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EURASIAN PRIZE 2019-2020.
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News

Latest updates and announcements

Jury board 2019-2020

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Categories

The Eurasian Prize includes three competitive categories for professionals and one for students

Architecture Awards

The Eurasian Prize places special emphasis on sustainable architecture as an ongoing trend and a core principle of innovation in architecture.

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Design Awards

Sustainability and ergonomics as key principles of contemporary environment development are the main topic of the competition for Eurasian Prize in the design category.

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Urban Development Awards

The Urban Development category marks the best and balanced ideas for the construction and redevelopment of urban spaces.

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STUDENT AWARDS

The Eurasian Prize spins off the architecture and design student competition into the separate competition category, Student Awards. The category features four subcategories related to living environment design, with emphasis on sustainability.

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The Festival

Eurasian Prize, the international festival of architecture and design, is an annual set of events crowned by the Awards Gala.

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The Competition

The Eurasian Prize is awarded to architects and designers for both concepts and completed projects in three categories.

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Eligibility and Guidelines

Projects created over the past 5 years and previously not awarded the Eurasian Prize are invited to participate.

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Competitors
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Countries
559
Winners
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Accomplished projects

USER ACCOUNT FOR JURY

User account gives you an opportunity to review and evaluate all contestants’ entries. In the special section of user account you can read important news of current Season.

available since october, 03, 2020

Results of the XV Eurasian Prize 2019-2020

To participate in the 15th competitive season of the Eurasian Prize 2019-2020, more than 450 applications from 19 countries and 53 cities have been received. In the XV anniversary season, competitive projects were evaluated by a Authoritative Jury,  members of which are famous world architects and designers.

Jury Evaluation Report

To participate in the Eurasian Prize 2021

The new Eurasian Prize 2021 season starts on October 3, 2020. To participate in the XVI edition Eurasian Prize register your entry(-ies) on the website, adding images and description.

available since october, 03, 2020

Testimonials

Judges, applicants, winners and guests on the Eurasian Prize Awards and Festival.

LEE BROOM

Designer, United Kingdom

KENGO KUMA

Architect, Japan

INGMAR VITVITSKIY

Architect, Russian Federation

ALEZANDER KUZMIN

President of the Russian Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering (RAASN)

It is an architect’s moment of happiness when you are having a walk in the city with your granddaughter, and you can lead her to a building and say: «Your grandpa made it», and you are not ashamed of it.

Alberto Rubio

Spanish architect, judge for the Eurasian Prize 2014:

Yekaterinburg impressed me a lot, and I’m happy to have had a chance to hand the award to the young architects who are now learning to fly.

YURI VISSARIONOV

Vice-President, International Academy of Architecture (МААМ)

The Eurasian Prize takes place in a very fortunate place, on the border between Europe and Asia, in Ekaterinburg. The competition, therefore, has a bright future ahead.

Federico Delrosso

Italian architect, judge for the Eurasian Prize 2014:

I was a strict judge, because I believe that only the best deserve such a high award. Sometimes it was hard for me to evaluate this or that project, but I had a chance to see several truly remarkable works.

ARKADY CHERNETSKY

Member of the Federation Council, Russian Federation

I believe the Eurasian Prize is of great significance to both the international architectural community and our country as a whole. It’s my wish that the history that this competition has behind its back continues for many years to come.

Markus Forster

Consul-General of Germany in Yekaterinburg

Many advanced and promising projects have been demonstrated by the contestants. I especially marked the daring of the younger generation of architects and designers.

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