© Hunter Douglas Europe bv / Rotterdam 2018
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THURSDAY, APRIL 25 th  2019 Flight via Amsterdam, Paris or Madrid to Bogotá. After arrival transfer to the Hotel Grand Hyatt Bogotá. Official program starts in the late afternoon with a short introduction on the architectural content of the Colombian tour. Dinner at a special Colombian restaurant with local entertainment. FRIDAY, APRIL 26 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Start of the architectural tours in small units. Lunch in between. Dinner SATURDAY, APRIL 27 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Continuing architectural program. Lunch in between. Dinner SUNDAY, APRIL 28 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast. Early departure with Avianca Airlines for Medellín.
Start with the architectural tours. Lunch in between. Dinner THURSDAY, MAY 02 nd  2019 Buffet Breakfast Excursion to Valparaíso at the sea-coast. Architectural program. Lunch in between. On the way back to Santiago visit of a typical Chilean winery. Wine tasting and dinner in local ambience. In the evening transfer back to the hotel. FRIDAY, MAY 03 rd  2019 Continuing architectural tours. Lunch Hunter Douglas Archiprix Awarding Ceremony. In the evening Awarding Dinner. SATURDAY, MAY 04 th  2019 During the morning return flight via Amsterdam, Paris or Madrid. SUNDAY, MAY 05 th  2019 Arrival home
After arrival start of the architectural tours. Separate luggage transfer. Lunch in between. In the late afternoon check in at Hotel Intercontinental Medellín. Dinner MONDAY, APRIL 29 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Continuing of the architectural program. Lunch in between Dinner TUESDAY, APRIL 30 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Departure for Santiago de Chile. Arrival in Santiago in the late afternoon. Transfer to the Hotel Santiago Mandarin. Check-in Dinner WEDNESDAY, MAY 01 st  2019 Buffet Breakfast Short introduction on the Chilean Architectural Program.
Payment After    registration    and    approval    by    Hunter Douglas Europe bv an invoice will be issued.   Terms of Cancellation You   can   withdraw   from   the   travel   contract at    any    time    before    the    beginning    of    the journey. In    this    case    we    are    by    statute    entitled    to demand        a        compensation        for        the withdrawal   from   the   contract.   In   the   place of        a        concrete        calculation        of        the compensation      for      the      withdrawal      we request      the      following      lump      sum      as cancellation      compensation      fee      due      to cancellation date as follows: o from November  15 th 2018 …………   30 % o from December  15 th 2018 …………   50 % o from January  02 nd 2019 ….……..   80 % o from March  25 th 2019 …………  100 % In    case    of    cancellation    we    will    credit    and refund the appropriate amount. Entry Requirements All    information    on    this    page    has    been    carefully researched.    However    visa    requirements    change frequently   and   the   information   is   provided   without any guarantee. All   foreign   nationals   entering   Colombia   and   Chile are   required   to   possess   a   valid   international   travel document    in    the    form    of    a    national    passport which   should   be   valid   at   least   6   months   beyond the stay. Information which citizen require a visa: Passengers   from   countries   that   have   restrictions must    apply    for    a    tourist    visa    at    the    Colombian consulate in their home country
TRAVEL INFORMATION
RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibility for the content of the Website as well as for forthe operation of the Architectural Study Trip itself: Hunter Douglas Europe B.V. Piekstraat 2 / 3071 EL Rotterdam The Netherlands www.hunterdouglasgroup.com Archiprix responsibilities: Archiprix Foundation / 3015 CB Rotterdam The Netherlands www.archiprix.org PRIVACY
Click   here   and   go   ahead   if   you   are   familiar with    the    registration    procedure    and    the completion   of   the   form.   -   Complete   form   in small letters and  caps!
As   a   participant   of   the   Hunter   Douglas   Award   Study   Trip   you   will   have   the opportunity   to   meet   many   of   the   2019   Archiprix   International   participants who   represent   the   world’s   most   talented   young   designers   in   the   fields   of architecture,    urban    design    and    landscape    architecture.    With    stunning projects     and     a     passion     for     their     profession,     Archiprix     International provides   these   young   designers   with   a   global   platform   to   launch   their future careers. Biennially,    Archiprix    International    invites    international    universities    and schools   around   the   world   to   participate   by   selecting   and   submitting   their best     graduation     project.     The     short-listed     candidates     are     invited     to participate   in   workshops   that   are   organized   in   cooperation   with   the   local
famous    Universities.    You    will    have    the    opportunity    to    take    note    of    an international    approach    to    design    solutions.:    world's    best    graduation projects , an incredible collection of brilliant ideas for the future.   An   independent   jury   of   architects   and   designers   reviews   the   submissions for the Hunter Douglas Award which is a highlight of the programme. The    final    graduation    projects    will    be    presented    through    a    dedicated exhibition    and    an    Archiprix    2019    book.    Archiprix    International    offers unrivalled   insight   into   current   trends   in   international   architectural   design and    education.    History    has    shown    that    some    Archiprix    winners    have become     renowned     architects.     So     join     us     and     meet     the     future     of architecture at the Archiprix 2019.
