The world has witnessed rapid changes with the spread of the pandemic, technological revolution, and political conflicts. We the professionals now have the mission to provide healthy, happy, and beautiful vision for 2022. For this, we will gather to discuss issues of landscape with the scale ranging from local to global.
Through this event, we will reclaim public leadership in landscape architecture as we re:visit professional and academic achievements to date, re:shape the earth through emerging discourse and technologies, re:vive everyday lives to healthier and more vibrant days, and finally re:connect to nature.
Category 1 : ANALYSIS AND PLANNING Rapid urbanisation, unprecedented climate changes, fast-changing social scenarios, evolving human-nature relations, and other parameters are guiding how landscape architects have a changed perspective towards analysing the site context. Under this competition category, students can submit analysis and planning work related to the competition theme. This award will distinguish works that stand out in their innovative methods and depth of analysing a problem statement.
Category 2 : LANDSCAPE DESIGN Under this category, students can submit their individual/teamwork for site-specific Landscape Architecture projects and address relevant questions in the Landscape field. This category emphasizes design formulation techniques, narratives, methodologies, and detailed studies of the associated subject matter for better-curated experiences and taking relevant sensitive approaches.
Category 3 : APPLIED RESEARCH The landscape architecture profession is constantly evolving and challenging how we design and investigate any landscape issue. Landscape design can both inform or be informed (pre-occupancy research) by research. Research topics can range from life sciences, ecology, sociology, human behaviour, socio-psychology, etc. There is a great scope for applying proven research theories into scientific-based and/or evidence-based designs. Under this competition category, students can submit scientific-based and/or evidence-based design projects related to the competition theme. This award will distinguish works that translate recognized research from the landscape architecture field into creative design solutions.
The competition is open to all diploma, undergraduate, and graduate students of Landscape Architecture. Both individual and group submissions will be accepted, and for each student or group, only one entry is permitted. Broad interdisciplinary submissions are welcomed; however, the team must be headed by a landscape architecture student. The number of members in each participating group shall not exceed five (5).
* The results of the review are individually notified of the winners and announced on the website
(scheduled for August, 2022)
Submit to firstname.lastname@example.org within the submission period.
Total 9 teams win the awards in all three categrories.
GROUP HAN Prize for Analysis and Planning
GROUP HAN Commendation Award for Analysis and Planning
IFLA 2022 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Special Award for Analysis and Planning
GROUP HAN Prize for Landscape Design
GROUP HAN Commendation Award for Landscape Design
IFLA 2022 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Special Award for Landscape Design
GROUP HAN Prize for Applied Research
GROUP HAN Commendation Award for Applied Research
IFLA 2022 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Special Award for Applied Research
These must be paid BEFORE the entry is submitted as you need include a receipt to prove you have paid along with your submission. An entry fee of 30,000 KRW is required for each submission, whether submitted by an individual or a group.
* When and how to pay the entry fee and the award details will be informed later.
The Student Design Competition of the 58th IFLA World Congress 2022 is sponsored by GROUP HAN Associate.
You can find more information in the guideline file below, such as Entry Criteria, Judging Criteria, Project site and scale, Submission requirement, etc.