BERLIN PRIZE

PREMIO BERLINO

Dedicated to two architects in order to deepen in-depth professional issues related to urban reuse and regeneration and to participate in cultural activities on these issues in the German capital.

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Premio Berlino

The Prize is promoted by the DGAAP with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation –  Directorate-General for the Promotion of the Italian Economic System and the Italian Cultural Institute of Berlin. The Prize offers two emerging architects the chance to spend 6 months in Berlin to professionally explore themes of urban reuse and renewal and participate in cultural events linked to these topics.

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In addition to return airfare, the two winners will also receive a monthly stipend for food and lodging and reimbursement for their time working in an architectural practice investigating themes of urban renewal and practices for recovering urban peripheries.

The winning architects will also participate in cultural activities organised by the Italian Cultural Institute in Berlin and by ANCB – The Aedes Metropolitan Laboratory, including the presentation of their work at the end of the residency. Winners will also be supported by an internationally experienced tutor living in Berlin, also an expert in local professional circles.

Applicants interested in the Berlin Prize must:
a) be Italian citizens and resident in Italy;
b) be born after December 31, 1988;
c) be licenced architects; 
d) demonstrate proven experience in design and research related to the themes of urban reuse and renewal; 
e) be proficient in the English language; knowledge of German is a preferential requisite.The Commission will positively judge any applicants that have completed or are completing  at least one pertinent project.

PROCEDURES AND INFORMATION

The deadline for the submission of applications for the “Berlin Prize” is 15 July 2019
For more information, applicants are asked to contact the Italian Cultural Institute in Berlin (e-mail: premioberlino@gmail.com) or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation –  Directorate-General for the Promotion of the Italian Economic System (e-mail: dgsp-08.premioberlino@esteri.it).

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