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The IV edition of the biennial Living Places – Simon Architecture Prize 2022 for architecture nominations and registrations can now be made until September. The vocation of this recognition is to distinguish those architectural projects (including interiors, public spaces and landscaping) whose excellence enhances the capacity of the spaces to ensure the comfort of its inhabitants.

Collective Places and Personal Places are the two categories of the award, reflecting an interest in architecture projected and explained through the point of view of the inhabitant, and focusing on experiences that challenge the space, its design and resolution. Video, considered the perfect tool for bringing architecture closer to the general public and the most suitable medium for transmitting the atmosphere of the venue, is the main presentation format.

Works by authors who are qualified architects, city planners and/or landscapers are invited to participate in the Simon Architecture Prize 2022. The authors can be residents of any country, and of any age and nationality, and can submit their entry individually or as part of a multi-disciplinary team. Entries can be nominated by their architects, but also by collaborators, clients and/or users who wish to nominate projects known to them, by pre-registering on the website. Participation is free of charge and there is a winning prize of 10.000 €.

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