Architectural competition for European Film Center CAMERIMAGE building in Poland

Architectural competition for European Film Center CAMERIMAGE building in Poland 

The construction of the ECFC seat, scheduled for 2021-2025, is the second largest – after the Polish History Museum – construction investment project in the field of culture in Poland. The cost of construction is PLN 600 million, of which PLN 400 million is to come from central government funds provided for in the Long-term Development Program, and PLN 200 million from the budget of the City of Toruń.

The competition organizer – the European Film Center CAMERIMAGE – is a state cultural institution established at the beginning of 2020 on the basis of an agreement signed on September 29, 2019 by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the City of Toruń and the Tumult Foundation for the joint creation and co-management of this institution. The institution’s goal is to build a permanent seat for the EnergaCAMERIMAGE International Film Festival in Toruń. In addition to this investment project, ECFC is to conduct substantive activities as part of the annual co-organization of the festival, as well as other exhibition, cultural, educational and scientific projects in the field of Polish and world audiovisual culture. The organizers of the festival hope that the construction of its permanent seat will fill the gap that exists in the Polish cultural infrastructure and will allow it to fully spread the wings of this largest international film event in Poland. It will also provide venues for projects organized by various institutions that will find here the best logistic facilities and conditions for the implementation of events suited for their target groups, residents of the country and the region.

ECFC has very ambitious plans to build a year-round program, which will be prepared based on cooperation with, among others, guests of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE festival (only in 2019 and 2020 the Toruń editions of the event were attended by: Quentin Tarantino, Robert Richardson, Richard Gere, Josh Hartnett, Danny DeVito, Edward Norton, Viggo Mortensen, Agnieszka Holland, Joshua James Richards, Philippe Rousselot, Vittorio Storaro, James Deakins, Małgorzata Szumowska, Chris Doyle, Ed Lachman, Rodrigo Prieto and Lawrence Sher). ECFC partners invited to cooperate on the project will include the European and American Film and film associations from Poland and abroad, archives and cultural centers, as well as galleries from around the world. In addition, the spaces of the ECFC will be available for commercial rental for the organization of large events in various fields of art, science and business, e.g. conventions and symposia for several thousand people. They will complement the logistic and organizational offer for those events and institutions that will be able to host or carry out their events in Toruń. The joint synergistic effect of the European Film Center CAMERIMAGE, the Center of Contemporary Art and the Jordanki Cultural and Congress Center located next to each other will bring the city and its residents a new quality of cultural, educational and entertainment activities throughout the year.

The subject of the competition announced on the last day of February is the architectural concept of the ECFC seat in Toruń along with the development of the area. The organizers expect designers to present a modern, extraordinary object, fully reflecting in its architectural expression the unfettered imagination of the authors, just as the art of film can be unpredictable and authentic. The building and its development should meet the expectations of users with a highly developed sense of aesthetics. Marek Żydowicz, director of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE festival, at the closing gala of the 27th edition of this event in Toruń in 2019, said about the planned investment: “I cannot imagine that the building of the European Film Center CAMERIMAGE is not a masterpiece of architecture. I say this with full responsibility. It is not meant to be a piece of architecture, but a masterpiece.

The organizers hope that the largest architectural studios in the world will take part in this design competition, drawn by the attractiveness of the design scope, the award and the investment value. A post-competition exhibition of submitted works is also planned to present architects’ ideas to a wide audience.

The new ECFC seat will be located in the immediate vicinity of Toruń’s Old Town, which is on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Therefore, the architecture of the ECFC building on the one hand should be innovative and original in form, and on the other hand, it must take into account all historical aspects of Toruń’s attractive Old Town. The presence of the ECFC seat should also complement and creatively develop the existing structure of this part of the city.

In the assumptions of the organizers of the competition, the ECFC building and its arrangement should have the following main functional and program zones: representative main hall with an auditorium, representative foyer, reception and cash desk rooms, exhibition and market space, exhibition rooms dedicated to the broadly understood film art, cinema and multimedia rooms, educational spaces, a film production and post-production studio with back-up facilities, underground car park and a representative square in front of the facility.

