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bauhouse 24H Competition

17th edition Architectural Contest Winners – Sustainable Architecture Design 2017

28 Jun 2017

bauhouse 24H Competition Winners

24H Competition 17th edition Winning Designs

Brief – Semi-detached house for two masters in Dessau, Germany

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FRAMEWORK
The simplicity, the functionalism, the comfort and the beauty, made this school, a mark still very present and with great influence for the architecture and the design.
Here was born a revolution!
And in this way can we revolutonize the very concept that United so many great artists and give continuity, unite them again, let them create now and in a new creative maturity, their life as a piece of art?
How many walls would we need?
How many windows, roofs, what marks of them are known that would make the difference of the door of one, to the door of another?
The common room, would it be so common that unite them with the same physical beauty?
What does the concept of beauty mean, in the midst of meanings shared by Masters?
How would be the house of all Masters?

bauhouse 24H Competition Winners

24H bauhouse Competition

Change is a consequence of the growth and realization of the human being, as a thinking being and element of a social organization of which he is a part.
Here, art is a open door to the manifestations and desires of this same society, and questioning whether new paths and answers are found.
Art does not ask art responds.
Put in question to become a consequence and brick to brick, solid walls grow from na ever closer future, where we will all live and from it we will make our house…

Theme: masters´ houses

24H bauhouse Competition Objective

Reinterprets the concept of the semi-detached houses, designed by: Gropius for the Bauhaus masters.
You can use a base of the modular principle and use industrially prebabricated componentes.
Inspired in Bauhaus doctrine create a new model for the masters´ houses.
From the reflection of the form and function modern architecture is born under the functionalist paradigm.
You can use these principles as na inspiration for your project.

24H bauhouse Competition Jury

Adrian Welch, architect
Berrin Chatzi Chousein, architect
Gaute Grønmo, architect
Kyrre Sundal, architect
Nicolas Rudolph, architect

24H bauhouse Competition Program

-Localization: Bauhaus site, Dessau, Germany
-Semi-detached house for two masters.
-Each semi-detached house must have independent use in the private areas.
-Each semi-detached house should have shared areas.
-Private areas: Living room, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and office
-Shared areas: A big open space for painting, sculpture, and other crafts that can be share by the 2 masters.
-Others – you may propose other spaces that are not considered in the presente brief.
-Areas: undefined
-The panel must have a descriptive text of the proposal (English), concept, idea, etc.
-Scale: Appropriate to the submitted elements.

bauhouse Competition Winners

bauhouse Winning Designs

1st place – ID000670 – Team: Sonya Falkovskaia; City: London; Country: United Kingdom

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“The winning project proposes alternative uses to live, re-arrange, play with the layout and create different re-sizeable rooms by responding also 21st Century needs – The winning project proposes alternative uses to live, re-arrange, play with the layout and create different re-sizeable rooms by responding also 3D level”
Berrin Chatzi Chousein, arq.

“This entry succeeds in not only presenting a sophisticated design but also backs it up with logic and super visual presentation. The authors describe a desire to build on the thinking behind the original Masters’ house: “New progressions in building technology since 1925 allow for the Bauhaus ideals to be pushed to their limits – openness, composition, form, function”. I had the fortune to visit Dessau as an architecture student and feel this entry completely gets the Bauhaus style and thinking.”
Adrian Welch, arq.

“Very strong conceptual project. The project has a deep understanding for what the Bauhaus era was about, and sees possibilities on how to develop it even further, recognizing the technological innovation through the last 100 years.”
Kyrre Sundal, arq.

“This entry brings a strong and conceptual approach and manages to manifest it effortlessly in the tectonics of the house, generating a new and interesting look. The functionality of the house also connects beautifully and credibly to the concept, making for a very consistent project.”
Gaute Grønmo, arq.

“The Proposal achieves a very provocative formal result. It uses the inversion of the solid and transparente surfaces at the Gropius semi detached houses, as the main premise.
Although the usefulness of the spaces after such inversion is questionable, the goal of increasing the communication between the Masters and their environment is reached.
The image of the solid volumes floating on a light cristal athmosphere is very potent. The sobriety of the rendering and schemes works well with the overall concept.”
Nicolas Rudolph, arq.

