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ULI European Student Urban Design Competition
The second annual ULI European Student Urban Design Competition is a graduate-level competition that is intended to provide an interdisciplinary learning experience for real estate and design students in Europe. Self-formed student teams are asked to provide an urban design and a financial feasibility strategy for a large-scale real life site that ULI has identified somewhere in Europe. Through the formation of multidisciplinary teams, the program encourages cooperation and teamwork among future real estate professionals and the many allied professions, such as architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, historic preservation, engineering, real estate development, finance, psychology, law, and others.

This year’s site, to be announced on Monday, 4 February 2008, will be a large-scale urban regeneration site, chosen because it presents complex challenges, needing practicable, innovative solutions that reflect responsible land use. The solutions incorporate design, planning, market potential and feasibility, and development strategies. The submission to the competition will be presentation drawings, tables, schedules, and text.

The competition, which is an outgrowth of the ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition in North America, is an ideas competition; there is no guarantee or expectation that any of the submitted schemes will be applied to any site. The winning team receives 35.000 Euro and the finalist teams receive 7.000 Euro each.
İşverenUrban Land Institute
Katılım ŞartlarıStudent teams are invited to be formed at all European universities (including Turkey and Russia). Teams must consist of five members, with each student responsible for a “function” from the following disciplines: architect, landscape architect, urban planner or geographer, and financial expert. The team can determine which functions are assigned; however, at least one team member must serve as the financial expert and must be enrolled in a business or real estate degree program.
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Son başvuru tarihi17/12/2007
Kazananların açıklanması2008
10/03/2008
Soru sorma için son gün15/02/2008
Postayla gönderilen projelerin son kabul tarihi27/02/2008
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