ELASA launches competition for new ELASA Logo - deadline 1 September 2020!
Dear all landscape architecture, architecture, urban design, planning and environmental design current students; and ELASA participants or alumni members.
We have been discussing for years that it is time to design a new ELASA logo.
We are honoured to announce a competition!
The purpose of this competition is to organise an international competition and find a new best suiting logo for ELASA (European Landscape Architecture Student Association) that would reflect the values of the association.
The winning logo will be an internationally exposed and used symbol that represents ELASA network members, values and ideas. It follows the ideas of colour and shape theory, good design, modern style and is done in high quality.
Your task is to create a logo that is understood internationally by both ELASA participants and other people. It has the purpose of reflecting the values and characteristics of ELASA. It carries positivity, professionalism and innovation in its design. It is usable both in colour and monochrome; both online and in print.
The course of the competition
The competition will be launched on 15 July 2020 and closed on 25 September 2020 and it will take place in 2 phases.
The first phase ends on 1 September 2020. This is the time to submit your work, followed by the work of the evaluation committee.
The second phase will be just for the 5 short-listed strongest competitors (public and jury vote) and will begin on 9 September 2020 and end on 16 September 2020.
The winner will be announced on 25 September 2020 through e-mails, website and social media.
300€ - will be awarded by IFLA Europe (www.iflaeurope.eu). In addition, the winner is the official logo author, receives a professional Landscape Architecture Europe - LAE book #5, IFLA Europe Exhibition Catalogue “Landscape as a common ground” and a certificate.
professional Landscape Architecture Europe - LAE book #5, IFLA Europe Exhibition Catalogue “Landscape as a common ground” and a certificate.
All important competition conditions you will find in the “conditions for competition” document or ELASA website www.elasa.org/logo-competition/