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DIA Plaza | Midtown Cultural Connections Design Competition

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提交日期:2018年4月30日
注册日期:2018年4月30日
语言:英语
地点:密歇根州,底特律市
奖励:请参阅下面的详细信息
类型:开放型

经过十年多的发展,底特律艺术学院(DIA)已经成为国际知名的艺术胜地,“古代中东的奇迹”表明了如今人们所使用的各项技术的发展源头。Diego Rivera的“底特律工业”壁画通过电子系统以动画形式巡回展出。在整座博物馆中,通过以对话形式讲述的故事,让艺术更加生动活泼。《华尔街日报》在2015年称DIA为“世界上最受游客欢迎的博物馆”。然而,尽管博物馆的内部系统塑造得非常成功,但博物馆的外部空间带给访客的体验却是另一种不同的感受。

目前,这个占地4英亩(约1.62公顷)的前广场和建筑场地,除了一些用于重大活动的大空间之外,并没有多余的公共场地,并且建筑位于城市最具活力的地区,这导致了部分游客的流失,同时也在某种程度上与当地社区脱离了联系。

DIA附近有着重要的文化资产,其中包括Charles H. Wright非裔美国历史博物馆、创意研究学院、底特律历史博物馆、底特律公共图书馆、密歇根科学中心、密歇根大学、韦恩州立大学等,这些场所的使用者们同样也希望与社区和彼此之间建立更密切的联系。以底特律艺术学院广场项目为主要内容,主办方邀请设计师为底特律Midtown的文化和教育机构之间建立更紧密的联系。主办方希望这个全新的公共场所能够将人们聚集在一起,并且让人们依赖于此处的空间,享受其中的氛围。

此次设计竞赛的主要目的是加强DIA校区外部的空间活力,寻求优秀的综合设计团队来开发城市、制定景观设计战略。首先,该团队要构思一个强大而创新的设计愿景,提出可行性分析,使方案具有高度可见性、欢迎性、灵活性和功能性,为全年的户外活动提供空间。其次,将DIA各项元素与周边区域相连接,可以通过步行道、景观小径等方式,同时考虑停车和设施优化方案,将建筑与周边空间贯通起来。总的来说,该项目通过不同的方式将文化区域统一在一起。

这个项目很复杂。竞赛致力于共同合作,是积极参与制定区域宏伟愿景的过程。并且本次竞赛也会有其他市民的共同参与。


评审团

Salvador Salort-Pons,底特律艺术学院董事、总裁兼首席执行官 ;
Julie Bargmann,弗吉尼亚大学景观设计副教授、DIRT工作室创始人兼总负责人;
Maurice Cox,底特律市城市规划总监;
William Gilchrist,加州奥克兰市规划与建筑总监;
Jonathan Massey,密歇根大学塔博曼(Taubman)建筑与城市规划学院院长;
Cara McCarty,国家设计博物馆Cooper Hewitt策展总监;
Dr. Juanita Moore,Charles H Wright非裔美国历史博物馆首席执行官;
Mario Moor,艺术家;
Richard Rogers,创意研究学院校长。


竞赛

本次竞赛分为三个阶段,最终将选择一个世界级的设计团队来进行公共场所的设计,欢迎感兴趣的人士参赛,建立艺术和文化之间的联系,同时也在我们的机构和市民之间建立互联互通的关系。

第一阶段不需要设计。参赛者以电子方式提交参赛资格信息。截止日期是:2018年4月30日,星期一,美国东部时间。

本次竞赛由底特律艺术学院和Midtown Detroit机构共同主办。

竞赛网站:https://www.midtownculturalconnections.com/

Submission: April 30, 2018
Registration:  April 30, 2018
Language: English
Location: Detroit, MI
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

Over the past decade, the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) has become internationally renowned for making humankind’s greatest artistic achievements accessible to all. “Wonders of the Ancient Middle East” are used to illustrate technological innovations that shaped the world we know today. Diego Rivera’s iconic “Detroit Industry” fresco murals become animated via an iPad tour. Throughout the museum, art comes alive through universal stories told in a conversational tone. The Wall Street Journal hailed the DIA as “the world’s most visitor-friendly museum” in 2015. However despite the success inside the museum, visitor experiences on the exterior spaces that surround the museum tell a different story.
Presently, the 4-acre front plaza and grounds receive little public use outside of major events, even though it is situated in one of the most vibrant areas of the city. Potential visitors have described the exterior and grounds as “impermeable” and “standing separate from our community.”
Sitting adjacent to the DIA are a significant set of cultural assets including the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the College for Creative Studies, the Detroit Historical Museum, the Detroit Public Library, the Michigan Science Center, University of Michigan, Wayne State University, among others, who also share a desire for greater connection to the community and to one another. With the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Plaza project as an anchor, we are inviting designers to imagine inspired possibilities for stronger connections between Midtown’s cultural and educational institutions. We ultimately hope to create a district that will be inviting to all of metro Detroit and its distant visitors, and where people will be happy to linger outside, walk from place to place, as well as come within.
This design competition centers around enhancing and enlivening the DIA’s exterior campus, and seeks an outstanding integrated design team for developing an urban and landscape design strategy and connection framework. First, the team will be asked to create a strong and innovative design vision that reimagines the DIA’s grounds, making them highly visible, welcoming, flexible and functional to support year-round outdoor programming. Second, the team will take elements from the DIA design and extend them beyond its grounds to physically connect to the surrounding institutions to encourage walkability, add wayfinding, identify other areas for public art and programming, while also considering shared parking strategies and improved design. Ultimately, this project presents an opportunity to unify the cultural district in a triple bottom line fashion: one that creates physical and organic connections between the institutions, equitably engages residents and visitors, provides opportunities for local businesses, manages stormwater, generates new or increased revenue streams for the museums, improves walkability, and adds beauty to the area.
We are aware that this project is complex. The stakeholder institutions are committed to working together and are actively engaged in the process of developing a grand vision for the district. An extensive civic engagement process will also feed into this process.

JURY
Salvador Salort-Pons, Director, President + CEO | Detroit Institute of Arts
Julie Bargmann, Associate Professor Landscape Design, University of Virginia | Founder & Principal, D.I.R.T. Studio
Maurice Cox, Urban Planning Director | City of Detroit
William Gilchrist, Planning and Building Director, City of Oakland, California
Jonathan Massey, Dean, Taubman School of Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan
Cara McCarty, Curatorial Director, Cooper Hewitt, National Design Museum
Dr. Juanita Moore, CEO | Charles H Wright Museum of African American History
Mario Moore, Artist
Richard Rogers, President | College for Creative Studies

THE COMPETITION
This competition is a three-staged selection process to choose a world class landscape architecture and/or urban design team to realize the vision of a gathering place that welcomes everyone and establishes connections between our arts and cultural institutions—inspiring an inter-connectivity between our institutions and our citizens.
No design is required at the first stage. Competitors are invited to electronically submit their qualifications. The deadline for this is: 12:00 EDT, Monday, April 30, 2018.
This design competition is co-led by the Detroit Institute of Arts and Midtown Detroit, Inc. For more information, please check out: midtownculturalconnections.com.

competition’s website: https://www.midtownculturalconnections.com/


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