YOUNG PLANNERS AWARD
YOUNG PLANNERS AWARD
ENERGY EFFICIENCY - EFFECTS ON HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
The International Federation for Housing and Planning (IFHP) seeks to amplify the voices and visions of emerging professionals throughout the world. We invite all young planners, and interdisciplinary teams of architects/architectural interns, urban planners, landscape architects, engineers, geographers, sociologists, and economists to submit innovative projects striving for URBAN (SU)STA(INA)BILITY.
The IFHP Young Planners Award is open to young planners and interdisciplinary planning teams of architects, urban planners, landscape architects, engineers, geographers, sociologists and economists who have completed their studies within the past five years.
Why should you participate? For one, it is FREE! Utilize this fantastic opportunity to gain international exposure for your talents and ideas. If that is not incentive enough, see the award section below. Additional information on the Young Planners Award is available at www.ifhp2009berlin.de.
Submissions are to include buildings and/or urban development design plans, research, and/or a project in development completed during the applicant‘s professional experience. If the applicant is submitting a project involving those not eligible for this award, please clearly define the team involved and your role in the design and decision making process. The project‘s urban development context and the innovative planning approaches incorporating the application of environmentally sound technologies must be clearly evident in all submissions. Each project is limited to (2) A1 sheets in .pdf format via email no later than Friday, 24 April 2009, 11:59 CET to:
The projects will be put before an international, interdisciplinary jury of members comprised of the Board of the IFHP member organizations. Three to five winners will be chosen.
Authors of winning submissions will be invited as guests of the IFHP World Congress in Berlin, where their work will be presented to the general assembly. In addition to the winning entries being presented and exhibited to the Congress, all entries will be posted on the IFHP website. Finally, the authors of winning submissions will be given a complimentary 1-year membership to IFHP.
Results are announced on the site.