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YAP Fest
YAP Fest
l'estate al maxxi
YAP Fest
YAP Fest | l'estate al maxxi

The summer appointment is back with YAP - Young Architects Program, the program of promotion and support for young architecture, now in its seventh Italian edition and organized by MAXXI in partnership with the MoMA.

For this edition MAXXI has chosen to broaden the field of action also addressing national borders, joining YAP to the pan-European FAP Future Architecture Platform program, the platform that brings together 18 institutions operating in the field of architecture in Europe and also dedicated to the promotion of young talents.

Green Gallery of STUDIOD3R with Marcello Fantuz is the ecological project, eco-friendly, attentive to biodiversity and in contrast to climate warming, winner of this year.

The winning project was chosen by an international jury composed by Hou Hanru Artistic director MAXXI, Margherita Guccione Director MAXXI Architecture, Bartolomeo Pietromarchi Director MAXXI Art, Pippo Ciorra Senior Curator MAXXI Architecture, Sean Anderson curator Associate of Architecture and Design of MoMA, Carmen Andriani Lecturer University of Genoa, Paola Nicolin Deputy Director Domus, Jeanette Plaut Director Constructo - Chile, Kim Hyoungmi Curator of Architecture National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Korea, for "the ability to dialogue with the architecture strongly volumetric, concrete and dynamic del MAXXI, which contrasts a structure based on lightness, geometric minimalism and the greatest presence of nature ".

Besides the installation in the museum square, in the Carlo Scarpa Hall an exhibition tells the 2018 edition through the models of the finalist projects of the Italian edition. Alongside these is the story of the entire Young Architects Program universe through the images of the winning projects and the finalists of MoMA / MoMA PS1 and Constructo.

#YAPRomeAtMAXXI is organized by MAXXI in collaboration with MoMA The Museum of Modern Art in the framework of Young Architects Program and with the support of Future Architecture.

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