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Konkurs międzynarodowy European Prize for Urban Public Space 21.02.18


Czas czytania: ~1 min

One of Europe’s great contributions to the world has unquestionably been its particular way of understanding and experiencing urban public space. For millennia, the Old Continent has been producing cities on a human scale, long-lived but always dynamic, and tending to cultural diversity and civic awareness among their inhabitants. Public space is a physical form laden with non-material political values and potent social, economic and historical meaning.



Given the challenges presently being faced by an increasingly urbanised world, defending the European model of the city, far from being a mere exercise in nostalgia, is now more appropriate than ever. When urban sprawl is expanding with unprecedented momentum, when climate change is in good measure a product of the resultant urban mobility, and when the social fractures in cities are more and more evident, public space continues to be the best terrain from which to deal with the main problems arising from the urban phenomenon.



15 January - 21 February 2018 -Online registration and submition period.
20 March – 12 April 2018 - Online evaluation of the Jury.

18 and 19 April 2018 - Jury meeting at the CCCB.

June 2018 - Announcement of the award results at the Prize-giving ceremony, at the CCCB.



Olga Tarrasó

Peter Cachola Schmal

Matevž Čelik

Angelika Fitz

Hans Ibelings

Juulia Kauste

Ewa P. Porębska

Francis Rambert

Ellis Woodman

David Bravo

The prize

The European prize for Urban Public Space is a biennial, honorific competition which recognises the creation, recovery and improvement of public spaces whose condition is understood as a clear indicator of the democratic health of our cities. With this new award, the Prize—now consolidated as a privileged observatory of good practice in projects that testify to the prolific construction of public spaces around Europe—will be presented for the tenth time.


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