Gdansk University of Technology, Poland: Magnet Group
Architecture students: Magdalena Jurewicz
Architecture faculty: Andrzej Prusiewicz
Theatre students: Agata Jewstafiew
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Adaptable Arts
Architecture students: Dan Makouske, Ryan Menghe
Theatre students: Kelly Crandal, Megs Zintek
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Spaces of the Mainstage
Architecture students: Bryan Diehl, Marie Dupain
Theatre students: Kelly Crandal, Megs Zintek, Justin Peters
|Category||Idea Competition / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International Architecture Students Competition|
|RegDeadline||30 October 2007 GoogleCal iCal|
|16 January 2008 (Must be Received)|
|Eligibility||“Team” composed of theatre students currently enrolled in a college or university theatre program and architectural students enrolled in an accredited school of architecture.|
Each team member has a defined responsibility. The theatre students will act as the “Client” and the architectural students as the “Designer”. The “Client” is responsible to teach the “Designer” about the workings and artistry of Theatre! The solution MUST be the result of a “Conversation” between the “Client” and “Designer”. History proves the most successful theatre design solutions take into account all aspects and needs of theatre production, artist presentation and audience interaction.
Architect, Joseph Valerio FAIA, Valerio Dewalt Train Associates
Acoustician, R. Lawrence Kirkegaard, FASA, Kirkegaard Associates
Theatre Consultant, Robert Shook, ASTC, SchulerShook Theatre Consultants
One-Stage, Anonymous Competition
The three Finalists will each be awarded $1000.00 (one thousand dollars) to assist in travel to Houston.
The First Place Team will be awarded an additional $500.00 (five hundred dollars).
The Design should be presented as a single display, minimum size 42” high x 60” wide. Display should be at least 2 panels but no more than 4 panels mounted on 1/8” foam core.
The Design Process is to be documented in an accompanying Brochure of 11”x 17” sheets, not more than 6 pages. The “Team” can use text, photos, drawings to show the meetings and “Client” - “Designer” relationship. The “Team Name” must be on each sheet.
Judging and selection of the Winning Team: March 21, 2008
The Architectural Commission of the United States Institute for Theater & Technology