Among 25 participants of the 2nd tour there were stars of architecture as well as young promising architects from all over the world. The Jury session was very intensive and lasted 2 days. The winners were announced at Press Conferense on March 25 in Moscow.
The Competition Jury took a decision to share the 1st and the 2nd prizes between 2 participants.
See all projects / All participants list (doc)
Other participants of the 2nd round
Adjaye Associates / Great Britain, London
А+ / Russia, Perm
Coop Himmelb(l)au, Prix, Dreibholz & Partner / Austria, Vienne
Eric Owen Moss Architects / USA, Culver City
Hans Hollein / Austria, Vienne
Kitagawara – Dendra / Japan, Tokyo
LOMA architecture landscape urbanism / Germany, Kassel
Naga Studio Architecture / USA, Los Angeles
Nieto Sobejano / Spain, Madrid
NOX Lars Spuybroek / The Netherlands, Rotterdam
Odile Decq Benoit Cornette Architects and Urban Planners / France, Paris
Tatiana Bilbao / Mexico, Mexico
Vladimir Plotkin / Russia, Moscow
|Category||Project Competition / Competition Result|
|Type||International Architecture Project Competition|
|RegDeadline||10 July 2007 GoogleCal iCal|
|10 July 2007|
The Centre of Contemporary Architecture in Russia is announcing an open architectural competition with international participation for the best architectural concept of a new museum in the city of Perm, where the collections of the Perm Art Gallery would move to.
Perm region is one of the strongest and ambitious in Russia. Its vast territory spans between Europe and Asia, on the boundary between Ural mountains and steppe flatland.
Perm city is the eastern outpost of Europe. Its showplace is Perm State Art Gallery, which is 85 years old in 2007. The pride of the collection is Russian wooden hieratic sculpture of the 18th through 20th centuries. These amazing works of art are on the edge of sculpture and painting, Christianity and Paganism. The collection is unique throughout the museums of the world.
For the first time in Russia it was decided to make a museum a city-forming object, built by ideology and by technologies of 21st century. The new museum should become a city brand, a calling card of the city and region, like the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao by Frank Gehry, Kiasma by Stephen Hall in Helsinki, Graz museum by Peter Cook and CCA by Zaha Hadid in Cincinnati.
Perm administration and Perm Art Gallery
Arata Isozaki / architect / Japan
Alexandr Kudriavzev / President of the Russian Architecture Academy / Russia
Ben van Berkel / architect / Netherlands
Mikail Piotrovski / Director of the State Hermitage museum / Russia
Mikhail Shvydkoy / Head Manager of the Federal Agency of Culture and Cinematography / Russia
Peter Noever / Creative MAK Director / Austria
Peter Zumthor / architect / Switzerland
Oleg Ochepkov / Culture Minister of Perm region / Russia
Sergey Shamarin / Chairman of the Union of Architects in Perm / Russia
Yurii Gnedovskyi /President of the Union of Russian Architects / Russia
First Stage: Open portfolio competition for the right to take part in the second round.
Second Stage: Anonymous competition between 25 selected participants.
1st Prize: $100,000 / 2nd Prize: $70,000 / 3rd Prize: $50,000 / Awards: 8 Special awards $10,000 each
Please submit portfolio, including the following:
-Images of your completed work or graphics, JPG or PDF only
-CV no more than one page, PDF only
Portfolio submission formats: Compressed attachments e-mailed or CD / DVD
Winning entrants will be notified after July 15, 2007 and will receive the competition brief before August 10, 2007
The deadline for submitting competition project is November 10, 2007
The final Jury meeting will take place on December 6, 2007