FHLE students have achieved significant success. The work in which they participated won a prestigious award
by SPU Web Editor
The wooden object Rampolynå in Partizánske won the prestigious international award BigSEE Architecture Award 2020. Students of the Faculty of Horticulture and Landscape Engineering - Klaudia Dočekalová, 3rd year Bc. (Landscape and garden architecture) and doctoral student Ing. Miroslav Čibik, (Department of Garden and Landscape Architecture) participated on the project.
The work, led by Danish carpenter and architect Tobias Foged Permin and architect Danica Pišteková from the Woven studio, was designed and realized by promising young architects from various cities and countries. In addition to being included in the overall category, the work was also nominated in the Landscape Architecture category as the best project for the Grand Prix award.
Every year, the international BigSEE Architecture Award selects the highest quality projects from 18 European countries in the following categories: commercial architecture, residential architecture, landscape and urban space.
The awards ceremony will take place on 16 October 2020 in Ljubljana (Slovenia), where all the awarded projects will also be exhibited.