Competition works, exhibited in several halls, were presented in the form of models, photographs and real objects. So, at the entrance, the audience was greeted by a furniture set cut out of logs, in the hall there was a "column" twisted from tree branches, originating from the artistic "Nikolo-Lenivetsky crafts", and everyone who wished to take turns sat on a wood bench carved in a bizarre shape. The variety of forms and ideas affected the number of nominees and laureates, some of whom have appeared on the stage more than once.
According to the jury, the competition has significantly improved the quality of landscape design in the Moscow region. The nomination Public spaces has grown especially: "… this time, household plots are significantly inferior to public territories." The innovation of the competition was the emergence of another, sixth nomination "Project", added by the jury directly during the discussion of the works.
The award ceremony consisted of two parts: after the laureates, the winners were congratulated, who received, in addition to diplomas, cash prizes. In the nomination "Subject in the landscape" the 3rd place was taken by the witty project of the garden "Furniture from firewood", made by the Zhurovs' workshop, the jury could not award the second place, giving the 1st place to two works at once: "Likhoborsky gates" by Nikolai Polissky from "Nikolo-Lenivetsky crafts "and" Tea Pavilion "of the architectural studio" XYZ ".
In the new nomination "Project", the third place was taken by the "Kutuzovskaya Riviera" of the International Center "LAD", the second was given to the concept of improvement of the Strogino microdistrict, the workshop "Gromov and Paltsev" and the first place was taken by the city works of Yakutsk "Landscape Center of Yakutia".
The tradition of the competition has become a special award from an invited foreign master - which is Tom Lonsdale. Diplomas were received by the glass pavilion "Invasion", the studio "ZETA", the project "Sink" by Tatiana Vdovichenko and the Kharms park by Olga Solomatina.
A special prize from the House on Brestskaya was given to the MGUL A. Shevchik and I. Fokeeva for the project of landscaping and improvement of the Moscow International Business Center “Moscow-City”.
In the nomination "Element of landscape design" - the first place was awarded to the "Water cascade" by A. Landyshev, the second place was given to the "Stopping pavilions for Moscow" by L. Senyavsky, the third - to the project "Invasion". Nomination "Household plots": the highest score was awarded to the project "Garden for meditation" Eastern Village "by E. Zvyagintseva, then -" Landscape reconstruction and greening in the Khimki region "by the company" Novy Sad "and the third place was taken by the" English Park on Nikolina Gora "design -studio "World of Flowers".
The best “urban courtyard spaces” were presented by the “Ghost Garden” of the architectural and design firm “Kvadrat-M”, which collected the most awards during the evening and was named the most philosophical project with many meanings. Immediately the third after him were three projects at the same time - "A Garden in a Kindergarten" by T. Evfratova, "Kindergarten of Miracles" by the "Phytopitomnik" collective and a hotel in Geledzhik of a company classified under the name of "BS Post" LLC.
In the nomination "City-wide territories" the second place was awarded to the project of improvement of the Nikolo-Arkhangelsk crematorium "Mosproekt-4", workshop No. 6. The third was awarded to three projects at once: “The 5th Regional Festival of Flower Gardens and Landscape Architecture on the Territory of the Moscow State Art Institute” and “Birch Grove Park” in the Kurkino Research and Development Institute of Ecology of Moscow, as well as the work “The Moscow Kremlin. Big Square "workshop" Empire. Architecture.Interior".
The most successful, as noted by the jury, the nomination confirmed its status by the alignment of forces: its winner became the owner of the GRAND PRIX - the Otrada park in the floodplain of the Likhoborka River of Kalina Architects and Partners. The main winner not only coped with planning tasks, but literally ennobled the littered and swampy river Likhoborka, turning it floodplain into a public park, and gave new understanding to the three religions located on it - an Orthodox church, a mosque and a synagogue, which were united by a standing over everything Temple of Nature.
For the third year, the Moscow Committee for Architecture and Architecture awards a medal named after the first landscape architect of Russia, Andrei Timofeevich Bolotov. This year it was presented to Mikhail Sudakov from Kvadrat-M.