Please   click   here   before   you   complete   your first   application   form.   Here   you   will   get   full information         about         the         registration procedure    —    what    to    do    and    what    you should take in consideration.
If you have any question regarding travel organization please mail your queries to: registration@hunterdouglasawards-archiprix.com
Mail to: archiprix2019@hde.nl  or get in personal contact with: Wil van der Velden …………. +31 (0) 6 51 51 56 86 Pieter van Rees ………… +31 (0)10 48 69 256  Kim van’t Klooster ………… +31 (0)10 48 69 265
BOGOTÁ
SANTIAGO
AWARDS ARCHIPRIX INTERNATIONAL EDITION 2019  CELEBRATED IN  SANTIAGO DE CHILE Join in and explore two unique parts of Latin America: Colombia and Chile
WELCOME TO  HUNTER DOUGLAS AWARDS STUDY TRIP 2019
Archiprix International invites biennially worldwide all schools and universities in Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture to select their best graduation project. The Archiprix International 2019 is organized in cooperation with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Universidad de Chile, Santiago.
Note All tours during the day will be mainly in small units. The Architectural program will introduce historic landmarks and sites as well as contemporary architectural developments. Optional visits to one of the Archiprix International candidate workshops are on request. Hunter Douglas reserves the right to modify the program.
GENERAL ARCHITECTURAL INFORMATION
COLOMBIA’S RICH HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURAL REVOLUTION Colombia has a rich history that includes ancient settlements and indigenous peoples, most notably, the Muisca Confederation, Quimbaya Civilization, and Tairona Chiefdoms. The first inhabitants of modern day Colombia arrived in 10,000 BC, and lived in the area that is now the capital city of Bogotá. Colombia’s    diverse    culture    is    a    product    of    its    unique    history,    and    its African,   European   and   Native   Indian   influences.   This   legacy   has   resulted   in one   of   the   most   ethnically   and   linguistically   diverse   countries   in   the   world with   a   rich   cultural   heritage,   imposing   landscapes   and   strong   regional identities.   The   country’s   colonial   architecture   reflect   their   Spanish   origin, as   seen   in   the   traditional   single-story   houses   laid   around   a   central   patio,   to be   found   both   in   colonial   cities   like   as   Bogotá,   Tunja   or   Cartagena,   or   in rural haciendas throughout the country. Modern    day    Colombia    is    making    great    strides    in    shaping    it’s    future. Tourism   is   rising   sharply   and   there   is   a   significant   reduction   in   criminal activity,   not   withstanding   the   difficulties   faced   by   social   inequality   and   the aftermath of a drug trade, the country remains optimistic. Over    the    last    decade,    Colombia    has    become    a    touchstone    of    what enlightened   politics   and   good   design   can   do   for   cities.   If   Barcelona   was the   urban   example   of   the   1990s,   urbanist   these   days   are   more   likely   to mention Colombia’s capital, Bogotá, and its second city, Medellín. In   both   cities,   dynamic   mayors   have   undertaken   ambitious   infrastructures and   public   buildings   projects   as   tools   for   social   change.   At   the   same   time there    is    real    focus    on    unifying    the    lower-class    favelas    and    upper    class urban   areas,   investing   in   education   programs   and   the   cultural   identity   of the country.
