This award for young talent is being advertised Europe-wide by SolarInput e.V. and Solarvalley Mitteldeutschland e.V. and is aimed at students and young graduates. It honours superb architecture and design projects which demonstrate the innovative use of renewable energy.
Entry terms and conditions
Students from all European design and architecture courses as well as young designers and architects who graduated up to two years ago are invited to enter the Bauhaus.SOLAR Award competition.
The submitted projects (designs and realised projects) may not be more than two years old and must have been produced during the course of study or at the most two years after studying. Official languages of the competition: German and English
AwardsThe Bauhaus.SOLAR Award is endowed with
Dates/Competition processThe competition is planned as a 2 stage process.
Award ceremony/exhibitionThe prize and the 10 runners up prizes will be awarded at the Bauhaus.SOLAR Award Ceremony on 10th November 2010 in Erfurt at the 3rd international Bauhaus.SOLAR Conference.
On this occasion the award winning designs as well as the 2nd round projects will be displayed in a special exhibition.
Contact and more informationSolarInput e.V.
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