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2012 - 2021: Next Landmark celebrates its 10th anniversary


Launched in 2012 by Floornature.com magazine with the support of Iris Ceramics Group Foundation, Next Landmark is an international online competition which aims to highlight projects by young architects and designers.

Conceived to promote the fundamental role of design culture and social dimension of construction, Next Landmark serves as a medium to encourage creativity and knowledge in order to deliver innovative developments and offer tomorrow’s professionals an opportunity for visibility and advancement.

The future of sustainable living.
This is the leitmotif and inspiration behind the ideas competition which is based on the fundamental relationship between people and their surroundings, cross-sector expertise and disciplines, and the need to grasp rapid changes currently taking place, anticipating these changes and providing a practical contribution to architectural design.

Over the years, a wide range of participants have taken part in previous Next Landmark competitions, becoming active in an online community which now comprises more than 1,500 members from all over the world.

Its ten year history extols the importance of nurturing a new generation of creative architects and designers, promoting sharing and offering a real opportunity for engagement and involvement. Next Landmark continues its well-established objective, underlining the challenges for an ever-more sustainable global ecosystem.

2020 Contest

The redesign of external areas adjacent to “Casa Coccapani” nursery school to complete the restoration and seismic upgrading works recently carried out on the building. The ideas contest will provide us with innovative solutions to rethink areas used for the little ones’ outdoor activities and construct a real “EDUCATIONAL GARDEN”.



Bruna Sigillo

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Previous Editions

2019

A Common Line For The Reconstruction by Lorenzo Abate wins Next Landmark 2019

Lorenzo Abate has won Next Landmark 2019 with an ecological reconstruction project developed for Syria, as a post-war reconstruction that offers solutions to copy in other areas with the same water ne

2018

The winners of Next Landmark 2018

The architects from Urbánika and Roland Baldi were presented with their prizes in the amphitheatre of FICo, the “world’s biggest agri-food park”, for the seventh edition of th

2018

The winners of Next Landmark 2018

The architects from Urbánika and Roland Baldi were presented with their prizes in the amphitheatre of FICo, the “world’s biggest agri-food park”, for the seventh edition of th

2017

The winners of the Next Landmark Architectural SKIN

Gregory Lacoua and Ellevuelle Architetti are the winners of the sixth edition of Next Landmark, the international contest sponsored by Floornature, the Iris Ceramica Group architecture and design Web

2017

The winners of the Next Landmark Architectural SKIN

Gregory Lacoua and Ellevuelle Architetti are the winners of the sixth edition of Next Landmark, the international contest sponsored by Floornature, the Iris Ceramica Group architecture and design Web

2016

Giancarlo Mazzanti: Marinilla Educational Park Colombia

Giancarlo Mazzanti’s Marinilla Educational Park has won the Next Landmark 2016 award. Mazzanti continues his research into the use of public space as social space in Marinilla Educational Park, an e

2016

Giancarlo Mazzanti: Marinilla Educational Park Colombia

Giancarlo Mazzanti’s Marinilla Educational Park has won the Next Landmark 2016 award. Mazzanti continues his research into the use of public space as social space in Marinilla Educational Park, an e

2015

Urban Spa: a PKMN workshop with students in Chihuahua

Urban Spa is the winner of the Next Landmark 2015 contest, in the Landmark of the Year category. The project was created from a workshop by the PKMN studio with students from ISAD,Chihuahua (Mexico).

2015

Urban Spa: a PKMN workshop with students in Chihuahua

Urban Spa is the winner of the Next Landmark 2015 contest, in the Landmark of the Year category. The project was created from a workshop by the PKMN studio with students from ISAD,Chihuahua (Mexico).

2014

Ellevuelle architetti’s Casa Esse wins the 2014 Next Landmark contest

The winner of the third Next Landmark international architecture contest organised by Floornature is Ellevuelle architetti of Italy, for Casa Esse, a new construction in the countryside near Forl&igra

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