|Type||International, Project, Open|
|RegDeadline||26 August 2014 GoogleCal iCal|
|26 August 2014 GoogleCal|
|Eligibility||Construction companies with the domestic and overseas excellent architects|
Being the capital of culture, Tainan City holds profound arts culture. To promote the development of Tainan’s fine arts culture and industry, Tainan city government planning to build a fine art museum consisting of both national standard and local cultural features. Government intent to provide professional aesthetic exhibition facilities and supreme cultural environments in order to create a developing platform for local culture and hoping to drive the researches on arts, literature and history as well as the development of future arts in Tainan.
Building Tainan Museum of Fine Arts is a turnkey project, and for this project, the construction budget is approximately NT$1,780 million. The Tainan City Government is expecting to build a public museum of art with features of green environment, promotion of arts ducation, tourism, recreation and local arts display.
We sincerely welcome the domestic and overseas construction companies and excellent architects to participate the design competition, and join the centurial important cultural project for Tainan City.
Fumio Nanjo, Director of the Mori Art Museum, Japan
Herman Kossmann, Founder Partner of Kossman DeJong Exhibition Architects, Netherlands
Luís Ybarra Gutiérrez, Principal Architect of EDDEA Architecture, Spain
Marc Zehntner, Director of Vitra Design Museum, Germany
Norihide Imagawa, CEO of TIS ＆ PARTNERS Structural Engineering office, Japan
Hsiang-Liu, Wang, Vice General Manager (retired) of MAA Engineering Consultants Co., Ltd.
Kuang-Ting, Wu, Associate Professor of Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Man-Li, Lin, Professor of Department of Arts and Design, National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan
Shing-Tao, Chang, Professor of Department of Civil Engineering, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Jing-Yao, Chang, Architect of JYCArchitect, Taiwan
Chao-Ching, Fu, Distinguished Professor of Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Mei-Ling, Chen, Secretary General of Tainan City Government, Taiwan
Hui-Tung, Chen, Convener of Preparatory Committee for Tainan Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan
Second prize winner will be awarded NT$1.5 million incentive money;
Third prize winner will be awarded NT$1 million incentive money;
the fourth and fifth prize winner will be awarded NT$800,000 incentive money.
Tender awarding announcement: 2014/9/5
Tainan City Government Cultural Affairs