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IFHP Ranko Radovic Student Competition

Open, international, student, RfP

Not Site Specific

31 Aug 2007 - Registration Deadline

31 Aug 2007 - Submission Deadline

TYPE: Open, international, student, RfP

TIMETABLE:

Mar 2007 - Open Q & A

31 Aug 2007 - Submission Deadline

23-26 Sep 2007 - IFHP World Congress, Copenhagen

24-25 Sep 2007 - IFHP Student Congress

24 Sep 2007 - Awards Ceremony

Sep-Oct 2007 - Exhibition

JURY: Jury President - Professor Malachy McEldowney, Queen's University, Belfast, UK; Professor Nachio Torisu, Japan; Architect Henrik Valeur, UID, Denmark; Adjunct Professor Jørgen Nue Møller, Copenhagen, Denmark; Associate Professor, Peder Duelund Mortensen, Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture, Copenhagen, Denmark

AWARDS: The competition awards are threefold: Cash award, Travel & lodging - to attend the Futures of Cities IFHP 2007 Copenhagen Student Congress, Congress fee waiver. Total award sum is €100,000 (750.000 DKK).

Student Award / Faculty Award

1st Prize - €8,000 / €2,000

2nd Prize - €6,000 / €1,500

3rd Prize - €4,000 / €1,000

Honorable Mention - €800 / €200

ELIGIBILITY: students at all levels and from all disciplines related to Urban Planning, Urban Design, Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Geography, Sociology, Anthropology, Urban Studies, Environmental Studies, Engineering, Traffic Planning or related academic fields

THE COMPETITION:

There is more to planning than parceling land, more to the built environment than high-rises and houses, more to traffic engineering than infrastructure, more to building than structural solutions and calculating floor area ratios. There is also more to architecture than monuments and photogenic facades, more to housing than where you sleep, eat and watch TV, and finally there is more to urban quality than curbside cafés and public playgrounds. There is more to entering a competition entry than submitting a project. The process backing the project is an essential part of the final result. This is the phase where you sort through potential ideas and solutions, where teamwork comes into play, where you share ideas with your academic advisors, and where problems are uncovered and defined. The process is indeed a true reflection of your academic effort. Each team must specify which aspects of the Futures of Cities it wishes to address: planning, building, housing or urban quality, on a regional, urban or neighborhood scale, construction of entire districts or individual buildings, entire housing blocks or individual housing units, proposals for securing urban quality of entire urban park systems or of a single square.There is no given site. Instead, each team has the opportunity to select, identify and work on a site that is most relevant to a particular problem or condition. In other words competitors are asked to name and illustrate the site they are addressing. You are to describe what city or neighbourhood, street or building lot, traffic interchange, square, housing block or unit that serves as the context for your design proposal. There is no given scale. Again, each team is to work on the scale which it finds most relevant for the context and challenge at hand. In other words the competition team is to select and specify the scale which best illustrates the design proposal. Let us know whether your proposal is at a scale 1:10,000, 1:5000, 1:1000, 1:500, 1:100, 1:50, or 1:10, or any other relevant scale. We trust you to choose your own scope, scale, site and context for your proposal for the futures of cities. Freedom is yours. Use it wisely!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

www.ifhp2007copenhagen.dk

 
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