The integration of architectural features, forms, and materials help imbibe the past as an active part of the future.
Register: JUL/30/2021, Submit: JUL/31/2021, Eligibility: Architects, engineers, students; individually, teams up to 3 members, Fee: Indian participants: 1,800 INR (Indian rupee), foreign participants: 60 EUR (MAY/01 – JUN/30/2021); Indian participants: 2,100 INR, foreign participants: 80 EUR (JUL/01 – JUL/30/2021); +tax, discount for a minimum of 5 teams from one architecture school or university, Awards: 1st Prize: 1,200 EUR, 2nd Prize: 800 EUR, 3rd Prize: 500 EUR, 10 Editors’ Choices
As one of the most important trade exchange channels, the Silk Road was also a “cultural bridge” between Asia and Europe. The system has existed for over 2,000 years. The Silk Road represented a form of the global economy and spanned the Asian continent with widespread transmission of knowledge and ideas which had a profound impact on the culture. A network of mostly land but also sea trading routes, the Silk Road stretched from China to Korea and Japan in the east, Turkey and Italy in the west and linked China through Central Asia to India in the south.