Register: FEB/17/2019, Submit: FEB/20/2019, Eligibility: Students, graduated, freelance architects, designers, artists; individually, teams (any number of members, at least one member between 18 and 35 years old, members can to be from different countries and universities), Fee: 50 EUR (NOV/26 – DEC/23/2018), 100 EUR (DEC/24/2018 – JAN/20/2019), 150 EUR (JAN/21 – FEB/17/2019); +22% VAT, Awards: 1st Prize: 8,000 EUR, 2nd Prize: 4,000 EUR, 3rd Prize: 2,000 EUR, 2 Gold Mentions: 500 EUR each, 10 Honorable Mentions, 30 Finalists Mentions
Mount Olympus, Mount Ararat, Mount Sinai. In any culture and religion, mountains have been the place of encounter with the divine. There, where the earth extends to the sky, human beings have always glimpsed a further meaning. The mountain is a mystical place where to be in contact with the invisible, with transcendence. It is the place where human adventures culminate. It is the place where to find answers to the most anguished enigmas. In a world where sacred spaces daily erode, mountains are still pure places. They are spaces that are difficult to reach.