The Plan Award 2017 is an award created and promoted by THE PLAN magazine to disseminate knowledge of and improve the quality of the work done by designers, academics, critics and students in the architecture, design and city planning fields, thereby promoting debate on topical design and planning themes. Completed and future projects are eligible for the award.
Individuals or groups of students and/or professionals – in the fields of architecture, city planning, design and engineering – may enter the AWARD and each individual or group may compete in each contest in the award with one or more projects from December 2016 to March 2017. Completed projects must have been nished after 1 January 2014. Projects that have already won in previous editions are not eligible.
The Plan Award 2017 is divided into various categories valid both for completed and future projects:
Culture – Museums, libraries, cultural centres
Education – Educational, training and research institutes
Health – Health centres and facilities
Hospitality – Hotels, restaurants, spa and wellbeing centres
House – Homes, houses
Housing – Apartment blocks, public housing
Industrial Design – Design objects and products
Interior – Interior design
Landscape – Green areas, parks and gardens, both public and private
Mixed Use – Multi-use buildings and complexes
Production – Manufacturing facilities and complexes
Of ce & Business – Of ce blocks and complexes, conference centres and other such venues
Public Space – Public spaces, piazzas, streets, town centres, religious buildings
Renovation – Renovation of existing structures
Retail – Shopping areas, shops, wholesale and retail outlets
Sport & Leisure – Sports facilities and elds, playgrounds, leisure areas
Transport – Stations, stopping areas, public transport stops, ports, airports]]]
Urban Planning – Design and regeneration of town centres and/or sections of urban fabric
Villa – Houses with gardens
There will be a winner for each contest and if the jury so decides then it can assign one or more honourable mentions.
“The Community wish list special price” has also been established and shall be adjudicated through online public voting.
The international jury will be announced soon and consist of prominent names from the world of architecture, city planning and design as well as leading academics. Its composition will be announced via the of cial channels of The Plan Award 2017.
For more info and subscription visit The Plan Award 2017 website