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Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Prize of Berlin

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General Informations

The prize has been awarded since 1965. The award is offered for the three sections of Garden and Landscape Architecture (A), Municipal Green Space Planning (B) and Landscape Planning including nature conservation (C), each with one task.
The focus is on the drawing presentation. Until the award jury have made a decision, the procedure will be treated as an anonymous competition. There will not be a preliminary inspection of contents of the contributions submitted. The language of the competition is German, and English will also be accepted.

An independent jury selected by the organizer will select the best solution in each task field which will then be awarded the Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Prize. Further work of special merit may receive Peter-Joseph-Lenné-recognitions. For work of especially high quality, which deliver contributions for using plants, the Karl-Foerster-Recognition can be awarded within the scope of the Lenne-Prize procedure. The prize winners will be honoured at a ceremony in Berlin. A selection of the works will be shown at an exhibition in Berlin. The results of the procedure as well as illustrations of the best and most interesting work will be published in a documentation.

A Peter-Joseph-Lenné-Prize totalling 5,000 Euros can be awarded in each of the sections A and B.
Possible recognitions of the Karl-Foerster Foundation bear a total prize money of 1,500 Euros.