The biannual prize seeks to encourage innovative and visionary architectural concepts that explore new models of living and strategies for inhabiting an urban context over a broad expanse of 30 years. Reflecting processes of change, Superscape opens a creative space for unconventional ideas meant to deliver new impulses to real-life architectural output and urban development.
2020 THEME: MIXED-USE CITY - Living, Working and Urban Production
The barriers between public and private space, between living and working, between digital and analogue are steadily disappearing. As we search for forward-looking, sustainable and people-oriented approaches to urban development the idea of “mixed-use” has huge potential. In this context, urban production and its increasing importance as a significant element of the diversified city plays a prominent role.
RESULTS OF PHASE 1
Architects, landscape architects, urban planners, designers and interdisciplinary project teams were invited to submit their approaches and ideas on this year’s topic.
Out of 153 submissions from 31 nations the distinguished jury – consisting of Angelika Fitz, Claudia Nutz and Andreas Rumpfhuber – has nominated six concepts for the shortlist, to be elaborated further until the end of August. During a second jury meeting, in September 2020 the winner of Superscape 2020 will be chosen.
For more information on this year’s shortlist click here.
€ 10.000,- for the winning project,
€ 2.000,- for each finalised shortlist project
WBV-GPA, Wohnbauvereinigung für Privatangestellte
ADDITIONAL PRIZE in Vienna - Founders Lab
The jury and the Vienna Business Agency has chosen the project “City Farm” by Vanessa Braun and Daniel Löschenbrand from all the entries to Superscape from Vienna. The authors of this project have now the opportunity to participate in the two-month learning and workshop format “Founders lab” in autumn 2020.