The competition is conducted in a limited, two-phase competition procedure and is addressed to the international community of architects. Its results are planned to be announced at the end of July 2021. The submitted works will be assessed by a competition jury composed of representatives of the Association of Polish Architects, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, the Municipality of Toruń, the Marshal’s Office of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship and the Tumult Foundation, the organizer of the EnergaCAMERIMAGE festival. The chairman of the jury is Bolesław Stelmach, PhD, an outstanding Polish architect, director of the National Institute of Architecture and Urban Planning, winner of the 2010 Honorary Award of the Association of Polish Architects. The exact schedule of the competition, its regulations and other documents needed to participate can be found on the competition’s website: competition.ecfcamerimage.pl

The jury will evaluate the submitted works according to equivalent criteria, such as, among others, the attractiveness of the proposed architectural solutions, functional and utility efficiency and the quality of the proposed rooms in the ECFC building in terms of their functionality and architectural expression.

 

CALENDAR

The Competition shall be conducted according to the limited and two-phase procedure.

  • Phase I of the Competition
  • Qualification
  1. All entities interested in participating in the Competition shall submit applications for admission to participate in the competition in accordance with the provisions of Section III of the Regulations within the deadline set out in the Competition Schedule.

  2. The Organizer shall only admit Competition Participants fulfilling objective requirements specified by the Organizer in Section III of the Regulations to participate in the Competition and to submit pertinent Studies.

  • Study Phase
  1. Studies shall be submitted by Competition Participants invited to submit pertinent Studies pursuant to applications for admission, within a deadline set out in the Competition Schedule. The material scope, the form of the study and the method of presenting the Studies are specified in Section IV of the Regulations.

  2. Assessment of anonymized Studies by the Competition Jury in accordance with criteria set out in Section V of the Regulations and selection of five (5) best studies fulfilling the requirements of the Regulations, to be qualified to Phase II of the Competition.

  3. Invitation of Competition Participants whose Studies were qualified to Phase II of the Competition to submit their Competition Designs.

  • Phase II of the Competition
  1. Competition Designs submitted by Competition Participants whose Studies were qualified to Phase II of the Competition within a deadline set out in the Competition Schedule. The material scope, the form of the study and the method of presenting the Competition Designs are specified in Section VI of the Regulations.

  2. Evaluation of anonymized Competition Designs by the Competition Jury according to criteria laid down in Section VII of the Regulations and selection of the best Competition Design (1st Prize) and award of the remaining Prizes according to the provisions of Section VIII of the Regulations.

  3. Approval of the competition settlement by the Principal’s Manager and official announcement of Competition results.

  4. Competition results becoming legal and binding.

 

PRIZE

The Organizer shall award the following Prizes:

  1. Cash prizes

1st PRIZE

– cash prize in the sum of PLN 1 500 000 gross (approx. €325,000)

2nd PRIZE

– cash prize in the sum of PLN 300 000 gross (approx. €65,000)

3rd PRIZE

– cash prize in the sum of PLN 200 000 gross (approx. €43,500)

  1. A prize consisting in an invitation to single-source contract negotiations for the performance of service pursuant to the selected competition design, awarded to the Competition Participant whose design received the highest number of points (1st cash prize).

  2. Two cash prizes in the form of honorable mentions, PLN 100 000 each, for each distinguished Competition Design

 

ORGANISERS

The European Film Center CAMERIMAGE
Rynek Nowomiejski 28
87-100 Toruń

 

MORE INFORMATION

Competition website

Open call: international architectural competition for Vilnius Railway Station territory

Open international architectural competition for reconstruction of Railway Station,
Central Station Square and Public transport terminal in Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius city municipality, together with Lithuanian Railways (LTG), have just announced an open international architectural competition for reconstruction of Railway Station, Central Station Square and Public transport terminal in Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania.

Competition of such complexity, with the largest public transport centre in Lithuania to be restructured, has been announced for the first time ever. The competition task involves designing Vilnius railway station complex, central station square and public transport terminal.

The competition was announced on 3rd of March 2021, its terms and documents were published in the Central Public Procurement Information System (CVP IS) and the Vilnius Connect project website.

The participants will have to create an iconic and globally recognizable international railway station project, offer a public transport service infrastructure that would represent Lithuania and Vilnius in compliance with the highest quality standards, form an attractive station square, and offer an idea for a viable and connecting Station district urban centre.

The entries will be evaluated by an international jury, prevailed by professional architects and urban planners.

Our goal is that any person who arrives by train or bus to the city immediately sees that it is a vibrant city of the future, and when they step into the station square or street, they will feel that the city is cozy, green, and inspiring.

