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The theme of the 2019 SGA is “Leapfrogging Development: Urban Transformation in Mumbai.” The theme asks students to submit their ideas about how to leapfrog, or skip over, steps or phases of urban development that are demonstrably unsustainable, from social, economic, environmental, and structural perspectives. Many cities in transition, along with new and certainly future cities will face this question. As the 20th century was the “century of the city” we now have over a century of data about how cities develop.
Mumbai is not isolated: It is the economic capital of one of the world’s most rapidly developing countries, in a global context where the East is forecast to become the demographic and economic focus, eclipsing the West. Given Mumbai’s role as a long-established, globally important city still undergoing significant change, “Leapfrogging Development:Urban Transformation in Mumbai” asks students to consider how the cities of today and tomorrow can avoid repeating known development mistakes.
Resource consumption per capita in Mumbai is low in comparison to other metropolises. This is due in part to low average living standards, but it could also be understood as a baseline from which the city could be “resource responsible”as living standards rise. There is hope that it need not duplicate intermediate unsustainable phases of development, as seen in many Western cities. Students should propose visions for the Eastern Waterfront that show how Mumbai could leapfrog from a “resource modest” condition into a prosperous, “resource responsible” city.
与其他大都市相比，孟买的人均资源消耗较低。这某种程度上是由于当地平均生活水平较低，但也可以理解为随着生活水平的提高，城市对“资源自负”的底线。 正如许多西方城市所见，人们希望它不需要重复中间不可持续的发展阶段。 学生们应该为东海滨提出愿景，展示孟买如何从“资源稍欠”状态跨越到繁荣的“资源自负”城市。
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The Schindler Global Award (SGA) is a student urban design competition with a focus
on mobility. It is an ideas competition, intended to engage students in formulating
a response to complex conditions in cities across the globe. Participation is open to
students in architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and planning programs,
enrolled in their final bachelor degree year or any masters degree year. Students
can participate individually or in teams, and each entry must have a faculty supervisor.
An international jury of renowned experts will evaluate the entries and allocate awards, with a total prize sum of USD 105,000. The SGA competition begins with the release of this brief and the opening of registration on the 16th of July 2018; the registration deadline for the SGA is the 18th of January 2019. Entries are due on the 30th of January 2019; prizes will be awarded in late spring 2019.
The Schindler Global Award 2019 is held under the leadership of the Schindler
Group, in collaboration with the ETH Zurich, Chair of Architecture and Urban Design,
Professor Kees Christiaanse. Prof. Christiaanse is SGA Co-Chair together with
Prof. Peter Staub, of the University of Liechtenstein. The SGA 2019 is supported
by the expertise of the Mumbai-based Urban Design Research Institute (UDRI).
With over 100'000 US$ in prizes and a jury of international experts and practitioners, the Schindler Global Award gives the students of today a chance to contribute to the cities of tomorrow.