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London 2008 Adaptable Architecture Gallery

Son Başvuru Tarihi: 30 Nisan 2008
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Web Sitesi: www.arquitectum.com/lon...
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First Prize:
Sergio Araya, Duks Koschitz, Orkan Telhan, Alexandros Tsamis (Chile, Austria, Turkey, Greece)



Second Prize:
Daniel Azuero, Pablo Forero, Julian Restrepo, Manuela Mosquera, Andres Gutierrez (Colombia)



Third Prize:
Rodney Robles, Alejandro Miyar (Mexico)

Honourable Mentions



Soo Bum You, Lin Hong Shen (South Korea, China)



Victor Paixao, Miguel Felipe Muralha, Paula Sertorio, Thiago Florez, Andre Mack, Bruno Castro (Brazil)



Roozbeh Tabandeh, Haleh Vedadi Nejad, Farnoosh Eftekharian Khorasani, Soozan Istadeh, Ghazal Tabandeh, Farokh Tabandeh (Iran, United Kingdom)



Edward Mcintosh (United Kingdom)



Yan Gao, Guilherme Ressel (United Kingdom)



Boriana Tomowa, Georg Augustin (Germany)



Laurin Leon Hilario, Melissa Fatima Villanueva Denegri, Carlos Tapia Chavez, Claudia Weis Coelho (Peru)



Juan Jose Ochoa, Juan Pablo Ramos, Jorge Mario Gomez (Colombia)



Seungseok Hong, Youngjin Jo (South Korea)



Orange Buensuceso, Stefan Al, Kevin Lee (USA)



Junghun Whang (United Kingdom)

Mauricio Gaviria, Alejandro Ospina Londono, Sebastian Monsalve Gomez, Jaime Alejandro Carmona Munera (Colombia)












Yarışma BilgileriA moveable architecture gallery, containing and distributing design to the city; travels across the River Thames to connect the various art spaces and collect visitors along the river; especially in the South Bank.

The exhibition space should adapt to the movement of the river, to the different requirements of an exhibition and the artist, and to the weather in London; meaning summer and winter potentialities.

The routing of the gallery is circumscribed from the Waterloo Bridge to the Millenium Bridge, including the Blackfriars Bridge in between. Interrelated buildings of the banks comprise the Somerset House, the Royal Festival House, The National Theatre, the Tate Modern -together with the adjacent Design Museum Project- ,and the Shakespeare''s Globe.

London as the economic hub at the moment in Europe, and with the Olympics ahead, could reinvent itself one more time with a new concept of an adaptable architecture gallery crossing the Rİver Thames.

Registration and Fees
Special Registration:
11 - 31 March 2008, 100 Dollars
Early Registration: 01 - 30 April 2008, 150 Dollars
Late Registration: 01 May - 30 June 2008, 200 Dollars

Submission
All entries will submit in:
- Digital format: One JPG, by e-mail.
- Physical format: One panel A0 size.

Prizes
First Prize
- Two plane tickets to London to attend the awards ceremony and exhibition of the winning projects, hosted by AA during the week of 22 - 26 September 2008.
- Accommodation for two people for three nights.
- Guided architectural tour through London''s architecture, including not only the architectural.
- Assistance to the following events: London Design Festival, Open House London, Tent London
- 200 copies of the exclusive Arquitectum publication entitled "London 2008" which will include all the winning projects of the competition as well as a profile of each member of each team.
- The European design magazine "Wettbewerbe Aktuell" will dedicate an article of its publication to the London 2008 competition''s result, including the work of the winning architects.
-  The Spanish architecture competition magazine "Future" will dedicate an issue of its publication to the London 2008 competition during the year.

Second Prize
- 100 copies of the exclusive Arquitectum publication entitled "London 2008" which will include all the winning projects of the competition as well as a profile of each member of each team.
- Annual membership of Arquitectum, which will entitle the recipient to participate free of charge in any international competition organized by Arquitectum for a year, as well as promote their work among the many clients who come to the publication to consult the architects who are members of the institution.

Third Prize
- 50 copies of the exclusive Arquitectum publication entitled "London 2008" which will include all the winning projects of the competition as well as a profile of each member of each team.
- Annual membership of Arquitectum, which will entitle the recipient to participate free of charge in any international competition organized by Arquitectum for a year, as well as promote their work among the many clients who come to the publication to consult the architects who are members of the institution.

Jury
8 jurors, among AA members and distinguished London architects.

Schedule
11 March 2008:
Competition Announcement
01 April 2008: Competition Start
01 - 30 April 2008: Early Registration
01 May - 30 June 2008: Late Registration
20 July 2008: Submission Deadline
20 July - 10 August 2008: Juror''s Evaluation
15 August 2008: Announcement of The Winning Project
18 August 2008: On-line Exhibition
22 - 26 September 2008: London Exhibition
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