Author: Honsa, Jesse Foster, Switzerland
Coauthors: Mahoney, Gregory John, United States
Author: Kyriakou, Kyriakos , Greece
Coauthors: Krimizi, Sofia , Greece
Author: JIMENEZ INIESTA, DAVID , Spain
Coauthors: INIESTA, JAVIER JIMENEZ, Spain
|Category||Idea Competition / Open to Students / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous|
|RegDeadline||8 February 2011 GoogleCal iCal|
|8 February 2011 (via Online)|
|Eligibility||The professionals and students in Architecture, Humanities, Design, Landscape Architecture or Arts|
The Zagreb Society of Architects is launching the first of four architectural competitions for this year’s Think Space cycle. For this year’s annual cycle, the main theme connecting all four competitions is Borders.
Holistic clouds will not only end the alienating division between life-leisure-work but will transform all peripheries into centers.
Central peripheries and peripheral centralities are existing conditions within contemporary understandings of the city. New systems of mobility, communication and capital management have produced a multiplicity of states of centrality and isolation in social and spatial terms beyond nineteenth century ideas of center and periphery or production-work-leisure-living. Urban Borders asks for submissions that are able to bring together different notions of centrality and periphery into play and problematize existing living conditions within urban scenarios.
Shohei Shigematsu (Director of OMA New York)
First Award: 1,000 EUR
Second Award: 700 EUR
Third Award: 350 EUR
220 HRK / 30EUR
One A2 sized board (landscape oriented) or a bound research booklet
Results publishement: 8 March 2011 on the official Think Space website
The Zagreb Society of Architects