Best 30 projects have been selected in a unique project that combines education and competition, designing a socially and environmentally sustainable Year-round holiday resort of the 21st century in Croatia.
Out of the 240 participants coming from 38 countries, who designed a total of 163 projects, the best 30 projects coming from 12 countries have been selected.
Croatia competition is a part of the 8th Annual Inspireli Awards, the largest student competition in architecture in the world. Unlike the Inspireli Award itself, which has no particular theme, Croatia competition asked students to design a complex area – Miris Garden. They could work on the Urban design as a whole or choose from 5 different zones such as Marina, Villas or Hotel.
The uniqueness of this competition consists in connection between students and manufacturers, allowing students not only to be involved in shaping the ﬁnal design, but most importantly to work with product and technology suppliers from design to implementation. A group of technical advisors was available directly for the student’s questions during the competition and Inspireli will keep sharing educational videos about technology and products installation throughout the construction of the resort.
The winners will be announced in July 2023 and they will be invited to the Inspireli Team Croatia educational workshop with the Lead Architect Mr. Dudaško and 3D visualizations workshop with Lumion in Prague. Upon the completion of the resort, the winners also receive 10 days vacation at Miris Garden.
You can see the finalist gallery at www.inspireli.com/en/awards/croatia-finalists.
Inspireli Awards is not over yet and students still have a chance to submit their school projects! Deadline in July 14, 2023 and the registration happens at Inspireli.com/awards/photogallery.
Project Croatian Interlace x Miris Garden by Shivam Takulia, Anya Ghosh, Saanchi Rajpoot
Project Miris Garden by Lukáš Mottl and Jan Vařečka