The Europe’s Become


カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ
タイプ International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Landscape, Public, Sustainability
開催地 Europe
登録締切日 15 December 2012 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 15 January 2013 (via Online) GoogleCal
応募資格 All applicants must have reached the adult age in their own country at the date of May 21st, 2012.

The resource to overturn the tendency of Europe to make their people feel distant to compete for “being happy to be European” can be well represented today by the creativity and talent of young artists and professionals.
Atelier PAEMA, Urban Protected Area, has launched in Rome on May 21st 2012, at the Representative Office of the European Parliament in Italy, the international competition of ideas: “The Europe’s Become – architectural ideas, creative and artistic expressions for the conservation of the future of Europe “, with the patronage of the European Commission in Italy. This competition concludes a series of five meetings for Europe.
The competition represents the summary of these five meetings and aims to strengthen the dialogue between East and West, North and South, focusing on intercultural awareness as the other human face of globalization. It is an initiative open to those who feel actual the theme of “the Europe’s become” and that wish to promote the cultural heritage through an active experience, playing not only a role of passive witnesses of the different stages of the European path.
It is in this context that are called proposals of architectural design, as well as creative and artistic ones.

Stefan Behnisch (Architect, Behnisch Architekten)
Dennis Crompton (Architect, Archigram)
Gabriele Del Mese (Engineer, Arup consultant)
Mariangela Falà (Vice President of Atelier PAEMA)
Ruggero Lenci (Architect, RL Space Lab)
Carme Pinós (Architect, Estudio Carme Pinós)
Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi (Architect, President of AIAC, Italian Assoc. of Architecture and Critic)
Franco Purini (Architect, Studio Purini-Thermes)
Adèle Naudé Santos (Architect, Dean of the School of Architecture and Urban Planning at MIT)
Claudio Strinati (Art Critic)
An architect designated or approved by UIA (International Union of Architects)

1st place: € 10,000
2nd place: € 5,000
3rd place: € 2,000
4th, 5th and 6th place honorable mention
From 7th to 15th mention of merit
From 16th to 30th suitable

Entry Fee
€ 60

Two drawings in A2 and a written report containing only text of maximum 3,000 characters

Announcement of the anonymous ranking on the web site: 20th March, 2013
Announcement of the ranking on the web site: 31th March, 2013

Atelier PAEMA

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