英國皇家風景園林學會(LI)2020國際概念設計大賽

英國皇家風景園林學會(LI)2020國際概念設計大賽

報名時間: 即日起 ~ 2020-11-27

主辦單位: 英國皇家風景園林學會

主辦單位電話: +44-0330-808-2230

Landscape Institute Launches International Ideas Competition on ‘Transforming the Urban Landscape’

大賽背景 Background

COVID-19在我們的生命、經濟、住所及生活方式等方面帶來了空前且深遠的災難。然而,在這一流行病大爆發的黑暗時期,我們亦能看到一些希望的曙光,比如,城市空氣質量明顯好轉,威尼斯的水體變得更加清澈,街道上的機動車數量減少了,城市中生活的居民可以聽到鳥鳴……多國政府採取了積極有效的氣候應對策略以最大限度地控制病毒傳播與疾病感染,這一舉措及成效,深入造福我們的生活、工作及日常休閒娛樂,並留下了對人類具有深遠影響的寶貴財富。

英國皇家風景園林學會(LI)2020國際概念設計大賽

本次競賽希望設計師能夠結合自身經驗與創造性思維,針對COVID-19及全球氣候問題提出新的發展願景。

COVID-19 has had a devastating and unprecedented effect on our lives, economies, the places where we live and our lifestyles. These effects are likely to be long lasting and profound. Yet in the midst of these dark times there have been some glimmers of hope – city dwellers have heard birdsong for the first time; urban air is visibly cleaner; Venice’s water more clear and car use has reduced. Many of the changes that are needed to help combat climate change were implemented rapidly to minimise the spread of the disease. This presents us with a unique opportunity to use the effects of the pandemic to create a positive and long lasting legacy to the benefit of our communities, the places where we live, work and play and the environment.

We want you to use your creativity and experience to create a vision for how our new world might look.

競賽主題

Theme

“重塑城市景觀”

“Transforming the Urban Landscape”

  • 激發創造性思維,為城市提供新的發展願景
  • 認知公共衛生對於風景園林營建等方面的歷史價值
  • 鼓勵設計師積極參與城市公共空間未來發展的設計探索

The competition is designed to generate new thinking; to acknowledge the history of public health and landscape initiatives; and most of all, to offer a platform for entrants to engage with the debate about the future of our public spaces.

主辦單位

Organizer

英國皇家風景園林學會

Landscape Institute

承辦單位

Sponsors

GreenBlue URBAN

Ground Control

HARDSCAPE

Selux

Vestre

關鍵問題

Issues

創造積極的城市遺產願景

Creating a vision for a positive legacy

針對COVID-19帶來的深遠影響,各國各地都在探討在這場危機中綠色空間、街道、廣場等的設計和使用方式。希望所有參賽者能全方位地思考健康、氣候、經濟與社會公平等方面的問題:

COVID-19 has had a devastating and unprecedented effect on people’s lives, economies and the places they live. There are debates being had around the globe on the design and use of green spaces, streets and squares in light of this crisis. In this competition we are looking for ideas related to the following themes:

健康

Healthy places

  • 思考我們的城市空間在改善居民健康和提升幸福感方面發揮的作用
  • 針對選地提出有關COVID-19的整體應對策略,如:保持安全社交距離等
  • 考慮城市環境污染、近自然空間等問題
  • The role that our urban spaces play in improving health and wellbeing
  • Consider how your chosen place may need to be adapted in order to address the challenges presented by COVID-19 eg spatial requirements to facilitate social distancing
  • Consider the way in which the chosen site might be designed to address the demands of social distancing as well as the lessons learned from lock down in terms of reduced air pollution and increased space for nature

氣候

Environmental benefits

  • 關注氣候變化與生物多樣性危機
  • 考慮城市綠地公共空間營建
  • 注重高品質綠色空間的重要價值
  • 共享城市景觀設計,在城市管理、規劃和設計等方面提出思考
  • Addressing the impact of the climate and biodiversity crisis
  • Helping promote a greener recovery
  • The importance of high quality green space
  • Engagement with our shared urban landscapes in a debate about the future of how we manage, plan and design these important spaces

