LONDON VERTICAL FARM, London / Vereinigtes Königreich
LONDON VERTICAL FARM
AGRICOLTURE IN THE URBAN CONTEXT
Non Architecture Competitions
In 2020 we started the second phase of competitions to address the issues of tomorrow.
In line with our style, we propose 9+2 themes – eleven critical topics to work on. Rather than a program, a research ecosystem composed of various competitions running in parallel and exploring the same theme from different perspectives.
Our exploration journey will continue with theme six: WASTE.
Brief in short:
In this competition, we encourage participants to come up with visionary concepts for a vertical farm in the urban context – only 1 drawing, absolute freedom of scale. Designers are asked to design a vertical farm integrated into the urban fabric, while providing a sustainable solution. By focusing on the food production in the urban environment, designers can also come up with innovative and creative solutions to problems such as space limitations and environmental degradation.
Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually. The registration fee is paid per team, regardless of how many members form it. Personal information of all the team members can be uploaded during the submission procedure of the final drawing.
1 – 31 March 2023 – Special Registration Phase (40 €*).
1 – 30 April 2023 – Early Registration Phase (55 €*).
1 – 31 May 2023 – Regular Registration Phase (70 €*).
1 – 30 June 2023 – Last Minute Registration Phase (100 €*).
15 June 2023 – Submission opens on our website.
30 June 2023 – 11.59 PM – Submission closes.
24 – 28 July 2023 – Winner announcement.
PRICES ARE PER TEAM. A maximum number of 4 people can form a team.
The timing always refers to Central European Time (CET)
* +22% VAT.
The jury members are the following:
Kasmir Jolma Founder of Jolma Architects, Architect & Planner
Ruben Bergambagt Co-Founding Partner of Superimpose Architecture
James Martin President and CEO in Lemna Environmental Technologies
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