Since 2003, the Eurasian Prize® have provided a one-of-a-kind chance for architects and designers to evaluate their skill, expertise and calling. The statuettes and certificates, awarded to the best professionals and the most promising emerging talents, have helped them gain international acknowledgement and competitive advantage. Nowadays the Eurasian Prize initiative continues to fulfill its mission, providing new opportunities and perspectives.
The mission of the Eurasian Prize® is to discover, encourage and promote projects, that combine excellences, innovations, the qualify of life, social accountability.
The contemporary challenges of uncontrolled urbanization, poverty, isolation, social maladjustment, climatic and environmental changes pose an inevitable question before architects and designers, how architecture could be used to transform society and strengthen social solidarity. Architecture is a powerful tool which can help resolve social contradictions and architects can and should become agents of change towards social consent.
"Eurasian Prize" encourages sustainable responses to the technological, environmental, socioeconomic, and cultural issues affecting building and construction.
Since 2003, the “Eurasian Prize” Awards program has pursued the following objectives:
The international competition higntlightes innovative projects and future-oriented concepts – and is one of the most significant on Eurasia continent. Projects and concepts in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, design of public spaces and environmental items are eligible for entry in the competition.
The competition program includes two categories: professionals and students.
The jury of the Eurasian Prize international architecture and design competition is composed of professionals representing the relevant subject areas: internationally reputed town-planners, urbanists, architects, designers, publishers, gallerists and representatives of professional associations.
The jury’s marks are based on the following criteria: