Dame Sylvia Crowe International Award
This award rewards landscape excellence around the world.
It is open to any individual, organisation, employer, government or university or combination of groups to enter.
What we are celebrating
This is an international award category which rewards landscape excellence around the world. This could relate to any project, design, management plan, delivery or research that has contributed to benefit knowledge, learning and society related any field of landscape practice.
This category is intended to recognise major achievement through people, research, projects, plans or schemes that have delivered significant benefits to people, place and nature through their unique work or landscape led-approaches.
We would expect applications to include reference to the involvement of relevant landscape professionals or academics, such as members of IFLA member organisations or local professional bodies.
This award is open to different types of landscape works, including (but not necessarily limited to):
- Assessment or research
- Planning document
- New process or intervention
- Design: concept/outline
- Design: detailed/technical
- Design implementation
- Management strategy
To enter this Award:
- The work may be of any scale
- Part of the awarded activity must have taken place between July 2019 and July 2021
- The work may be a stand-alone project or form part of a larger project
This award will be scored by an independent panel of judges against our Judging Criteria:
- The relevant aspects of the Design criteria
Follow this link to read more details on these criteria and the sub-criteria to make sure you clearly identify how your work meets the specific requirements for your category.
Dame Sylvia Crowe International Award 2020 Winner
An overview from the last years Awards winner on what made their entry successful and much more
Submitting your entry
This is an online entry.
Make sure you carefully read the How to Enter page for important information about the process and conditions of entry.