There are only a few more weeks to enrol onto the competition launched by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation and the Netherlands Architecture Institute. The competition aims to stimulate ideas about how architecture, urban design, planning and landscape architecture could contribute to improving biodiversity. The competition dares designers to deliver a combination of creative and innovative designs and implementation strategies.
This is an open, two-stage international competition split into the following categories:
1. ‘Concept and Strategy’ – for ideas on a conceptual and strategical level.
2. ‘Design and Development’ – for live-changing designs and innovative processes and life cycles.
There will be three winners across both categories with the first prize for each category €12,500. The jury includes Winy Maas founder of MVRDV, Professor Louise E.M. Vet from the Netherlands Institute of Ecology and Paul Vetter from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation.
Deadline for enrolment is 29 February.
For more information, please visit: The Green Architecture Competition