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Architecture Competitions 2019
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Architecture Competitions, chronological:
Almetyevsk Reservoir Open International Competition, Russia
We are happy to inform you about the Open International Architecture and Urban Planning Competition for the development of a master plan for the territory adjacent to the Almetyevsk Reservoir on the Stepnoy Zay river.
One of the most beautiful Russian cities, the city of Kazan is located in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. Almetyevsk is an oil capital of the Republic of Tatarstan with the headquarter of PJSC TATNEFT – the 5th largest oil company in Russia.
The architecture competition is of particular importance as one of the most remarkable projects, aimed at the rehabilitation of compromised land plots and the preservation of valuable natural resources caused by production work when creating and locating infrastructure facilities. At the end of the competition, the results of environmental rehabilitation from man-made impact can be applied on similar sites both in Russia and all over the world.
The architectural competition will take place from November 27, 2019 through April 23, 2020.
Design contest applications are accepted until January 21, 2020.
Invited to participate in this architecture competition are professional organizations from all over the world in the field of integrated land development and urban planning, architecture, design, development of concepts for the development of public spaces, master planning, who are able to attract specialists in economics, finance, and content programming. The total prize fund will be 14,500,000 rubles.
The jury consists of representatives of state authorities of the Republic of Tatarstan and the municipal body “Almetyevsk city”, experts in integrated land development, ecology and specially protected natural areas, economics and spatial planning, marketing and communications, technologies and innovations, as well as representatives of the initiator of the competition. The jury is chaired by Nail Maganov, General Director of PJSC TATNEFT. The international curator of the design competition is British Professor, Guy Eames, academician of the RAACS, co-founder and Chairman of the Russian Green Building Council (RuGBC).
The initiators of the competition are the Administration of the city of Almetyevsk and PJSC TATNEFT named after V.D. Shashin. The competition is supported by the Government of the Republic of Tatarstan. The operator of the Competition is the Agency for Strategic Development CENTER.
You can find more information in the links below:
- Almetyevsk Reservoir Architecture Competition
- Almetyevsk Reservoir Competition press conference
- press conference live broadcast
RIBA launches open call to design experimental installation for Architecture Gallery
Deadline for entries: 13 February 2020
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is inviting architects, architecture students and creatives to design a temporary installation at the RIBA’s HQ building in central London, to coincide with the London Festival of Architecture (LFA).
RIBA Architecture Gallery Competition 2020 – news page
SNP Square and Kamenné Square, Bratislava
, Slovakia, Europe
Competitive Dialogue 2019/2020
Metropolitan Institute of Bratislava
The competitive dialogue concerns the area in the middle of the city center of Bratislava (the capital city of Slovakia) and included Slovak National Uprising Square (SNP Square) and Kamenné Square, which represent one of the most important urban spaces in Bratislava. The area combines several important features – it is a significant space from both the historical and social point of view, an important public transportation transfer hub, and location of historical monuments.
As other European cities, the 20th century Bratislava was characterized by a dynamic development of central urban spaces. Despite their significance, some of them are undergoing gradual deterioration. The opinion, that the present state of this public space is unsatisfactory, is openly shared among experts, the public and the city administration. It is necessary to create a realistic scenario to renew and develop this area.
Briefly about the process
Evaluation committee will choose four teams, which, based on submitted documents, will seem to be the most capable for creating a quality proposal. At the initial conference there will be an introduction of the territory and its current topics. In less than two months, all teams will separately present their concepts to the evaluation committee, experts and stakeholders, and after a thoughtful discussion will receive feedback and guidance for further refinement.
After another two months, the competing teams will present their final designs and after the discussion the jury will evaluate them based on the quality. Then the competition teams will submit their price offers, which will be assessed together with the outputs from the previous stage. With the candidate, whose project (quality at first, price as second) will be assessed as the best, a contract will be signed. The subject of the contract will be a continuous work on the proposal within further projects milestones.
