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TIMBER IN THE CITY 3: Urban Habitats Competition

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提交日期:2019年4月3日
注册日期:2019年4月3日
语言:英语
定位:概念型
奖励:请参阅下面的详细信息
类型:国际开放式创意大赛

2018-2019学年第三届建筑学院联合会(The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture ——ACSA)城市中的木材:城市栖息地竞赛。该竞赛由Binational Softwood木材委员会(BSLC),ACSA和Parsons设计学院的建筑环境学院(SCE)合作举办。主办方邀请学生、在职专业人员参赛,思考现有城市可再生资源的重新利用,设计低成本建筑,使用木质材料进行创新,以及设计健康的生活和工作环境。

这是本次城市系列中的第三次竞赛,今年的重点是住房、健康、幼儿教育和气候变化之间的相互关系。


竞赛内容

该竞赛要求参赛者重新构思纽约皇后区的海滨场所,这里充满活力,为城市未来提供健康、生态的生活方式。

参赛者可以使用木结构的各种形式探寻生态建筑,因此需要设计一座中高层综合体,其中包括经济适用房、大型社区健康设施和幼儿教育中心,这些功能将与外部公共海滨空间相互融合。参赛者面临的挑战是在场地中构思建筑系统,充分利用木材的各项特征,并鼓励参赛者将该场地视为社会、材质和环境进步和创新模型的试验区。共同创造可持续的城市生活。

通过这项综合用途开发项目,主办方希望参赛者创造性和批判性地思考建筑材料的构成方式,以及室内空间与外部环境的相互关系,还有对城市健康的长期影响。环境、住宅是竞赛设计中最大的组成部分,同时还应当密切关注木材建筑对于小型单元建筑的功能作用。社区健康和体育设施是住宅的辅助功能,同时,大型社区和集体空间则需要较大的结构跨度。另外,还需要为刚出生6个星期至5岁的儿童设立幼儿教育中心,并且充分考虑这些基础设施与社区之间的关系。

第三届“城市中的木材”(TIMBER IN THE CITY),设计场地位于皇后区, Queensborough / Ed Koch大桥以南,俯瞰东河,人们可以欣赏到罗斯福岛和曼哈顿的景色,场地位于自治市区内的多功能滨水开发区域,其中包括南部正在进行的Hunters Point和Annabel盆地项目,场地向南延伸到布鲁克林区,向北延伸到布朗克斯区。这些经济适用房与北部的NYCHA Queensbridge 住宅开发形成鲜明对比,NYCHA Queensbridge 住宅建于1939年,是北美最大的公共住宅区。同时,它与邻近的Queensbridge公园,反映了当地近百年的生活、建筑和景观理念,而这些理念也需要在本次竞赛中综合考虑。场地的功能混合多样,空间范围较为充足,同时它也是开发项目的首个重要步骤。因此参赛者需要考虑后期的扩建项目,从而充分地利用项目场地。


木材

本次竞赛中,参赛者应当说明、创新和设计多种建筑系统方法,重点是对木材的真实性创新设计。几千年来,木材已成为不可缺少的建筑材料。现代木材产品和系统极大地扩展了这种材料的用途范围。同时,木材也是一种理想的绿色建筑材料,它非常适合各种结构构件和美学应用,它有着很高的经济效益和高强度和能源效率,同时也是维护森林和提高农村就业机会的经济驱动力。


时间安排

竞赛公布日期:2018年5月
“建设木材城市”会议开启日期:2018年10月4日和5日
报名截止日期:2019年4月3日
作品提交截止日期:2019年5月22日
评审团评审日期:2019年5月至6月
获奖名单公布日期:2019年7月


奖励

获奖学生及其指导教师,将获得赞助商总额为40000美元的现金奖励。竞赛设计评审会将于2019年夏季举行会议,选出获奖项目和荣誉奖。获奖学生及其指导教师届时将收到竞赛结果。获奖作品名单将在ACSA网站(www.acsa-arch.org)上公布。

一等奖学生10000美元,指导教师7000美元
二等奖学生8000美元,指导教师5000美元
三等奖学生6000美元,指导教师4000美元


评判标准

评审标准包括:木材在设计方案中创新性地使用,对周围环境的呼应、创新和绿色设计策略、以木材为核心材料的城市多功能环境的表达、基本建筑概念的结合,如人类活动需求、结构完整性和建筑表达的连贯性。

竞赛网站:http://www.acsa-arch.org/programs-events/competitions/2018-2019-timber-in-the-city

