Great interest in the Nordic Built Cities Challenge
The finalists will be announced 3 February 2016.
Nordic Innovation is happy to announce, that a total of 145 proposals have been submitted to the urban challenges of the Nordic Built Cities Challenge.
Trygve Lies Plass, Oslo, Norway: 31
Kera, Espoo, Finland: 22
Sege Park, Malmö, Sweden: 19
Karsnes harbour, Kopavogur, Iceland: 16
Hans Tavsens Park and Korsgade, Copenhagen, Denmark: 37 (24 established companies and 13 wild cards)
Steep terrain, Runavik, Faroe Islands: 20
The local juries will gather during January, and 3 February 2016 the finalists will be announced at this website. They will receive 300.000 NOK and the possibility to develop their solution further in collaboration with the project owner. In addition, Nordic Innovation will invite finalists where at least two Nordic countries are represented in the team, to register for the prestigious Nordic Built Cities Challenge Awards (the NBCCA), where Nordic prizes of 1.200.000 NOK in total will be awarded. The finalist solutions competing for the NBCCA will also receive plenty of attention and be showcased in the Nordic region and beyond.
The overall aim of the Nordic Built Cities Challenge is to develop and visualise Nordic innovative solutions for liveable, smart and sustainable cities.
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