2014/2015 Global Schindler Award

This award student competition asks for outstanding concepts for new urban forms related to mobility, in response to global urban change.

Category Idea Competition / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Students, Single-Stage
Genre Transportation, Urban
Country Shenzhen, China
Registration Deadline 15 November 2014 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 31 January 2015 GoogleCal
Eligibility Students of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning

Description
The task of the competition is to create an urban design-based response to a specific brief about mobility related to Shenzhen and its local and regional relationships in the Pearl River Delta. The interface of mobility networks with the built environment of the city and region must be considered in a global context. Students are asked to address the social, economic and environmental challenges presented by globalization and urbanization. Analytical design proposals should use mobility as both a catalyst and conduit for urban change. The goal of the Global Schindler Award is to create an open forum for new thinking about the challenges and possibilities of a global, urban shared future using mobility systems for greater inclusion, connection and accessibility for all.

Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
With over 100,000 Euro in prizes, the Global Schindler Award will recognize one winning competition scheme along with runners up, and a research fellowship with financial and institutional support through the ETH.

Entry Fee
None

Entries
The Registration will be open from 1 August - 15 November 2014. More details about the competition rules will follow shortly.

Timetable
Prizes awarded at the Schindler Award ceremony: April 2015

Organizer
Schindler, the ETH Zürich

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