MIMOA newsletter #6

MIMOA happy new year

In February 2007 we started with a demo-website online. Now, one year after our fist steps on the World Wide Web this young new community of architecture lovers is growing fast! Thank you for sharing your travel experiences, photos, stories and details of the projects you’ ve visited, designed and built. Keep up the good work!

2008 Starts off with a whole set of plans to make MIMOA even better, quicker, easier and above all more fun. Here’s a shortlist of features we’re working on: business profiles for architects, engineers and photographers; an image browser; downloadable KMZ files; integration of creative commons; an even more intelligent map and this year we’ll be available on your mobile!

We’d like to hear what your wishes are for 2008. If you could choose for one more tool on MIMOA, what would it be? Let us know, and we might add it to this list! Simply reply to this newsletter. Read more about our plans here.


New feature: Mi guide

In December 2007 we launched a brand new feature: the Mi guide. Now you can select projects, set them in a convienent order and make a PDF of print it. Of course this is just the beginning. The Mi guide will develop further, and soon you'll be able to search for already made guides, you can add a map, make routes and add personal texts and images. Read more or see some examples.


MIMOA winter selection

This is a selection projects, aptly chosen to fit the current seasonal feelings on the Northern Hemisphere.

nordpark cable railway

Just opened!

Nordpark Cable Railway

address: Höhenstraße 145, 6020 Innsbruck, Austria
architect: Zaha Hadid
contributed by: NGHM, Netherlands



woodland cemetery

A sacred landscape on a ridge overgrown with pines

Woodland Cemetery Sandsborgskyrkogården

address: Sockenvägen 479, 22 33 Stockholm, Sweden
architect: Erik Gunnar Asplund
contributed by: Maarten Scheurwater, Rotterdam Netherlands




Resembles the shape of frequently overflying airplanes

Hydra Pier

address: Drie Merenweg, 2130 AN Hoofddorp, Netherlands
architect:
Asymptote
contributed by: Naomi, Amsterdam Netherlands




This private house received an award for the best Latvian architectural design of 2004

Private House in Sigulda

address: Gulbju Iela 6, 2150 Sigulda, Latvia
architect: Andris Kronbergs (ARHIS)

contributed by: Anita Anteniske




A new library inserted into the complex of the existing Ottoman buildings

Gazi Husrev-Bey Library

address: Ulica Gazi Husrev Begova, 71000 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
architect: Kenan Sahovic
contributed by: Elsa Turkusic


More information

MIMOA is a user generated Modern Architecture guide. 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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