We want to inform your association that 20 years after its founding, Ala Assoarchitetti launches the Tenth Edition of Dedalo Minosse International Prize for commissioning a building 2016/2017. Follow us on https://www.facebook.com/dedalominosse/ to keep updated.

The Prize is unique among international awards programs for honouring the Client’s role in the design process.
The enrolment is free (Rules and Entry form are available on www.dedalominosse.org). Any private or public client, its architects, buildings firms, the companies supplying the works and materials, or anyone else involved in the building processing is entitled to enter the competition.

The works must have been completed between the 1st of January 2012 and the 31st of December 2016.

Jury will dedicate special attention to those works that have been taken into account the following issues: social and economical sustainability; works inspired by Design for All; use of the natural light; enhancement and conservation of the environment, the landscape and the architectural heritage; use of innovative technologies and materials; use of renewable energy and resources; promotion of traditions and local languages; multidisciplinary planning approach; integration between art/architecture.

Here the agenda for the Tenth Edition:
– awards ceremony: 23rd June 2017 at Teatro Olimpico (Vicenza, Italy)
– exhibition of the awarded works opening ceremony: 23rd June 2017 at Palazzo Chiericati (Vicenza, Italy)
– exhibition of the awarded works: 23rd June 2017– 16th July 2017 at Palazzo Chiericati (Vicenza, Italy)

You can also download high definition images and all the documents here http://www.assoarchitetti.info/press/Dedalo_Minosse_02_11_16_Press_kit_eng_.zip

Let us know if you’d have any question and for any further information we are at your disposal.

Thank you in advance for answer and for your kind collaboration.

Best regards,
Organizing Office
Premio Internazionale Dedalo Minosse

Contrà S. Ambrogio, 5
36100 Vicenza
tel. e fax 0444 235476
skypename: dedalominosse

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