CHILE’S ARCHITECTURE UNIQUE AND MODERN DIVERSITY Chile has been populated since at least 3000 BC. By the 16th century, Spanish conquistadors began to colonize the region of present-day Chile, but in 1820, the country gained its independence. Chile has endured its share of political struggle with famous figures and revolutionary names including Salvador Allende and Victor Jara. Today,   Chile   is   a   prosperous   nation,   known   for   a   higher   standard   of   living than    most    South    American    countries,    for    its    hospitality,    geographic diversity   and   high-quality   wine   growing   regions.   Influences   from   Pre- Columbian,   colonial,   neoclassical,   and   the   19th/20th   centuries   are   visible throughout    the    country,    but    Chile    is    also    developing    a    world    class reputation for its modern architecture and design. Traditional    colonial    aesthetic    and    contemporary    modern    architecture can    been    seen    through    the    variety    of    landscapes    that    make    up    the country. The   country   was   catapulted   to   the   forefront   of   global   attention   when architect   Alejandro   Aravena   was   named   the   41st   Pritzker   Prize   Laureate in   2016   –   the   first   Chilean   to   receive   both   the   award   and   appointed   the director of the Venice Architecture Biennale. The    diversity    of    Chilean    architecture    emphasizes    simplicity,    economy, and    functionality    across    a    spectrum    that    includes    post-modernism, eclecticism, rationalism, modernism, and modular architecture. Historical   villages   and   modern   work   incorporate   the   design   creativity   of Chilean    architects.    Together,    they    form    the    new    architecture    of    the country   creating   a   new   architectural   identity   that   unite   its   history   and ancestral     culture     with     new     building     technology     with     innovative materials and sustainable techniques.
BOGOTÁ COLOMBIA
SANTIAGO DE CHILE
Hunter Douglas Study Trip INCLUDES : Flight   in   Economy   Class   to   Bogotá   and   back from   Santiago   de   Chile   from/to   your   home destination   Airport,   as   well   as   all   domestic flights.   Optional   Business   Class   upgrade   for long-haul flights at own expense). All applicable taxes and surcharges. 9   over-nights   in   single   accommodation   in best local Hotels including breakfast. All       receptions,       lunches       and       dinners including   beverages   as   long   as   part   of   the official program. All    transfers,    transportation    and    tours    in modern coaches and/or Minibuses. English guidance and tour attendance. All Admission Fees. Hunter Douglas Study Trip EXCLUDES : Visa costs (if required). Baggage- and Medical Insurance. Personal   expenses   (individual   orders   at   the Hotels, restaurants or elsewhere). Travelling Expenses For     your     personal     partial     participation expense      please     get     in     touch     with     your Hunter Douglas host.  Subscribing Participation      and      registration      will      be organized      and      completed      by      Hunter Douglas    General/Unit    managers.    They    will gather   all   personal   information   needed   for the application form. Registration: till 29. December 2018
Flight Booking There   are   only   three   airports   from   Europe   providing direct   access   to   Bogotá   and   back   from   Santiago   de Chile, which are Amsterdam, Paris and Madrid. Due   to   the   best   connection   the   routing   for   most   of all   participants   will   be   on   the   outbound   flight   via Amsterdam   with   KLM   and   on   the   return   flight   via Paris   with   Air   France.   To   assure   the   availability   we already   reserved   a   big   number   of   seats   on   KLM   as well as on Air France. Certainly    we    will    choose    for    each    participant    the most    convenient    connection    with    regard    to    the best    balance    between    flight    duration,    stop    over, tariff    as    well    as    getting    you    forth    and    back    in accordance with the official program schedule. Countries with =/> 10  participants: For   all   countries   with   at   least   10   or   more   attendees we   will   book   the   best   f light   connection   from   your home   destination   on   basis   of   a   group   booking .   After your    registration    and    approval    by    HDE    you    will receive the flight details by e-mail.   Countries with less  than 10 participants: For    all    countries    with    less    than    10    attendees    we have to book all tickets individually. That     implicates     to     pay     full     attention     on     the restrictions which are: Issuing   and   paying   the   ticket   within   24   hours to 7 days (depending on  particular terms) Issued    tickets    are    non-refundable     and    allow no changes  (even no name change). Once   you’ve   confirmed   your   participation   and   after approval   by   HDE   you   will   receive   a   flight   proposal   by e-mail.    After    your    reconfirmation    we    will    make    a fixed    reservation    and    payment.    Please    note    that costs     that     may     appear     due     to     any     change afterwards will be charged to you separately.
REGISTRATION
Completion of the Registration Form should be done only by HunterDouglas General-/ Unit Managers. To activate following steps you need a password provided by HunterDouglas Europe B.V. on request.
IMPRESSUM
HDE Executives: review submitted applications
Information About Travel Terms

 

Since 2001 Hunter Douglas has supported Archiprix International to present the world’s best graduation projects for architecture, urban design and landscape architecture. During the last decade we have travelled the globe with guests from the architectural community to explore exciting host cities and support international young graduates in a unique learning platform that showcases their extraordinary talents. Be part of the next edition of Hunter Douglas Awards Study Trips to unique architectural places around the world.  Join another once-in-a-life-time experience leading you to South America again. Explore the architectural highlights of COLOMBIA in BOGOTÁ and MEDELLÍN and of CHILE in SANTIAGO and VALPARAÍSO.
