FuturArc Prize 2023
The way built environments are designed should keep pace or even foresee changes in societal compositions. Whether countries are facing decreasing birth rates and mortality rates, resulting in an ageing population, or an increasing productive age group—in today’s climate context and resource shortages, can we still afford to design in ‘silos’?
Addressing the needs of an ageing or booming population entails new systems of care and empowerment—taking into account architectural life cycle as well as the life span of functional relevance from the users’ point of view.
FUTURARC PRIZE (FAP) 2023: CROSS-GENERATIONAL ARCHITECTURE asks: How can we design architecture that responds to societal issues for tomorrow’s generations amidst ongoing climate and planet challenges? How can we address quality of life and well-being for all age groups together with Nature? How can these built spaces be sustainable and not add further distress to the environment?
FuturArc Prize: Past Cycles
The winning entries, merit recipients and jury meeting highlights of FAP 2022 have been featured in FuturArc 3Q 2022 | Green Awards: Reinterpretation. To view the winner and merit panels in full, download FuturArc App and get 30 days of free access to our digital magazines! For more info about FAP 2022, click here.
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FuturArc Green Leadership Award: Past Cycles
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