Submission: April 03, 2019
Registration: April 03, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: International Open Ideas Competition

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) is pleased to announce TIMBER IN THE CITY 3: Urban Habitats Competition for the 2018-2019 academic year. The competition is a partnership between the Binational Softwood Lumber Council (BSLC), ACSA and the School of Constructed Environments (SCE) at Parsons School of Design. The program is intended to engage students, working individually or in teams to imagine the repurposing of our existing cities with sustainable buildings from renewable resources, offering expedient affordable construction, innovating with new and traditional wooden materials, and designing healthy living and working environments.
This is the third competition in this TIMBER IN THE CITY series, and focuses this year on the interrelationship between housing, healthy, early childhood education and climate change.

THE CHALLENGE

The competition challenges participants to re-imagine a vacant waterfront site in Queens, New York, as a vibrant and vanguard model of healthy, biophilic living for the future of the city.
Embracing new structural and ecological possibilities of wood construction, entrants will design a mid-rise, mixed-use complex that includes affordable housing, a large community wellness facility, and an early childhood education center, all interlaced with a new exterior public waterfront space. Entrants are challenged to propose construction systems in scenarios that draw optimally on the performance characteristics of not one but a variety of wood technologies, and are encouraged to think about the site as a testing ground for socially, materially, and environmentally progressive and innovative models of sustainable urban living.
The programs for this mixed-use development are composed to challenge students and educators to think creatively and critically about the way in which choices about building materials, and the interrelationship of interior space and the exterior environments frame long- term consequences for the health of urban environments. Housing is the largest component of the competition program and presents an opportunity to look closely at the way timber construction can be used effectively in creating buildings based on smaller cellular units. A community wellness and sports facility complements the housing, and offers larger community and collective spaces that will require larger structural spans. An early childhood education center, for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old, calls attention to the critical role these institutions play in the long-term vitality and development of a community.
This third edition of the TIMBER IN THE CITY considers a site in Queens, just south of the Queensborough/Ed Koch Bridge. Overlooking the east river, with views to Roosevelt Island and Manhattan, the vacant site can be understood as a segment within a larger chain of mixed-use waterfront development in the Borough, including the Hunters Point and Annabel Basin projects underway to the south, and stretching south to Brooklyn and north to the Bronx. These new approaches to affordable housing stands in contrast to the NYCHA Queensbridge Housing development to the north. Constructed in 1939, it is one of the largest public housing complex in North America. Along with the adjacent Queensbridge Park, it reflects nearly century-old ideals of living, construction, affordable housing, and landscape which will be reconsidered and re-imagined in this competition. This site has a unique mixed-use zoning designation and an ample allowable FAR, which the competition program does not maximize. Instead, it is to be considered the first of a phased development of this significant site. Competitors are required to anticipate the future phased build-out of this site to utilize the full FAR as a condition of the competition design.

TIMBER
The competition challenges participants to interpret, invent, and deploy numerous methods of building systems, with a focus on innovations in wood design on a real site. For thousands of years, solid wood has been used as a building material. Modern timber products and systems have greatly expanded the potential uses of this historic material. Timber is an ideal green building material: it is well suited for a broad range of structural and aesthetic applications, it offers economical construction and high performance characteristics in strength and energy efficiency, and wood is an economic driver to maintain forests and protect jobs in rural communities.

SCHEDULE

Competition Announced:May 2018
Conference on Building Timber Cities:October 4 and 5, 2018
Registration Deadline:April 3, 2019
Submission Deadline :May 22, 2019
Jury:May-June 2019
Winners Announced :July 2019

AWARDS
Winning students and their faculty sponsors, will receive cash prizes totaling $40,000. The design jury will meet in the summer of 2019 to select winning projects and honorable mentions. Winners and their faculty sponsors will be notified of the competition results directly. A list of winning projects will be posted on the ACSA website (www.acsa-arch.org).
1st Prize        Student $10,000        Faculty Sponsor $7,000
2nd Prize        Student $8,000        Faculty Sponsor $5,000
3rd Prize        Student $6,000        Faculty Sponsor $4,000

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING

Criteria for the judging of submissions will include: timber/wood as the primary structural material, creative and innovative use of timber/ wood in the design solution, successful response of the design to its surrounding context, the creative and clear approaches to designing a healthy urban mixed-use environment with timber as a central material, successful response to basic architectural concepts such as human activity needs, structural integrity, and coherence of architectural vocabulary.

competition’s website: http://www.acsa-arch.org/programs-events/competitions/2018-2019-timber-in-the-city

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