Rome City Vision


87 entries from 22 countries

1st prize
Massimiliano Marian, Andrea Cassi, Biella, Italy

2nd prize
Janghwan Cheon, Nay Soe, Matthew Conway, Felipe Colin, Lincoln, USA

3rd prize
Valentina Andriulli, Antonia De Angelis, Rome, Italy

Honourable mention
Pietro Bellucci, Leila Bochicchio, Eliana Capiato, Rome, ITALY

Gabay Matthieu, Maciocci Guido, Rome, ITALY

Hye jin Jeon, Cho hae Park, Ji eun Hong, Seung buk Gu, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

Milena Farina, Mariella Annese, Rome, ITALY

Riccardo Nannola, Livia Paolucci, Rome, ITALY

Lebreton Jean-Sebastien , Mariambourg Charles, Paris, FRANCE

Deniza Radulova, Radostina Radulova, Stuttgart, GERMANY

Luigi Centola con, Pia D’Angelo, Alessandro di Prisco, Maura Gravagnuolo, Melanie Iorio, Domenico Manzion, Francesco Rizzo, Giulio Sterbini, Salerno, ITALY

Francisco J. Pavón Fernández, Malaga, SPAIN

FARM prize will be announced before the FARM cultural park inauguration, 25th june 2010

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This is an ideas competition, which challenges architects, engineers, designers, students and creatives individuals to develop visionary urban proposals with the intention of stimulating and supporting the contemporary city, in this case Rome.

Category Idea Competition / Open to Students / Competition Result
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Urban
Country Rome, Italy
RegDeadline 28 May 2010 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
2 June 2010 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

The Italian city manifests a consistent absence of Contemporary Urban Planning and relatively ineffective architectural intervention. The objective of the competition is to drive your imagination, by the use of new materials, echo- technologies, parametric software and territorial organizations for a future vision of the city of Rome. Globalization, environmental concerns, the future historiography of the city, adaptability and emerging digital practices are some of the elements that should be taken into consideration.
The Planning Proposal can re-assess a significant monument, road, district or better still the whole city. For this reason there are no restrictions of site, program or dimension of the project. The goal is to give maximum freedom, with the intention of achieving the most innovative and provocative proposals. Proposals should aim to augment and stimulate the urban inhabitance and experience of the ordinary person. The proposed planning, should support and integrate itself environmentally, seeking to create and improve a unified relationship between the city and its’ cultural behavior.

J. Mayer H. (J. Mayer H. Architects, Berlin)
Francesco Lipari (OFL architecture, Rome)
Francesco Gatti (3 Gatti Architecture Studio, Shanghai)
Felipe Escudero (MAD project manager, Beijing)
Michael Caton (Michael Caton Architecture, Abu Dhabi)

1st place: € 1500
2nd place: € 600
3rd place: € 400
4 Honorable Mentions

Special prize of € 1000 in order to promote architecture and contemporary art related to the ongoing project for the new cultural district in the city of Favara (AG).

Entry Fee
Early registration deadline: 50€ (before the 26th April, 2010)

2 A2 board and technical/written report in A4 (maximum 2 pages)

Announcement of results: 15th June 2010 at

City Vision Magazine

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