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Taichung Gateway Park Competition, Taichun 5. Taipei City Museum of Art, Taipei 5. By asking how environmental certifications are being used in the competition context, we examine how these may exacerbate tensions in the competition. Cover Proposed scheme by E. Barry for the London Courthouse competition, from Collins This chapter is based on a doctoral thesis research, which aims to contribute to the problematic or qualitative judgment in architecture: How is architectural quality judged?
More specifically, the research analyzes how architectural judgment is conducted within the specific context of contemporary architectural competitions. Considering the complexity of the problematic of architectural judgment within the architectural competition context, this article will focus on one specific aspect of my broader research, namely the role of judgment criteria during the jury process in selecting a winning project.
I chose to focus on judgment criteria since it represents some of the most tangible data available in the study of architectural judgment. What is the operative role of judgment criteria within the jury of an architectural competition? How are they used? Do they contribute to the judgment of quality of the projects? Are general criteria more effective than specific criteria in the construction of a collective judgment?
This article proposes to analyze the judgment criteria as well as the jury process of two fictional contemporary architectural competitions created from a larger corpus of architectural and urban design competitions juries, were I was admitted as scientific observer.
More specifically, the reflexive process through which any collective architectural judgment is built is at least partially informed by the judgment criteria as formulated in the brief.
In summary, this essay raises the following question: What is the effective role of the judgment criteria in the judgment process and in the construction of the architectural judgment? Cover Top: Thies Wachter. Antigoni Katsakou, Ph. This essay argues that the procedural framework of architectural competitions can strengthen the demand for iconic architectural projects, even in sectors of the construction activity like the residential, where similar concepts were, until recently, less frequent.
Jan M. In effect since , SIA regulation defines the formal procedure of an architectural competition in Switzerland. This instrument provides the jury board with the opportunity to award outstanding projects that critically violate terms specified in the competition brief. Competition entries that are awarded an honourable mention can even be ranked on the first place and recommended for further development and completion.
The paper at hand argues that the honourable mention is to be considered an integral part of the architectural competition. Yet, it obviously creates a conflict with basic principles of public procurement transparency, nondiscrimination and equal information , the latter being paralleled by a total bindingness of the information given in the brief.
Referring to an ethnographic study on the work of jury boards of four Swiss architectural competitions, several interviews with competition organisers and to a specific case, the paper orients towards a philosophical discussion of the honourable mention focussing on its relation to the quality of the outcome a competition generates.
Contemporary urban planning is in crisis. But what models is this massive urbanization drawing on today, explicitly or implicitly? Conversely, what references are guiding the contemporary practice of urban planning, the discipline supposed to embody higher knowledge when it comes to organizing the changes being produced in the urban environment? It can be argued that one of the reasons that architecture competitions are held less frequently in the United States than elsewhere is that there are so many choices in which to go about identifying and hiring a design team.
The all too common misunderstanding that architecture is an add-on rather than the rubric under which all else occurs and the lack of any regulatory schemes add to this phenomenon.
There seems to be a general belief that there exists a close link between competitions and experimentation in architecture: Twenty-five Years of American Architecture Competitions, Looking at competitions through the lens of a theory of experimentation, this presentation proposes a clarification of the multiples forms of experimentation artistic, scientific… architectural?
Through a reading of the famous La Villette Park competition along two axes the competition as a space of architectural experimentation and the architectural competition as an experimental process , this essay discusses how these multiple definitions of the notion of experimentation can be used to describe in a new way the operations underlying the competition process.
Cover Island of Utopia. Plate from Thomas More, Libellus vere aureus nec minus salutaris quam festivus de optimo reipublicae statu, deque nova insula Utopia, Louvain Ignaz Strebel, Ph. Switzerland Denis Raschpichler, eng. We report on the first phase of a process to build a webaccessible database on architectural competitions in Switzerland. The goal of this database is to provide data for applied research as well as for stakeholders within the competition business. This application aims at supporting existing competition practices, and to eventually optimize competition procedures.
