** IFLA Europe Youth competition edition 2015 **
Update October 2015
Dear colleagues and participants,
we have the great pleasure to announce the winners of the edition 2015 of the IFLA Europe Youth competition !
In the category (A) Projects Morgane le Bissonnais and Timothée Verdeau won the first price with the project Framework in progress.
Street Garden from Segal Lotem (2nd price) and Climate responsive from Rick Lensink (3rd price) have caught our attention as well.
The first price for the category (B) Sites went to Gerwin de Vries for the project Sprenckpark.
Sol Square received the 2nd price (Elisenda Lurbes Soriano, Alexandre Puig Flamerich, Ana Quintana Zazurca, Sergi Romero Moreno, Giorgia Sgarbossa)
And not to be forgotten, as already announced on facebook, Nora Hegyi won the People Choice’s award for the project Tree Rings, a story to tell.
Thanks for your interest and all your applications and don’t forget the next edition during the spring 2016
Update 15/09/06 Youth competition is now ended. We would like to ask you for your support, give your opinion and determine the People’s Choice Award ! This will be the page with most “likes” at 12 midnight CET 20.09.2015 on our facebook page
Update 15/08/25 IFLA Europe is really proud of the interest for the Youth Competition from all over Europe. However we want to advise again that any application which would not fulfill the rules mentionned on the website and not be accompagned with an application form will NOT be considered. Thank you and good luck! ——————————————————————————————————————————————–
IFLA Europe proudly announces the launch of its Young Professionals Competition on the theme „Use of trees and vegetation in the design and construction of resilient urban areas”.The competition is open to entries from 15th June 2015. The deadline for submitting contributions is 1st September 2015. The results will be announced in September 2015.
Read more about the competition topic :
The brief of the competition is to produce a design based submission which describes the use of plants and vegetation, and in particular trees, in the creation of resilient urban areas. The use of the term resilient is used in the sense that the planting of vegetation and trees forms part of the means by which urban areas may react to the changing climate and conditions of our planet. This may be in the form of helping to reduce temperatures, to assist in control of flooding whether planted in the urban area or the hinterland in order to be part of an attenuation or flood management, using suburban drainage systems or simply as a means to creating a healthier and more vibrant and human scale environment
Please find here the IFLA Europe YPC press release
and the competition poster above :