제목: 제 2회 국제 학생건축 공모전( The 2nd International Competition in Architecture)
주제: Detaching from architecture
개최기간: 신청: 9월 1일 ~ 신청마감: 11월 28일 / 작품제출 2010년 1월 30일
개최기관: CIB W104(건축물 혁신연구 국제회의-오픈빌딩 실행위원회)
조직위원회: 스페인 Tecnalia
개최기관 URL: www.open-building.org
행사관련 URL: http://info.labein.es/openbuilding-2010/student-competition/
After the successful completion of the First International Student Competition in Open Building in 2008 (Ball State University, USA), the CIB W104 is organizing the 2nd student competition in association with Tecnalia in Bilbao, Spain in May 2010. The competition has two aims:
1) to invite critical observation of the traditions of architecture as a profession, and
2) to invite creative and focused thinking on the needed advancements in design methodology to meet the challenges of a dynamic new urban morphology mutating with the changes of contemporary urban life.
Detaching from Architecture aims to contribute to reversing the traditional concept of architecture, in order to allow two important components of reality, time and people, to play equally important roles in architectural design. Taking these two components into account, the competition of Detaching from Architecture is not interested in comprehensive or complete designs, or a “design for everything.” It calls for proposals with an understanding of the built environment as distinct but related levels of intervention. To be more provocative, the competition calls for project designs which address:
Time-space rather then form-space Strategic rather than tactical decisions Interactive rather than passive Operative and instrumental rather than objective and complete Conditional rather than situational Structural rather than compositional Entries will be critiqued and judged by an international jury of experts with backgrounds in Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, and Architecture. First, second, and third cash prizes are offered. Winners will be given a stipend to help pay for the cost of attending the conference in Bilbao, Spain on May 17-19, 2009 to formally receive their awards, attend the conference and participate in the conference tours. If entries are the result of academic works, teachers will receive certificates of participation and/or winning the competition.
Submissions can be part of academic work or can be independent works. Students can work individually or in groups. For the academic work, this competition also aims to assist instructors in developing a range of teaching approaches for use in their courses. Studio teachers and students are encouraged to explore the many varied functional, social, political, aesthetic, and environmental issues in different scales and types of projects for their own places or cities. However, the projects should have sites and context.
Student competition introduction and instructions
Entries shall conform to the following format: two A1 sized PDF documents (594 mm x 841 mm) oriented vertically (portrait style). Files may not exceed 5 MB.
Submissions will be via Internet. All entries must be in pdf format and digitally submitted.
THE SUBMISSION WEBSITE WILL BE POSTED SOON AND WILL BE NOTED ON THE CONFERENCE HOMEPAGE.
AGREEMENT TO EXHIBIT OR PUBLISH:
By submitting entries in the competition, authors shall agree to permit the organizers of the conference to exhibit and/or publish the entered projects, images, and descriptions in the conference and as part of future publications, exhibitions, and presentations. The organizers and associated organizations agree to fully credit authors and institutions cited as part of the competition entries in any instance where work is represented. Otherwise, authors retain all rights to submitted work.
STUDENT COMPETITION INTRODUCTION (pdf 57 kb)
Student Competition Prizes
One First Prize $1000
Two Second Prizes each, $600
Three Third Prizes each, $400
We expect to invite student winners to the conference and to offer a $1000 stipend to help cover their costs
Registration Begins: 1 Sep. 2009
Registration deadline: 28 Nov. 2009
Submission deadline: 30 Jan. 2010
Winners announced: 27 Feb. 2010
International Congress: 17-19 May 2010