responsibilities.