On the 11th of May of 2023 during the fifth project event series the HERSUS Prize on Modern Heritage will be completed with the ceremony award and the final exhibition. This event will be hosted by University of Seville at its School of Architecture, in the context of the UNESCO Chair on Built Urban heritage in the digital era – CREhAR (Creative Research and Education on heritage Assessment and Regeneration).
The HERSUS Prize on Modern Heritage awards best-practices in Europe on sustainability and cultural heritage in architectural and urban design: in academia, professional practice, and institutions. Specifically, HERSUS Prizes deals with the subject of Modern Heritage, defined by UNESCO Modern Heritage Program as “Architecture, Town Planning and Landscape Design of the 19th and 20th Century.”
The HERSUS Modern Prize: Ceremony and Exhibition Opening is scheduled for 11:30 – 13:00, May 11th at Seville University School of Architecture
The Prize awards four different categories:
- Education – Students
- Education – Instructors
- Research Honorary Award
After the evaluation, reunion, and shared discussion of the different international juries, developed via streaming during the month of March, the selection is already completed. All the award recipients and their proposals are available on the HERSUS Sharing Platform in the Section devoted to the Prize.