IFLA AAPME Awards 2018 - Resilience by Design
An inaugural award initiated by the IFLA Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East (AAPME) regions. Organised by the IFLA Asia Pacific region and Co-Chaired by the three IFLA regional presidents, it is an international award for landscape design and planning recognition that is open to all IFLA regions and practitioners around the world for projects within the Africa, Asia Pacific and Middle East regions. The Award offers unlimited submissions and free registration to all.
It is the first ever cross-regional collaborative platform created to showcase single and multidisciplinary projects grounded in the landscape, with the intention of building resilience in our urban and natural systems. The Award is also a call for examples of climate change adaptation, responsible practice and the pursuit of joint efforts to address issues of resilience building, illustrated with actual case studies.
Resilience is a goal. Building resilience is a continual process. There are many different areas of focus and challenge within resilience which are reflected in the award categories. Some of these categories also aim to focus on the intricate facets and outcomes that landscape architects have to support, protect and strengthen during the process of building resilience in our cities and our environments.
HOW TO ENTER
All projects MUST be based in Africa, or the Asia-Pacific and Middle East regions as defined by IFLA’s organisational structure.
You may also refer to the following Wikipedia links for reference.
Entry registration form can be downloaded here
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION (CLOSED)
2 Feb 2018 12pm Singapore Time Zone (SGT), UTC +08
The Awards Organising Committee reserves the right to extend or not extend the submission deadline. No negotiation shall be made.
For any questions and interest to sponsor and award category, please contact Ms WONG Si Ying, IFLA AAPME Awards Secretariat, at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Information is subjected to adjustments by IFLA 2018 Organising Committee.