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National Memorial to the Heavenly Hundred Heroes and Revolution of Dignity Museum in Kyiv Design Competition

Client: Ministry of Culture of Ukraine

Aim and objective: to choose the best project proposal by the competition procedure for realization; to involve the best architects from different countries because of the worldwide level of the Maidan activities; to take into account the previous work for the memorialization and museumification of Revolution of Dignity field and to raise a question of the future of Ukraine by the architecture and art instruments.

Type: The international anonymous two-stage project competition with an open pre-qualification procedure.
■ Julian Chaplynskyy
Chief Architect Lviv (Lviv, Ukraine),
■Guido Hager
Landscape Architect, Hager Partner (Zurich, Switzerland)
■Prof. Rainer Mahlamäki
Architect, Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Oy (Helsinki, Finland)
■Maciej Miłobędzki
Architect, JEMS Architekci (Warsaw, Poland)
■Prof. Matthias Sauerbruch
Architect, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten (Berlin, Germany)
■Olexander Svystunov
Chief Architect Kyiv (Kyiv, Ukraine)
■Prof. Can Togay
Artist, Filmmaker, Writer (Berlin, Germany)
■Dmytro Volyk
Chief Architect Dnipro (Dnipro, Ukraine)
■Eugen Nyschuk
Minister of Culture of Ukraine (Kyiv, Ukraine),
■Volodymyr Bondarchuk
Chief of the NGO "Families of Heavenly Hundred Heroes" (Kyiv, Ukraine)
■Ihor Poshyvailo
CEO of the state organization "National memorial complex of Heavenly Hundred Heroes – Museum of Revolution of Dignity" (Kyiv, Ukraine)
■Myroslav Marynovych
Human rights activist, publicist, vice-rector of the Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv, Ukraine)
■Elaine Heumann
Gurian Museum consultant (Arlington, USA)

The team behind the winning museum design is Kleihues + Kleihues Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH, Berlin/Germany. The team behind the winning concept in the memorial competition is MIstudio, from Lviv (Ukraine)/ Rotterdam (The Netherlands).