Call for the Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe trophy design
The IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award is the highest honor that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow upon a landscape architect. The Award recognizes a living landscape architect whose lifetime achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture. The award is bestowed annually on an academic, public or private practitioner whose work and achievements are respected internationally.
Requirements for the design
- Should represent the profession
- Should represent the impact of Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe’s work
- Should be of a design, material and production that encompasses sustainability
- Should be designed in such a manner that the container and the object could be one or complement each other
- Should be reasonable and practical in size to carry and be representative so the object and its container do not to exceed 40 cm long.
- The object and its container should weigh less than 1000 grams.
- Should have sufficient space and appropriate surface to easily engrave the name of the awardee on it
- Should be inspiring and memorable
The submission should be made in pdf format size A4. It should include a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 pages with the following:
- The concept with a short summary text of 50 words for publication purposes
- A 3D view of each side
- Material description and costs in Euros for the production of 5 pieces
- Participants should send an email expressing their intention to participate, through an anonymous email with their code (best is a combination of 3 letters and 3 numbers in any combination) before January 07, 2014.
The material submitted will not be returned to its author.
- By accepting to compete the designers do a full transfer of rights of exploitation of the work to IFLA
- IFLA will duly recognised the winner on its “Award Competition” communications
Eligibility : All design professionals around the world are welcomed to participate individually or as a group.
Prize : The winner will be granted with €5.000 sponsored by the nursery Lorberg
Cost : The production of the award must be affordable for IFLA (maximum €500). The cost of production will be one of the evaluation criteria.
Production : The winner of the competition will produce 5 awards. These awards will be delivered at IFLA’s office in Brussels by May 15, 2014. All production and shipping costs will be covered by IFLA.
Copyright : The winner and IFLA will share the copyright of the work.
The Jury & Selection Committee
Chair: Hal Moggridge OBE PPLI
Assistant to Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe (1960-63)
Ms. Desiree Martínez, IFLA President
Mr. Ilya Mochalov, IFLA Secretary General
Mr. John Easthope, IFLA Treasurer
Dr. Tunji Adejumo, IFLA Vice-President for Africa
Mr. Carlos Jankilevich, IFLA Vice-President for Americas
Dato Ismail Ngah, IFLA Vice-President for Asia-Pacific
Ms. Ana Luengo, IFLA Vice-President for Europe
Maestro Sebastián, Mexican plastic artist
Closing date for questions
January 15, 2013
Closing date for submission
February 10, 2013
February 24, 2014
February 25, 2014
IFLA Communication Committee