The joint project of SSSI and LPO, People about Longyearbyen as a physical framework, won 2nd prize in the international competition Why the World Needs Anthropologists (WWNA) Apply Awards. According to the jury, the project “is a neat demonstration of where anthropologists and architects can collaborate to shift perceptions, giving voice to people who are often silent on projects in the context of city planning. It is a clever application of anthropology to ‘inclusive design’, focusing on the co-creation of physical maps of the city. The award celebrates the combined application of anthropological theory and method.” Alexandra Meyer and Zdenka Sokolickova received the award in Prague on 11 September, and the design glass item made by Jiří Krejčiřík will find its honorary spot in the LPO office in Longyearbyen soon!