We are thrilled to announce that we are among the 9 finalists for the Rosa Barba Prize in the 10th International Landscape Biennial, with our project Landscapes of Cohabitation. We have been selected by the Jury among over 500 of the best international projects to present our work during the Landscape Biennial Symposium and run for the Prize. This is a huge honor and recognition.
"The International Landscape Biennial is one of the oldest and most prestigious initiatives on European and International level for Landscape Architecture. The first European Landscape Biennial was organised in 1999. Since then this event, pioneering at the moment, has become the meeting point for Landscape Architects, students and dissemination tool of great importance to the world of landscape. Since 2014 the Biennial has unveiled new landscape realities through the internationalization of its Rosa Barba Landscape Prize. The Rosa Barba Prize, this year celebrating its 10th edition, was born with the mission to distinguish the best landscape projects conducted worldwide and to celebrate the memory of the woman who inspired the Biennial. Among the around 500 applications received in each edition, the prize awarded and the finalists serve to discover new talents in the discipline and recognize the value of the best practices of contemporary Landscape Architecture." Jordi Bellmunt Chiva, Introductory History of the International Biennial of Landscape Architecture of Barcelona
More about our entry in the 10th International Landscape Biennial here: https://landscape.coac.net/paisajes-de-cohabitacion
See you all in Barcelona!!!