European Prize for Urban Public Space 2012

Ödüle başvurmak için son tarih 19 Ocak 2012.

The European Prize for Urban Public Space welcomes the submission of major projects of creating and remodelling public spaces that have been completed in Europe between 2010 and 2011.

The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona and its partners in this award, the Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine (Paris), The Architecture Foundation (London), the Nederlands Architectuurinstituut (Rotterdam), the Architekturzentrum Wien (Vienna), the Museum of Finnish Architecture (Helsinki) and The Deutsches Architekturmuseum (Frankfurt) have called for entries for the Seventh European Prize for Urban Public Space 2012.

The sponsoring institutions of the Seventh European Prize for Urban Public Space are the following:

– Barcelona: Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona – CCCB)
– Frankfurt: Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM)
– Helsinki: Museum of Finnish Architecture (MFA)
– London: The Architecture Foundation (AF)
– Paris: La Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine
– Rotterdam: Nederlands Architectuurinstituut (NAI)
– Vienna: Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W)

The Prize, which is honorific by nature, is awarded jointly to the authors and promoters of the projects chosen by the Jury. The prize-winners (of the Prize itself and Honourable Mentions) will receive a Diploma confirming the award. In addition, the winner of the Prize will receive a commemorative plaque which is to be installed in the prize-winning public space.
The prize-winning works, the finalists and a selection made by the Jury will be published in the European Archive of Urban Public Space, which brings together and makes available to the public the best projects that have been presented in the competition since its inception.

INTERNATIONAL JURY
The Jury of the 2012 Prize will consist of the following members:

President: Josep Llinàs, who will be representing the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona

Jury members:
Ole Bouman, director of the Nederlands Architectuurinstituut (NAI)
Sarah Ichioka, director of The Architecture Foundation (AF)
Juulia Kauste, director of the Museum of Finnish Architecture (MFA)
Francis Rambert, director of La Cité de l’Architecture et du Patrimoine
Peter Schmal, director of the Deutsches Architekturmuseum
Dietmar Steiner, director of the Architekturzentrum Wien (Az W)

Secretary: David Bravo i Bordas, representing the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona

The Jury will take into consideration only those interventions that comply with the conditions of participation and it is empowered to declare the competition null and void. Secretariat functions will be performed by the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona, which will designate the secretary who is to assist the jury and produce the minutes of the sessions during the selection process of the Prize winners.

SCHEDULE
– 17 October 2011 – opening of the campaign of calling for entries for the Prize

– 17 October 2011 – 19 January 2012 – period of registration

– 5 March – 11 April 2012 – first part of the Jury’s deliberations (on-line)

– 19 and 20 April 2012 – Jury’s working sessions at the CCCB

– 29 June 2012 – prize-giving ceremony

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