Call for 2020 WLA award jurors
The call has gone out for jurors to participate in next year’s World Landscape Architecture Awards. People have until tomorrow Friday, 4 October 11:59 GMT (London time) to apply.
Potential jurors should have a minimum of 10 years experience as a landscape architect, or be a professor at a university with a recognised landscape architecture programme. They would preferably belong to a professional organisation like the New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects. Previous experience on a design award jury is also a must.
The awards are held to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work, and to promote the profession. They endeavour to recognise innovative work - conceptual and built.
Any juror must commit to up to 15 hours of work, most of it spent on independent reviews and scoring in your own time. There will be three rounds of judging in March and April. Award winners will be decided by teleconferencing. The majority of work is independent reviewing and scoring in your own time.
If you are a juror you can’t enter the awards. Nor can your company.
This year the WLA Awards attracted over 175 entries from across the world for five categories including Built – Large, Built – Small, Built Residential, Conceptual and Student Award.
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