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Landezine is calling landscape architects and architects from all over the world to submit entries for LILA – Landezine International Landscape Award 2021 by March 31st, 2021. This year, offices practicing landscape architecture can contribute unlimited number of submissions. There will be up to 51 possible recognitions: 7 jury awards, 2 editorial awards, up to 7 special mentions and up to 35 shortlisted entries. All submissions will be published on LILA website that accepts over 100,000 visitors per year. See current and past LILA winners.
Besides the OFFICE and HONOUR AWARD, there are 7 categories of project awards:
PUBLIC PROJECT – Interesting and exceptional publicly accessible open social spaces. Squares, parks …
INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS – Landscapes that were primarily designed to solve a technical issue with or without the human-scale layer. Publicly accessible or not. Traffic, energy production …
PRIVATE GARDENS – private residential gardens for single family houses
RESIDENTIAL HOUSING – open spaces for collective housing, semi-private open spaces for communities
HOSPITALITY PROJECTS – open spaces for short term stays (hotels, resorts, bars and similar)
SCHOOLS AND PLAYGROUNDS – open spaces for schools, kindergartens and similar
NEW: CAMPUSES AND CORPORATE GARDENS – open spaces for business, research centres, commercial …
All projects must be built in 2017 or later.
Wednesday, 31 March 2021
The following internationally renowned experts will be judging the project categories:
Catherine Mosbach, Mosbach Paysagistes, France / mosbach.fr
Martí Franch, Estudi Martí Franch, Spain / emf.cat
Marianne Levinsen, Marianne Levinsen Landskab, Denmark / mariannelevinsen.dk
Andrew van Egmond, The Netherlands / andrewvanegmond.com
Chloe Humphreys, The Landscape Studio, Kenya, Spain / thelandscapestudio.com
Zaš Brezar, Landezine, Slovenia