TOKYO 2010 - Fashion Street in OMOTESANDO Street

コンペ結果 Japanese Flag

1st Prize
Dong Hoon Lee, Arch.Ayaka Tanabe, Arch.Hirofumi Hizume, Arch.Hiroyuki Kano, Arch.

2nd Prize
Simon Bidal, Arch.
Valentin Thevenot

3rd Prize
Yasuhiro Yoshida, Arch.
Masafumi Yanada, Eng.
Yoko Okuyama, Presentation Adviser

Honorable Mention
Alexandre Carpentier, Arch.
Ahmed Belkhodja, Arch.

UNOAUNO SpazioArchitettura
Marino La Torre, Arch.
Alberto Ulisse Arch.
Chiara Pirro
Giulio Mandrillo
Alessandro De Cata, Fashion designer

Adam Zwierzynski, Arch.
Anna Porebska, Arch.

KNEstudio, LLCKevin Erickson, Principal Arch.Johann Rischau, Industrial DesignerBrodie Bricker, Arch.Akira Hirosawa, Arch.Marc Rutzen, Arch.

UNITED KINGDOMAbreowong Etteh, BA (hons), DipArch

Darius ČiutaMartynas PilvelisViktoras MažeikisGintaras Auželis

SOUTH KOREAYou-Chang Jeon, AIA LEED APSeungwook Kim, AIA
Haejun JeongMinjae KimSangbum Son

THE NETHERLANDSTon EversFrank Hooijkaas

Luis FERNANDES, Architect DPLG.

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カテゴリ アイディアコンペ / 学生が参加できるコンペ / コンペ結果
タイプ International, Idea, Open, Single-Stage, Anonymous
ジャンル Museum
開催地 Tokyo, Japan
登録締切日 9 February 2010 (See "Entry Fee" below) GoogleCal iCal
提出締切日 1 March 2010 (via Online) GoogleCal
応募資格 All


Over the past decades, Japan has become a leader society at design and industrial production, but especially at industrial development, which has successfully brought together both Occidental science and technology with Asiatic philosophy and history. Japanese design assumes the service of every aspect of modern life, still being a visual way that expresses universal truths and cultural values, with unique sensibility and mixture. Japan has contributed consistently to improve people’s lifestyles beyond limits, from the design of simple day-to-day use objects up to the most sophisticated ones, becoming an example of frontline design.
The site is located at Omotesando Street, since this avenue gathers the world’s most important fashion houses, at their maximum magnificence. These buildings have been designed by Japan and the world’s best architects. It is an incredible opportunity for the winning architect to gain professional acknowledgment at a potential growing market, such
as fashion houses buildings in Tokyo.
The objectives of “TOKYO 2010” Competition are the following:
- To publicize the work of architects worldwide so that, eventually, they may take a part in the tough Japanese architectonic design market.
- To gather architectonic ideas from all over the world, that will enable the selection the best project to be located at Omotesando Street, at Tokyo.
- To encourage the best ideas regarding urban values and still be able to sensitize with Japanese culture and fashion world.
- To generate the discussion of ideas regarding the intervention of contemporary commercial centers and urban contexts.

François Blanciak (an architect and Research Fellow at the University of Tokyo,France)
Julian Worrall (an architect and writer, Australia)
Ryoji Suzuki (an architect and Principal of the Art and Architecture School of Waseda University, Japan)
Yoshiaki Akasaka (an architect and Professor at the Art and Architecture School of Waseda University, Japan)
Yosuke Hayano (a graduate from Waseda University and from the Design Research Laboratory of the Architectural Association, Japan)

1st Prize: US $ 3,000, 1 airfare to Tokyo to attend the prize-giving ceremony and the exhibition, Accommodation for 3 nights for 2 persons, 200 copies of the exclusive ARQUITECTUM publication
2nd Prize: US $ 1,000
3rd Prize: 50 copies of the exclusive ARQUITECTUM publication
9 HONORABLE MENTIONS: 15 copies of the exclusive ARQUITECTUM publication

Entry Fee
Special Registration: From November 17th to December 14th, 2009: US$ 100
Early Registration: From December 15th 2009 to January 11th 2010: US$150
Late Registration: From January 12th to February 9th 2010: US$ 200

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Jury Evaluation: From March 2 to 22, 2010
Winners Announced: March 24, 2010
TOKYO Exhibition: April, 2010


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