MIMOA newsletter #7


MIMOA: a growing community of architecture lovers

This month we've set two new records: we've reached the number of 1500 MIMOA members ánd we've published over a 1000 projects online. After the launch of the Mi guide in December 2007, the amount of new members has exponentially grown. Those of you who don't know the Mi guide: with this feature you can compile your own personal Architecture Guide - a convenient tool for architecture travels and city trips.

Registered members can publish projects, make a favorites list, mark where they've already been, place comments, rate projects, and create a personal architecture guide.

Read more about the Mi guide. Not a member yet? Register here.



Coming soon: Business Account & add to TomTom

For architects and project team members who have several of their projects published on MIMOA, we’ll soon launch a special service: the Business Account. This is an extended version of the public account all registered users automatically become. Here you can organize your projects, edit office description, disciplines, logo, contact details and much more. All projects on MIMOA will be linked to this Business Account – also those contributed by third parties. Interested? Contact us, and we’ll inform you on the details.

Soon you can add MIMOA-projects to your portable TomTom GPS navigation device: no more map-frustrations. The TomTom takes you there! Keep an eye on our blog, and read all news at first hand.


Latest additions

bodegas darien

One of the amazing wineries in La Rioja region

Bodegas Darien

address: Carretera de Logroño a Zaragoza km. 7, 26006 Logroño, Spain
architect: Jesús Marino Pascual
contributed by: Hans Brinker, Basauri Spain



esker house

Private House, formed by a series of steel and timber frames

Esker House

address: Via Mercato Vecchio 35, 39038 San Candido, Italy
architect: Plasma Studio
contributed by: Plasma Studio, London United Kingdom



bruder klaus chapel

Built by local farmers in honor of their patron saint

Bruder Klaus Chapel

address: Rißdorfer Weg, 53894 Walchendorf, Germany
architect: Peter Zumthor

contributed by: Henk Jan Imhoff, Netherlands



Herz Jezu Church

A glass cube church, designed as a room within a room

Herz Jezu Church

address: Lachnerstrasse 8, 80639 Munich, Germany
architect: Allmann Sattler Wappner

contributed by: Piotr Krajewski, Szczecin Poland



royal observatory

A bronze clad cone shaped building which houses the new planetarium

The Royal Observatory

address: Greenwich Park, SE10 London, United Kingdom
architect: Allies and Morrison
contributed by: Sahil Latheef, London United Kingdom

House K

House in Stocksund, with facades of stained black 18 mm plywood panels

House K

address: Forgatan 8, SE-182 74 Stockholm, Sweden
architect: Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter
contributed by:
Tham & Videgård Hansson Arkitekter


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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