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Home Competition by arch out loud, 2018 design contest, Architectural research initiative

Home Competition by arch out loud

Design Contests across the globe organised by this Architectural research initiative

Mar 1, 2018

Competition by arch out loud

New Design Competition by arch out loud

Despite how chaotic our lives are, we cherish the consistency of sleeping in the same bed and performing the same daily rituals here. Yet, new trends in digitalization and globalization continue to reshape realms of everyday life and alter our physical environments, including our homes. It is important to examine how we adapt our living spaces to these shifts.

home competition by arch out loud

Home Competition by arch out loud

2 Jul 2017

arch out loud NUCLEAR international open ideas competition

NUCLEAR international open ideas competition

INTRODUCTION

Since the Cold War, one of the most challenging and urgent tasks facing governments around the world has been the disposal of transuranic nuclear waste. As a by-product from nuclear weaponry production, transuranic waste is not only harmful, but also boasts a formidable decay process lasting thousands of years.

Nuclear international open ideas competition

To address this issue, millions of barrels of highly radioactive waste have been buried in repositories deep beneath the earth’s surface. One such disposal site is the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in New Mexico, United States. To ensure public safety, it is imperative that the site remain undisturbed for the duration of the waste’s decay process.

arch out loud asks competition entrants to design a marker or marker system to deter inadvertent human intrusion into the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant.​ The marker should exist as a means of passive institutional control of the site for the duration of ​10,000 years​, following the closure and deactivation of the WIPP. ​The purpose of the marker is to communicate with future generations that transuranic waste is buried within a repository at the facility​, located 2,150 feet beneath its surface, and should remain isolated until the risks posed by its release have been sufficiently diminished.

REWARDS

Prizes total to $8,000

OVERALL WINNER – $5,000 + AO feature and certificate 3 Runners up – $1,000 each + AO feature and certificate 10 Honorable Mentions – AO feature and certificate Directors Choice – AO feature and certificate

JURY
Ben van Berkel​ – ​Founder/Principal
​ , UN Studio | Harvard GSD Eva Franch​ – ​Director
​ , Storefront for Art and Architecture | OOAA Marc Tsurumaki​ – ​Founder/Principal
​ , LTL Architects | Cornell AAP | Columbia GSAPP Elaine Molinar​ – ​Partner/Managing Principal
​ , Snohetta Michael Madsen​ – ​Director
​ , “Into Eternity” film Jamie von Klemperer​ – ​President/Design Principal
​ , Kohn Pedersen Fox Theodore Hoerr​ – ​Founder/Principal
​ , Terrain Works Russell Patterson​ – ​Compliance Manager & Scientist
​ , U.S. Department of Energy | WIPP Thomas Klein​ – ​Senior Scientist
​ , AECOM | WIPP

CALENDAR

Advanced Registration: June 7 – July 8 Early Registration: July 9 – Aug 12 Regular Registration: Aug 13 – Oct 21 Submission Deadline: Oct 22

To register and view more info, videos, and models visit ​www.archoutloud.com/nuclear

2 Jul 2017

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition Winners

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition

arch out loud has released the winners of its’ HUMAN TRAFFICKING: Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition.

The competition jury consisted of Tatiana Bilbao, Michel Rojkind, Hilary Sample, Ashley Schafer, Anouk Legendre, Nicolas Desmazières, Kathrin Susanna Gimmel, Ana Cecilia Garza, César Guerrero, Luis Callejas, and People’s Architecture Office (PAO).

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TENANCINGO SQUARE MEDIASCAPE – RESULTS SUMMARY

arch out loud called on designers to examine the role architecture plays in combatting
the global epidemic of human trafficking.

Architectural research initiative arch out loud has released the winners of its’ Tenancingo
Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition.

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition Winner | www.e-architect.co.uk

arch out loud challenged participants to reimagine the town square of Tenancingo, Mexico in
response to the prevalent issues of sex trafficking existing in the area. Designers explored the
catalytic potentials of architectural intervention, inciting positive change through the
introduction of a transformative mediascape. “Mediascape” is a program that arch out loud
suggests being the combination of a public landscape and connective media technologies, two
important components in the modern square.

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition Winner | www.e-architect.co.uk

Proposals from the competition raised the question: How might a modified square reshape
communal mindset and motivation, reconstituting the image of a town where exploitation has
become normalized? The proposed conversions aimed to both educate and empower,
reforming entrenched behavior. With proposals from both regional designers and designers
from other parts of the world, the competition brought forth a large variety of approaches to
an extremely sensitive, but immediate, societal problem. The various mediascapes reveal how
architecture plays one of the most important background roles to the shaping of society and
culture.

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition Winner | www.e-architect.co.uk

Being the first architectural competition to address human and sex trafficking, arch out loud
hopes that the culmination of this exploration is only the beginning of the field’s examination of
its’ role in the matter. arch out loud invites designers and organizations from all over the world
to continue engaging the topic. If you have ideas, suggestions, or partnership proposals please
connect by emailing info@archoutloud.com.