This number includes an unratable number of non-advertised, and therefore difficult to trace competition procedures. This database should be able to continuously provide a significant amount of data on all types of procedures, capturing a large diversity of competition procedures in Switzerland. Our work is based on a user-centered approach, which aims at studying and improving work cooperation between people and information technology.
From here, we ask not only how to archive completion data but how the planned internet-platform can support this work.
Two polarizing scenarios of data handling and logging have been put forward: However, there are significant risks related to this approach: Fabiano Sobreira, Ph. The ongoing and increasing digital revolution, along with multiple and decentralized possibilities for disseminating, publishing, archiving, debating, networking and sharing ideas have changed the way we think on architectural culture and competitions. In the first part of the paper, after reviewing the competition culture in the country, the author proposes some reflections on the role of internet-based tools towards the building of an architectural quality culture based on competitions, and presents—in this context—its editorial experience ahead of the website and electronic magazine concursosdeprojeto.
In the second and final part of the paper, the author presents some recent experiences related to the diffusion and promotion of on-line competitions and their role in the democratization and dissemination of architectural competitions in Brazil.
Cover The intial idea was maintained from the competition design up to the completed building. Aerial view of Hafen City Hamburg. The journal is suitable for archiving to allow the subscriber to create his own private design-archive. This design-archive, developed since , comprises approximately 6, competitions and 30, designs.
It presents an impressive and unique testimony of contemporary architecture. Initially only German competition results have been published, but since the early s interesting international competition results have been increasingly published as well as the presentation of completed competition projects.
The significance of the wa-specific documentation of competitions shall be highlighted by the case studies concerning the HafenCity Hamburg, the Porsche Museum Stuttgart, and several examples for everyday architecture. Richard Mandelkorn The advent of the Internet has had a profound effect on the way in which design competitions are organized. First of all, with all the communication advantages provided by the Internet, advertising a competition is now comparatively easy and inexpensive.
The downside of the internet era, with its reduction in advertising and processing costs, is a lowering of standards and the proliferation of ideas competitions. Now almost anyone can advertise an ideas competition, and there are enough examples of architects setting themselves up as competition sponsors, without a real client in the background.
Without a specific site in mind certain competitions tend to be very theoretical in nature, and often are asking the participants to come up with a program. The proliferation of competitions administered in two stages marks a significant change. There are two common scenarios: The latter variant can give younger designers an opportunity to break through the glass ceiling and gain an important commission.
The practice of architectural competitions, whether open to international teams or not, has permitted the improvement of the quality of public buildings in France for the past three decades. Gradually, and driven by local government, architectural competitions are now gaining interest from the private sector. If it is understood today that the organization of project management consultation has generated a higher production quality, this does not mean that the system is without its flaws.
In the practice of architecture, competitions can be seen as the site of crystallized fantasies, paranoia, bitterness and jealousy, all due to a profession confronted with constant competition. This paper will discuss the critical significance of carefully structuring a design competition so that the desired outcome can best represent the goals of the client while ensuring the highest caliber of design excellence possible.
Managing, brokering and promoting a successful creative process through the mechanism of a design competition demands a level of sophistication on the part of both the organizers and sponsors, from the inception of a critical idea to the management of post-competition results in the media and public sphere.
This paper will discuss a number of Canadian competitions over the past decade to illustrate the lessons that can be learned, so that future competition organizers and sponsors can achieve the maximum benefits from the mechanism of a design competition. Factors to consider when evaluating the capacity of competitions to achieve useful debate in the public realm include the ability of the competition organizers, the clients, and the winning design team to remain committed to the project through effective post-competition management.
The greatest role the media and publications play in the success of any design competition is the power to translate architectural ideas with the goal of fostering critical debate on realizable, highquality architectural designs [Fig.