2nd place – ID000650 – Team: Lukas Kirstukas, Lukas Ciapas; City: Newcastle; Country: United Kingdom

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“The winning project proposes alternative uses to live, re-arrange, play with the layout and create different re-sizeable rooms by responding also 21st Century needs – by also incorporating the elements of bauHouse. The project is also very successful in aesthetical manner because the modulations within the transparency create different depth, plasticity and façade in both plan view and 3D level.”
Berrin Chatzin Chousein, arq.

“Another high quality presentation with a lot of design work. The authors explain their proposal by stating that the Bauhaus searched for modular means to create aesthetics. I would posit that the modularity was normally contained within a whole, for example the balconies or fenestration within the main Dessau block, rather than expressed as a kit of parts like here. I have reservations about the appropriateness of the space station format for this German site but overall some good design work here.”
Adrian Welch, arq.

“The project has a strong environmental concept. And it’s interesting how they manage to find inspiration from the space station, and how a building can be self-sufficient.”
Kerry Sundal, arq.

“This ruthlessly un-aesthetical entry applies technology, societal concerns and an industrial approach, and gains a product that is distinguishably architectural in form and true BauHaus in spirit.” Gaute Grønmo,arq.
“60´s sci-fi is back! Proposal that shows, with an interesting graphic language, a building, that dialogues between a sustainable and a post apocalyptic future.
Its resemblance to a space station makes us think about the (not so far) dreams of the Great Masters of our times, as the SpaceX mission to Mars, by Elon Musk.
The formal resolution seems a bit exaggerated for today´s world, but it may be appropriate as a home for the new Masters, that might carry the human civilization outside Earth, in the upcoming decades.”
Nicolas Rudolph, arq.

3rd place – ID000390 – Team: Dragos, Ghioca, Loana Stoide, Mara Catargiu; City: Bucharest; Country: Romania

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“The project can be arranged in multiple dimensions and plans while it is not giving any clue about its own architecture and identity. The search for alternative uses refers to a wider scale that can be applied in urban scale but it is not possible to understand any character of space showing that in what kind of a space will the masters be painting /doing an art and how do all common spaces generate different spatial complexity or pureness? What is architectural language of these spaces? But the proposal is very successful in term of creating multiple typologies to live and work.”
Berrin Chatzin Chousein, arq.

“This is a clever design. The entrants advise the proposal comes as a “project rooted in the principles of the Bauhaus school, mainly in our case the mechanization and complete efficiency of the space, as well as its adequacy to the inhabitant’s desires”. The design has a delicious set of variables which allow exciting physical options within what is already an innovative series of rectilinear spaces. I felt the presentation could have been bolder but both the design and the thinking were excellent here.”
Adrian Welch, arq.

“The project shows a great understanding on how to make super flexible spaces with simple and effective solutions.”
Kerry Sundal, arq.

“This quite poetic and playful expression of a flexible living machine arrives at a very credible structure, which also seems to have a great aesthetic potential and is very much in step with the BauHaus ideal.”
Gaute Grønmo, arq.

“Proposal that reinterprets the concept of the Master´s houses, using a contemporary variated-stacking vision.
In a way, it makes us think of a little New Babylon, in which the new man, the Homo-Ludens, that freed himself from the working tasks, generates his own space, based on his new needs to enjoy, relax, and create. We can observe references to the 1957´s Constant´s Utopia, on the Variable platforms and retractable ladders.
The ground floor mobile-panels solution, is not as strong as the rest of the proposal; however, it seems as an interesting way to vary the permeability of this space, shared by both Master-Ludens. Interesting axonometric expression of the possible variations.”
Nicolas Rudolph, arq.

