Konkursy architektoniczne

Sierpień 23, 2022

Launch student ideas competition to design a rehabilitation centre for 30 stroke survivors

Data rozpoczęcia: 01/08/2022
Data końca rejestracji: 15/03/2023
Termin składania prac: 15/04/2023
Data zakończenia: 15/05/2023
Miasto: konkurs międzynarodowy

The International Union of Architects (UIA) has launched the Next Generation of Stroke Rehabilitation Centres international single stage student ideas competition open to all students in architecture of the world.

The competition is organised by the UIA Public Health Group and the NOVELL Redesign Team. It is co-sponsored by the Australian Health Design Council (AHDC).

Objectives

To respond to recent global health crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic and other devastating disasters, the UIA General Assembly in July 2021 declared "2022: UIA Year of Design for Health." This commitment urges all UIA Member Sections to encourage architects and their clients to use evidence-based design to promote health in buildings and cities, and promotes “Design that protects health, design that develops Better Health, and design that restores health once it is impaired.”
This competition aims to encourage architecture and design students interested in design for health and to advance new ideas and futuristic concepts to solve current challenges identified by brain-injured (stroke) patients, family members, and medical staff. It invites students to design a rehabilitation centre for 30 stroke survivors and seeks creative and ambitious designs to meet stroke survivors' needs during their recovery.

Eligibility

The competition is open to full-time university architectural students from all over the world. Multidisciplinary teams are encouraged. However, only architectural students can serve as team leaders or authors. Full-time university students from other disciplines, including interior design, landscape architecture, urban design, urban planning, medicine, neuroscience, psychology, and others, can be co-authors or team members acting as specialists.
All team members (authors, co-authors, specialists) must be enrolled as university students by the time of the project submission to the competition website. Each team may have 1 to 5 university students, with 1 or 2 advisors. Having an advisor for this competition is not mandatory. Advisors must be named as consultants.

The international jury is composed of:
  •     John Cooper (UK), Architect (Chair, Region I)
  •     Fani Vavili, (Greece) Professor Emeritus, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, UIA Council member, UIA Representative (Region II)
  •     Philip Patrick Sun (USA) Architect (Region III)
  •     Jane Carthey (Australia), Architect (Region IV)
  •     Innocent Okpanum (South Africa), Architect (Region V)

Alternate jurors

  •     Pei Ing Tan (Malaysia), UIA Secretary General, (Region IV)
  •     Henning Lensch (Germany), Architect (Region I)
Prizes
A total of € 12500 will be distributed among the authors of the winning projects:
  • 1st Prize: 5,000 EUR + a certificate
  • 2nd Prize: 3,000 EUR + a certificate
  • 3rd Prize: 2,000 EUR + a certificate
  • 4th Prize: 1,500 EUR + a certificate
  • 5th Prize: 1,000 EUR + a certificate
  • Honourable Mentions: a certificate

NOVELL will invite the prize winners to become co-researchers at the NOVELL Redesign.   

Language

The official language of the competition is English. Entries must be submitted in the official language.

Timetable
  •     Launch of competition: 1 August 2022
  •     Deadline for submitting questions: 15 November 2022
  •     Deadline for responses:  15 December 2022
  •     Deadline for registrations: 15 March 2023
  •     Deadline for submission of entries: 15 April 2023
  •     Announcement of results: 15 May 2023
  •     Exhibitions: TBA
  •     Award ceremony: TBA
Participation

Participants will be required to register on the UIA competition platform. Competitors will receive a number or code that they will use to log into the system and download the competition documents. No fees are required for registering.

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