Athenaeum 2023

Athenaeum 2023

總獎金:550(USD)

最高獎金:400(USD)

報名時間:即日起 ~ 2021-03-22

主辦單位:UNIEGIS NETWORK PRIVATE LIMITED

競賽背景 / Competition background

哥本哈根的秘密已向世界公開,而2023年是這一特殊時刻,有機會向世界其他地區開放。比賽簡介是在哥本哈根設計一個建築廟宇,與世界建築學的發展趨勢產生共鳴。21世紀的“雅典娜”一詞不僅僅應該是一個學習建築的空間。這是“建築與建築”的一種努力,應該傳播過去及其與當前建築趨勢的聯繫,這將為世界建築思想的未來鋪平道路。

Athenaeum 2023

這座神廟的使用者不僅是建築師,也不是具有一定教育背景的使用者,而是整個人和創作者。這個地方不僅致力於建築環境,而且還為那些導致這個地方的想法和概念的建築師提供了靈感,激發了更多人瞭解建築之間的隱藏界限。

競賽內容 / Competition content

雅典娜神廟的目的是充當新與舊的門戶,知識和思想的穹頂,為世界的建築哲學的未來發起對話。

1.內容

面臨的挑戰是如何構想如何呈現世界建築神廟及其演變模式的各種主題。該計畫還應開展與學習和休閒有關的各種活動。

2.經驗

一旦策展成功,下一步的挑戰便是如何將這一旅程或建築發展的信息傳達給將要參觀此地的世界各地的人們和設計師。

3.外殼

挑戰的最後一部分是根據您為雅典娜創作的內容精心打造的這種體驗形式。這可能源於丹麥的建築風格或您對世界的詮釋。

參賽資格 / Competition background

+競賽面向所有設計學科的學生和專業人士開放。

+此比賽的團隊人數上限為每隊最多4名成員。

+您可以註冊多個團隊,但必須分別註冊。

+確保提交的最終表格不包含您的姓名或任何其他識別標記。

+您的提交已鏈接到您的UNI用戶帳戶,該帳戶即為您的身份

評委 / JURY

Martin Pool

Shih-Fu Peng

Nathalie Rozencwajg

Cristina Verissimo

日程安排 / COMPETITION SCHEDULE

  • 2021年3月22日15:00 GMT:常規註冊結束
  • 2021年3月23日,格林威治標準時間15:00:提交結束
  • 2021年4月7日15:00 GMT:入圍名單已公佈
  • 2021年4月13日15:00 GMT:陪審團評估開始
  • 2021年4月13日15:00 GMT:公開投票開始
  • 2021年5月7日15:00 GMT:評審團評審結束
  • 2021年5月8日15:00 GMT:公開投票結束
  • 2021年5月20日15:00 GMT:結果公告

獎項設置 / AWARDS

優勝者:400美元現金+獎盃和證書製作+出版物+徽章

亞軍:150美元現金+工藝證書+徽章

參與者:電子證書

提交要求 / SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

您必須根據給定的大綱在以下站點上提供體系結構結果。

•推薦數量的片材/演示圖像/板:尺寸為3( 三 )[2800px X 3500px]在肖像數字格式( 僅JPEG )。

最少3( 三 ),最大紙張數沒有限制。每個圖像應小於15MB。( 請勿提交PNG格式 )

所需的最低要求是工作表/木板+包含以下內容的封面圖片:

•場地平面圖( 必修 )

•關鍵概念部分x 1( 最小 )

•3D視圖x 4

•2000px x 1000px的附加封面圖像


Athenaeum – 2023

Bringing architecture to people

OVERVIEW

PREMISE

Architects are not endowed with designing just buildings but with time, we are now building economies and megacities. This expanded role of architecture is becoming more and more evident with the passing century, where the profession found itself from making enclosures for functions to defining how the functions would be. The keywords to define the architecture, transformed from just Aesthetics and Order, to Efficient and Sustainable. And it’s continuing to change.

As 2023 comes closer, these changing definitions are becoming more noticeable. Especially when we see this in context of our education springing from the grassroots of architecture legends, to modern stalwarts of today. To braver design explorations and less of revivals. To more diversity in design, with knowledge passed on to progressive countries. As architecture evolves these themes continuously shift with amazing trails behind.

