The Media Architecture Biennale 2020 (MAB20) invited students to send in their projects for the MAB Student Awards. We especially encouraged submissions that addressed the MAB20’s theme of ‘Futures Implied’ and demonstrated the implications of media technologies for urban development, the design of our public spaces, and the well-being of the ecosystem at large.
We received over 100 submissions from all over the world and we are truly impressed by the quality of the submissions – making a decision was not an easy task for the jury members. Winners will be announced during the MAB Student Awards ceremony, which will be livestreamed during the MAB20 on July 1st, 15:30-16:30 CEST. A selection of projects is also presented in an online exhibition displayed on the MAB Student Awards website.
The nominees for the 1st edition of the MAB Student Awards are:
Category: Aesthetics and poetics of responsive urban spaces
A mind needs it’s body
Category: Citizen Rights in the Era of Platform Ecologies
Category: Playful and artistic civic engagement
Category: Restorative Cities
Category: More-Than-Human Cities
MAB Student Awards Chairs and Exhibition curators
Juan Carlos Carvajal Bermúdez – Media Architecture Institute
Olina Terzi – Digital Society School
Special thanks to all the jury members for their involvement in the evaluation process.
- Andrew van de Moere – Professor of Design Informatics at KU Leuven
- Frank Suurenbroek – MAB20 Executive Committee, Professor of Spatial Urban Transformation at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
- Geertje Slingerland – MAB20 Student Volunteer Chair, PhD Candidate at TUDelft
- Henriette Bier – Associate Professor of Robotic Building at TU Delft
- Juan Carlos Carvajal Bermúdez – MAB20 Student Exhibition Chair, Media Architecture Institute and PhD Candidate at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
- Luke Hespanhol – MAB20 Workshops Chair, Program Director, Master of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts at University of Sydney
- Marius Hoggenmüller – MAB20 Workshops Chair, PhD Candidate at University of Sydney
- Martijn de Waal – MAB20 General Chair, Professor of Civic Interaction Design at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
- Olina Terzi – MAB20 Student Exhibition Chair, Digital Transformation Designer at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
- Ren Yee – Director of Design/Strategies at UNSense (UNStudio)
- Stephan Petermann – Founder at MANN office, previously Partner at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Mandy Woelkens (The Hague, 1989) is a presenter, podcast maker and managing editor at Cosmopolitan Magazine
Olina Terzi is a Digital Transformation Designer and project leader at the Digital Society School in Amsterdam. Olina is a research & design professional fascinated by the intersection of cities, technologies and people. Along with her teams, she designs digital products and services for Smart Cities and the interaction of citizens, communities and local government. In the past she has worked as an architect in Amsterdam and London and in business development and community engagement for the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in New York. Throughout her experience she has designed urban solutions for African, European, Chinese and North American contexts.
At the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale Olina was part of the team awarded the Silver Lion for Pro
Creator of experimental augmented reality projects, exploring how AR is going to empower us but also challenge us