MIMOA newsletter #5


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Coming soon: Mi guide.

The Mi guide is under development right now. For your travels through Europe, you can prepare yourself by making your own personal Architecture Guide. Select projects, set them in a convenient order, and make a pdf or print it; including addresses and photos. The first release is expected to be online at the end of December. Keep yourself posted!


Library Special

With MIMOA you can browse for projects with a specific function. This way you can use MIMOA to search for reference projects and see what others made. We've selected some libraries for you to review.

Jaume Fuster Library

One of the most modern and biggest public libraries of Barcelona

Jaume Fuster Library

address: Plaça Lesseps 20-22, 08023 Barcelona, Spain

architect: Josep Llinás Carmona, Joan Vera Garcia
contributed by: Ron_Westland



Lateran University

An open central space encircled by a succession of three ramp at the

Lateran University Library

address: Piazza San Giovanni in Laterano 4, 00120 Rome, Italy
architect: King Roselli Architetti
contributed by: Luigi_Prestinenza



University of Azores Library

Offering different perceptions at every step

University of Azores Library

address: Azores University Campus, 9501-801 Ponta Delgada, Azores, Portugal
architect:
a.s*
contributed by: Pedro Jordao



Biblioteca Sandro Penna

An agreeably informal and relaxed building, with the shape of a large disc

Biblioteca Sandro Penna

address: Via San Sisto, 06156 Perugia, Italy
architect: Studio Italo Rota

contributed by: Mirko Zardini



Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut RWI

A giant piece of wooden furniture placed in the atrium of the existing building.

Rechtswissenschaftliches Institut RWI

address: Rämistrasse 76, CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland
architect: Santiago Calatrava
contributed by:
Michael Buschor


More information

MIMOA is a user generated website on Modern Architecture in Europe. It provides exactly the information you need to visit and find buildings, bridges, parks, squares, interiors and public art. Everybody can add projects, comment on them, rate project or add them to their favorites list. It is the best source of information for your city trip in Europe with all Modern Architecture in one view.


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