Nodeul Dream Island Space/ Facility Construction International Design Competition

ソウル市ノドゥル島に、延床1万平米に400〜500席を有するホールと、7千平米の文化施設、200席の多目的ホールを建設する実施コンペで、門戸が広い。審査員には山本理顕が含まれる。

カテゴリ 実施コンペ
タイプ International, Project, Architect, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Culture-Centre
開催地 Seoul, Korea
登録締切日 6 May 2016 GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 26 May 2016 (Must be Postmarked) GoogleCal
応募資格 All professionals in architecture, landscape, and urban design

Description
This competition will be proceeded in three parts: the first Operation Concept Competition, the second Operation Planning/Facility Concept Competition, and the third Space/Facility Construction Competition.
The Operation Concept Competition (1st competition) takes place to select various and creative proposals. This stage asks what kind of dream of society we image and in what form the society can be realized in this island. As our society is not consist with specific professions, it is opened to everyone who is interested in humanities, society, and environment, and their cooperation organization. This is a phase which requires imagination of Gyun Heo, Ji-won Park, or Gil-dong Hong of our time. Multiple proposals will be selected to advance to the next phase, Operation Planning/Facility Concept Competition.
The Operation Planning/Facility Concept Competition (2nd competition) is holding to select the most outstanding and realizable proposal and the operator who will run this proposal based on the multiple selected proposals from the previous competition. Specific programs, which can discover the value of Nodeul Island and realize it, realistically operable organizational system, and financial plan needs to be proposed. The operation plan proposal needs to be confirmed that it is financially self-sufficient and sustainable plan as additional investment from Seoul should be none or minimized after the completion. In addition, basic space utilization concept plan should be reviewed and verified.
The Operation Planning/Facility Concept Competition (2nd competition) is holding to select the most outstanding and realizable proposal and the operator who will run this proposal based on the multiple selected proposals from the previous competition. Specific programs, which can discover the value of Nodeul Island and realize it, realistically operable organizational system, and financial plan needs to be proposed. The operation plan proposal needs to be confirmed that it is financially self-sufficient and sustainable plan as additional investment from Seoul should be none or minimized after the completion. In addition, basic space utilization concept plan should be reviewed and verified.
The Space/Facility Design Competition (3rd competition) is in a format that architecture, landscape, and urban related experts involve and proceed. The purpose is to select a reasonable and specific space utilization proposal which realize selected proposal from Operation Planning/Facility Concept Competition while fully satisfy expected level for scenery required for the city. The most outstanding proposal which translate social imagination into spatial imagination will be the prizewinner and Nodeul Island will be constructed per that proposal. And that will be our Nodeul Dream Island.

Jury
Min Hyunsik (South Korea) Architect | KIOHUN Architects and Associates
Ohn Yeongte (South Korea) architecture department of Kyunghee University
Jeong Wookju (South Korea) Landscape Architect, Professor | Seoul National University
Choi Moongyu (South Korea) Architect, Professor | Yonsei University
Choi Shinhyun (South Korea) Landscape Architect | Ctopos Co., Ltd.
Florian Beigel (U.K.) Architect, Professor | London Metropolitan University
Riken Yamamoto (Japan) Architect | Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop Co., Ltd.
Deputy Juror: Cho Namho (South Korea) Architect | Soltozibin Architects

Prize
First Prize(One entey) : Design Contract
Second Prize(One entry) : KRW 50 million
Third Prize(One entry) : KRW 30 million
Honorable Mention(No more then four(4) entries) : KRW 5 million each

Entry Fee
USD 100 (KRW 100,000)

Entries
Drawing panels consist of six (6) A1-size (841mmx594mm)
Design Report: 25 pages or less as A3-size
Forms: Design outline, Cost, etc.

Language
Korean or English

Submission Address
(04524) 110, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul, S.Korea
(Urban Regeneration Headquarters, Public development center)

Timetable
Technical Evaluation: 2016. 06. 14.
Main Evaluation and Selection: 2016. 06. 15. ~ 17.
Announcement of Winners: 2016. 06. 20.
Award Ceremony: 2016. 07. 07
Exhibition: 2016. 07. 04. ~ 17.

Organizer
Seoul Metropolitan Government

Official Website

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