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Rosa Barba Nemzetközi Tájépítész Díj, Barcelonai Nemzetközi Tájépítészeti Biennálé, International Call for Project - Gardens of Peace


Rosa Barba Nemzetközi Tájépítész Díj


Jelentkezési határidő: május 30.

The deadline for the Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize has been extended to May 30th. This is an international open call for Schools and Professionals. Please disseminate this amongst your networks as appropriate.
The Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize, by Fundació Banc de Sabadell, forms part of the International Biennial of Landscape Architecture, that will take place in Barcelona, on the next 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th of September 2018. 
After closing the submission of landscape and planning projects, created around the world since 2013 to 2018, the International Jury will select 10 finalists.

There will be only one winner with a prize of 15,000 euros which will be presented during the symposium. The Rosa Barba International Landscape Prize, by Fundació Banc de Sabadell, is granted only to one project. In case of ex aequo the prize will be divided among the winners. It will not be declared null under any circumstances. The winner and finalists will present their projects during the symposium that will take place on the 27th September 2018.  The projects selected by the International Jury will be published in the catalogue of the 10th Biennial, displayed on the Rosa Barba Prize exhibition by Fundació Banc de Sabadell and published on this web under  Biennial ATLAS tag.
Barcelonai Nemzetközi Tájépítészeti Biennálé
It is my pleasure to inform you that since its first edition, the European Landscape Biennial has expressed its desire to intently study and discuss landscape interventions, as much from the perspective of landscape architecture as from other disciplines linked to its study and evolution. The Biennial has been consolidated on a European scale in its seven previous editions: “Remaking Landscapes” (1999), “Gardens in Arms” (2001), “Only with Nature” (2003), “Landscape: a Product / a Production” (2006), “Storm & stress” (2008), “Liquid Landscape” (2010) and “Biennial versus Biennial” (2012); during the last eighth​ and ​nineth editions, the Biennial has unveiled new landscape realities through the internationalization of its Rosa Barba Landscape Prize.

With “A Landscape for You”​ (2014) and “Tomorrow Landscapes” (2016),​ Barcelona opened itself to international landscapes for the first time. This September, with its ​tenth edition “​Perfomative Nature” the symposium ​will take place in the Petit Palau de la Música for three days and includ​ing talks, presentations by those finalists competing for the Rosa Barba Landscape Prize, papers, roundtable discussions, exhibitions and samples from which we be able to track and discuss the evolution of landscape architecture worldwide.

For more information please visit IFLA Europe website: http://iflaeurope.eu/barcelona-landscape-architecture-biennial/


International Call for Project - Gardens of Peace

It is my pleasure to inform you about the International Call for Project - Gardens of Peace which consists of creating around fifteen perennial gardens in 2018 on the theme of peace in the Hauts-de-France region, in France, a hundred years after the end of  the First World War. This new memorial trail will pay tribute to the countless deaths on French soil between 1914 and 1918, and bear witness to the number and diversity of the countries involved in this conflict. The project is initiated by the Association Art & gardens – Hauts-de-France and by the French Centennial First World War Partnership Program (Mission du Centenaire). Created by landscapers from countries who fought in Northern France, these artistic gardens will be grouped in clusters of three to four gardens, each located near Great War memorial sites and memorial tourism routes. These gardens will be created in the Spring of 2018 to be presented to the public in Summer and inaugurated in Autumn 2018, one century after the fighting of the Great War. More gardens will be created over the next couple of years

The Gardens of Peace project aims to fit seamlessly into the wider project for the economic renewal of the Hauts-de-France region. Tourism, art, culture, environment, architecture, ecosystems will all come together to ensure that, a century later, History helps the region to achieve a fully resilient posture. A posture that helps healing the horrors and pain of the past, while opening the way to a vibrant future.

For all information please visit IFLA Europe website: