Camboo Bamboo Landmark Design Challenge

We have announced their 7th international design competition which seeks to find an innovative design proposal for a landmark pavilion structure made from bamboo.

Category Project Competition
Type International, Project, Open, Single-Stage
Genre Material, Pavilion
Country Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Registration Deadline 3 March 2017 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 17 March 2017 (via Online) GoogleCal
Eligibility All

Description
Building Trust are very excited to announce the launch of the 7th Building Trust design competition. The competition entitled 'Camboo' challenges architects, designers and engineers to submit an innovative design proposal for a landmark pavilion structure made from bamboo. The bamboo piece will be the centre of a Bamboo Festival Building Trust are hosting in Phnom Penh, Cambodia this March.
The competition challenges architects, designers and engineers to provide a design solution which has the chance to shape the future of building with bamboo globally.
Contestants should consider the versatility of bamboo as a building material, how design and construction of the proposal can stimulate the local economy, use of the pavilion during the festival and overall aesthetics. Building Trust international will work alongside competition partners, local government and the winning team to build the winning pavilion design this March.

Jury
The Jury for this International competition will be comprised of both professionals and interested parties.
Full jury yet to be announced, but will include: Key members of the Building Trust international team and local skilled bamboo workers.

Prize
1st prize: We will build the winning design as the centre piece to the CAMBOO: 2017 bamboo festival.
There will also be 9 honourable mentions.

Entry Fee
Advance Registration : £50 (23rd Jan - 5th Feb)
Final Registration: £75 (6th Feb - 3rd March)

Timetable
Announcement of winners: 20th March 2017

Links
Past winners

Organizer
Building Trust

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