Paris 2009


1st Prize
Andrew Fortune, Isaac Cobo i Displ, Daniel Coll i Copdevila

2nd Prize
XML, Max Cohen De Lara, David Muder Van Der Vegt

3rd Prize
Walter Schez, Dario Rodruez

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For the Competition, We proposes the new school of dance for the Moulin Rouge, the most famous cabaret in the world and a symbol of what is an important aspect of Parisian life.

Category Idea Competition / Competition Result / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Complex
Country Paris, France
Registration Deadline 30 July 2009 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 10 August 2009 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

The Moulin Rouge, known throughout the world for its cancan dancers, has always provided a magnificent show for its audiences, and the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec immortalized it all, from Valentin-le-Desosse and Goulues Quadrille to Redoutes and Operattas, from Colette to Mistinguett. The Moulin Rouge has been restored and redecorated by the best interior architects and designers several times during the last 100 years, and it is located in the district of Pigalle.
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec had his studio in Pigalle, as did other artists like Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh and Maurice Neumont. It was also the home of the Grande Guignol Theater, which closed in 1962 but remains an important historical monument. For a long time, this neighborhood has been popular as a meeting place for the most daring sections of the public, attracted by its cabarets and nudist bars.

Julien Rousseau (FRANCE, Architect / First Prize - New York 2007, Tower Museum in Manhattan)
Jean Luc Pehau Ricau (FRANCE, Moulin Rouge-Communication director of Moulin Rouge)
Patrick Le Mahe (FRANCE, Philosopher and Director of communication)

1st Prize: US $ 3,000 and 2 flights to Paris to attend the awards ceremony and the exhibition and Accommodation for 3 nights for 2 people in the city of Paris, A guided visit and architectural tour
2nd Prize: US $ 1,000 3rd Prize and 9 HONORABLE MENTIONS: Publication

Entry Fee
Early bird: US $ 100.00 (from May 1st to May 28th 2009)
Registration: US $ 150.00 (from May 29th to June 29th 2009)
Late Registration: US $ 200.00 (from June 30th to July 30th 2009)

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Jury Evaluations: August 11st to August 20th, 2009
Winners Announced: August 21st, 2009
Paris Exhibition: September, 2009


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