• 17. 1. 2020 – submissions of requests to participate
• 14. 2. 2020 – submissions of professional approach portfolio
• in week 09.03.2020 – 13.03.2020 – initial conference
• in week 27.04.2020 – 01.05.2020 – separate presentations of the proposal concepts (1st workshop)
• in week 22.06.2020 – 26.06.2020 – separate presentations of the final proposals and evaluation based on quality of the proposal (2nd workshop)
• 10.7.2020 – submissions of the price offers
• 31.1.2020 – declaration of results of the competitive dialogue
Matúš Vallo, SK, City Mayor of Bratislava
Zuzana Aufrichtová, SK, Mayor of the Old Town
Igor Marko, SK/GB, architect, www.markoandplacemakers.com
Michal Fišer, CZ, architect, www.triarchitekti.cz
Marko Studen, SLO, architect, www.scapelab.com
Daniel Zimmermann, AT, landscape architect, www.3zu0.com
Pierre Alain Ttrévelo, FR, architect, www.tvk.fr
Alternate Members of the Committee
Antonín Novák, CZ, architect, www.drnh.cz
Juraj Šujan, SK, Advisor to the City Mayor of Bratislava, architect in ŠujanŠtassel
Michal Marcinov, SK, MIB, member of Živé námestie, landscape architect – LABAK
Roman Žitňanský, SK, MIB – Public Space Section, architect
Remunerations in competition
For each of the four teams in competitive dialogue, a €20,000 compensation exclusive of VAT is reserved. The first half will be paid after the presentation of the concept in the required scope of outputs. The second half will be paid after the presentation of the final proposal in the required scope of outputs.
All materials and meetings will be bilingual in English/Slovak.
Official page: https://bratislava.sk/en/snp-square-and-kamenne-square-bratislava-competitive-dialogue-2019-2020
All materials to download: https://josephine.proebiz.com/sk/tender/5764/summary
Map of the area under consideration: https://bit.ly/2Hmjew6
International Competition for Cheongju New Cityhall
, South Korea, Asia
Phase I Registration deadline: 17 Jan 2020
The holding organization for competition is Cheongju City, S. Korea.
The competition is Organized by Korea Institute of Architects.
2. The competition site
The site for New Cityhall is seated in the general commercial region # 89-1, Bungmun-ro 3 ga, Sangdang-ro, Cheongju City, Chungcheongbuk-do, S. Korea. The area of the site for competition is 28,459 ㎡.
Total Floor Area : 53,000 ㎡
3. Objectives of Competition
Since the integration of Cheongju City and Cheongwon County, a regeneration project to restore the core functions of the original city center has been promoted. By linking the project with the new City Hall, which will be constructed by 2025, it is aimed to achieve balanced regional development through revitalization.
The architecture competition is intended to build an integrated City Hall which will conform to the urban future of ‘Cheongju City’ so as to address the following three issues: 1) inefficiency of dispersed administrative services, 2) improving the quality of administrative services, and 3) citizen inconvenience.
Also, it is aimed to have the effect of city restoration by linking with various maintenance works in the nearby area, and to secure symbolism by utilizing the existing building which has the historic value.
A place for Accessibility
It should be designed to provide public space where citizens can openly use, and to revitalize the old city center. Also, complex cultural space to have effective communication with citizens should be planned.
A place for integrated City hall and openness of public offices
It should be designed to provide open space which would allow citizens to have the perspective of self-governance, and promote the consciousness as a decision maker.
A place for efficiency and maximization of space for work and citizen convenience
In order to respond to changes in the administrative working environment and in the needs, the space layout should be considered to provide high quality administrative services through the concentration of administrative functions. Also, changeability and flexible space composition should be taken into account for possible future expansion and needs.
A place for utilizing the main building of current city hall
It should be designed as a symbol of harmony and fusion of the new and the old buildings through the effective use of space and history of the main building which keeps a record of Cheongju City.
4. Competition Methods : Two-stage competitions
Phase I- International open design competition: 5 teams will be selected.
Phase II – International invited design competition: 5 teams from Phase I and 3 teams of invited architects will compete.
