Between 2012 and 2016 A10 visited 23 countries in Europe to report on the status of emerging architects within the political, cultural, financial and social context of their country. What chances do they have? How do networks work? What sort of projects do they work on? All editions have been made in collaboration with a guest editor, representing an independent institution with national recognition. Underneath you can find the results.


AlbaniaAustriaBelgiumBulgariaCzech RepublicDenmarkEstoniaGermanyHungaryIcelandItalyIrelandFinlandLithuaniaMaltaNorwayPolandRomaniaRussiaScotlandSpainThe NetherlandsTurkey

Credits: the Danish Architecture Center (DAC) – Kent Martinussen & Annette Sorensen, the Italian Association of Architecture and Criticism (IAAC) – Luigi Prestinenza & Zaira Magliozzi, Vlaams Architectuur Instituut (VAI) & A+ (architecture magazine) – Christophe Grafe & Audrey Contesse, Stiftung Baukultur – Michael Braun & Carl Zillig, Architecture & Design Scotland (A+DS) – Ian Gilzean and Karen Anderson, Russia Today (independent architecture magazine) – Bart Goldhoorn, Arkitera (independent architecture center Turkey) – Omer Yilmaz, the Ministry of Culture/Department of Arts and Built Heritage and Architectural Policy & Royal Institute of Irish Architects (RIAS) – Martin Colreavy and Michelle Fagan, HISE (independent architecture magazine Slovenia) – Nina Strovs, Norsk Form – Andreas Vaa Berman & Hege Maria Erikson, Colegi d’ Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC) –  Manuel Gausa, One Architecture Week, Plovdiv 2019 and WhatA  (Bulgaria) – Aneta Vasileva, Boyka Ognyanova & Ljubo Georgiev, Museum of Finnish Architecture & Architecture Information Center – Tarja Nurmi, Bureau Europa, The Netherlands – Saskia van Stein, ArchitekturZentrum Wien (Azw) – Dietmar Steiner & Sonja Pisarik, Kék (independent architecture center Hungary) – Levente Polyak & Daniel Kovacs, Iceland Desin Center – Halla Helgadottir & Ditte Hoejgaard, Union of Estonian Architects & Architecture Museum Estland – Triin Ojari, Polis University Albania – Saimir Kristo, Zeppelin Magazine Romania – Stefan Ghenciulescu, Maltese Chamber of Architects & Civil Engineers & Cultural Directorate Malta – Simone Vella Lenicker and Lisa Gwen Baldacchino, Instytut Adama Mickiewicza Poland – Ewa Borysiewicz, Architects’ Association of Lithuania – Ruta Leitaneite, ERA 21/ReSite Czech Republic – Osamu Okamura.