Open to practitioners, built environment professionals and the private/public sector, the IFG Awards aim to recognise people and initiatives that have been working with children and young people – helping them to engage in and advocate for a better built environment. They’re the first awards of their kind for all built environment professionals in the UK.
CLIMANIA has been shortlisted for the best online resource in 2022 list of awards. The category “online resources” and materials features open source resources engaging young people in the built environment that could be replicated or adapted by others now or into the future. Simeon Shtebunaev the PI on the project was commended as Individual of the Year in the IFG Awards 2021.
Check out the full shortlist: https://www.thorntoneducationtrust.org/ifg-awards-shortlist-2022
Selected by quality judging panel including Neil Pinder, recently awarded AJ100 Contribution to the Profession Award; Matt Bell, Heatherwick Studio, Stephanie Edwards, Urban Symbiotics, Rosie Parnell, Professor of Architecture and Pedagogy, University of Newcastle, Francesca Perry, Thinking City and Journalist and Hamza Shaikh, Winner of the IFG Individual of the Year Award 2021
The winners for each category together with the Individual of the Year will be announced on the 28th November at our Awards Giving evening at the Building Centre – full info and invite is below.