The Ninth European Prize for Urban Public Space (2016) has officially issued a call for entries. The biennial honorary award “has been offered since 2000 in order to recognize, encourage, and publicize examples of good practice in the ways in which the public spaces of European cities respond to the many challenges they presently face.”
The Prize seeks interventions that recover or improve the democratic quality of urban spaces that are endangered by “segregation, inequalities, unchecked urban construction, unsustainable squandering, and serious shortfalls in making effective the right to the city.”
This year’s jury includes members from the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB), Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) Frankfurt, The Architecture Foundation (AF) London, architecture historian and critic Hans Ibelings, Polish architect Ewa P. Porebska, and many others.
Registration is free and must be completed between January 13 and February 22, 2016.
Learn more about the Prize here.
TitleCall for Entries: European Prize for Urban Public Space
TypeCall for Submissions
OrganizersCenter of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB)
Registration Deadline22/02/2016 23:59