iscrizioni entro il 20 gennaio 2017 | consegna entro il 3 febbraio 2017
Arquideas lancia un nuovo concorso internazionale finalizzato alla progettazione nel Grand Canyon di un alloggio temporaneo perfettamente integrato nel paesaggio nella famosa gola dell'Arizona.
Grazie alla sua posizione privilegiata, gli spazi proposti dovranno avere l'ambizione di diventare un punto di riferimento internazionale nel mondo della ricettività turistica, non solo per la posizione, ma anche per le caratteristiche della sua morfologia in relazione al sito e all'esperienza unica offerta ai visitatori.
In giuria, tra gli altri, Patrik Schumacher dello studio Zaha Hadid Architects e Wolf D. Prix Co-fondatore dei COOP HIMMELB(L)AU.
Al concorso possono partecipare gli studenti di architettura e i giovani laureati da non più di due anni. Al vincitore un premio di 3.750 Euro.
Arquideas is launching the competition architecture Canyon View Accommodation (CaVA) Arizona .
The aim of this competition for architecture students and young architects, Canyon View Accommodation (CaVA) Arizona, is to propose a temporary accommodation space for visitors in such unique and delicate spaces as the Grand Canyon.
Thanks to its privileged location, the proposed spaces aims to become an international benchmark in the world of tourist accommodation, not only for its location but for the characteristics of its morphology in relation to its site and the unique experience offered to visitors.
The proposal aspires to become a "must-stop" point for visitors of the Grand Canyon. An accommodation space that offers visitors a unique experience in the middle of this singular and globally known landscape.
The proposal must respond to guest's expectations, enhancing the qualities of its site and paying special attention to the sustainability and integration into the environment in which it is located.
Preferably, the location of the CaVA should be between Kanab Canyon and Marble Canyon. The project can be freely developed in one or various locations of the area indicated in the attached documentation. There are no restrictions regarding land usage, giving participants free rein to develop their ideas.
This competition is open to international undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduate of architecture or related degrees, individually or in teams made up of a maximum of four (4) members. Recent graduate means a person graduated within the two (2) years before the competition launching, this is, all graduated in 2014 or later. Teams will pay a single registration fee, regardless of the number of team members.
Patrik Schumacher (Director and Design Principal of Zaha Hadid Architects)
Wolf D. Prix (Co-founder, Design Principal and CEO of COOP HIMMELB(L)AU)
Francisco Mangado (Head of Mangado and Associates)
Fermín Vázquez (Head of b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos)
Guillermo Hevia (Founder partner of GH+A Guillermo Hevia Arquitectos)
Jin Taira (Professor at ETSA of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)
Eduardo Cilleruelo (Winner of IOA Venice architecture competition)
- 1st Prize: 3.750 Euros
- 2nd Prize: 1.500 Euros
- 3rd Prize: 625 Euros
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October 17th, 2016 | Early registration period opens Consultation period opens
December 9th, 2016 | Early registration deadline
December 10th, 2016 | Regular registration period opens
January 20th, 2017 | Regular registration period deadline
January 31st, 2017 | Deadline for consultations
February 3rd, 2017 | Deadline for submission of proposals
Arquideas is a community of students and young professionals working in the world of architecture and design whose main objective is to showcase the talent and creativity of its young members, thereby bridging the gap between the academic and professional spheres of architecture and design.
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