Competition Rules, Terms and Conditions

Streetlife Design Competition is organized by Streetlife BV and Landezine. All information and material submitted to the competition is shared between the two parties.

The following terms and conditions apply to all competition participants.

            •           Teams

Teams can comprise students, young professionals or both/mixed. Team members can register on their own (one registration per team). Universities may register multiple teams if the submission material will be made as a part of the curriculum.

No team member must be older than 35 on 15 December 2022. In other words; team members that were born before 15 December 1986 can not participate.

Each team must include a landscape architect (or landscape architecture student). It is highly recommended that the teams are multidisciplinary, comprising at least one designer from another design or other relevant discipline (architect, industrial designer, artist, biologist, sociologist, ecologist etc.)

All team members of shortlisted teams will need to present the following proofs to compete for the prizes:

            •           Age and citizenship (scan of a document)

            •           Student status, if undergraduate (scan of the university issued proof or student ID)

            •           Proof of diploma/masters (scan of the document)

            •           Residency in eligible countries in case citizenship is not in eligible country (proof of residency)

If any of the data proves to be untruthful or misleading, the team in question can be disqualified at any stage of the competition. In case of disqualification, the fee will not be returned to the team.

            •           Sites

Sites need to be publicly accessible open spaces. They can be located in urban centres or on the fringes; squares, streets, parks, collective housing landscapes, post-industrial areas, landmarks etc.

The maximum size of the site is 1 hectare (2,47 acres).

The site can be any urban space, from urban centres to the margins of urbanisation in the European and North American territories: Andorra, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Isle of Man, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, United States.

            •           Submissions

The final deadline for submissions is 15 December 2022. All competition entries will need to be submitted by the deadline. Material that will be received later, will not be included in the judging process and the registration fee not returned to the registered team.

If a registered team will fail to submit the material, the registration fee will not be returned.

The registration fee will not be returned in any case.

The submitted material needs to be prepared according to the instructions provided on the streetlifedesigncompetition.com tone judged by the jury.

If a team will publicly display the submitted work before the official announcement of the winners, the team will be disqualified and the registration fee will not be returned.

            •           Intellectual Property

All IP rights will remain with the applicants at all times. The organization of the SDC (Streetlife and Landezine) holds the right to exploit and use the images for 2 years to promote the Streetlife Design Competition itself. Use of these images will always include the names of the designers/applicants. No fee will be paid for the use of this IP other than the awarded prize money.

            •           Receiving recognition

Winners and recognized teams will need to provide high-resolution material for publicity purposes. Winners will be promoted on Landezine, elsewhere on the web and in the print media.

Winners will need to send details for the transfer of the prize money. Teams can decide on their own how to split the prize money and let the organizer know which bank account gets what percentage of the prize. The maximum number of transactions per winning team is 5.

            •           Disclaimer

All submitted information concerning participants’ age, citizenship, study must be true. If not, teams will be disqualified from the competition and the registration fee will not be returned.

Competition organizers reserve the right to disqualify without a refund any submission if in the organizer’s opinion the content is inaccurate, misleading, untruthful, offensive, inappropriate or could harm Landezine’s reputation.