And this, in the context of Denmark, looks more real than ever.

Architecture in Denmark has come a long way. More than a thousand years ago, in the Viking age, military encampments were built in Denmark. These constructions, which are known through excavations, are remarkable for their circular ramparts. The architecture was then superseded by the era of exploring church architecture which explored innovations in wood and stone. A series of forts and marvelling churches of the 16th century testify these explorations.

While the past already surpasses expectations, the advent of the known modern functionalist Danish architecture begins at the early half of the 20th Century. The likes of Aarhus City hall and SAS Radisson hotel are some reflections of this era. Ironically, the most famous example of Danish architecture is not in Denmark– it is Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia. And from that point onwards, the global contribution from Danish Architects is world known.

While it’s true that such iconic structures make places memorable, the capital of Denmark – Copenhagen – balances ties to the past and futuristic architectural marvels almost flawlessly. The city boasts of various venues of international stature and architecture pieces that fit in the book’s most revered examples of modern built heritage. The city contributes a very people and outdoor-friendly experience – and aims high towards achieving carbon neutral status by 2025.

And with such a diverse yet consistently progressive history, UNESCO and UIA have named Copenhagen as the World Capital of Architecture for 2023. As UNESCO, declares this significant title, they quote “Copenhagen provides a unique combination of culture, tolerance, global connectivity, well-functioning public transport, green spaces, and high-quality architecture.”

BRIEF

The secret of Copenhagen is open for the world to discover, and 2023 marks this special moment that has a chance to open it for the rest of the world. The competition brief here is to design an Athenaeum for Architecture at Copenhagen, that resonates with the evolving trends of world architecture. The word “Athenaeum” in the 21st century should be more than just a space for learning about architecture. This one of a kind endeavour of Architecture for Architecture should disseminate the past and its links to the current architectural trends, which shall pave the way to the future of world architecture ideologies.

The users of this Athenaeum would not be just architects or from a certain educational background, but for people and creatives at large. The place is not dedicated just for the built environment, but for the architects of ideas and concepts that led to this place, inspiring more people to know about the hidden lines between architecture.

OBJECTIVES

The purpose of the Athenaeum is to act as a gateway for the old & new, a vault of knowledge and ideas that initiate dialogue for the future of architectural philosophies of the world.

1. Content

The challenge is to frame the various themes of how the Athenaeum of World Architecture and its evolving patterns are presented. The programme should also have various activities associated with learning and leisure.

2. Experience

Once curated, the next step of the challenge is to craft how this journey or the message of architectural evolution is conveyed to people and designers from all around the world who would be visiting this place.

3. Enclosure

The final part of the challenge is to give a form to this experience crafted from the contents you have created for the Athenaeum. This can be springing from either the Danish fabric of Architecture or your interpretations from the world.

SITE

Coordinates: https://goo.gl/maps/eZaZFHMbq9c3yyGE6

Area: 10700sqm

Max Floor Area Ratio ( FAR ) – No Restriction

Height Restrictions – 15m

Ground Coverage ( GC ): – 40%

SCHEDULE

  • Oct 1, 2020 15:00 GMT – Early registration starts
  • Oct 22, 2020 15:00 GMT – Early registration ends
  • Oct 22, 2020 15:00 GMT – Regular registration starts
  • Mar 22, 2021 15:00 GMT – Regular registration ends
  • Mar 23, 2021 15:00 GMT – Submission ends
  • Apr 7, 2021 15:00 GMT – Shortlisted entries announced
  • Apr 13, 2021 15:00 GMT – Jury evaluation starts
  • Apr 13, 2021 15:00 GMT – Public voting starts
  • May 7, 2021 15:00 GMT – Jury evaluation ends
  • May 8, 2021 15:00 GMT – Public voting ends
  • May 20, 2021 15:00 GMT – Result announcement

Current round grants

Winner

400 USD Cash+Crafted Trophy & certificate + Publication + Insignia

Runner – Up

150 USD Cash+Crafted certificate + Insignia

People’s Choice

e-certificate


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