經濟效益

Economic benefits

  • 考慮城市空間的經濟發展及城市基礎設施和對公共空間的影響
  • 針對舊有城市空間衰落問題,提出新的更新思路
  • 為實現5G網絡及智慧城市發展營建機遇
  • Propose ideas that might go beyond the design of space to include economic development, clustering of useful amenities and the complete rethinking of public spaces
  • Address the decline of the traditional high street & provide new ideas for reinvention
  • Realise opportunities created by 5G networks & other digital technologies

社會公平

Inclusive environments

  • 提出有關現有城市公共空間的改進方案,如街道、廣場、公園等
  • 滿足多種人群的使用需求,如行人、騎行者、殘疾人、管護人員等
  • 解決不平等問題,展現景觀的公平與正義
  • Propose a range of design ideas to improve the look, feel and management of a street, public square, park or similar location
  • Meet the needs of users at every point of their engagement with the public realm as pedestrians, as carers, as cyclists, as people with a range of abilities and disabilities, as car-users and as those taking exercise
  • Address inequality and promote landscape justice

交通

Mobility

  • 針對公共空間設計及維護提出相應的改進方案
  • 考慮車行、騎行及人行等的道路使用特徵及交通分流
  • 減少城區人群聚集
  • Changing policy and regulatory framework affecting the use of streets and highways
  • The debates over reclaiming road space for walkers, runners and cyclists
  • The reduction in people travelling into our cities to work

競賽語言

Language

英語

English

參賽資格

Eligibility

本次大賽面向全世界、各學科領域的學生和相關專業人士。設專業組和學生組2個類別,鼓勵跨學科、跨專業的合作交流。

Categories:

student and professional competition

There will be two separate competitions, following the same brief, for both students and professionals.

It is open to students and professionals from any discipline from around the world – cross-disciplinary teams are encouraged.

提交成果要求

Submission Format

選地自擬。

兩幅A3大小( 1189mm×841mm )的電子圖紙,紙張方向不限。

最終上傳文檔為包含兩幅A3圖紙的PDF文件( 不超過100MB )。PDF以項目標題命名。例如,Selkie Square Project.pdf。

兩幅A3圖紙中應包括:

  • 通過任何繪圖媒介展現的方案圖紙
  • 設計方案的位置信息
  • 方案簡介( 不超過250詞 )應包括設計構思及提案的具體實施過程
  • 使用產品( 材料 )清單
  • 參賽者姓名、單位名稱或參賽團隊名稱
  • 項目標題

Proposals may be based on any site, anywhere around the world.

It could be a series of interventions or a bold landmark statement.

Two A3 boards supplied as a single PDF. Included on the A3 boards should be:

  • A visual representation of your idea, this can be in any medium – painting, CGI, drawing, collage, photography or CAD drawing and/or an animation or video
  • An indication of the location for your proposed project
  • A statement of no more than 250 words which includes the title of your idea, description of the proposal and why and how your idea does what you want it to do
  • A list of products by the competition sponsors that have been used
  • Your name and/or organisation name
  • The title of your project
  • The boards can be presented landscape or portrait

此外,在提交網頁中還包含有:

  • 對項目的簡單介紹( 不超過100詞 )
  • 具有代表性的4張圖片( 用於宣傳與展覽 )

Please note the additional entry requirements on the submit your entry page, including a short description of the project ( up to 100 words ) and up to 4 images for use in publicity and the online exhibition.

全程採用網上報名與參賽作品提交的方式。

網頁支持在線編輯與保存,點擊“提交”後不可更改。

逾期提交材料不予受理。

作品提交成功後,會收到官方註冊號及確認郵件回執。

Please ensure that you allow enough time to complete your submission and upload before the closing time. Late entries will not be accepted.

提交網站( Submission website ):

https://competitions.landscapeinstitute.org/transforming-the-urban-landscape/submit-your-entry/

截止時間( deadline ):

格林尼治時間2020年12月4日下午5點( 北京時間12月5日凌晨1:00 )

Online submissions close 5pm 4 December 2020

獎項設置

Prize for the Winner of Each Category

專業組最佳獎2000英鎊

學生組最佳獎500英鎊

The best professional category proposal will receive a cash prize of £2000.

The best student category proposal will receive a cash prize of £500.

