According to the results of the Competition, the finalists and prize winners were selected in the field of implementation of landscape architecture projects.
The award ceremony took place at the Central House of Architects. More than a hundred projects, striking and captivating due to harmony with nature, were submitted to participate in the competition.
The grand prize of the award in the nomination “Best implemented project of restoration and adaptation of a cultural heritage object, recreation of a monument of landscape art” went to the project “Garden of the Smolny Cathedral” (a garden in the monastery courtyard), developed by the Center for Comprehensive Improvement of St. Petersburg.
Representatives of the Neskuchny Sad landscaping agency won in the nominations “Best implemented object of public space with an area of less than 1 hectare” (a project on improvement of a public garden near the A2 club), and “The best implemented object of the comprehensive improvement of the living environment with an area of more than 5 hectares” (a project on improving Zanevsky Park).
The 4th Atmofest Eurasian Festival of Landscape Art, organized by the Urban Green landscape solutions team from Yekaterinburg, was awarded a special jury diploma in the nomination “Best Event of the Year”.
Jonas Christoph Egger, representing the GreenHance architectural bureau, became the best landscape architect according to ALAROS, and the Prime Park residential area project from this bureau won in the nomination “The best implemented object of the comprehensive improvement of the living environment with an area of more than 1 hectare.”
The complex project of the pedestrian canyon “Shishimskaya Gorka” (Yekaterinburg) took the first place in the nomination “The best implemented object of public space with an area of 1–5 hectares”.
The Museum and Historical Park “Island of Forts”, opened in 2020 in Kronstadt, took first place in the nomination “The best implemented object of public space with an area of more than 5 hectares”.
We are grateful for the participation of urban planners, landscape architects and business owners who solve problems in organizing and improving public spaces.