Studio start The New Artisanal City with Master students at UCL/Tournai.
Website for the Primeira Pedra online.
New feature by Andrew Ayers on Entrepôt Macdonald in Icon.
We are taking part in the exhibition Resistance
, exploring Portugese stone, curated by Guta Moura Guedes / experimentadesign at Villa Hériot, Giudecca, Venice, from 26 May until 4 October. Other participants include Alvaro Siza, Amanda Levete, Bijoy Jain and Elemental.
Mia Hägg Speaker at the Seminar Bra Stad + Bra Bostad organised by Birthe & Per Arwidssons stiftelse.
Official Press visit Entrepôt MacDonald. (Read)
Mia Hägg participating in panel on sustainability at USA pavilion innovation summit, Expo Milano 2015
Completion of 42 social housing units, Entrepôt MacDonald, Paris
Mia Hägg is invited jury member at the Diploma days at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
Mia Hägg is guest critic at atelier Burkhalter Sumi final review of the Spring Semester 2015 in Accademia di Architettura in Mendrisio, USI
Completion of URBAN CAP, mixed use office building in Bassin à Flots, Bordeaux
Mia Hägg invited jury member at the Diploma days at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm
Exhibition opening Pavillon de l'Arsenal, Macdonald reconversion project
Mia Hägg guest critic at Christ & Gantenbein's studio at ETH, Zürich
Mia Hägg speaker Atelier Stlm ytterstad
Mia Hägg is taking part in a seminar in a seminar on Women in Architecture at the Swedish Centre for Architecture and Design in Stockholm
Nomination Urban Living Award
The appeal of this residential building of duplexes and triplexes, which at first glance resembles an industrial construction, lies above all in its varied floor plans and its diversity, both indoors and outside. Its integration in its heterogeneous surroundings and its spacious openness toward the river are particularly convincing.
Mia Hägg invited lecturer at Ecole d’architecture de Grenoble, ENSAG
Mia Hägg participant in The Copenhagen Urban Futures Forum. A consultation initiative of the Danish Ministry of the Environment (MIM) in collaboration with Bjarke Ingels
Group (BIG), Resource Vision sustainable architects, and the Futureperfect Association (Sweden).
Mia Hägg invited lecturer at Krealab 1, Stockholm