Konkursy architektoniczne

Styczeń 3, 2022

Tactical Urbanism Now!

Data końca rejestracji: 18/03/2022
Termin składania prac: 18/03/2022
Kraj: Włochy

The challenge of this competition is to reinterpret what is commonly known as traditional public spaces, such as parks, streets, playgrounds and squares, with a strategical vision capable of providing them with new features of multifunctionality and flexibility.  

Tactical design can be considered as an instrument for carrying out experimental projects of high communicative value, aimed at improving public spaces or even creating new ones from scratch. Today, the goal is to design inclusive and accessible spaces, capable of reflecting the diversity of the infinite categories of potential users and encouraging citizens to “Live Together”. 

Participants are therefore invited to explore and experiment with innovative strategies, original ideas and unconventional concepts. The key point is to be able to think out of the box in order to imagine lively and attractive urban scenarios which guarantee permanence, interaction and variety of uses.

Scalability and modularity can be fundamental aspects to be taken into consideration when developing the concept. How many different of activities can be carried out in the same place? How could an urban void be radically transformed in order to foster social interaction? 

Be creative and explore all the possibilities to imagine a new kind of public space!  

Registration

The competition is open to students, architects, designers, urbanists, engineers, artists, makers, activists and anyone interested in the transformation of the contemporary urban space.

Schedule
  • “Early” registration from 13.12.2021 to 28.12.2021 –  11.59 PM CET 
  • “Standard” registration from 29.12.2021 to 04.03.2022 – 11.59 PM CET
  • “Late” registration from 05.03.2022 to 18.03.2022 – 11.59 PM CET
Registration fees
  • “Early” registration – 59€
  • “Standard” registration – 89€
  • “Late” registration – 119€

*All prices are excluding vat (22%)

Submission

2 x A1 panels (594 x 841 mm – landscape oriented) + a brief text describing the proposal (max. 250 words).
Projects must be submitted through the upload section within 18.03.2022 – 11:59 PM CET (Central European Time).

Results

Results will be published on this website on April 26th 2022.

Prizes

1st Prize : 3.000 €
2nd Prize : 2.000 €
3rd Prize : 1.000 €

Gold Mention #1 : 250 €
Gold Mention #2 : 250 €
Gold Mention #3 : 250 €
Gold Mention #4 : 250 €

10 Honorable Mentions
30 Finalists

FAQ

All the questions related to the competition can be mailed to us at:
[email protected] indicating the following subject: “FAQ – Tactical Urbanism Now”.
Answers to all questions will be published on the FAQ online section, which will be regularly updated until March 1st.

Details: https://www.terravivacompetitions.com/tactical-urbanism-now-competition-2021/
Dodano: 03/01/2022

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