Since 2008 the Land Art Generator has been pioneering the use of regenerative design strategies for the planning and development of cultural destinations worldwide. Works of public art that are designed to give back generously to the surrounding sustainable city are now poised to become the next generation of iconic landmarks, driving tourists to 21st century cultural destinations. Works of art that provide clean power and drinking water to hospitality venues establish resorts as ecotourism destinations and contribute to net-zero emissions strategies.

It is therefore fitting that LAGI Co-founder, Elizabeth Monoian, will serve on the jury for the LCD Berlin Awards 2021, the latest edition of the award event by Leading Cultural Destinations.

Elizabeth looks forward to reviewing the shortlisted applications and providing recommendations with a lens that is focused on both climate action and experiences of wonder.

The Solar Compass by Santiago Muros Cortes uses concentrated solar power (CSP) to generate 4,000 MWh of clean energy per year.