Student Awards – Евразийская Премия
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Student Awards

Detailed competition program for the 2022 Student category

The Eurasian Prize

In its 17th edition, 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.

Overall evaluation will be based on the following criteria with their relevance depending on each subcategory:

  • Purpose focus
  • Sustainability
  • Practical utility
  • Construction, operation and maintenance efficiency
  • Social awareness
  • Operational safety
  • Aesthetical contribution
  • Innovative solutions and approach

Sustainability aspects and criteria

The international expert jury will assign extra points to the entries which are built around the three-pronged sustainability concept, including and combining social, environmental and economical aspects of architecture. For this reason, entrants are asked to specify how their projects relate with the following sustainability aspects:

  • use of materials, practices and technologies which meet the requirements of green building by carrying out the project
    resource-efficiency throughout the building’s life-cycle which includes site selection, laying the groundwork, maintenance, operational effectiveness and demolition scenario
  • use of sustainable construction materials and finishes
  • reduced transport loads through use of building materials from local sources
  • onsite generation of renewable energy through solar power, hydrothermal power, wind power and other
  • use of highly energy-efficient and energy-saving materials



URBAN PLANNING – “City-technology” (smart city); “Eco-city” (a city that is in equilibrium with the surrounding natural environment and with internal natural-anthropogenic spaces); “Multinational city”; “Quality city” – projects and solutions that are designed to improve the level and characteristics of the city, show a deeper potential within the city, integrate the spirit and culture of the city into urban planning processes and form a spiritual essence that reflects the identity of the city, making buildings more beautiful, more convenient utilities and more comfortable living environment. In all proposals, the city should not come into conflict with the natural environment.


INDUSTRIAL ARCHITECTURE – Factories, Recycling centres, Science and technology hubs and centers, Production facilities, Science parks, Technological clusters, environmental research and protection facilities.


PUBLIC AND RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE – Housing, Priathouses,Mixed-use objects including functionally different groups of premises united by a single compositional and planning intent; Exhibition centers, Congress halls, Coworking Spaces, Business centers; Shopping facilities, Retail, Showrooms.


INDUSTRIAL DESIGN  – Lighting, furniture, kitchenware, table linens, bath and tabletop accessories, interior objects, decorative objects, rugs, stemware, bed accessories, home equipment. Small architectural forms and objects of the urban environment, cycle parking, children’s play and sports grounds, elements of street improvement, pavilions, stops, outdoor furniture, etc.


1st Stage

April 1 — October 15, 2022
Submission period

2nd Stage

November 2022
International Jury Voting 1st stage;

December 2022
short-liste announcement

3rd Stage

January 2023
International Jury Voting 2nd stage;

January 2023
Public Online Voting;

February 2023
Laureates announcement;

Final Event GALA;

For further details on the timeline please refer to Eligibility & Rules.


As an architecture student, you are offered a unique opportunity to get an independent expert evaluation of your skill, knowledge and talent.

Entries must be projects designed or completed in the past four (3) years, between 2020 and 2022, and which have never been awarded with the Eurasian Prize at the Professional level.

For more information please refer to Eligibility & Rules


  1. Register your entry(-ies)* on the Eurasian Prize website, adding images and description.
  2. Provide fee payment.

* The number of entries per entrant is unlimited

* Entries must be projects designed or completed in the past three (3) years, between 2020and 2022, and which have never been awarded with the Eurasian Prize at the Professional level.

For more information please refer to Eligibility & Rules.


To unlock their entries to judges, Student level entrants are required to:

  • provide a single payment of $28 USD
  • subscribe to the Eurasian Prize pages on social
  • share the announcement (pinned post) on their profile (privacy of the shared publication should be set to Public)
  • send a link to your social profile with shared publication OR a screenshot to


If payment for the entry fee is provided by a legal person (private or public organization, as opposed to a natural person such as an architect or designer, or team of architects/designers), the amount of payment increases by $140 USD.

For more information please refer to Eligibility & Rules

Each entry must contain the below

  • Fully completed information about the team of authors;
  • Images for Jury: illustrations, drawings, diagrams, revealing the content of the project in JPG format, each illustration no more than 2048×2048 pixels in size and no more than 1.5 MB. (single images only, no collages); 
  • Images should be named the Code of Entry with numbers # 1,2,3 … in order of importance (Code # 1 – the Main Image). For architectural projects, the presentation of plans and sections of buildings and structures is mandatory. The number of images – up to 20;
  • Entry Description must contain a title and a narrative of at least 200 words and no more than 400 words. In the description indicate the Entry Status and Year;

In addition:

  • Attached link to full materials about the project (ZIP or RAR archive): Illustrative material in high resolution, including a portrait of the team (jpg, jpeg files). Video about the project (optional, mov, mpg, flv or mp4 files): no more than 300 MB. Extended description of the project or press materials (optional), full list of authors. The total weight of the archive – no more than 1 GB.


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