Marco Martínez Pedroni
María Viviana Arteaga Rangel
Roberto Quintana Aguilar
María Fernanda Téllez Velasco
Adiranne Montemayor Alba
Tania Osorio Harp
Alberto Bustamante Gómez Sandoval
|Category||Idea Competition / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage|
|RegDeadline||15 February 2011 GoogleCal iCal|
|24 February 2011 (Must be Received) GoogleCal|
Located on the border with the United States, the cultural duality of Ciudad Juarez makes for an authentic case study of a divided city, with it’s counterpart, El Paso. It is a context with dramatic socioeconomic segregation of a predominately young population where strong economic dynamism, linked to a strong assembling industry, is permeated by insecurity and violence. Its strategic geographic position has both great advantages and disadvantages. It occupies an extensive low-density urban area, the result of an accelerated process of expansion and the absence of an urban center.
The XXII Arquine Competition calls for participants to develop ideas for an architectural intervention in an emblematic part of the city: a Media Park, directed toward young people that contributes to breaking the environment of violence and frustration by activating the semi-abandoned polygon in the PRONAF Zone (National Border Program of Mexico) created in 1961. The projects should create an environment for free and safe interactions that can also be a space for culture and learning. Some of the references for this competition include the library-park in Medellin or the MIT Media Lab within their respective contexts.
Not yet announced
- From October 11, 2010 to December 21, 2010: $900 pesos* (Mexico only), $90 USD (International)
*Includes an annual subscription to the magazine. In Mexico only.
- From December 22, 2010 to February 15, 2011: $1,200 pesos (Mexico), $120 USD (International)
1 CD with: 2 presentation boards 90 cm (tall) x 60 cm (wide)
The jury will meet in Mexico City during the XI International Congress Arquine (March 7, 8, 9, 2011)