The Land Art Generator Initiative (LAGI) is one of the world’s most anticipated recurring design events, with thousands participating in the biennial competition and millions viewing the results. The world is hungry for new ideas about how we can creatively tackle climate change while also enhancing the beauty of our cities. LAGI is leading the global conversation on sustainable energy landscapes with its high-profile design competition that brings together interdisciplinary teams to propose site-specific works of public art that function as clean energy power plants. View our website to see examples, and you will understand why the project has received so much media attention since its founding in 2010. LAGI has recently begun construction of the first of these regenerative artworks, and is busy bringing educational programs to students around the world on the subject of sustainable development and urban placemaking. Top universities such as Yale and Georgia Tech use the LAGI design brief as curriculum in their senior studio courses. The European Commissioner for Climate Action presented the award to the winner of the most recent edition at the LAGI 2014 exhibition opening at the Danish Design Centre in Copenhagen. LAGI 2016 will be held for a design site at the Santa Monica Pier, and has partnered with the US Green Building Council to hold the exhibition and award ceremony at Greenbuild 2016.
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