24H Competition 16th edition – raWar

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24H Competition 16th edition – raWar

16th edition Architectural Contest Winners – Sustainable Architecture Design 2017

8 May 2017

raWar – 24H Competition

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24H Competition 16th edition

War: the most powerful weapon that man invented to gain strength by the power to destroy. Wars are cold, they are black, they are first and second, they have 100 or 200 years, they win names of heroes or cities, social or civil, raw wars, but they will never cease to be wars. Won or lost wars that leave marks on what once stood.

1st Place
Team: Adela Rodríguez, Pablo López, Andrea Fernández, Eva Gil
City: Madrid
Country: Spain

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

2nd Place
Team: Patricia Uslé Serra
City: Madrid
Country: Spain

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

3rd Place
Team: Arnaud Charoy, Ferdinand Klopfer, Moritz Gnädinger, Justus Ullmann
City: Aachen
Country: Germany

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Ujjayant Bhattacharyya, Priyanka Mukherjee, Shrabantika Roy
City: Cuttack
Country: India

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Filip Kabelis
City: Poznan
Country: Poland

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Rodrigo Silva, Carlos Oliveira
City: Londrina
Country: Brazil

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Sung Lim
City: London
Country: United Kingdom

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Patrycja Galkiewicz, Karolina Duda, Anna Otlik
City: Wrocław
Country: Poland

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Ioulios Georgiou
City: Berlin
Country: Germany

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

Honorable Mention
Team: Alejandro Caraballo Llorente, Carlos Rebolo Maderuelo
City: Madrid
Country: Spain

24H Competition 16th edition - raWar

raWar – bunker – a temporary war refuge

24H Competition Summary

1st place – ID0001080 – Team: Adela Rodríguez, Pablo López, Andrea Fernández, Eva Gil; City: Madrid; Country: Sapin

“The authors combined historical precedent and planning on an urban scale to envision a truly applicable and city-wide concept of a distributed network that makes use of existing infrastructure, applies architectural thinking to mobile structures, reuses decommissioned assets, and can easily be repeated and deployed in various cities with existing subway systems around the world. ” Alexander Walter, arq.
“The project shows a different poinf of view: It’s very interesting the use of the tunnel and trains. The graphic design offers a complete panel and the black background helps to explain the idea.” Rafael González del Castillo Sancho, arq.
“The second function of the subway as shelter is setting at the design stage, all infrastructure, necessary for survival in harsh conditions is planning. The proposed project will improve quality of life in the underground space and breathe a new life into old train’s park. Trains like modular mini-hotels will allow to provide a comfortable environment wherever necessary. Because of modularity this system can scale, and due to the mobility it’s allow to be where people are desperate need in it.” Maria Malitskaya, arq.
“Excellent proposal that takes advantage of the infrastructure of the metro network. The apparent simplicity of the solution contrasts the density of the detail and the rigor of the response.” Andreia Garcia, arq.
“At first, the presentation seemed a bit complex because of the dark background, but the concept is simple, clear, well thought out and well-illustrated. The background is actually very representative of the dark circumstances of a war and the reality of the lack of natural light in the tunnels. It answers all of the requisites in the competition program, and presents a quite feasible solution, as it takes full advantage of already existing infrastructures.” Rui Pinto Gonçalves, arq.

2nd Place – ID000540 – Team: Patricia Uslé Serra; City: Madrid; Country: Spain

“Highly conceptual in its approach, the entry refuses to surrender to the terrors of war and being forced into an existence underground away from daylight — a central, great oculus remains open to the sky and symbolizes the dreams and hopes of continued peaceful life on the surface. ” Alexander Walter, arq.
“This proposal, that gets into the ground as many others, offers a different round-shaped with a spetial highlight. More than 50% of the panel is brown without information so that enphazised the idea of being underground. With a little text the idea can be explained.” Rafael González del Castillo Sancho, arq.
“This architecture decision is similar to the underground Roman Pantheon, it’s ready to take under its arches all eager to rescue. Daylight and a large common space that unites people, helps to overcome the difficult period and not feel isolated.” Maria Malitskaya, arq.
“The proposal stands out for the beauty of the language of the representation. The whole solution is developed taking advantage of the meeting room and the program is developed in a beautiful gesture that involves the hall as an integrated whole.”
Andreia Garcia, arq.
“This panel has the capacity of clearly and succinctly present an idea that focuses on the wellbeing of the people running from the destruction on the outside, and especially on the wellbeing of the children – a central, wide open space is created, a naturally lit and ventilated space. The other program requisites are also considered, even though not very developed. The view upward is a powerful image of hope in dire circumstances.” Rui Pinto Gonçalves, arq.

3rd Place – ID000560 – Team: Arnaud Charoy, Ferdinand Klopfer, Moritz Gnädinger, Justus Ullmann; City: Aachen; Country: Germany

“The submission combines existing infrastructural facilities, such as parks, ponds, and metro tunnels, with added bunker clusters that form a distributed network across the city, easily accessible for all its citizens. The design of the bunker and its access points keeps them out of sight during peacetime and allows for rapid deployment during times of crisis and war. ” Alexander Walter, arq.
“Amazing. The idea of a subterranean building that seems to be a industry got my attention. Also the entrance it’s not visible from the air that helps to not be seen from the sky. The design uses catching colours and the use of schematic drawings helps to understand the idea.” Rafael González del Castillo Sancho, arq.
“Thoughtful and detailed proposal, in the section resembling communicating vessels, unites all life functions in a single network. The project is woven seamlessly into the existing urban infrastructure.” Maria Malitskaya, arq.
“This proposal stands out by the rigor of the solution presented for each of the points of the program of the contest.” Andreia Garcia, arq.
“This is the most complex of the three winning proposals and is well represented in architectural terms. It is appropriate for the city in which it is implemented – each bunker is accessible from above ground, through the clever pool draining system in emergency situations, remaining hidden and visually pleasant in its river bed park surroundings in peacetime. It uses the metro system for connecting all bunkers, and as alternative access to people and supplies from any point in the city during wartime.” Rui Pinto Gonçalves, arq.

Honorable Mentions

ID000900 – Team: Ujjayant Bhattacharyya, Priyanka Mukherjee, Shrabantika Roy; City: Cuttack; Country: India

ID000460 – Team: Filip Kabelis; City: Poznan; Country: Poland

ID0001350 – Team: Rodrigo Silva, Carlos Oliveira; City: Londrina; Country: Brazil

ID000910 – Team: Sung Lim; City: London; Country: United Kingdom

ID000710 – Team: Patrycja Galkiewicz, Karolina Duda, Anna Otlik; City: Wrocław; Country: Poland

ID0001510 – Team: Ioulios Georgiou; City: Berlin; Country: Germany

ID000580 – Team: Alejandro Caraballo Llorente, Carlos Rebolo Maderuelo; City: Madrid; Country: Spain

24H COMPETITION 16th edition raWar information / images received 050517

27 + 8 Mar 2017

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raWar
War: the most powerful weapon that man invented to gain strength by the power to destroy. Wars are cold, they are black, they are first and second, they have 100 or 200 years, they win names of heroes or cities, social or civil, raw wars, but they will never cease to be wars. Won or lost wars that leave marks on what once stood.

April 8th to April 9th

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AWARDS
1st Place € 500 + publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H trophy + 5 sketchbooks Emílio Braga + 24H registration fee
2nd Place € 150 – publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H trophy + 5 sketchbooks Emílio Braga + 24H registration fee
3rd Place € 50 – publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H trophy + 5 sketchbooks Emílio Braga + 24H registration fee
7 Honorable Mentions – publication in website, social networks and media partners

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