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2014 Copenhagen Land Art Generator International Design CompetitionMay 18th, 2014

Land Art Generator, sculpture competition, clean energy, 2014 LAGI international design competition, LAGI copenhagen, 2014 Land Art Generator Initiative, Refshaleøen Holding, art competition

LAGI 2014 is a call for site-specific public art work that generates clean energy for Copenhagen. The top 50 design solutions will be featured in a book by Prestel, and there will be an exhibition in Copenhagen at the Danish Design Centre in October, 2014. The design site is Refshaleøen, across the harbor from the Little Mermaid. Please see the website for partners, complete jury, and more info.

May 18th, 2014

May 18th, 2014



First Place: $15,000 (USD) Two members of the first place winning team will be flown to Copenhagen for the award ceremony and exhibition opening. Accommodations and airfare will be provided, but Visas and other travel requirements are the responsibility of the team members. Second Place: $5,000 (USD)


There are no restrictions on team size and/or makeup. The competition is open to everyone, but is in particular aimed at artists, urban planners, architects, landscape architects, and engineers. It is recommended (but not mandatory) that the team be comprised of interdisciplinary members so as to arrive at the most well-conceived result but we also recognize that great ideas can spring from individual efforts as well. Download the official submission guidelines:


Includes (partial list): Connie Hedegaard (Member of the European Commission); Tina Saaby (City Architect of Copenhagen); Lars Aagaard, (Director, Danish Energy Association); Jason F. McLennan (CEO, International Living Future Institute); Nille Juul-Sørensen (CEO, Danish Design Centre); Kent Martinussen (CEO, Danish Architecture Centre); Stig L. Andersson (Founding Partner, SLA; Creative Director, Professor).