Elisa Mansutti and Luca Pavarin, Italy
Ken Chun Kit Yeung, Jack Sze Ho Choi, Tor Johnny Dahl and Vanessa Chiau Wei Chong
Research Associate and Graduate of Architecture, the University of Western Australia.
Member of the Design Institute of Australia
M. Sc. Architecture and Design, Aalborg University, Denmark
B Des (Arch), B Arch (Hns), Registered Architect, New South Wales, Australia
|Category||Project Competition / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Project, Open|
|RegDeadline||1 July 2010 GoogleCal iCal|
|14 July 2010 (via Online) GoogleCal|
|Eligibility||Applicants can be of any age, but must have graduated from a course in a design-related field within the past five years.|
You must create an exciting and original structure employing ‘green’ technologies and principles to solve the urgent need for shelter in remote areas and communities at times of disaster or distress.
Through innovative and challenging design that transcends, extends and critiques current building practices, the winning Pavilion Project entry will present a viable solution to providing economical and environmentally friendly shelter by fusing art and architecture.
The pavilion should be:
- deliverable, when mass produced, to developing countries for a maximum cost of US$12,000 (AUD$14,700)
- about 100sqm in size.
Winthrop Professor Geoffrey London, Professor of Architecture, UWA.
Richard Hassell, WOHA, Singapore
Sean Godsell, Sean Godsell Architects, Melbourne
Abbie Galvin, BVN Architecture, Sydney
Peter Corrigan, Edmond and Corrigan, Melbourne
The winning pavilion will be built at the University and will be on display during the Perth International Arts Festival in February 2011.
Travel and accommodation in Perth during construction, will be offered to the winning graduate architect or designer, along with US$10,000 (AUD$12,290) and a mentorship with a Western Australian-based architectural firm.
One A1 presentation panel in horizontal format (841mm x 594mm), submitted as a PDF file. No hard copies, digital submissions only.
Winner announced: 28 July 2010
The winning design is to be built for and launched during the UWA Centenary celebration dinner: 16 February 2011
The University of Western Australia