Awarding Celebration 2017 in Ahmedabad / India
Hunter Douglas Study Trip INCLUDES: Flight   in   Economy   Class   to   Bogotá and   back   from   Santiago   de   Chile from/to     your     home     destination Airport,    as    well    as    all    domestic flights.     Optional     Business     Class upgrade    for    long-haul    flights    at own expense). All applicable taxes and surcharges. 9 over-nights in single accommodation in best local Hotels including breakfast. All        receptions,        lunches        and dinners     including     beverages     as long   as   they   are   part   of   the   official program. All     transfers,     transportation     and tours    in    modern    coaches    and/or Minibuses. Throughout   English   guidance   and tour attendance. All Admission Fees. Hunter Douglas Study Trip EXCLUDES: Visa costs (if required). Baggage- and Medical Insurance. Personal        expenses        (individual orders   at   the   Hotels,   restaurants   or elsewhere). Travelling Expenses For    your    personal    partial    partici- pation     expense      please     get     in touch    with    your    Hunter    Douglas host.  Subscribing Participation   and   registration   will be   organized   and   completed   only by    Hunter    Douglas    General/Unit managers.     They     will     gather     all personal    information    needed    for the application form. Registration: till 29. December 2018 Payment After    registration    and    approval    by Hunter      Douglas      Europe      bv      an invoice will be issued.   Terms of Cancellation You    can    withdraw    from    the    travel contract     at     any     time     before     the beginning of the journey. In     this     case     we     are     by     statute entitled   to   demand   a   compensation for       the       withdrawal       from       the contract.   In   the   place   of   a   concrete calculation   of   the   compensation   for the     withdrawal     we     request     the following   lump   sum   as   cancellation compensation      fee      due      to      can- cellation date as follows: o from November  15 th   2018 30 % o from December  15 th   2018 50 % o from January  02 nd 2019 80 % o from March  25 th   2019 100 %
REGISTRATION Application Form Application Form Information Information Contact the HDE Team
© Hunter Douglas Europe bv / Rotterdam 2018
RESPONSIBILITIES
Responsibility for the content of the Website as well as for the operation of the Architectural Study Trip itself: Hunter Douglas Europe B.V. Piekstraat 2 / 3071 EL Rotterdam The Netherlands www.hunterdouglasgroup.com Archiprix responsibilities: Archiprix Foundation / 3015 CB Rotterdam The Netherlands www.archiprix.org PRIVACY
TRAVEL INFORMATION
CHILE’S ARCHITECTURE UNIQUE AND MODERN DIVERSITY Chile has been populated since at least 3000 BC. By the 16th century, Spanish conquistadors began to colonize the region of present-day Chile, but in 1820, the country gained its independence. Chile has endured its share of political struggle with famous figures and revolutionary names including Salvador Allende and Victor Jara. Today,   Chile   is   a   prosperous   nation,   known for   a   higher   standard   of   living   than   most South       American       countries,       for       its hospitality,   geographic   diversity   and   high- quality   wine   growing   regions.   Influences from              Pre-Columbian,              colonial, neoclassical,   and   the   19th/20th   centuries are    visible    throughout    the    country,    but Chile    is    also    developing    a    world    class reputation     for     its     modern     architecture and design. Traditional        colonial        aesthetic        and contemporary    modern    architecture    can been      seen      through      the      variety      of landscapes that make up the country. The      country      was      catapulted      to      the forefront      of      global      attention      when architect    Alejandro    Aravena    was    named the   41st   Pritzker   Prize   Laureate   in   2016   the   first   Chilean   to   receive   both   the   award and   appointed   the   director   of   the   Venice Architecture Biennale. The      diversity      of      Chilean      architecture emphasizes      simplicity,      economy,      and functionality     across     a     spectrum     that includes      post-modernism,      eclecticism, rationalism,     modernism,     and     modular architecture. Historical      villages      and      modern      work incorporate      the      design      creativity      of Chilean    architects.    Together,    they    form the     new     architecture     of     the     country creating   a   new   architectural   identity   that unite   its   history   and   ancestral   culture   with new   building   technology   with   innovative materials and sustainable techniques.
