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    "Peoplescapes: Different Aproaches to Public Space"

    10/11/16 | 17:15h | Sala Carbonera of Teatre Principal | Olot (Spain)
    The Prize, represented by Enric Batlle, Francesc Muñoz and David Bravo, to participate in the panel "Public space and commons: dilemmas and contradictions in the processes of space recovery", organized by the Landscape Observatory.

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    The Award-Giving Ceremony 2016

    The event gathered local and international experts on urban planning, design and architecture as well as public authorities and policy makers in a festive environment to celebrate the new efforts to rethink and design urban public spaces.
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    Special Recognition of the 2016 Prize for the City of Copenhagen

     The Jury has decided to create a special category in order to recognise the public policies introduced and supported by the city of Copenhagen.
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    The 25 Finalists of The 2016 Prize Now Published

    After the issuing of the verdict by the International Jury, the 25 finalist works of the 2016 Prize are now available for consultation on this website. Among the 25 finalists there are the winners and spetial mentions, that will not be revealed until the
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    The exhibition "Polis" lands in Saint Petersburg

    “Polis: 7 lessons of European Prize for Urban Public Space (2000- 2014)” | 28/04/2016-29/05/2016 | Aleksandrinsky Theatre

    The retrospective exhibition of the Prize, “Polis: 7 lessons of European Prize for Urban Public Space (2000- 2014)”,  opened its doors to the public of Saint Petersburg. The exhibition will take place at The New Stage until 29 May of 2016
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    International Jury Meets at the CCCB

    28/04/2016 13:35

     The ten members of the International Jury of the ninth edition of the European Prize for Urban Public Space are meeting on the 28 and 29 April at the Centre of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) to evaluate the 276 submitted works.
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    Jury Starts with Reviewing Process

    The registration period is now closed, and 276 works have been successfully submitted. The International Jury, chaired by Enric Batlle is now going through the reviewing process of the works. The final resolutions will be announced on July.
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    “AgoraTXT”, a New Section of Articles on This Website

    The website publicspace.org presents the section AgoraTXT, which will offer a selection of articles concerned with the values of, and challenges faced by public space in European cities
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    Call for entries
    European Prize for Urban Public Space 2016

    Registration from 13 January to 22 February

    The Prize organisers call for entries, namely all kinds of interventions which, completed between 2014 and 2016, create or recover the urban spaces we share, or improve their democratic quality
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    Enric Batlle, President of the Jury for the Ninth Award of the Prize

    The Catalan architect is internationally recognised for his considerable experience in creating green spaces connecting landscapes in city outskirts and strengthening their ecological values.
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