With Cumulus partner BEOPEN we are delighted to announce three of the four student winning proposals of the competition “Design for Sustainable Cities” which focused on the UN’s SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. ‘Design for Sustainable Cities’ is an international student competition organized by BE OPEN and Cumulus. The focus is the United Nations’ SDG11: Sustainable Cities and Communities. The international jury of the competition included Cumulus board members José Allard (Chile) and Robin Turner (South Africa) and was chaired by professor Luisa Collina (Italy), Cumulus Honorary President.
The Main Prize (€5,000) went to a student team of the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, for their Renova project which proposes a sustainable business model for city regeneration. Congratulations to Beril Beden, Angela Corrado, Anika Rieth, Brenda Villafana, Luiza Braga, Mariah Giacchetta.
The Safe City Prize (€2,000) was given to a student from Shandong University of Art & Design, China, for the Urban renewal design around Qilu Hospital project which proposes a renewal of this urban area within a smart city framework. Congratulations to student winner Zhixiang Yang.
The Public Vote Prize (€2,000) went by majority online vote to Catalina Mutis Gutiérrez, a student from Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia. Catalina’s Innovation Laboratory that leverages a disused block in the historical center of Bogotá.