Bristol, UK, June 29-July 3, 2015
Co-organizers: Bristol City Council, The Academy of Urbanism, University of the West of England
Projects that showcase the urban design principles and livability criteria espoused by IMCL will be considered for exhibition or an award. Projects related to the topic Designing for Green, Healthy Cities are actively sought, and will be given particular consideration.
Eligibility: Urban design, architecture, planning, and landscape architecture projects are eligible. Projects may be already in use, or proposed. There are no geographic limitations.
The Awards Committee will be looking for built and natural design projects that enhance the livability of the city by creating a more humane, multi-functional, stimulating, useful, beautiful, egalitarian public realm. They will seek projects that contribute to creating a city integrated with its region and landscape, a city for children, a city based on human scale and the pedestrian, a city that promotes health and healthy behavior, a city of short distances, a city that is a work of art… A Livable City.
IMCL awards are an extraordinary honor, difficult to attain. Every awarded project will represent a case study intended to be used in support of IMCL goals, and therefore must be of extremely high quality, and packed with award-worthy content. The results will be displayed to represent IMCL aspirations at future Conferences, in publications, or on the IMCL website.
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