Projects for the reconstruction of stations in the world’s capital cities usually take place only once in a century, so this is a historic opportunity to define a vision for future generations. The partnership between the City and the businesses for regeneration of the station district reflects our determination to open up previously closed industrial spaces for the city and to adapt them for the people. Here we want to create such spaces that correspond to the best examples of Western European railway stations, and the station would not only be a start or the end point of travel, but also a new attraction centre with leisure and service spaces, comfortable connections for pedestrians, cyclists, and everyone choosing comfortable and eco-friendly trips by train.

 

CALENDAR

Registrationuntil Registration 31st of May, 2021
Questions and answersuntil 24th of May, 2021
Submission deadline31st of May, 2021
Jury session7-11th of June 2021
Announcement of the June-July of 2021 resultsJune-July of 2021

 

PRIZE

The prizes will be awarded as follows:

  • 1st Prize: €50,000
  • 2nd Prize: €30,000
  • 3rd Prize: €20,000
  • 4th Prize: €10,000
  • 5th Prize: €10,000

 

ORGANISERS

The international competition is initiated by LTG, which manages the railway network in Lithuania, LTG Infra and Vilnius City Municipality. The competition procedure is being organized by the Lithuanian Association of Architects and the consulting company Civitta.

 

MORE INFORMATION

How to register to the Central Public Procurement Information System (CVP IS)

Registration to the competition, download of the Competition Brief

Competition website

Knowledge and Innovation Center in Tripoli, Lebanon

International Architectural Design Competition

The UIA is endorsing the International Architectural Design Competition for the Knowledge and Innovation Center in Tripoli, Lebanon. The competition is managed by the Lebanese Federation of Engineers and Architects on behalf of the Tripoli Special Economic Zone and the Government of the Republic of Lebanon.

The proposed construction site is located within the Rachid Karami International Fair, designed by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in the 1960s. The Knowledge and Innovation Centre will be a business and technology park that accommodates and fosters the growth of entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs in the city of Tripoli and the surrounding region.

Its goal is to become an inclusive collaborative platform attracting companies from a wide variety of sectors.

Competition participants will be required to provide an urban and architectural concept for the Knowledge and Innovation Center that preserves and integrates the existing modern heritage buildings.

PRIZE

The prizes will be awarded as follows:

  • 1st Prize: 60,000 USD
  • 2nd Prize: 30,000 USD
  • 3rd Prize: 15,000 USD

Additionally, honourable mentions could be conferred on works of exceptional merit in a specific area of innovation or creativity.

JURY

  1. Raya Al Hassan, Minister of Interior, Former Chairperson TSEZ, Lebanon
  2. Jad Tabet, Head, Lebanese Federation of Engineers and Architects, Beirut, Lebanon
  3. Bassam Ziadeh, Head, Order of Engineers and Architect, Tripoli, Lebanon
  4. George Kunihiro, Architect, T-Life Environmental Lab, Past President ARCASIA, Japan (UIA representative)
  5. Antonio Raffaele Riverso, Former UIA Region I Vice President, Italy (UMAR Representative)
  6. Francesco Bandarin, Former Director of World Heritage Centre and Former Assistant Director General for Culture at UNESCO, Italy
  7. Ana Tostoes, Chair, Docomomo International, Portugal
  8. Fares Dahdah, Director of the Humanities Research Center at Rice University, member of Fundação Oscar Niemeyer Board, USA
  9. Suha Ozkan, Former Secretary General of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture, Turkey

Alternate jurors

  1. Amale Andraos, Dean, Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, USA, and advisor to the Chairperson
  2. Gustavo Utrabo, Architect, Aleph Zero, Brazil

TIMETABLE

  • 18 February 2019: Competition Launch
  • 18 March 2019: Registration Deadline
  • 15 April 2019: Deadline for Questions
  • 18 April 2019: Deadline for Answers
  • 17 June 2019: Final Submission Deadline
  • 27-28 June 2019: Jury Deliberation
  • 28 June 2019: Announcement of Winners
  • 5 July 2019: Awards Ceremony
  • 5 – 7 July 2019: Exhibition

CONTACT

For more information, visit the competition website

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Call for Projects in Conflict Zone or Post-Conflict Situations

The International alliance for the protection of heritage in conflict areas (ALIPH) has a mandate to offer concrete support for the protection and reconstruction of cultural heritage in conflict zones or post-conflict situations.

