36 projects from 18 different nations were submitted.
Border Architects from the Netherlands
Takeshi Hosaka from Japan
- Patrick Uchal (Slovakia)
- Franz Koppelstätter (Austria)
The projects were presented at a special awards ceremony within the framework of the Architecture Days held at Campus Krems on the 28th of May, 2010.
|Category||Award / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Fellowship, Open, Single-Stage|
|RegDeadline||26 April 2010 GoogleCal iCal|
|26 April 2010 (Must be Postmarked)|
|Eligibility||Architects, artists and other professionals dealing with construction-related tasks, as well as advanced students from around the world|
|Target Field||Both realized projects and realizable design concepts|
Task and assessment criteria
Submitted projects and design concepts should show a sensitive, unusual, new or unexpected use of natural light and highlight its influence on structures of architectural space. Sustainability, design quality, user needs and positive effects on the environment should also be considered. Both realized projects and realizable design concepts can be submitted to the competition.
Arch. DI Georg Bauer / Chairman ORTE Architectural Network Lower Austria
Arch. Erich Bernard / BWM Architekten, Vienna
Arch. Glaßer & Dagenbach / Winners Daylight Spaces Competition 2007
DI Dr. techn. Peter Holzer / Interim. Head of Department for Building and Environment, Danube University Krems
Arch. DI Dr. techn. Renate Hammer, MAS / Head of the Special Field Architecture and Engineering Sciences at the Department for Building and Environment
Arch. DI Gregor Radinger / Program Director of the University Program Daylight Architecture at the Department for Building and Environment
Heinz Hackl / Velux Austria
The prizes are two Artist in Residence study visits for one month each in 2011 in Krems.
The organization AIR artists-in-residence, and ORTE, the architecture network of Lower Austria, are providing the prizes which include:
> Accommodation in studio apartments of AIR artist-in-residence Krems in close proximity to the town of Krems, the historic village of Stein and the Danube University.
> 1000 € grant for each study visitor, sponsored by AIR artist-in-residence.
> Travel costs from the winners’ residences to Krems and back. Provided by Velux Austria and Eckelt Glas.
> The opportunity to use the lightlab of the Department for Building and Environment at Danube University Krems throughout the month’s visit.
A poster presentation of max. 5 A1 posters
Arch. DI Gregor Radinger
Danube University Krems
Department for Building and Environment
Tel.: +43 (0)2732 893-2669
Announcement of the two winning projects: 28th of May, 2010
Danube University Krems