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Welcome to the highly anticipated result announcement of Archiol's Tiny Forest Design Competition 2023! It is with immense excitement and anticipation that we gather here today, in the virtual realm, to unveil the outstanding winners of this remarkable design competition.
In our quest to celebrate innovative and sustainable approaches to urban green spaces, Archiol invited architects, designers, and visionaries from around the globe to participate in the Tiny Forest Design Competition 2023. The competition brief, accessible at [insert competition brief link], laid the foundation for a creative challenge that pushed the boundaries of architectural imagination while emphasizing the critical role of tiny forests in urban environments.
This competition called for transformative ideas that would not only enhance the urban landscape but also promote biodiversity, improve air quality, and foster a deeper connection between communities and nature. Our esteemed panel of judges had the daunting task of reviewing a multitude of exceptional submissions, each reflecting a unique vision for the future of tiny forests.
Today, we stand on the cusp of unveiling the winning entries that have not only met but exceeded our expectations. The results of this competition will undoubtedly inspire and reshape our understanding of the potential that tiny forests hold in the urban fabric.
As we prepare to announce the winners, we want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to all participants for their dedication, creativity, and commitment to sustainability. We hope that this competition has not only sparked your imagination but also ignited a passion for a greener, more sustainable future.
So, without further ado, let us embark on this virtual journey to discover the visionary designs that have earned their place as the champions of Archiol's Tiny Forest Design Competition 2023.

Top 3


Alexia Moulin



Abinaya.G, Divya Kamatchi.S & Haridharani.J.B



Shebi S, Sowmiya M, Priyan D & Maria Antony Xavier M




Urbania, first act

Alexia Moulin



"The design itself is not unique, but it is bold. I enjoyed reading a design description that sounded like a manifesto. I think they might be overzealous in their choice of trees, and would like to have seen images or callouts in the poster that show what the different species look like. Design sheet 3 graphics are hard to read and they are not described. I'm not sure what they are meant to say. There is text referring to breaking up asphalt to allow plants to thrive. I would like to see what is meant by this. I gave high marks for boldness and poster design, but feel that it needs more details about the actual design."
-John Hobbi