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There's still time (a little) before the June 2 deadline to enter the third consecutive year of this competition, for a first prize of 7000 euro and to be covered with glory. From their website:

"Awards are in recognition of newly designed gardens or for redesign of existing gardens.
The competition highlights the garden as a place of innovation, as a space for creative expression and action, as contemporary dialogue between architecture and landscape.

The award criteria include: idea, artistic and conceptual quality, use of plants and materials, relationship between inside and outside, delimitation of space and organisation of open space, technical and ecological planning. Special attention will also be given to the individual diversity of use and functionality.

This is an open competition. Landscape architects, architects, designers, artists, florists, nurseries and landscaping firms, garden owners—as well as teams consisting of a combination thereof—are eligible."




2007 first prize winner Jane Sarah Bihr-de Salis, Landscape Architect BSLA of Kallern, Switzerland , designer of Garten Lukoschus-Dinte, won for disconnected hornbeam hedges and a tea-house floor composed of cow bones, a historical reference to the use of cast-off bones in medieval flooring.

Private Plots and Public Spots also holds a yearly International Symposium on Garden Architecture, to be held this year September 27, 2008 at the Loisium Hotel wine & spa resort, Langenlois, Austria.
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