Triumph Pavilion 2016 Competition London

Triumph Pavilion 2016, Bethnal Green Design Competition, London Architecture, Architect

Triumph Pavilion 2016

Summer Showcase London, England – UK Design Competition

18 Jun 2015

Triumph Pavilion 2015 Competition

Triumph Pavilion 2015: Summer Showcase Build Project

Triumph Pavilion 2015

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Triumph Pavilion 2016 Competition

Triumph Pavilion 2016: Summer Showcase Build Project

Triumph Pavilion – LONDON (Summer 2016 Build Project)

Published by: ArchTriumph

Competition Information:
Category: Triumph Pavilion
Fee Classification: Standard Registration
Registration Fee: $250.00 USD
Competition Opened: Monday, April 13, 2015
Competition Closes: Tuesday, September 29, 2015

PROJECT: Triumph Pavilion (Showcase Project)

LOCATION: Museum Gardens, Cambridge Heath Road, London, E2 9PA, England, United Kingdom next to the V&A Museum of Childhood.

PROJECT SPONSOR: ArchTriumph

THE PROPOSAL: The brief is to design a temporary, freestanding, transportable and contemporary showcase Pavilion to be installed in the Museum Gardens. The theme for the 2016 Triumph Pavilion is “Energy”, hence the Pavilion will be entitled “Energy Pavilion”. It is a theme that invites participants to create a unique space representing the author’s visual interpretation of energy through the form, thoughts, imagery or sensations generated by the Pavilion.

The Pavilion should provide a unique and inspirational space where visiting architects, designers, families or general public can stand, seat around to admire, share discussions about design or simply relax in the unique setting of the Gardens.

The architect or design team to be granted the honour of designing the 2016 Triumph Pavilion will be selected through a deliberation process by an internal selection panel. The winning design proposal will be one that is perceived to most satisfy the brief and is befitting of the Museum Gardens. The Pavilion design should also be inclusive, highlight and encourage the need for ecological and sustainable design principles where possible.Pavilion should not exceed 4 meters in height and 80 square meters in area.

BUILD / FABRICATION COMMENCING: 01st February 2016

CONSTRUCTION / FABRICATION COMPLETION: Completed and in place by 02nd June 2016

REALISATION: The winning project team may be assigned to or have to collaborate with an architectural office to further develop the construction drawings and prepare it for construction where the team lacks the experience. The Pavilion will be built / fabricated offsite and only assembled or placed in position in the Museum Gardens in accordance to the project schedule.

REGISTRATION: One Registration per Project Proposal and can be made using the online form provided on the ArchTriumph website. Each proposal is assigned a Unique Registration Number (URN). Participants or teams can register to submit more than one design proposal.

FEES: Every entrant shall be required to pay an entry fee as follows:
o Special Registration: $120 US from 13th April 00:00 (GMT) to 28th April 2015 23:59 (GMT)
o Early Registration: $200 US from 29th April 00:00 (GMT) to 22nd May 2015 23:59 (GMT)
o Standard Registration: $250 US from 23rd May 00:00 (GMT) to 30th July 2015 23:59 (GMT)
o Late Registration:$350 US from 31st July 00:00 (GMT) to 29th September 2015 23:59 (GMT)

Note: Fees are not refundable under any circumstance as stated in the terms and conditions.
All deadlines are 23:59 Hours (GMT)

METHOD OF PAYMENT: Applications to register and qualification for the various levels of Competition registration fees must arrive no later than 23.59 hours (GMT) on the date specified in the Timetable. Registration payments can be made to ArchTriumph by the following methods:
VISA Debit/Credit Card, Master Card, Maestro Card,Solo Switch Card, Electron Card, PayPal Account

ELIGIBILITY: Architects, Architecture graduates, Architecture students, Team of architects, Interdisciplinary teams (engineers, designers, urbanist, artist, landscape architects in-conjunction with an architect).

Submissions can be the work of an individual, practice or a group up to 4 members.
Registration and participation in the competition implies an immediate acceptance by entrants of all terms & conditions governing the site and competition.

RESTRICTION:Participants must be aged between 18 or over on date of registration for this competition.

SUMBMISSION DEADLINE: 29th September 2015 Closing Date for Proposal Submission.

PRIZES/ AWARDS: Winning proposal will receive the Honour of designing the ArchTriumph Showcase Triumph Pavilion with details of awards as follows:

1st Prize
o US$ 12,000 (Twelve Thousand US Dollars) budget towards the design and construction of the ArchTriumph Summer Showcase Triumph Pavilion 2016 to be installed in the Museum Gardens, Bethnal Green in London.
o Publication on Archtriumph website
o Publication in architecture magazines, ArchTriumph book series, various architecture websites and blogs
o Exhibited at the opening event for the Pavilion
o Exhibited during the month of the London Festival of Architecture

2nd, 3rd Places
o Publication on ArchTriumph website
o Publication in architecture magazines, ArchTriumph book series, various architecture websites and blogs
o Exhibited at the opening event for the Pavilion

Also published on our website, social media platforms, blogs and exhibited in any opening event will be:
10 Triumphant Mentions.

DOWNLOADING BRIEF, MAP, CAD PLAN AND SITE PHOTOGRAPHS:
To download accompanying full brief, site map, CAD plan and Photographs for this unique competition, logon to your user account area and then click on the ‘Download Full Brief’ link at the top of this competition summary page.

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Triumph Pavilion Competition 2014

2 Jul 2013

Triumph Pavilion 2014 Competition

PROJECT:
Triumph Pavilion 2014: “Dream Pavilion” – LONDON (Summer Showcase Build Project)

Triumph Pavilion 2014 London
image : ArchTriumph

LOCATION:
Museum Gardens, Cambridge Heath Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9PA, England, United Kingdom.

PROJECT SPONSOR:
ArchTriumph

BUDGET:
$10,000 USD (or GBP equivalent).

THE PROPOSAL:
The brief is to design a temporary, freestanding, transportable and contemporary showcase Pavilion to be installed in the Museum Gardens during the summer of 2014.

The theme for this year’s Triumph Pavilion is “Dream”, hence the Pavilion will be entitled “Dream Pavilion”. It is a theme that invites participants and visitors to dream about a unique space, creating a place, achieving an ambition or simply being inspired by a series of thoughts, images and sensations.

The Pavilion design should also encourage and highlight the need for ecological and sustainable design principles where possible.

The proposed design should not exceed 4 meters in height and 60 Square meters in area.

Triumph Pavilion 2014 Architecture Competition – information received Nov 2012


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