ARQUITECTURA / ICONO URBANO International Competition

Result

FIRST PRIZE
GWENAEL MASSOT. Paris, France.

SECOND PRIZE
EDUARDO AUDIRAC FLORES, FERNANDO FABRE HERRERÍAS y HÉCTOR
FERRÓN ARENAS. Puebla, Mexico.

THIRD PRIZE
OSCAR COMPANY TRILLA and JOEL PADROSA REDONDO. Barcelona, Spain.

HONORABLE MENTION
PETER STRZEBNIOK, ZACK JOHNSON, ED MARINKO. San Francisco, USA.
DAVID JAIME RUÍZ and SOFÍA CHAPA IBARGÜENGOITIA. Mexico City, Mexico.

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Overview

This competition challenges to all architects and architecture students to propose new architecture next to the new urban icon in the Guadalajara City: Jorge Matute Remus Bridge and Park.

Category Idea Competition / Competition Result / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Complex
Country Guadalajara, Mexico
Registration Deadline 15 July 2011 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 15 July 2011 (via Online)
Eligibility All

Description
Today’s cities are transforming into icons. Today’s architects design our environment with the idea of transforming the way we use it, no matter how or where.
The basico program starts from the idea of generating the most quantity of marketable or profitable area of the uses that may be the most compatible with the site: Housing, Retail and Offices.
The total estate’s surface is 3,904.85 square meters, the available area for building is 2,841.18 square meters, due to the municipal regulations specify a restriction gap locally called «servidumbre», which are marked in the following graphic.

Jury
Not yet announced

Prize
1st Prize: $30,000
The winning project will be subject to a management process to private groups of investors and local authorities.
2nd Prize: $20,000
3rd Prize: $15,000

Entry Fee
The early registration cost: USD $80 (1 July 2011)
The late registration cost: USD $95

Entries
ONE image in JPG format, 4,200 pixels by 3,600 pixels

Timetable
Jury deliberation: through July 25th. 2011
Winners announced: July 28th. 2011

Organizer
CoARQ

Official Website
http://www.coarq.net/index.php

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