Sustainable Architecture Award video
The “Sustainable Architecture” Award was set up and promoted in 2003 by Fassa S.r.l. (owner of the Fassa Bortolo brand) and the Department of Architecture of Ferrara.
It was inspired by a desire to reward, and highlight to a wider audience, projects that relate in a balanced manner to the environment and are designed to meet human necessities, especially in relation to consumption of resources and pollution, while safeguarding the needs of future generations. Projects eligible for participation include new builds, redevelopments, urban and landscape design developments, as well as design products or projects from any other field of design that have a tangible impact in terms of sustainability. The event is divided into the Italian Sustainable Architecture Award (a section reserved for undergraduate, doctoral, specialization or postgraduate master’s theses) and the International Sustainable Architecture Award (a section dedicated to works created by professionals), which alternate each year. Metodo Studio has collaborated on the event for many years, making video content covering the award-winning projects—in both the proposed categories—for the related communication campaign.