The jury results are in and the four winning projects have been selected. A big 'thank you' to all participants for their numerous submissions and their outstanding ideas that have contributed to the growth of the Catalogue of Possibilities. Special thanks and congratulations go to the winning projects. Implementation of the winning submissions will begin in the coming months.
The winning proposals and shortlisted projects can be found in the press release and in the jury protocol below:
The Liebling Haus in collaboration with feld72 is happy to announce the Call for Ideas for the Catalogue of Possibilities – let’s investigate the potential of the public space, during the pandemic and beyond. Let’s think about future uses of (urban) open space together. The Call for Ideas is supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum Tel Aviv.
The Call for Ideas for the Catalogue of Possibilities is more than a competition – it is a collection of ideas that aims to become a tool for public discourse on the resilient city of tomorrow, committed to public welfare. A catalogue providing practitioners and conceptual thinkers with the opportunity to express their ideas and to be both seen and heard.
How can we use public space collectively in this “new” normality?
Which structures are needed in times of social distancing?
Which places support us in taking care of each other?
What is your idea for the resilient city of tomorrow?
The Covid-19 pandemic acts as a catalyst to reflect on existing structures, organisations and habits in the public space. It provides an opportunity to create sustainable, positive change in our cities with an impact that will be felt far beyond the crisis. The Liebling Haus in collaboration with feld72 invites all interested architects, artists, conceptual thinkers, scholars, urbanists, and creative individuals from all backgrounds to submit a proposal for Caring Infrastructures for the public space. We aim to foster essential everyday aspects of a civilised society, often overlooked at the height of the pandemic, and to create shared focal points in the city.
Proposals should be generally situated in the public realm and are not limited by geographic locations, although there is a special focus on the cities of Tel Aviv and Vienna. When submitting the proposal, any medium can be chosen to visualise and describe the idea. Selected projects will be awarded in the following categories with a total amount of 15,000 Euros:
The Call for Ideas starts on January 25, 2021. All entries must be submitted to the Catalogue of Possibilities by 12:00 pm CET on May 17, 2021 (extended deadline), using the submission form. All submitted proposals will be published on the website. Project participants will retain all rights to their ideas and designs.
Proposals will be evaluated by an international interdisciplinary jury, consisting of representatives of the partner organisations and the cities of Tel Aviv and Vienna, as well as invited experts. The final decision on the outcomes will be publicly announced in June, 2021 on the website.
Please direct any related questions to email@example.com by March 19, 2021. Questions have to be asked in English. The Q&A will be published on the website at the beginning of April.
FOR MORE DETAILS READ OUR CALL FOR IDEAS.