ALIPH aims to financially support associations, foundations, cultural and heritage institutions, and international organisations working to preserve cultural heritage in the face of imminent conflict, or to intervene to rehabilitate it. ALIPH has set the objective of becoming a central actor in the protection of cultural heritage around the world within a three-year timeframe.

The organisation is already committed to the ambitious project of supporting the rehabilitation of the Mosul Museum in Iraq; restoring the Tomb of Askia in Gao, Mali; and rehabilitating the Mar Behnam Monastery in Northern Iraq.

ALIPH is now launching a worldwide call via its new website that will enable it to support prevention, protection and restoration projects on every scale, from the smallest local initiatives to ambitious long-term projects. ALIPH also aims to supply immediate aid wherever this is most urgently needed. Project proposals can be submitted up until 15 March 2019 on the ALIPH website : https://www.aliph-foundation.org/

“Too many places in the world know the suffering and destruction of armed conflict. Among the terrible casualties are the built embodiments of cultural heritage — the physical environments that define culture, creating and sustaining memories of place. Architects can help to protect cultural heritage in conflict zones, and to rebuild it when fighting subsides.  The UIA associates itself fully with the aims of the International Alliance for the Protection of Heritage in Conflict Areas (ALIPH), and joins with the French National Council of the Order of Architects (CNOA) to promulgate this important worldwide call for projects.”

Thomas Vonier, UIA President

 

International Architectural Competition “SCIENCE CENTRE”

The Ministry of Education, Science and Sport (Slovenia, EU), in cooperation with the Chamber of Architecture and Spatial Planning of Slovenia (ZAPS), has announced an international architectural competition for the “SCIENCE CENTRE”.

The central subject of the competition is the architectural design of the “Science Centre” building, the urban design of placement of the “Science Centre” building within the competition area, the survey solution for the entire OPPN 81 area and further in the process the acquirement of the designer of the project documentation for the “Science Centre”. The programme of the “Science Centre” will put the building at the crossroads of science, technology and culture by closely intertwining with economy, research activity and education. The “Science Centre” shall represent the interdisciplinary demonstration object and enable a test and presentation of new technological solutions or innovations, it shall be technologically advanced and innovative, a building, which will enable the placement of the latest technology and systems after the construction as well, and it shall be designed as an evolving building throughout a longer period of its life cycle.

 

rise in the city: call for architecture mentors

rise in the city is a unique international architecture competition for students and recent graduates worldwide. The challenge is to design affordable and sustainable housing solutions for Africa’s growing population.

We invite all innovative problem solvers in the built environment to design a low-income housing prototype in an effort to curb Lesotho’s housing problem in an environment challenged by:  increased urban migration, climate change and scarcity of resources.

How it works

Lesotho is a lower middle income country completely surrounded by South Africa. For this competition, its capital city, Maseru is being split into 100 virtual blocks. Virtual residency is being offered for 3 entities per block:

Phase One
100 Leading architecture and design firms are invited to take up virtual residence of one of the blocks for free.

In return, they mentor and critique the student competition entry who will also take up virtual residency of the same block. AND offer an architectural experience to the sponsor of their block.  This architectural experience can be a networking lunch with the senior design team or a tour of a building they have designed if one is located close to their office.

Phase Two
100 companies
 keen to gain a one-on-one networking opportunity, choose a Maseru block to sponsor for only $1,200 and get to enjoy the experience with the resident architecture firm in their block.

Phase Three
100 students and recent architecture graduates
 are invited to enter the architecture competition and design an affordable  residential house for low income families in an urban setting for Maseru.

A high profile jury will shortlist the best 10 entries that will be exhibited at various events internationally. There will be one International winner and one winner from Lesotho who will be announced at the end of January 2019.

100% of proceeds goes directly towards the project – a design & build training program for Lesotho unemployed youth who are constructing a residential center and entrepreneurship hub for vulnerable adolescents. If enough additional funding is raised from the competition, we will then build the prototype, in collaboration with the Ministry of Local Government, so that people in Lesotho can see the design, get inspired and adapt to build houses that are equally as sustainable and made from locally sourced materials.

By getting involved with rise in the city, either by mentoring a student competition entry, sponsoring one of the city blocks or entering the competition, you will help give the people of Lesotho the opportunity to better their lives for themselves.

