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European architectural Competition

The Wilmotte Foundation renews for 2008 the W Award competition. The competition endeavours to consciously encourage the importance of preserving European heritage and its evolution in a contemporary world by the idea of an architectural graft.

The competition is aimed at students and newly qualified young European architects. The theme of this years competition is to requalify a site of a water tower in Latina Italy, a recent heritage, which has to be integrated into an urban, landscaped setting.

The prizes and burseries are deliberated by an international jury, composed of professionals, architects , artists and well known journalists.

The 2008 competition theme

The site of a water tower from the 1970s, is to be requalified. A new office building of 2000m² envisaged will provide an opportunity for candidates to write a new chapter on the architectural graft, the foundation’s key interest.


- Closure of competition registration: 15th September 2008
- Project entry closure: 15th October 2008
- Jury: November 2008
- Prize: February 2009

Participant conditions

Individual entries architectural profile or by team of two. Open to students and newly qualified architects, after the 31st of December 2004, qualified in the European Union and Switzerland.


1st prize: 4000 Euros scholarship.
2nd prize: 3000 Euros scholarship.
3rd prize: 2000 Euros scholarship

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