Full results for the Tenancingo Square Mediascape competition can be viewed at:
www.archoutloud.com/traf-results

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JURY
The competition jury consisted of Tatiana Bilbao, Michel Rojkind, Hilary Sample of MOS, Ashley
Schafer of Praxis Journal, Anouk Legendre of XTU Architects, Nicolas Desmazières of XTU
Architects, Kathrin Susanna Gimmel of JaJa, Ana Cecilia Garza of S-AR, César Guerrero of S-AR,
Luis Callejas of LCLA Office, and People’s Architecture Office (PAO).

WINNING PROPOSALS

1st Place: Parallel Realities
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Participants: Paweł Kuczyński, Mikołaj Cierlak, Wojciech Losa
School: Politechnika Śląska
Location: Gliwice, Silesia, Poland

Runner-up: Under Construction
arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - Under Construction

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - Under Construction

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - Under Construction

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - Under Construction
Participants: Nikolaj Salaj, Tin Troha, Žan Šabeder
School: Fakulteta Za Arhitekturo Ljubljana
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Runner-up: Seeing Voices
arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - seeing voices

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - seeing voices

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - seeing voices

arch out loud Human Trafficking Competition runner up - seeing voices
Participants: Roberto Rosales, Barbara González Miranda
Location: Mexico City, Mexico

Runner-up: You Are Everywhere
Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere

Tenancingo Square Mediascape international open-ideas competition runner up - You Are Everywhere
Participants: Soohyoun Nam, Hyejin Lee, Kyungjo Choi
Location: Gyeonggi, South Korea

CONTACT
Please contact info@archoutloud.com with any questions or comments.
The next arch out loud international competition calls on designers to propose an architectural
landmark or system that will communicate with future generations, up to 10,000 years from
now, about the dangers of nuclear waste buried below. See more information and register now
at: www.archoutloud.com/nuclear

1 Apr 2017

arch out loud competition: BORDERS – The Korean DMZ Bathhouse Competition Winners

BORDERS – The Korean DMZ Bathhouse Competition by arch out loud competition

RESULTS SUMMARY

Architectural research initiative arch out loud has released the winners of its’ DMZ Underground Bathhouse international open-ideas competition.

BORDERS – The Korean DMZ Bathhouse Competitio

arch out loud challenged designers to explore the possibility of creating an underground bath
house within the Korean Demilitarized Zone which responded to the surrounding geopolitical
conditions. New forms of non-military architecture could occupy the border zone and begin to
ease the existing tension.

The role tourism can play in opening relations across a border begs the question: How does architecture position itself in the middle of this condition of tension?

With nearly 300 proposals and over 900 participants from all over the world, the designers of
the DMZ Underground Bathhouse competition confronted the very sensitive zone with a variety
of poetic and sublime approaches. Program and narrative were common components in
proposals for releasing tension through the bathhouse.

Website: Hollywood Sign Los Angeles

Feb 20, 2017 update ; Jan 6, 2017

HOLLYWOOD – arch out loud competition

HOLLYWOOD – arch out loud competition

INTRODUCTION

Is the home a place for both work and play? A place for entertainment? A destination for travel? A place for family, friends and beyond to gather? Does a home shield you from the elements or bring you closer to them? Who does the home serve? A single individual or large family? Who does it serve today and in the future?

HOLLYWOOD – arch out loud competition

HOLLYWOOD arch out loud competition

Website: HOLLYWOOD arch out loud competition

Contact arch out loud at info@archoutloud.com

Location:217 W. 1st Street, Los Angeles, California, USA




Los Angeles Architecture

Los Angeles Architecture Designs – chronological list

Los Angeles Houses

Los Angeles Park Designs

Los Angeles Buildings

Los Angeles Houses

Wirtschafter Residence, Santa Monica
Design: Enclosures Architects
Santa Monica Residence
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Santa Monica Residence

Solar Umbrella Residence, Venice
Design: Pugh + Scarpa
Residence in Venice
photo : Marvin Rand

Residence in Venice

Openhouse, Hollywood Hills
Design: XTEN Architecture
Hollywood Hills house
photograph : Art Gray

Hollywood Hills House




Los Angeles Buildings – Selection

Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles Philharmonic
Design: Frank Gehry – Gehry Partners
Walt Disney Concert Hall
photo © Andrew McRae

Walt Disney Concert Hall

One Window House, Venice, Los Angeles
Design: Touraine Richmond Architects, California
One Window House
picture : Benny Chan from Fotoworks

House in Venice

Beverly Hills Property

Coachella Valley House

Diamond House Santa Monica

Los Angeles Architecture News

Los Angeles Architect

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HOLLYWOOD Competition, LA, CA, USA

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