Dubai International Garden Competition
Competition is open to worldwide designers
The Dubai International Garden Competition is launching a call for proposals to select designers to create the new temporary gardens for the Competition for its 1st edition to be held from April 03-06, 2014 on the site of “The Venue, Downtown Dubai”.
Open Theme is imposed and designers are invited to submit projects that create memorable experiences. Designers may submit their proposal as individuals or inter-disciplinary teams composed of a landscape architect, architect, designer, artist, engineer, scientist, botanist, horticulturalist etc. The Competition encourages participants to form multidisciplinary teams to favour an approach that encompasses the various design disciplines.
The following people are excluded from this call for applications
Members of the jury and their close family
Photos of Gardens will be published on the official DIGC Website
The Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) Registered Judges’ decisions shall be final.
Closing date for receiving the garden projects:
Thursday the 16th Of February 2014 before 5:00 pm
Selection Process: The designers will be selected by a jury on the basis of:
The originality, coherence and clarity of the concept and the creative approach;
The contribution of their approach to the art of the garden and its renewal;
The positioning or critical basis of their proposal with regard to the practice of garden design;
The quality of the professional practice and recognition of the excellence of constructed work of the designers.
Dubai International Garden Competition 2014 Event Details
Date: Tuesday, 1st – Saturday, 5th April 2014
Duration: 5 days
Audience: General Public
Category: Community, Lifestyle
Venue: Downtown Dubai Near the Burj Khalifa
Admission: Online Registration
Telephone: + 971 4 421 59 59, + 971 55 581 2077
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