It’s a wrap for the Media Architecture Biennale 20

After almost 2,5 years of preparations, the MAB20 took place last week and we are proud of what we were able to accomplish. 

Around 550 people joined our 15 workshops, and another 600+ people from around the world attended the online conference, with almost 150 speakers, 42 online conference sessions, featuring inspiring and thought-provoking presentations. Two of the highlights of the MAB20 program were the MAB Student Awards and MAB Awards. Ten projects won the awards – discover the winners below! 

In addition, collaborations with Volume Magazine, Archdaily, KooZA/rch, and UrbanIxD Learning Community resulted in articles and publications – find out more about it below. 

In addition, the recordings from all sessions (except workshops) are available on-demand via MAB20 Online Conference Platform until August 1st and will also be available on the MAB20 website under the Program tab.

Despite not being able to meet face-to-face, the MAB-community brought the conference spirit to life in our online sessions, in our Discord channels, and through our social media platforms. We now look foward to the next edition of MAB, which will take place in Toronto in 2023 and will be lead by Prof. Dave Colangelo from Ryerson University. For more on the MAB23, visit .