Centre for Literature and Language – Planet Lem Design Competition

The Krakow Festival Office, with the participation of the Association of Polish Architects, Krakow Branch, would like to announce an international two-stage architectural and urban development competition aimed at creating a multifunctional literary centre under the name of “Centrum Literatury i Języka – Planeta Lem” (Centre for Literature and Language – Planet Lem) in the former Salt Warehouse at Na Zjeździe 8 Street in Krakow. The competition was assigned SARP number 983.

 

The patron of the Centre for Literature and Language in Krakow will be Stanisław Lem – an outstanding Polish writer, philosopher and futurologist, the most popular Polish author in history, who was connected with Krakow throughout his life. An interactive exhibition inspired by Lem’s thought heritage will be a central element of the building. Apart from the exhibition, “Centre for Literature and Language – Planet Lem” will also house a modern multifunctional hall for hosting literary events in Krakow, a space for exhibitions devoted to literature and language, a publicly accessible media library, a multimedia studio, a café and a bookshop, as well as office spaces. The venue will be the operating centre for the Krakow – UNESCO City of Literature programme.

 

The goal of the Competition is the best possible architectural and urban planning solution for the “Centre for Literature and Language – Planet Lem”. It is assumed that the concept chosen by the Competition Jury will take into account the special nature of the project. Connect the applied solutions with distant and close (spatial, architectural and cultural) contexts of Małopolska and Krakow – the city of culture, science and art – is essential. The Krakow Festival Office expects a modern architectural form characterised by the highest quality, which may become the showpiece of the city and region built in the specified location. The aim of the Competition is to select a concept for the preparation of complete design documentation enabling the implementation of the investment.

 

The competition is conducted in Polish.

 

Competition Jury:

  1. Architect Piotr Lewicki, KSK SARP Krakow Branch, Chairman of the Jury
  2. Architect Marcin Brataniec, KSK SARP Krakow Branch, Reporting Judge
  3. Architect Zbigniew Maćków, KSK SARP Krakow Branch, Competition Judge
  4. Architect Alberto Veiga, Spain, Foreign Competition Judge

Members:

  1. Architect Grzegorz Lechowicz, Małopolska Regional Chamber of Architects representative, Competition Judge,
  2. Wojciech Zemek, representative of Stanisław Lem’s heir, Competition Judge,
  3. Jacek Dukaj, author of the permanent exhibition concept, Competition Judge,
  4. Agata Kwaśnicka-Janowicz, representative of the Foundation for the Museum of Polish Language, Competition Judge,
  5. Grzegorz Grabowski, Deputy Operations Director, Krakow Festival Office, Competition Judge
  6. Andrzej Kulig, 3rd Deputy Mayor of the City of Krakow for Social Policy, Culture and City Promotion, Krakow Municipal Office, Competition Judge,
  7. (Architect Marcin Włodarczyk, KSK SARP Krakow, Deputy Competition Judge)

 

Secretariat of the Competition:

  1. Architect Marek Kaszyński, SARP Krakow, Organising Secretary of the Competition,
  2. Magdalena Szreniawa, KBF, Supporting Secretary of the Competition,
  3. (Architect Benita Strzałka, SARP Krakow, Deputy Organising Secretary of the Competition)

Schedule:
Announcement of the Competition – 6.09.2018.

Submission of requests for clarification of the Terms and Conditions – through 14.09.2018 at 4:00 p.m.

Publication of clarifications to the Terms and Conditions – by 21.09.2018

Submission of applications for admission to the Competition – 28.09.2018, 4:00 p.m

Sending notices to Participants on their admission to the Competition – by 5.10.2018.

Submission of requests for clarification of the Terms and Conditions – through 12.10.2018.

Publication of clarifications to the Terms and Conditions – by 19.10.2018.

Submission of studies (Phase 1) – by 30.11.2018, 4:00 p.m.

Conclusion of Phase 1 of the Competition – by 14.12.2018.

Submission of requests for clarification of the Terms and Conditions – through 4.01.2019.

Publication of clarifications to the Terms and Conditions – by 11.01.2019.

Submission of competition works (Phase 2) – by 1.03.2019, 4:00 p.m.

Decision, public announcement of the Competition results and opening of the post-competition exhibition – by 15.03.2019.

