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

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
Schindler Global Award 2015 - Introduction
Introduction to the brief and the site

Projects 2017

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

Projects 2015

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