Honorable Mentions

ID000230 – Team: Piyanat Songkhroh, Apisara Lertrattanakit; City: Pathum Thani; Country: Thailand
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ID000120 – Team: Sofie-Marie Trebschuh, Christof trebschuh, Matthuas Kloth, jens Rauhut; City: Cottbus; Country: Germany
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ID000910 – Team: Mauricio Calvo Arancibia, Roberto Ariel Vera Delgado, Fernando Sunagua Sardinas, Juan Carlos Arancibia Valverde; City: Sucre; Country: Bolivia
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ID000750 – Team: Lulia Llie, Adria Viezan; City: Bucharest; Country: Romania
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ID000720 – Team: Matyas Kutas, Zsolt Csík, Levente Kovácsik; City: Traunstein; Country: Germany
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ID0001200 – Team: Yue Zhang, Jinli Hao; City: Shenyang; Country: China
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ID000350 – Team: Loic Cao, Paulina Frankowska; City: Munich; Country: Germany
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10 Apr 2017

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24H Competition 17th edition News

Ideasforward wants to give young creative people from around the world the opportunity to express their views on the future of societies through their innovative and visionary proposals. We are an experimental platform seeking progressive ideas that reflect on emerging themes.

The eco design, sustainable architecture, new materials, concepts and technologies are compelling issues in the societies of the future and the involvement of the whole community is imperative.

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In an era of globalization where communication was dominated by the technological revolution, there is the need to rethink the cities and how Man relates in a global World as well as rethink the economic, social and cultural patterns of contemporary societies. The young creatives and thinkers are a precious commodity that we value a lot and so we want to give them a voice.

AIM OF THE COMPETITION – 24H

A space where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity. This competition proposes give responses in 24H to the social problems, future visions, climate changes, humanitarian causes and sociologic problems of the contemporary societies. Commitment, perseverance, inspiration and hard work are the necessary bases to develop a proposal that meets the premises that will be released regularly in the brief of the competition. We challenge you to prove your talent in 24 hours! There are a period of registration on the competition, when it end, started the 24H competition! You have 24H to develop a proposal that responds to the program contained on a brief that you only know on the same day that start competition. Take the risk!

FRAMEWORK
bauHause Change is a consequence of the growth and realization of the human being, as a thinking being and element of a social organization of which he is a part. Here, art is a open door to the manifestations and desires of this same society, and questioning whether new paths and answers are found. Art does not ask, art responds. Put in question, to become a consequence and, brick to brick, solid walls grow from an ever closer future, where we will all live and from it we will make our house …

beginning of the registration period: April 10th Promotional registration period from April 10th to April 14th at 23:59 – Fee € 10 Regular registration period from April 15th to May 17th at 23:59 – Fee € 20 Late period of registration from May 18th to May 27th at 11:59 – Fee € 25

Publication of winners and honorable mentions at www.if-ideasforward.com on June 27th

the competition date //May 27th to May 28th //

The competition begins at May 27th 12:00 noon and ends at May 28th 12:00 noon (London GMT + 0:00)

AWARDS
1st Place – € 500 + publication in website, social networks and media partners + 24H trophy + 5 sketchbooks Emílio Braga + 24H registration fee + Kaiser Original Idell 6556 Super by IndustrialSun.com

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
This is a competition in 24 hours so you only have access to the brief on the contest day Download on May 27 12:00pm (noon) (London GMT+0:00) but do not forget that you always have to register before May 27 at 11:49 am (London GMT + 0:00)

CONDITIONS FOR PARTICIPATING
Participation can be individual or as a group. Participants must be over 18 years old. In the case of groups, the leader must be over 18 years old. By participating in an ideasforward contest the participant accepts all the terms and conditions published on our website that define the rules for use of the company website, as well as the rules of participation therein.

bauhouse 24H Competition information from 24H

14 Jun 2017

marix – 24H Competition News

24H Competition matrix

24h competition 18th edition

We live in an Age when everything changes in the blink of an eye.
Our conception of reality has ceased to be a physical reality to become a possible unreality.
Things may not be and be and Man reinvents himself as BEING.

24h-competition matrix contest 2017 | www.e-architect.co.uk

The virtual ceases to be a virtuosity of the past towards the future, and begins to be a tool of the new realities in which we live. The dimensions are now different, inserted in the new world with new realities that may come to be, exist, almost complete, but totally virtual.