COLOMBIA’S RICH HISTORY AND ARCHITECTURAL REVOLUTION Colombia has a rich history that includes ancient settlements and indigenous peoples, most notably, the Muisca Confederation, Quimbaya Civilization, and Tairona Chiefdoms. The first inhabitants of modern day Colombia arrived in 10,000 BC, and lived in the area that is now the capital city of Bogotá. Colombia’s   diverse   culture   is   a   product   of its      unique      history,      and      its      African, European    and    Native    Indian    influences. This    legacy    has    resulted    in    one    of    the most   ethnically   and   linguistically   diverse countries   in   the   world   with   a   rich   cultural heritage,   imposing   landscapes   and   strong regional   identities.   The   country’s   colonial architecture    reflect    their    Spanish    origin, as     seen     in     the     traditional     single-story houses   laid   around   a   central   patio,   to   be found     both     in     colonial     cities     like     as Bogotá,    Tunja    or    Cartagena,    or    in    rural haciendas throughout the country. Modern    day    Colombia    is    making    great strides    in    shaping    it’s    future.    Tourism    is rising    sharply    and    there    is    a    significant reduction       in       criminal       activity,       not withstanding     the     difficulties     faced     by social    inequality    and    the    aftermath    of    a drug       trade,       the       country       remains optimistic. Over     the     last     decade,     Colombia     has become        a        touchstone        of        what enlightened   politics   and   good   design   can do   for   cities.   If   Barcelona   was   the   urban example   of   the   1990s,   urbanist   these   days are    more    likely    to    mention    Colombia’s capital,     Bogotá,     and     its     second     city, Medellín. In     both     cities,     dynamic     mayors     have undertaken   ambitious   infrastructures   and public   buildings   projects   as   tools   for   social change.    At    the    same    time    there    is    real focus   on   unifying   the   lower-class   favelas and   upper   class   urban   areas,   investing   in education     programs     and     the     cultural identity of the country.
BOGOTÁ COLOMBIA
SANTIAGO DE CHILE
THURSDAY, APRIL 25 th  2019 Flight via Amsterdam, Paris or Madrid to Bogotá After arrival transfer to the Grand Hyatt Hotel Bogotá Official program starts in the late afternoon with a short introduction on the architectural content of the Colombian tour Dinner at a special Colombian restaurant with local entertainment FRIDAY, APRIL 26 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Start of the architectural tours in small units Lunch in between Dinner SATURDAY, APRIL 27 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast. Continuing architectural program. Lunch in between Dinner SUNDAY, APRIL 28 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Early departure with Avianca Airlines for Medellín
THURSDAY, MAY 02 nd  2019 Buffet Breakfast Excursion to Valparaíso at the sea-coast Architectural program Lunch in between On the way back to Santiago visit of a typical Chilean winery. Wine tasting and dinner in local ambience In the evening transfer back to the hotel FRIDAY, MAY 03 rd  2019 Continuing of the Santiago architectural tours Lunch Hunter Douglas Archiprix Awarding Ceremony In the evening Awarding Dinner SATURDAY, MAY 04 th  2019 During the morning return flight via Amsterdam, Paris or Madrid SUNDAY, MAY 05 th  2019 Arrival home
After arrival start of the architectural tours Separate luggage transfer Lunch in between In the late afternoon check in at Hotel Intercontinental Medellín Dinner MONDAY, APRIL 29 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Continuing of the architectural program Lunch in between Dinner TUESDAY, APRIL 30 th  2019 Buffet Breakfast Departure for Santiago de Chile Arrival in Santiago in the late afternoon Transfer to the Hotel Santiago Mandarin Check-in / Dinner WEDNESDAY, MAY 01 st  2019 Buffet Breakfast Short introduction on Chilean Architectural Program followed by architectural tours Lunch in between Dinner
Information on Travel Terms
GENERAL ARCHITECTURAL INFORMATION
In   case   of   cancellation   we   will   credit and refund the appropriate amount. Entry Requirements All    information    on    this    page    has    been carefully       researched.       However       visa requirements   change   frequently   and   the information     is     provided     without     any guarantee. All   foreign   nationals   entering   Colombia and   Chile   are   required   to   possess   a   valid international     travel     document     in     the form   of   a   national   passport   which   should be   valid   at   least   6   months   beyond   the stay.   Information   which   citizen   require   a visa: Passengers     from     countries     that     have restrictions   must   apply   for   a   tourist   visa at     the     Colombian     consulate     in     their home country.   Flight Booking There   are   only   three   airports   from   Europe providing    direct    access    to    Bogotá    and back   from   Santiago   de   Chile,   which   are Amsterdam, Paris and Madrid. Due   to   the   best   connection   the   routing for   most   of   all   participants   will   be   on   the outbound   flight   via   Amsterdam   with   KLM and   on   the   return   flight   via   Paris   with   Air France.     