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    The Cities We Need

    Lecture by Michael Kimmelman | 18 June 2018

    With the threat of climate change and the exponential growth of cities, Michael Kimmelman, art and architecture critic of The New York Times, calls for a twenty-first-century model of the city that is more responsible with its environs and towards the peo
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    Award-Giving Ceremony for the European Prize for Urban Public Space 2018

    Wednesday, 20th June 2018, 6:30h

    The winners of the tenth award will be announced at the ceremony and the president of the Jury, Olga Tarrasó, will make an appraisal of the works presented.
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    The 25 Finalists of The 2018 Prize Now Published

    After the issuing of the verdict by the International Jury, the 25 finalist works of the 2018 Prize are now available for consultation on this website. Among the 25 finalists there are the winners and special mentions, that will not be revealed until the
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    The 2018 International Jury Meets at the CCCB

    The nine members of the International Jury of the tenth edition of the European Prize for Urban Public Space are meeting on the 18 and 19 April at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) to evaluate the 279 submitted works.
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    179 European cities in favour of public space

    Entries for the 2018 Prize combine to offer an outstanding representation of cities which endorse public space as an essential aspect of urban improvement.
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    Voice: Raquel Rolnik

    “Public space should be seen in in its dual symbolic and material dimensions as a common good belonging to citizens.”

    The Professor of Urban Planning of the University of São Paulo, Raquel Rolnik warns of the dangers of losing public space in cities governed by the logic of privatisation.
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    Jury Starts with Reviewing Process of 2018 Prize

    The registration period is now closed, and 279 works have been successfully submitted. The International Jury, chaired by Olga Tarrasó is now going through the reviewing process of the works. The final resolutions will be announced in June.
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    Olga Tarrasó to be Jury President for the Tenth Award of the Prize

    Architect and holder of a Master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and president of the Jury of the European prize for Urban Public Space, 2018.
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    The registration period for the 2018 Prize ends

    The registration period has ended with 323 projects in total, coming from 36 different countries.
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