Tactical Urbanism Now!

TerraViva Competitions

15.06.2020 - 21.12.2020

About the Programme

The challenge of this competition is to encourage participants to imagine a city where public space goes beyond the traditional conception of a park, a square or a street. The idea is to experiment with new urban scenarios which are able to promote social exchange, community activities and citizens interaction through the implementation of multifunctional designs. Following the principles of Tactical Urbanism, participants are therefore asked to propose innovative and unconventional projects able to improve the current conditions of public spaces. If the question is how to do it, then modularity and flexibility of use might be strategic aspects that can help you to come up with interesting ideas! How the same space could allow different functions according to the program of the day? How can a space meet different needs according to the requirements of the potential users? Use your imagination and propose a concept that takes urban space into another level, transforming it to become more playful, lively and welcoming. Schedule - “Early” registration from 15.06.2020 to 15.09.2020 – 11.59 PM CET - “Standard” registration from 16.09.2020 to 15.11.2020 – 11.59 PM CET - “Late” registration from 16.11.2020 to 29.11.2020 – 11.59 PM CET Registration fees - “Early” registration – 59 €* - “Standard” registration – 89 €* - “Late” registration – 119 €* *All prices are excluding vat (22%) Submission 2 x A2 panels (landscape oriented) + a brief text describing the proposal (max. 250 words). Projects must be submitted through the upload section within 29.11.2020 – 11:59 PM CET (Central European Time). Results Results will be published on this website on December 21st 2020. Prizes - 1st Prize : 2.000,00 € - 2nd Prize : 1.000,00 € - 3rd Prize : 500,00 € - Gold Mention #1 : 250,00 € - Gold Mention #2 : 250,00 € - 10 Honorable Mentions - 30 Finalists Shortlisted

About Us

TerraViva Competitions works as a cultural hub focused on innovative ideas linked to design, architecture and urbanism.