Tianjin International Airport

We proposes the design of a new air terminal that can increase the reception capacity of the old airport in Tianjin.

Category Idea Competition / Open to Students
Type International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Transportation
Country Tianjin, China
RegDeadline 15 February 2013 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
28 February 2013 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

Tianjin became a center of urban modernization and internationalism in the early years of the 20th century. Hotels like the Astor received famous guests such as Herbert Hoover and Sun Yat-sen, and one of China’s first lifts was installed there in 1924. Meanwhile, heavy silting of the Haihe River led to construction of a new port at Tanggu, 50 km downriver, as Tianjin lost its character as a major port city. The 1976 Tangshan earthquake caused extensive damage to the city, and it was closed to foreign visitors until repairs were completed. The establishment of the Tianjin Economic and Development Area was a major spur to investment and economic revitalization.
AWR - Architecture Workshop in Rome proposes the design of a new air terminal that can increase the reception capacity of the old airport. The design process must be observed especially by climatic and environmental aspects of the area to explore issues related to sustainability and reducing the environmental impact of such works.

Not yet announced

1st prize: 1500 €
2nd prize: 1000 €
3rd prize: 500 €

Entry Fee
Special registration (December 20, 2012): 50 €
Early registration (January 15, 2013): 75 €
Late registration (February 15, 2013): 100 €

One A1 format board

Jury meeting - Evaluation period begins: March 10, 2013
Winners’ announcement: April 30, 2013

Past winners

AWR - Architecture Workshop in Rome

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