日程安排

Key Dates

10月6日 競賽發佈

11月27日00:00 參賽註冊截止( 北京時間11月28日上午8:00 )

12月4日17:00 作品提交截止( 北京時間12月5日凌晨1:00 )

12月7日 評審

12月9日 作品在線展覽

12月15日 公佈得獎名單、獎項及線上展覽

6 October Competition launch

27 November Final queries to be submitted before midnight

4 December Submissions open to 5pm GMT

7 December Judging panel meets

9 December Online exhibition of all entrants

15 December Announcement of the winners, accolades and online exhibition updated with winners

大賽評委

Judges

Jane Findlay

英國皇家風景園林學會會長

President of the Landscape Institute

Jane Findlay is a landscape architect, the founding director of Fira and President of the Landscape Institute. An experienced master planner and designer of large and complex projects, Jane has particular expertise in the design of healing landscapes for healthcare and has delivered some of the largest and most complex healthcare projects in the UK. Jane is a pioneering exponent of ‘place-making’ and the importance of health and wellbeing in the way that people experience buildings and the spaces we create within, around, and connecting places.

Dr Nelson Ogunshakin

TFL董事會會員,FIDIC首席執行官

Board Member for TFL, FIDIC Chief Executive Officer

Dr Nelson Ogunshakin FICE OBE was appointed FIDIC Chief Executive Officer in July 2018 with overall responsibility for FIDIC global operations. He is also a Member of the Board of Transport for London ( TfL ) and TfL nominee Board member of Cross Rail Limited in London. Nelson was the immediate past President and CEO of ACE for 14 years. He co-chaired the NIPSEF and was appointed member of the London Infrastructure Delivery Board. He chairs the Investment Committee of ARM-Harith Infrastructure Investment Funds and has over 30 years’ experience in planning, finance, delivery and management of major property and infrastructure investment projects.

Dr Ally Lu

謝菲爾德大學城市研究與規劃系講師

Lecturer in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield

Ally Lu is a lecturer in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the University of Sheffield. She has led a variety of research projects and practice, ranging from community park design, listed building conservation, historic streets revitalisation, and sustainable planning for river basin and reservoir watersheds. Her research interests lie in historic urban landscapes and their conservation planning, especially where the contested values of collective memory, sense of place, and economic development constantly battle. She promotes intercultural learning and teaching as has been a guest lecturer in the Institut d’Urbanisme de Lyon in France, Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan.

Dr Cathy Parker

曼徹斯特大學商學院教授,地方管理研究院聯合主席

Co-Chair of the Institute of Place Management

Cathy Parker is Professor of Retail and Marketing Enterprise at Manchester Metropolitan University and Co-Chair of the Institute of Place Management, the professional institute for all those involved in making better places. Cathy is regarded as an international expert and leader in place management and is the research lead for the Government’s High Streets Task Force. She is frequently asked to commentate on place and retail related topics and has recently appeared on BBC Breakfast, BBC Sunday Politics ( NW ), BBC Radio 5 live and ITV Tonight.

Warren Heaton

Ground Control公司高層經理

Senior Manager, Ground Control

A landscape professional for over 20 years and the winner of multiple BALI awards, numerous RHS awards and ‘Best in Show’ award winning garden at Chelsea Flower Show. Warren has delivered projects across the country, ranging from a state of the art Premiership Football training facility to the largest playground in Europe. He has worked closely with landscape architects and designers throughout his career providing information on pricing, buildability and project delivery.

Dr Krystallia Kamvasinou

倫敦威斯敏斯特大學建築與城市學院規劃、城市設計和建築專業高級講師

Senior Lecturer / Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, University of Westminster, London

Krystallia Kamvasinou is Senior Lecturer in Planning, Urban Design and Architecture at the School of Architecture and Cities, University of Westminster, London. As part of the Sustainable Cities and Urban Environments research community of the University of Westminster, she is Principal Investigator for research on ‘Green space use for people’s wellbeing during COVID19’. She is also Principal Investigator for research on ‘Adaptation of the public realm to COVID19 and the impact on future planning and design of healthy and sustainable cities’, funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust. Krystallia has published widely in academic journals and books, and she is a reviewer for academic journals including Urban Studies and Landscape Research.

