Presentation of the Award
The Landscape Observatory of the Autonomous Province of Trento has established the GIULIO ANDREOLLI - FARE PAESAGGIO AWARDto support the preservation and management of the Alpine landscape in accordance with the provisions of the European Landscape Convention and as set out in the 2008 Provincial Urban Plan.
The GIULIO ANDREOLLI - FARE PAESAGGIO AWARD consists of a three-year selection of works, projects and initiatives carried out in the area defined by the Alpine Convention, which are able to express objectives of high landscape quality and environmental sustainability, such as planning tools, management initiatives, landscape architecture interventions and cultural actions.
The selection, which is open to the European Alpine context, is aimed at highlighting experiences which, with reference to landscape issues of interest to Trentino, have distinguished themselves for their innovative nature and the lasting effectiveness of the proposed actions, for their technical, scientific and aesthetic quality and for the proactive role played by the promoting bodies and clients.
The Thematic Areas
The three-year selection, now in its third edition, is divided into three distinct thematic areas:
Thematic Area A
Programming, planning and management initiatives
Dedicated to planning instruments, territorial and sector plans, rural development and regeneration plans, and public and private management initiatives relevant to the landscape.
Thematic Area B
Signs in the landscape
Dedicated to interventions aimed at modifying the physical characteristics of the territory through landscape redevelopment actions, recovery projects or new constructions of infrastructures, buildings and artefacts that consciously express objectives of high landscape quality within a contemporary vision of the relationship with the physical and cultural context in which they are located.
Thematic Area C
Culture, education and participation
Dedicated to initiatives aimed at promoting landscape culture through awareness-raising and communication initiatives, public participation, training and education, research and documentation.
Who can participate?
The subjects entitled to apply are:
The same person may participate in the selection process with several projects.
Click on a Thematic area to view all of the Award winners and participants.
- March 2022 Press Conference. Open call for entries
- September 2022 Closing date for submissions
- October-November 2022 Project evaluation by the Jury
- December 2022 Evaluation results
- January 2023 Awards Ceremony