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REIMAGINING THE SPACES IN BETWEEN – Student Ideas Competition

Date: 7/3/2020 - 8/15/2020

Type: Competitions / Awards

LA CES approved?: No

Location(s): International

Description: We have seen unprecedented change in the way we live due to the impact of COVID-19 across the world bringing many countries to a standstill. The virus has made people and communities realise the value open space including streets, parks, rivers. These spaces in between buildings offer the greatest opportunity to reimagine how we live and move in our cities. As cities are now reopening and planning to make temporary and long-term changes providing the opportunity to create, test and provide solutions for how we live in our communities, towns and cities.

World Landscape Architecture (WLA) is proud to organise this international student ideas competition to provide the opportunity for students to reimagine the spaces in between buildings and address the various issues of COVID-19 and to develop ideas that provide safe, inclusive, and equitable spaces for everyone.

Entrants must be a student currently enrolled or graduated in the past year from a landscape architecture, urban design or associated course (e.g. landscape urbanism, urban planning). Teams can enter the competition but must have no more than 4 entrants.

Registration Deadline: August 8, 2020 (11:59am Sydney, Australia – EST Time)

Submission Deadline: August 15, 2020 (11:59am Sydney, Australia – EST Time)

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