New Paris Courthouse International Competition

The international architectural design competition for the new Paris Courthouse in Paris

Category Project Competition
Type International Architecture Project Competition
Genre Administration
Country France
RegDeadline 29 May 2007 GoogleCal iCal
29 May 2007
Eligibility Architects

The international architectural design competition for the new Paris Courthouse (TGI) on the Tolbiac site of the ZAC Paris Rive Gauche (mixed development zone) was launched by the Etablissement Public du Palais de Justice de Paris (EPPJP) on March 28, 2007.

This competition includes a preliminary selection of designers. An international jury will select the candidates. In view of the challenges raised by this exceptional project for French Justice and Paris, the EPPJP chose to give this competition a wide scope matching its high ambition. Therefore, 10 to 12 architect/engineer teams will be selected by the jury taking into consideration the suitability of their skills, references and means to the requirements of the new TGI project.

EPPJP (Etablissement Public du Palais de Justice de Paris)

Not yet announced

Competition Type
This competition is "restricted". The competition design stage will be preceded by a prequalification stage in which 10 to 12 entrants will be selected.

Each entrant selected to compete will be granted a 250,000 EURO fee (excluding tax)

Entry Fee

Deadline for receipt of prequalification documents: 29 May 2007, at5:00 p. m., Paris time
July for selecting pre-qualified teams: summer 2007
Deadline for receipt of design competition entries: end of 2007
July for selecting winner(s): beginning of 2008

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