Marie Burns

Burns + Nice城市設計諮詢公司創始人

Landscape architect, urban designer and transport planner

Marie Burns is a landscape architect, urban designer and transport planner, and a member of several Quality Review Panels. After working in local authorities and private practice, Marie co-founded the urban design consultancy Burns + Nice which focuses on the design and implementation of public realm schemes – including award winning projects such as the redesign of Leicester Square London, and Leicester City Centre Public Realm Strategy and Implementation Programme. She leads a research project for the EU looking at 26 European case studies on how innovative transport systems could regenerate a city by transforming of its public realm to create a new identity based on the vibrancy of places for pedestrians and cyclists to enjoy. Marie’s book ‘New Life in Public Squares’ was published by the RIBA in March 2020.

Norman Emery

Selux照明技術公司總經理

Managing Director, Selux Lighting

The Selux group has always been at forefront of lighting innovation. From a small family business created in 1948 to meet the needs of Berlin for chargeable portable lighting it has grown to be a world leader in quality architectural lighting solutions; building a reputation of working in partnership with landscape architects and designers to help realise their visions and make truly unique spaces to live and work. Norman Emery has been a leading influencer in the lighting industry for decades. From his early industry experience in South Africa he has led Selux UK’s operations for over 20 years working closely with Selux technical researchers on new applications and sustainable materials for exterior light and technology.

Mathew Haslam

硬質景觀( Hardscape )園林綠化材料供應商創始人及董事長總經理

Founder and Managing Director of Hardscape Products Ltd

Mathew Haslam CMLI is Founder and Managing Director of Hardscape. Combining a background in business and a passion for geology. Mathew founded Hardscape in 1994 to bridge the gap between natural resources, organic materials and cutting edge design. Leading from the front, Hardscape strives to protect and enhance the paving industry’s current and future demands, educating others on hard landscaping and sustainable sourcing, while realising aesthetic demands and functions within the design world with their unique production techniques. Mathew is a passionate advocate of creative design, especially in the landscape design sector.

Howard Gray

藍綠城市公司規範及標準化顧問

PR & Specification Consultant

Howard Gray is an urban tree enthusiast and Specification Consultant at GreenBlue Urban. He has been closely involved in trees for most of his life and has personally planted many trees in urban areas. Howard feels passionately that we have a responsibility to future generations to give them high-quality tree canopy cover, and that this cannot happen unless we change the way trees and green infrastructure are viewed. Howard understands the arboricultural and urban forestry industries, and the constraints encountered in our urban environment. His case studies show it is possible to create greener and cleaner cities using green and blue infrastructure.

Sarah Ichioka

Desire Lines私人投資有限公司總經理

Director | Desire Lines Pte Ltd

Sarah Ichioka is an urban strategist, curator and writer, currently leading Desire Lines, a consultancy for environmental, cultural, and social-impact organizations and initiatives. In previous roles, she has explored the intersections of cities, society and ecology within leading international institutions of culture, policy and research. She has been recognized as a World Cities Summit Young Leader, one of the Global Public Interest Design 100, a British Council / Clore Duffield Cultural Leadership International Fellow, and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects. www.sarahichioka.com.

Romy Rawlings

Vestre挪威城市家具製造商英國地區商務總監

DipLA CMLI, Commercial Director for Vestre

Romy Rawlings is a Chartered Landscape Architect and UK Commercial Director for Vestre, a Norwegian manufacturer of street furniture. Romy’s entire career has been based in the landscape sector, with the last decade or so spent working predominantly with manufacturers. Passionate about the impact of good design upon those using outdoor spaces, Romy strives to promote best practice in every aspect of her work and believes landscape architects are well placed to counter many of today’s global issues through their work – issues of urbanisation, climate change, water and food security, improvement of biodiversity etc.

小貼士

官方網站( Competition website ):

https://competitions.landscapeinstitute.org/transforming-the-urban-landscape/

報名網址( Registration website ):

https://competitions.landscapeinstitute.org/transforming-the-urban-landscape/how-to-enter/

提交作品網站( Submission website ):

https://competitions.landscapeinstitute.org/transforming-the-urban-landscape/submit-your-entry/


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