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A Call for Ideas on a Plan for Vatnsmyri

(Resumed after suspension last year)

Open, international, 2-stage, anonymous, ideas

Reykjavik, Iceland

15 May 2007 - Registration Deadline

15 Jun 2007 - Submission Deadline

SPONSOR: Oslo Municipality, Department of Culture and Sport

TYPE: Open, international, 2-stage, anonymous, ideas

LOCATION: Reykjavik, Iceland

LANGUAGES: English, Icelandic

TIMETABLE:

07 May 2007 - Stage 1 Inquiries Deadline

14 May 2007 - Stage 1 Answers Posted

15 May 2007 - Registration Deadline

15 Jun 2007 - Stage 1 Submission Deadline

16 Jul 2007 - Stage 1 Results Announced

04 Sep 2007 - Stage 2 Inquiries Deadline

09 Sep 2007 - Stage 2 Answers Posted

05 Oct 2007 - Stage 2 Submission Deadline

Nov 2007 - Results Announced and Prizes Awarded

ELIGIBILITY: professionals in the fields of urban design, urban planning, architecture and landscape architecture; students and people with other qualifications can not play the role of team representative but they can be members of the team

JURY: Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir, Reykjavik City Councillor, Chairman of the jury; Gísli Marteinn Baldursson, Reykjavik City Councillor; Dagur B. Eggertsson, Reykjavik City Councillor; Joan Busquets, Urban Planner, Barcelona/Boston; Steve Christer, Architect, Reykjavik; Kees Kaan, Architect, Rotterdam; Hildebrand Machleidt, Urban Planner, Berlin; Secretary of the JURY: Árni Geirsson

AWARDS:

Stage-1 Finalists - €10,000 each (15-25 entrants)

Stage-2 Finalists - Total of €200,000 among the 6-8 entries selected

Following up on this result, the city of Reykjavik will enter into negotiations with the authors of the first rank proposals that leads to one or more of them receiving a contract for the planning of a part of Vatnsmyri.

FEE: €100

THE COMPETITION:

Urban planning is always an interesting task, but planning capital cities and their key areas is not only fascinating but also very challenging for all communities which set themselves high standards. And Reykjavík is indeed that kind of community and that kind of city. There is great ambition here to ensure that the planning of the urban environment provides the citizens with a first-rate quality of life, and the public are also enthusiastic about the development of the city. This unique opportunity for the development of Reykjavík coincides, aptly enough, with the beginning of a new century. There are many indications that communications, creativity and culture will take a new course in the new century, where diversity and continuous renewal will take center stage.

REGISTRATION:

Register with Association of Icelandic Architects at http://www.ai.is.

Upon registration and successful payment of the registration fee, the registrar sends a code to the team representative that allows access to the competition material, announcements and other relevant information on the competition web at http://www.vatnsmyri.is.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Competition Registrar

Haraldur Helgason, Architect, FAÍ

Hvassaleiti 74

103 Reykjavík

Iceland

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http://www.vatnsmyri.is

 
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