“Have you ever had a dream, Neo, in which you were so sure it was real?
What if you were unable to wake up from this dream?
How would you know the difference between the dream world and the real world? ”
Morpheus

24 days for the competition!!

July 8th to July 9th

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

8 May 2017

raWar – 24H Competition

24H Competition raWar News

24H Competition 16th edition

24H Competition 16th edition

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24H COMPETITION 2015
Moon Architecture Competition

Bauhaus, Dessau

Address: Bauhaus Dessau, Gropiusallee 38, 06846 Dessau, Germany
Phone: +49 340 6508250

Architect: Walter Gropius




Bauhaus Buildings

Bauhaus Architecture – selection on e-architect

Villa Harnischmacher II, Germany
Villa Harnischmacher ii
image courtesy of architects
Bauhaus Masterhouses Dessau – 20 Feb 2017
An iconic Bauhaus villa in Wiesbaden’s city centre by architect Marcel Breuer in 1954.

Haus am Horn – The World’s First Bauhaus Building
Design: Georg Muche & Bauhaus students
Bauhaus Masterhouses Dessau – 8 Aug 2016

Bauhaus Archiv Berlin Museum of Design, Germany
Bauhaus Archiv Berlin Museum of Design
photo © Adrian Welch

Bauhaus School Building in Dessau
Bauhaus Building, Walter Gropius, 1925-26, Dessau, Germany:
Bauhaus Building Dessau
image © Gordon Watkinson

Walter Gropius Architect
Bauhaus Building Dessau
picture © Gordon Watkinson

Gropius in Chicago Coalition Protest, USA – Michael Reese Hospital Laundry building:
Michael Reese Hospital  Building by Walter Gropius in Chicago
photograph © Grahm M. Balkany / Gropius in Chicago Coalition

Bauhaus Museum Dessau Competition, Germany
Bauhaus Building
image from Bauhaus Building Competition organisers

Bauhaus in America Exhibition and Conference
Hazel Larsen Archer, Buckminster Fuller’s 1949 Dome at Black Mountain College, Summer 1949, gelatin silver prints, 13.75 x 21 inches (overall), 3.875 x 3.875 inches (ea):
Buckminster Fuller Dome at Black Mountain College
photograph © Estate of Hazel Larsen Archer

Bauhaus Masterhouses Dessau, Germany
Bauhaus Building Dessau
image from architects

31 Jan 2018
The Bauhaus Promenade Museum, Dessau, Germany
The Bauhaus Promenade Museum in Dessau
image from architecture office
The Bauhaus Promenade Museum




24H COMPETITION 2nd edition

24H COMPETITION 2nd edition Winners

1st place:
1 - ID0001000
ID0001000 – Team: Filip Radu, Alexandru Arama, Razvan Alexandru Paunescu, Petru Alexandru Truica, Emanuel Budaies
City – Bucharest
Country – Romania

2nd place:
2 - ID000760
ID000760 – Team: Inês Afonso, Gonçalo Santos, João Manso, José Moniz, Renato Franco
City – Lisboa
Country – Portugal

3rd place:
3 - ID000240
ID000240 – Team: Sebastiano Caruso, Gabriele Convertino
City – Avola
Country – Italy

Architecture Competitions

Ocean Platform Prison Competition – [AC-CA] Architecture Contest
Ocean Platform Prison Architecture
picture from design competition organisers
Ocean Platform Prison Architecture Competition

Russian Architecture Competition, Russia
Russian Architecture Competition
image from competition organisers
Nikola-Lenivets Architecture Competition

Triumph Pavilion Architecture Competition, London, UK
Triumph Pavilion Architecture Competition
image from competition organisers
Triumph Pavilion Architecture Competitions

Cambridgeshire Design Competition, UK
Cambridgeshire Design Competition
photo from RIBA Competitions
Great Fen Visitor Centre Architecture Competition

Weimar Classics Foundation

American Architecture

American Architects

American Buildings

Bauhaus Museum

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