Peter Joseph Lenné Prize Landscape Architecture and Open Space Planning Competition Call launched!

Peter Joseph Lenné Prize Landscape Architecture and Open Space Planning Competition Call launched!

The Peter Joseph Lenné Prize will be awarded again this year by the state of Berlin. It is the most important international competition for young landscape architects, planners, scientists and artists.

The Peter Joseph Lenné Prize of the State of Berlin is awarded every two years and is regarded as the world‘s largest competition for young creative people under the age of 35.

Creative vision for the campus of the art academy

Ideas for an art academy campus - Take part in Berlin!

The Berlin-Weißensee Academy of Art has been training artists and designers in the tradition of the Bauhaus since 1946. Within the framework of an urban development project, it is to be expanded at the location and innovatively linked with the neighborhood. Which creative, forward-looking
concepts and open space planning meas ures can be used to create public, semi-public or public spaces, new opportunities for participation and values for the whole neighborhood? How can roof surfaces, facades and the campus interior structure be integrated?
Competition documents:

City at the river - green belt from the centre to the castle

Ideas for the Capital of Culture 2025 - Take part in Chemnitz!

In 2025 Chemnitz will be the official European Capital of Culture. This event is associated with cultural initiatives and long-term projects for urban development. One central theme is „City at a River“ - revitalization of the river Chemnitz as an important recreational and living space for the city‘s population. The task in the Lenné competition is to show how open spaces from different eras can be successfully linked together, how urban planning deficiencies can be corrected, and how selected areas can be redesigned to meet today‘s needs and conditions.
Competition documents:

Turn Hungary‘s capital greener - Take part in Budapest!

The city of Budapest intends to increase the amount of urban green space in the coming years. The 36-hectare Terebesi forest on the Pest side of the city offers great potential. A graduated concept consisting of a park and a near-natural park forest can be implemented here. The task in the Lenné competition is to develop the Terebesi into a sustainable and diversely usable green space for leisure and recreation. The aim is to create attractive park atmospheres, images and spaces and to promote biodiversity in Budapest.
Competition documents:

Please learn more about this year’s topics and further details concerning the procedure from the attached posters.

Competition documents:

For more information, or if you have any questions concerning the award, please contact the office of the Lenné-Prize at the Grün Berlin GmbH, Email:

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