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Award ceremony proHolz Student Trophy22
The winning projects have been awarded

The 4th edition of the proHolz Student Trophy - woodencity - launched by proHolz Austria in cooperation with proHolz Bayern and the cities of Munich, Berlin and Vienna - was dedicated to urban redensification, one of the currently central tasks of sustainable urban development. Students were asked to create affordable living space in existing areas and in interaction with existing structures for 3 selected building sites in the 3 partner cities.

Around 300 students worked in interdisciplinary teams and submitted 91 entries. The participants came from 29 universities in Austria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia and Russia. A top-class jury selected 3 winning projects, 6 acknowledgements and 1 special prize. The prizes were awarded on 19 May 2022 at a ceremony at the Vienna University of Technology, with prize money totalling 16,000 euros.


Awards proHolz Student Trophy 22

Video and photos of the award ceremony 22

Competition participation

All students of architecture and civil engineering who are registered at an university in the semester 2021/ 22 are invited to participate in the proHolz Student Trophy. The competition contribution is to be submitted by interdisciplinary teams, in cooperation of at least two students.


Prize money

The proHolz Student Trophy 22 competition is endowed with a total of 15,000 euros. In the two-step procedure, the international jury will name three winning projects and six acknowledgements. The following prizes will be awarded: For each of the three building sites, one winning project, endowed with 3,000 euros, and two rewards, endowed with 1,000 euros.



Kick-off Event

Information event streamed live. Presentation of the design task at the Technical University of Munich


Submission deadline

All design documentation must be received by proHolz Austria by 31 March 2022, 23:59 at the latest. Entries must be submitted in digital form and uploaded to the website


Award ceremony

Event streamed live from Vienna University of Technology


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