Slant Awards Spring 2012

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Slant Awards Spring 2012

Time: April 4, 2012 at 6pm to June 11, 2012 at 7pm
Location: International
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Event Type: competition
Organized By: Hugh Ryan
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2012

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Announcing the SLANT AWARDS SPRING 2012 Competition and this competition is open to all, with the challenge being to design a concept plan for a city sector which is undergoing urban renewal.


As in our previous competitions we want participants to have as free a hand as possible when designing this project; therefore we are keeping the brief and the entry requirements to a minimum.


The city in question is not a real city, it has been designed solely for this competition, and its location is not being specified.


It is a generic city that could be almost anywhere in the world and participants are free to choose the country in which you would like this imaginary city to be located.


This is a worldwide competition open to all those who have an interest in landscape design and urban planning, and students are especially encouraged to enter.



Prize 1      Euro 1,000

Prize 2      Euro    600

Prize 3      Euro    400




Steve Martino FASLA (USA)         

Teresa Moller (Chile)                  

Prof Paolo l Bürgi (Switzerland)  


Closing date for submissions 11 June 2012





Emily V Black,

Competition Administrator,

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