Architects have found global talent
INSPIRELI AWARDS is the premier global contest for aspiring architects and designers.
2016 Winners and Finalists
INSPIRELI AWARDS 2016, the largest international competition for young architects and designers under the age of 35, congratulates this year’s winners.
Italian architect Giacomo Garziano, as selected by the competition’s international jury of renowned architects, was praised as the brightest new talent of the up and coming generation. Giacomo was selected in close competition among more than 1000 other contestants from 99 countries. Second place was awarded to Japanese student of architecture Daiki Watanabe and third place was awarded in a tie to both Iranian architect Somayeh Ravanshadnia and Italian architect Magdalena Tröbinger. The winner of public voting was French architect Said Belmir.
Submit one or more school projects into any of the three categories: ARCHITECTURE, URBAN DESIGN and LANDSCAPE, INTERIOR DESIGN
You can also compete with your projects in these sub-competitions within INSPIRELI AWARDS - INSPIRELI ARCHICAD PRIZE, INSPIRELI LUMION PRIZE and INSPIRELI COMPETITION (Campus of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava)
All sub-competitions are evaluated both individually with their own jury and within student projects (if the scope of the project corresponds to this) in the main INSPIRELI AWARDS competition. So it is possible to win with such a project more than once!
For each project, it is possible to mention all team members they worked with you.
Here is a simple checklist of things to do for you new entry:
Make sure your project meets submissions requirements
Minimum size: 1000 x 1000px
Maximum size: 8160 x 8160px
File formats: PNG, JPG or PDF
Color mode: RGB
By including a description to your entry, you'll increase your chances of winning by helping the INSPIRELI AWARDS jurors better appreciate your submissions and the meaning behind it.
Due to the international character of the context, all enters are required to be written in English.