SGA Book

Mobility impacts all the elements of the city – it helps to both build and define our contemporary urban areas. The Global Schindler Award competition invited students of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning to submit proposals for a given site and the book Global Schindler Award documents the results.

Contact Schindler Award

Andrea Murer
Project Manager Schindler Award

Schindler Management Ltd.
Zugerstrasse 13
6030 Ebikon
Switzerland

schindleraward@schindler.com

The Schindler Global Award book has two halves: Essays and Projects, which connect the winning student proposals with expert ideas related to the competition theme of “Designing the City as a Resource” and the key topic of mobility.


Brief & Site

Schindler Global Award 2017 - Introduction
Introduction and brief about Site
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Schindler Global Award 2015 - Introduction
Introduction to the brief and the site
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Projects 2017

Schindler Global Award 2017 - 1-3 Prizes
First, second and third prize
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Schindler Global Award 2017 - Honorable Mentions
Prizes who received Honorable Mentions
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Schindler Global Award 2017 - Travel Grants
Project who have received travel grants
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Projects 2015

Schindler Global Award 2015 - First Prize
The invisible revolution - Daniel Ariza & Diego García Yagüe, Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura Zaragoza, Spain
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Schindler Global Award 2015 - Second Prize
The re-productive city - Mengbin Liu, Tianzhu Liu, Cheng Peng, Tongji University Shanghai, China
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Schindler Global Award 2015 - Third Prize
Neighborhood logistics - Matthieu Sabatier & Cheng Zhang, École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble, France
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Schindler Global Award 2015 - Honorable Mentions
Projects who have received an honorable mention price
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Schindler Global Award 2015 - Travel Grants
Projects who have received a travel grant
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