Design a technological and cultural hub in to address the global challenges of food supply chains.
Register: JAN/16/2022, Submit: JAN/19/2022, Eligibility: Anyone, freelance architects, students, graduates; individually, teams with an unlimited number of members from different countries, cities or universities (at least one member aged 18-35), Fee: 65 EUR (OCT/18 – NOV/21/2021), 85 EUR (NOV/22 – DEC/19/2021), 115 EUR (DEC/20/2021 – JAN/16/2022), +22% VAT, Awards: 1st Prize: 10,000 EUR, 2nd Prize: 4,000 EUR, 3rd Prize: 2,000 EUR, 4 Gold Mentions: 1,000 EUR each, 10 Honorable Mentions, 30 Finalists
Some paradoxes are particularly painful. There is much talk of space race, rapid and relentless consumption of resources. Many people have too much, far beyond what is necessary. Yet, in numerous places of the world, people are still suffering from hunger. There are no simple solutions to the gaps that have always affected human society. Still, what is certain is that often poverty is not caused by insufficient natural resources. One third of the population of the Global South practices agriculture in contexts that are highly suited to such activity.