Award Editions Frontend Portlet
Brussels (Belgium), 2021
Flow, designed and built with the participation of fifty young people, is the first open-air swimming pool to be constructed in Brussels in forty years.
Developer: POOL IS COOL
Authors: Jozef Wouters, Pool is cool
Lund (Sweden), 2021
Lund Cathedral decided to use its properties to develop a public space that would be an alternative to the logic of rapid urbanisation in its surroundings.
Developer: Lunds Domkyrka (Lund Cathedral)
Authors: Price & Myers, Brendeland & Kristoffersen Architects
Riga (Latvia), 2021
A grassroots initiative for recovering an abandoned site becomes a new system, a model of public space that combines productive logics and non-domesticated nature as a new community space.
Developer: Artilērijas dārzi
Authors: Artilērijas dārzi
Toulouse (France), 2020
The removal of an open-air carpark becomes an occasion to restore eminence to place Saint-Sernin, Toulouse, by bringing back trees as the predominant feature of the vertical condition of the public space and establishing an area that can accommodate a range of public uses.
Developer: Toulouse Métropole
Authors: BAU (Joan Busquets, Pieter-Jan Versluys), MDP (Michel Desvigne), LEA, EGIS