UIA’s Patrick Abercrombie Prize 2023

Honorable Mention at the UIA's Urban Planning and Design Prize

The International Union of Architects has recognised the significant impact of 300.000 Km/s urban planning and design work with an Honourable Mention for the UIA’s Patrick Abercrombie Prize for Urban Planning and Design.

Named after the first UIA President, Sir Patrick Abercrombie (known for his role in the post-war reconstruction of Great Britain), the Prize recognises exemplary works of urban and regional planning and design since it was first awarded in 1961.

This year jury was formed by José Luis Cortés (UIA’s directors) and the architects Li Xiaodong, Jan Gehl, Anupama Kundoo, Ashraf M. Salama, Carin Smuts, Nadia Tromp.

The Jury praised the seriousness of our research and reflections and commended ‘our understanding of cities and approach to a number of central cities planning issues that need to be addressed today amid the race against time in the face of climate change‘.

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