Making Space Award 2010

Result

Overall Winner
Entrant: TYIN Tegnestue, Norway
Name of Building/Space: Library and two residential houses
Country: Thailand

Commendations
Entrant: Jula-Kim Sieber, Darmstadt, Germany
Name of Building/Space: Scarab School, Mali and Mobile Learning Device
Country: Mali, West Africa

Entrant: Bond Bryan Architects
Name of Building/Space: The Joseph Rowntree School, York
Country: England

Entrant: Hudson Architects, London
Name of Building/Space: Open Youth Trust Centre, Norwich
Country: England

Entrant: Ignacio Grávalos Lacambra, Patrizia Di Monte, Santiago Carroquino, Spain
Name of Building/Space: Nursery in the Park, Zaragoza, Spain
Country: Spain

Entrant: Partanen and Lamusuo Partnership, Kuopio, Finland
Name of Building/Space: Punkaharju Day Care Centre, Punkaharju, Finland
Country: Finland

Entrant: Erect Architecture, London
Name of Building/Space: Kilburn Grange Park Adventure Playground, London
Country: England

Entrant: Abbozzo, Glasgow
Name of Building/Space: Hyndland After School Club, Partick, Glasgow
Country: Scotland

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Overview

An international award and conference promoting innovation, creativity and sustainability in design for children and young people aged 0-18

Category Award / Competition Result
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage
Genre Kids
Country Edinburgh, UK
Registration Deadline 8 August 2010 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 8 August 2010
Eligibility All
Target Field Building or space (indoor or outdoor) for children and young people aged 0-18 (inclusive), completed between January 2005 and December 2010

Description
Where we learn can be as important as what we learn. With a focus on meeting the physical, social, emotional as well as educational needs of every young person, from 0-18, Scotland is at the heart of an international drive to develop forward-thinking educational reform agendas. This strategy will result in not only a robust curriculum, but also schools and community spaces that encourage and support positive lifelong engagement with learning and citizenship.
This ambition is shared across the world, as countries seek to develop the values, principles and practice most appropriate to 21st century education. Making Space 2010 will bring together innovative and inspiring examples of spaces that support effective learning and which best serve their communities and bring them together.

Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
Exhibition and Publication

Entry Fee
None

Timetable
Winners announcement: 7-8 October 2010 in Edinburgh

Links
Past winners

Organizer
Children in Scotland, the OECD, Children in Europe, the Scottish Government

Official Website
http://www.childreninscotland.org.uk/html/makingspace.htm