The Schindler Award, is accepting applications for its 2010 competition
Students of architecture are invited to put forward visionary design ideas for developing an area of the grounds that were used for Berlin’s 1936 Olympic Games. The central theme of the competition is “Access for All”, a design philosophy characterized by inclusiveness and barrier-free mobility for people of all ages and capabilities.
The Schindler Award is an excellent opportunity for graduating architects to have their designs judged by a professional jury. It is open to architecture students who are either in their last year on a bachelor’s course or attending a master’s course at a European university or school of architecture. Completed projects must be submitted by July 30, 2010.
Closing date for registration 30.04.2010