|Type||International, Project, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous|
|RegDeadline||1 October 2013 GoogleCal iCal|
|1 October 2013 (via Online)|
Formation of a closed space for exhibitions, festivals, fairs. Creation of a new pavilion type in the historic center of the city of Yaroslavl, on the site of the old ravine (protected landscape) according to the development program of the museum complex of the city.
The program focuses on local lore and history of the city. A significant portion of the area of the proposed building (80% and more) will be a new exhibition space of the museum of local lore and a museum of history of the city. Until now, these museums are situated in a Holy Transfiguration Monastery.
Note: the maximum height above the existing ground level, the upper edge of the ravine - 2 m
Sergey Yastrebov (The governor of the area, the chairman of the committee)
Andrew Epaneshnikov (Deputy Governor, Deputy Chairman of the Committee)
Alexander Krasnov (Deputy Governor, Deputy Chairman of the Committee)
Nikolay Kudryashov (Professor, Head of the Department of Architecture of Yaroslavl State Technical University, Advisor to the Governor, the Deputy Chairman of the Committee)
Igor Makovetskii (Chairman of the Russian National Committee for World Heritage (UNESCO), the President of the Russian National Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), the deputy chairman of the committee)
Andrew Volkov (Chairman of the urban development department of construction of the Yaroslavl region - the chief architect of the Yaroslavl region, Secretary of the Committee)
1st place: Grand Prix of Yaroslavl International Architecture Biennale, the right to further object design (for the realization of the project),
All projects will be published in the catalog of competitive projects,
The best projects (shortlist) will take part in the exhibition and presentation.
2 plates of 1m × 1m + description A4
English and Russian
The Government of Yaroslavl Region, UNESCO World Heritage Committee, ICOMOS (International Council on Monuments and Sites), Yaroslavl State Technical University