Pape Nature Park Gateway

Participants are asked to design an entrance point to the nature park; one that serves a practical function as well as enhancing the look and appeal of the nature park.

Category Project Competition
Type International, Project, Open
Genre Landscape
Country Latvia
RegDeadline 18 April 2018 GoogleCal iCal
22 May 2018 GoogleCal
Eligibility All

The Pape Nature Park in the south west region of Latvia is a birdwatching paradise, and home to some of the region’s most unique and majestic species found in the wild. In addition to being a home for some 50,000 migratory birds each year, the Pape Nature Park is now renowned for its reintroduction of several large herbivore species into the wild. Most notably was the reintroduction of wild horses, who had been driven from the area by human agriculture and settlements.

Spreading over some 51,000 hectares, the core of the park is the Papes Lake and the Nidas Marsh, along which there are several walking and hiking trails that allow park visitors to get up close and personal with the diverse nature found there.

Alona Martinez Perez - University of Plymouth, United Kingdom and others

Total prize fund: US$ 6,000
All winning designs being put forward to the “Pasaules Dabas Fonds”, the official WWF associate partner in Latvia for consideration for construction.

Entry Fee
US $70 ~ $140
Early Bird Registration Deadline: 15 December 2017

Announcement of the winners: 13 June 2018

Bee Breeders

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