The student competition at the IFLA 2011 is now open.
The student competition at the IFLA 2011 is now open. Entrants are tasked with producing a landscape architecture design that deals with the problem of growing land use pressures.
The guideline for entry is as follows:
“Entrants should choose one example of an urban/rural transition/boundary in which the values for land are in conflict. They should propose a landscape architectural response to it and show that urban boundaries can be positive transitional elements between the urban landscape and undeveloped land, if they are planned and designed properly.”
Entries should be made by 26 March 2011 through the contact Ms Kerstin Godeke firstname.lastname@example.org who is also available on +41 55 222 49 60.
For full details of the competition visit: ifla2011.com