 

Prizes (gross amounts):

Prize pool– PLN 200,000
First prize – PLN 75,000
Prize for participants of phase 2- PLN 25,000

 

More information on the competition is available at: http://www.sarp.krakow.pl/konkursy,958,Konkurs_SARP_nr_983_Planeta_Lem_w_Krakowie.html

and  https://pl-pl.facebook.com/events/379029342634418/

Ideas Competition: Innovative reuse of St Martin’s church in Brighton

A competitive challenge seeking practical, exciting and commercially viable ideas for the innovative reuse of St Martin’s church in Brighton.

Colander Associates is delighted to announce this intriguing competition to find new uses for this beautiful Grade II* church.

Creative solutions are sought that will respect the integrity of this beautiful listed structure whilst at the same time adding new life and economic sustainability.

A first prize of £10,000 and two runners up of £6,000 will be awarded for the best solutions.

THE PROJECT

St Martin’s church is an extraordinary building and it warrants a second lease of life. Given its location, its scale and its volume, it also has huge potential for redevelopment.

This competition invites teams to think creatively about St Martin’s church and generate innovative but commercially sustainable new uses for this building, which is currently under used and in danger of falling into disrepair. Whilst this is not a live project the competition hopes to bring forward solutions that could be implemented in the future.

The client, The Diocese of Chichester, supported by A Better Brighton & Hove, is looking to design teams which can include investors, developers or end users, who can demonstrate a viable and practical scheme which is creative and will be the springboard to restoration of this building with huge potential.

We are looking for practical regeneration solutions for this magnificent building.

WHO CAN ENTER

Collaborations between Architects, Surveyors, Landscape Architects, Engineers, Developers, Entrepreneurs, Investors, End-Users and any other specialist with ideas to contribute are welcome.

Each team should include a registered architect supported by skills to demonstrate viability of ideas. There are no other restrictions on the composition of the team.

REGISTRATION

Teams intending to enter this competition are asked to register their intent by 17.00 hours on Wednesday 12 September.

For further information about the project, competitors should visit the St Martin’s Church competition pages at https://www.colander.co.uk/architectural-competitions/colander-competitions/st-martins-churchbrighton.

PROCESS

This competition seeks design ideas and will be held in two stages. At stage one competitors will be asked to submit 2 x A2 design boards along with brief explanatory text. Three teams will be shortlisted to stage 2 to develop their ideas further and to attend an interview with the Jury Panel.

The three shortlisted teams will each receive a monetary prize. The winning team will receive a prize of £10,000 and the two Runners-Up will receive £6,000 each.

PROGRAMME

Stage 1 submission deadline: Monday 17th September 2018 at 1300 hours.

FURTHER INFORMATION

This competition is being managed by Colander Associates and all enquiries should be addressed to stmartinschurch@colander.co.uk.

Construction of a Służewiec Campus Student Dormitory

  University of Warsaw in cooperation with the Main Board of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP) and the Warsaw Branch of the Association of Polish Architects (SARP), announces architectural and urban competition for the architectural concept design and development plan, under the name “Construction of a student house on the Służewiec Campus”, implemented under […]

3 invited participants for the Urban settlement of the Financial District and The Marina at Colombo Port City

CHEC Port City Colombo Limited, a subsidiary of China Harbour Engineering Company, has launched an invited, single stage ideas competition for the longterm development of an innovative urban settlement adjoining the Colombo Fort to the East and Colombo South International Container Harbour to the North. The competition was launched on 6 March 2017 with the support of the Sri Lanka Institute of Architects and the International Union of Architects. Finnish architect Trevor Harris will represent the UIA on the international jury.

The competition is a single-phase procedure with three invited participants, whose work will be evaluated anonymously according to the UNESCO Regulations for architecture competitions:

  • Gensler
  • Nikken Sekkei
  • Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM)

PRIZES

The winner of the competition will be awarded 150 000 USD in addition to the sum of 150 000 USD provided to all three participants over the course of the competition.

SCHEDULE

  • Issuance of Brief:  4 March 2017
  • Site visit by participants: 31 March 2017
  • Deadline Questions/Answers: 7 April 2017
  • Submission Deadline:  Before 3 pm, 15 May 2017
  • Jury meeting: 16-19 May 2017
  • Announcement of results: No more than 2 weeks after the completion of the jury meeting
  • Awards Ceremony: TBA

JURY INTERNATIONAL

• Dr. Deborah Dearing (Australia)
• David Dernie (United Kingdom)
• Trevor Harris (Finland)
• Calvin Tsao (USA)
• Pali Wijeratne (Sri Lanka)