To     assure     the     availability     we already   reserved   a   big   number   of   seats   on KLM as well as on Air France. Certainly      we      will      choose      for      each participant         the         most         convenient connection     with     regard     to     the     best balance     between     flight     duration,     stop over,   tariff   as   well   as   getting   you   forth   and back     in     accordance     with     the     official program schedule. Countries with =/> 10  participants: For   all   countries   with   at   least   10   or   more attendees    we    will    book    the    best    f light connection   from   your   home   destination on   basis   of   a   group   booking .   After   your registration   and   approval   by   HDE   you   will receive the flight details by e-mail.   Countries with less  than 10 participants: For     all     countries     with     less     than     10 attendees    we    have    to    book    all    tickets individually. That    implicates    to    pay    full    attention    on the restrictions which are: Issuing   and   paying   the   ticket   within   24 hours      to      7      days      (depending      on        particular terms) Issued   tickets   are   non-refundable    and allow     no    changes      (even     no     name change). Once   you’ve   confirmed   your   participation and     after     approval     by     HDE     you     will receive   a   flight   proposal   by   e-mail.   After your   reconfirmation   we   will   make   a   fixed reservation    and    payment.    Please    note that    costs    that    may    appear    due    to    any change   afterwards   will   be   charged   to   you separately.
Note All tours during the day will be mainly in small units. The Architectural program will introduce historic landmarks and sites as well as contemporary architectural developments. Optional visits to one of the Archiprix International candidate workshops are on request. Hunter Douglas reserves the right to modify the program.
Archiprix International invites biennially worldwide all schools and universities in Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture to select their best graduation project. The Archiprix International 2019 is organized in cooperation with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Universidad de Chile, Santiago.
HDE Executives: review submitted applications
AWARDS ARCHIPRIX INTERNATIONAL EDITION 2019  CELEBRATED IN  SANTIAGO DE CHILE Join in and explore two unique parts of Latin America: Colombia and Chile
WELCOME TO  HUNTER DOUGLAS AWARDS STUDY TRIP 2019

 

Since 2001 Hunter Douglas has supported Archiprix International to present the world’s best graduation projects for architecture, urban design and landscape architecture. During the last decade we have travelled the globe with guests from the architectural community to explore exciting host cities and support international young graduates in a unique learning platform  that showcases their extraordinary talents. Be part of the next edition of Hunter Douglas Awards Study Trips to unique architectural places around the world.  Join another once-in-a-life-time experience leading you to South America again. Explore the architectural highlights of  COLOMBIA in BOGOTÁ and MEDELLÍN and of CHILE in SANTIAGO and VALPARAÍSO.
As    a    participant    of    the    Hunter    Douglas Award     Study     Trip     you     will     have     the opportunity    to    meet    many    of    the    2019 Archiprix    International    participants    who represent     the     world’s     most     talented young       designers       in       the       fields       of architecture,   urban   design   and   landscape architecture.   With   stunning   projects   and a    passion    for    their    profession,    Archiprix International       provides       these       young designers     with     a     global     platform     to launch their future careers. Biennially,    Archiprix    International    invites international     universities     and     schools around     the     world     to     participate     by selecting      and      submitting      their      best graduation       project.       The       short-listed candidates    are    invited    to    participate    in workshops       that       are       organized       in cooperation      with      the      local      famous Universities.        You        will        have        the
opportunity       to       take       note       of       an international        approach        to        design solutions.:        world's        best        graduation projects     ,     an     incredible     collection     of brilliant ideas for the future.   An    independent    jury    of    architects    and designers   reviews   the   submissions   for   the Hunter      Douglas      Award      which      is      a highlight of the programme. The     final     graduation     projects     will     be presented   through   a   dedicated   exhibition and    an    Archiprix    2019    book.    Archiprix International   offers   unrivalled   insight   into current          trends          in          international architectural       design       and       education. History    has    shown    that    some    Archiprix winners        have        become        renowned architects.   So   join   us   and   meet   the   future of architecture at the Archiprix 2019.
Completion of the Registration Form should be done only by HunterDouglas General-/ Unit Managers. To activate following steps you need a password provided by HunterDouglas Europe B.V. on request.
If you have any question regarding travel organization please mail your queries to: registration@hunterdouglasawards-archiprix.com
IMPRESSUM
Awarding Celebration 2017 in Ahmedabad / India