Jean-Louis Violeau Jean-Louis Violeau, Ph. Every new promotion drives back by orders of magnitudes its predecessors in the history of architecture. This paper will discuss the following: And finally, I will look back at an innovative procedure, launched by the same client: This double-sided coin, played both on a national and local scale, should lead to a better understanding of how issues of decentralization are broken down, and how they have dramatically changed the practice of architecture in France over the last thirty years.
This essay examines the question of representation of architectural projects and more specifically projects submitted in competitions.
Among the conventional drawings: Section is always required in competition. Comparing sections designed by the architects permits to take the measure of their particular conceptual positions.
Further than just describing the building, its vertical and technical properties, section drawings are also a figurative process of ideas or researches, opening for the observer a potential field of interpretation for the contemporary theory of architecture. Nicolas Chaudun: The Museum of Modern Art, , p. He was the Head of the School from June to June From to June , he was the Director of the Design Center at UQAM, a gallery dedicated to exhibitions and discussions on the city, architecture, landscape, design and graphic media.
He participates regularly in advisory committees, juries on architecture and design competitions. He has contributed to the book Architectural installations published by the Canadian Center for Architecture P , he contributes to the Canadian Competitions Catalogue since the inception of the project in As a practicing architect, he works with residential architecture in different shapes, but also with RCs for dependent and frail older people, hotels and offices.
In , he commenced his Ph D project, and his licentiate thesis was published in During the period of to , Andersson was employed as researcher at the Danish Building Research Institute. Here, he focused on accessibility and usability issues in architecture and the built environment.
Parallel to research on architecture for ageing and architecture competitions, he is working as an assistant professor in continuing education courses or elective courses at the School of Architecture, Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, in Stockholm.
From to , he participated as architectural designer in several major international competitions. Invited author for numerous publications on architecture, he regularly direct public debates related to the dissemination of architectural culture. He directed Fora Strategic Planning Inc. Ian has taught and lectured in various universities and cities, has served on numerous design juries, and has volunteered for various causes relating to engaging a greater sense of community.
As for juries and competitions, Ian is currently the professional advisor for an ideas competition relating to increasing the level of private market rental housing development in York Region.
Ian also has considerable experience conducting various policy research and visualization projects relating to the intersection of social issues and the built environment.
In , Ian began studying the effects of ethnicity and multiculturalism on the process of urban development in our cities with a specific focus on the Greater Toronto Area. Further to this, other independent studies have included work on the influence of transnational migration between Italy and Senegal. The second edition, revised and augmented, came out in and is currently under translation for a publication in English.
Chupin conducts research projects on contemporary architecture, competitions processes and practical and theoretical issues such as tectonics, architectural judgment and architectural excellence and experimentation. He coordinates the ongoing updates of two major competition databases libraries of projects: As such, he has been the editor of the U.
He has also been a featured speaker at AIA conventions as well as at universities. Before taking over his duties with competitions, Stanley Collyer lived for 20 years in Europe, initially in the U. He received his B. She is scientific director of the Concordia University antenna lab of L. Her research interests are in the domain of design for sustainability, specifically how these new design imperatives have shifted ideals of quality and in turn, the visual language of contemporary architectural and urban space.
She teaches history, theory and project courses in Design, as well as a cross-disciplinary course with the Engineering faculty in Innovation and Critical Thinking at Concordia University. She is an associated member of District 3, an incubator space for start-ups at Concordia University. She was a contributing author of the Guidelines for Social Life Cycle Assessment of Products, published in , which was an international collaborative effort.
She has published in numerous articles and books on the topics of design, sustainability, judgment, expertise, architectural competitions, and life cycle thinking. She is the author of several books on contemporary architecture and urbanism, of note: His research thesis, conducted within the L.
While still a student, he founded the publishing company wettbewerbe aktuell in , whose editor and editor-in-chief he is to this day. At the beginning of the 90s the publishing company moved to Freiburg and later on the journal was extended by the wa-online presence and the important wa-special subjects series. Following graduate studies at the National Technical University of Athens , she completed a postgraduate Master course at Barcelona Tech Coauthor of the book Concours en Suisse: She has presented her work in many international scientific meetings, and published in several languages with various editing houses.