Registration: Jan 6, 2020 – Jan 17, 2020
Questions/Answers: Jan 20, 2020 – Jan 27, 2020 / Feb 3, 2020
Entry Submission: Mar 13, 2020
Jury: Mar 19, 2020 – Mar 20, 2020
Winners Announcement: Mar 20, 2020
Registration: Mar 27, 2020 – Apr 10, 2020
5. Estimated Design Fee: about 7,400,000,000 KRW ( about 6.17 million us dollar) 1 us dollar=1,200
6. Jury: The list of Juror will be announced on January 6, 2020.
Official email: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Competition of City Main Library Gwangju, S. Korea
City Main Library Gwangju: This competition is aimed to search for designs of a public library, which will serve as a main Library in Gwangju, Republic of Korea.
Main Library Gwangju, Competition 2019
London Marathon Competition 2019
Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and London Marathon Events Ltd competition for Part 2 architecture students and recent Part 2 graduates from UK universities
The contest objective seeks a design for new mile-marker structure located at each of the 26 miles strung along the Virgin Money London Marathon course:
London 2144 Competition: Future Skyline Contest
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New London 2144 competition: to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the iconic London landmark, Tower Bridge is calling all designers, artists, engineers and architects, to reimagine their vision for the London skyline 125 years from now:
London 2144 Competition
eVolo 2020 Skyscraper Competition
(Nov 19, 2019 – Early registration deadline)
Jan 28, 2020 – Late registration deadline
Feb 11, 2020 – Project submission deadline
eVolo Magazine invites architects, engineers, designers, and artists, including students, from around the world to take part in this skyscraper architecture competition.
Established in 2006, the annual skyscraper design contest is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture:
Derbent Urban District Competition
Open international competition for the development of a master plan for the Derbent urban district, Republic of Dagestan, Russia
Masterplan for Derbent Urban District Competition
Multi-disciplinary design team sought for University of Plymouth’s New Engineering & Design Facility
Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
RIBA Competitions launch of a ‘Competitive Dialogue’ process.
The University of Plymouth wishes to procure multi-disciplinary design services for a New Engineering & Design Facility (NEDF). The building is to be located on its main city centre campus. The NEDF building will accommodate the School of Engineering, and also provide additional space for the School of Art, Design and Architecture.
Full design contest info here: Plymouth Architecture
New University of Leeds western campus student hub Competition
West Yorkshire, England, UK
RIBA Competitions announce the launch of a design competition on behalf of the University of Leeds:
Design that Educates Awards
The Design that Educates Awards (DtEA) recognise and showcase the strongest ideas and constructions of educational architecture and design from around the world.
The design may provide an informative and educational layer to guides us through the complexity of our current environment:
LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction
Call for exemplary construction projects and visionary design concepts from arounnd the globe.
The LafargeHolcim Awards is seeking leading professional projects and also conceptual ideas. Designs must combine architectural excellence with strong sustainable construction solutions:
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Flexible Housing Competition
, for Great Places Lakes & Dales Partnership, England, UK
The Royal Institute of British Architects launch a design competition on behalf the Great Places Lakes and Dales Partnership (GPLD). This architectural competition seeks flexible housing designs for two sites within the GPLD area:
London Festival of Architecture 2019 Public Realm Competition
, England, UK
The London Festival of Architecture and Westminster City Council announce an architectural competition for the design of a new public realm intervention along the Paddington Arm of the Grand Union Canal, Westminster:
North Design Union Headquarters – Architecture Design Competition 2019, China
A rare opportunity for young architects and designers to realize their dreams, an architectural contest from young Bird Plan, an international design competition platform.
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Reshape18 Design Competition
Major Architecture Awards
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Sommer Pavilion 2018, Jardim da Parada, beside Casa Sommer, Cascais, Portugal
The design competition is run by the Cascais City Hall. It is to be assessed by the South Regional Section of the Architects Association, also known as OASRS.
The goal of this architecture contest is to select one idea for an ephemeral architectural intervention at Jardim da Parada. The site is located adjacent to the Casa Sommer, in the centre of Cascais, a Portuguese coastal resort town just west of Lisbon.
Marstopia Design Competition
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Marstopia Architecture and Design Competition
eVolo Skyscraper Design Competition
eVolo Skyscraper Architecture Competitions
A101 Urban Block Competition, Russia
A101 Urban Block competition
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