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World Expos: Imagine your national pavilion

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提交:2018年7月18日
注册:2018年7月18日
语言:英语
位置:全球
奖励:请参阅下面的细节
类型:开放型

世界博览会是百花齐放的展览。自1851年第一届世界博览会举办之后,其理念始终遵循了这样的原则,即展示国家的特色。世界博览会上的优秀作品数不胜数,例如帕克斯顿(Joseph Paxton)设计的水晶宫、古斯塔夫·埃菲尔(Gustave Eiffel)设计的艾菲尔铁塔,以及密斯(Mies)的巴塞罗那德国馆。

由于这些作品背后的重要历史意义,因此世博会的临时建筑不仅需要创新,同时也要能代表整个国家。


历史

直到20世纪初,世界博览会的重点仍是表达国家之间的和谐友好,同时展示参与国的先进技术。在二十世纪期间,人们似乎更加关注文化交流的重要性,创造更美好的未来。自20世纪90年代以来,参与国和东道国都充分利用了这些活动的巨大影响力,各个国家都通过别致的国家馆来提升其国际形象。因此,世博会是这三个要素的结合,向世界展示先进的科技,促进文化交流,提升参展国家和主办国的互动。


挑战

Archstorming邀请相关人员在世界博览会上设计代表您所在国家(或您选择的国家)的展馆。展馆场地面积不大于10000平方米,唯一的限制是其技术可行性。

项目目标是建立具有教育意义的展馆,向世界展示每个国家的优势,利用世界博览会的国际知名度来提升国家形象。

你能为你的祖国建造一座代表性建筑吗?

展馆的设计理念和功能因每个设计师而异。因此多年来,世界上的优秀展馆案例数不胜数,覆盖面也非常广泛,例如自然、动物、美食、可持续发展、先进技术等。

关于该设计,参赛者应当酌情设计最为适宜的建筑。但无论如何,此类建筑的功能都大体相同,其中包括:展厅、餐厅、酒吧、商店、洗手间、花园、办公室等。

本次比赛的评审团都曾在不同的世界博览会上负责设计本国的展馆。


时间安排

提前注册开放时间:4月18日(注册费用:40欧元/队)
提前注册关闭时间:5月23日(注册费用:40欧元/队)
正常注册开放时间:5月24日(注册费用:60欧元/队)
正常注册关闭时间:6月20日(注册费用:60欧元/队)
最迟注册开放时间:6月21日(注册费用:80欧元/队)
作品提交截止时间:7月18日
获奖者公布时间:8月1日


评审团

Benedetta Tagliabue - EMBT
设计作品:西班牙馆 – 2010年上海世博会
来自:巴塞罗那(西班牙)

James Biber – Biber Architects
设计作品:美国馆 - 2015年米兰世博会
来自:纽约(美国)

Miguel Izaguirre - SLOT
设计作品:墨西哥馆 - 2010年上海世博会
来自:墨西哥城(墨西哥)

Linna和Tarik - Oualalou + Choi
设计作品:摩洛哥馆 - 2015年米兰世博会
来自:卡萨布兰卡(摩洛哥)

PállHjaltason - PlúsArkitektar
设计作品:冰岛馆 – 2010年上海世博会
来自:雷克雅未克(冰岛)

Ondrej和Michal - CHYBIK + KRISTOF
设计作品:捷克馆 - 2015年米兰世博会
来自:布尔诺(捷克共和国)

Francesco Iodice - iodicearchitetti
设计作品:意大利馆 – 2010年上海世博会
来自:Aversa(意大利)

Markus Heinsdorff - Heindsdorff
设计作品:德国之家 – 2010年上海世博会
来自:Steinkirchen(德国)


奖励

第一名:4000欧元+证书
第二名:1000欧元+证书
第三名:500欧元+证书
人气奖:200欧元+证书
10项荣誉提名奖

竞赛网站:https://www.archstorming.com/info.html

Submission: July 18, 2018
Registration:  July 18, 2018
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

The World’s Fair is a fascinating beast. Arising from its first incarnation, The Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace in London in 1851, for more than a century and a half the ‘Expo’ has moved around the world operating on essentially the same original principle – an opportunity to show off your country’s wares. It’s an amazing history from Joseph Paxton’s first Palace, to Gustave Eiffel’s Tower, to Mies’ architecture-changing German Pavilion in Barcelona.
With all this weighty history behind them, the temporary buildings of the Expo carry both the expectation for innovation and the heavy burden of representing a whole country.

• history •
Until the beginning of the 20th century, the Universal Expositions were focused on trade and on showing the technological advances of the participating countries. During the twentieth century they focused more on the importance of cultural exchange to build a better future for humanity. Finally, since the 1990s, both the participating nations and the host nation have used the enormous visibility and media impact of these events to improve the international image of their countries by building spectacular national pavilions. The current exhibitions combine these three elements and present the world with new scientific and technological advances, promote cultural exchange and promote participating countries and hosts.

• challenge •
Archstorming is calling for proposals to design the pavilion that would represent your country (or the one you choose) in a Universal Exposition. The pavilion must be located on a plot of a maximum of 10,000 m2 and the only limitation is its technical viability.
The objective is to build a didactic pavilion that could show the world the best of each country taking advantage of the international visibility of a Universal Exposition, using its architecture to improve the image of your nation.
Will you be able to build a building that will become the next icon of your country?
The motto and use of the pavilions vary according to each designer. Therefore, over the years we have been able to find multiple examples that have covered all types of topics, such as nature, fauna, gastronomy, sustainability, technical advances, …
Regarding the program, participants will have the discretion to use the one if fits best for their building. In any case, these types of pavilions usually share a similar program, which may include: exhibition halls, restaurants, bars, shops, bathrooms, gardens, offices, etc.
The jury of the present contest stands out for having been responsible for designing the pavilions of their country in different Universal Expositions.

• shedule •
APRIL 18th EARLY REGISTRATION OPENS(40€/team)*
MAY 23rd EARLY REGISTRATION CLOSES(40€/team)*
MAY 24th REGULAR REGISTRATION OPENS(60€/team)*
JUNE 20th REGULAR REGISTRATION CLOSES60€/team)*
JUNE 21st ADVANCED REGISTRATION OPENS(80€/team)*
JULY 18th SUBMISSION DEADLINE
AUGUST 1st WINNERS ANNOUNCED

• jury •
Benedetta Tagliabue – EMBT
Spanish Pavilion – Shanghai 2010
Barcelona (Spain)
James Biber – Biber Architects
USA Pavilion – Milan 2015
New York (USA)
Miguel Izaguirre – SLOT
Mexico Pavilion – Shanghai 2010
Mexico City (Mexico)
Linna and Tarik – Oualalou + Choi
Morocco Pavilion – Milan 2015
Casablanca (Morocco)
Páll Hjaltason – Plús Arkitektar
Iceland Pavilion – Shanghai 2010
Reykjavik (Iceland)
Ondrej and Michal – CHYBIK+KRISTOF
Czech Pavilion – Milan 2015
Brno (Czech Republic)
Francesco Iodice – iodicearchitetti
Italy Pavilion – Shanghai 2010
Aversa (Italy)
Markus Heinsdorff – Heindsdorff
German House – Shanghai 2010
Steinkirchen (Germany)

• AWARDS •
FIRST PRIZE
4.000€+ CERTIFICATE
SECOND PRIZE
1.000€+ CERTIFICATE
THIRD PRIZE
500€+ CERTIFICATE
PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARD               
200€+ CERTIFICATE
10 HONORABLE MENTIONS

competition’s website: https://www.archstorming.com/info.html


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