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GLDA launches 2023 Student & Graduate Design Awards

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Prompt for this year’s applicants is to ‘Design a Community Space for Growing Learning and Socialising’

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6 October 2022 | 0

The Garden and Landscape Designers Association  (GLDA) is calling for entries to its 2022 Student & Graduate Design Awards.

The prompt for this year’s applicants is to ‘Design a Community Space for Growing Learning and Socialising’. This is an idea behind this theme is to get students to explore how landscape architecture and garden design can provide multi-functional community spaces.

The site for this competition is located within the walled garden in Cabinteely Park, Co. Dublin. Cabinteely Park is a suburban public park of approximately 45 hectares in south county Dublin. The park was originally the garden of the 18th century Cabinteely House which can still be seen in the park.

DLRCC parks department would like to explore the installation of a community garden within the park, the creation of which would be enthusiastically received by residents.

The competition is open to any student on the island of Ireland studying an (accredited) garden design, horticulture related course or landscape skills training course.

Submissions close 18 May 2023. To request an application pack and design brief, email studentawards@glda.ie 

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