She works on the subject of housing competitions since Her work has been supported with numerous grants and funding awards by several Swiss Institutions.
She currently lives and works in London, United Kingdom. She is a member of the editorial board of Marne s. Carlo Menon Carlo Menon , Italy is a qualified architect and a researcher. After graduating from La Cambre, Brussels, in , he worked in public service organizing competitions for the Belgian French-speaking government. Since he has been pursuing postgraduate studies in architectural history and theory at The Bartlett, London.
His main field of research is authorship in collaborative ventures such as architectural magazines and competitions, both intended as fields of conflictual representations producing a collective result.
He currently lives between London and Brussels, where he participates in various teaching and publishing projects. He is co-founder of a large-format, experimental magazine called Accattone.
The research gives important answers about the typology of existing buildings stock in BaselStadt in regard to Universal design and produces innovative tools that address the Universal design potential of these types.
Joris Van Wezemael at the Dept. Sofia Paisiou has worked as an architect and urban designer in architectural offices in Athens, Rotterdam, Vienna and Bern. Silberberger Jan M.
His research focuses on decision-making within planning processes. Susanna Sirefman Susanna Sirefman brings a number of dimensions to her role as founder and president of Dovetail Design Strategists, but none as essential as her training as an architect, which she received at the renowned Architectural Association School of Architecture, London. Sirefman is a contributor to the Wall Street Journal and has authored five books on contemporary architecture http: New Architecture with Local Identities.
For Whereabouts, and its accompanying exhibition and symposium, Ms. Sirefman has taught on the faculty of Parsons School of Design and City College New York School of Architecture and serves as a popular speaker and visiting critic at architecture and urban design programs across the country.
Editor of concursosdeprojeto. He was previously a researcher in geography and architecture at the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, and his recent work has focussed on urban transformation accomplished in work settings, such as, among others, building care, research laboratories, and the offices of building administration, planning firms and housing administration.
The Reform of French Provincial Prisons, He remains involved in design practice through competitions, small-scale design and exhibitions. Joris Van Wezemael Prof. During his Postdoc period in the UK he worked mostly in the field of spatial planning. His interests in research and teaching focus on the metamorphosis of contemporary urban landscapes. His work spans the study of architects, the elite, and the multitudes. The continuation of this work, Les architectes et mai 81, appeared in from the same publishers.
He has just finished coordinating with Craig Buckley the translation in of an anthology of the journal Utopie. He is part of the editorial committee of the Nantes urban journal Place Publique et the Parisian journal Urbanisme. This book is the result of a collective endeavour. The editors would like to acknowledge the following authors, individuals and institutions for their invaluable contribution, help and generosity in the preparatory research work, in the organizing of the symposium in and in the final editing and design of this book in Both entities organised a symposium, which gathered most contributors to this international inquiry.
For complete and detailed information on this conference please refer to: The editors would like to thank Mr. Professors Anne Cormier, Nicolas Roquet, Denis Bilodeau and David Vanderburgh kindly participated in the peered review process and provided necessary orientation.
All authors gathered in this book have generously offered their contributions for a better understanding of the crucial role of international competitions in the shaping of culture and the building of knowledge.
We would like to thank Konstantina Theodosopoulos, Dale Byrns and Samuel Dubois, for the preliminary translation as well as Tracy Valcourt and Sheena Hoszko, for the extensive work on the. The editors and publisher would like to express special thanks to Catherine Bisaillon for her fine typographical work and for the graphic layout and design of this new collection and book.
Illustration Sources Please refer to each chapter and each image legend for precise references per author. Every effort has been made to gain permission from copyright holders and photographers where known for the images reproduced in this book. Each author has taken special care to correctly caption and credit images and is responsible for acquiring respective copyright. This book comprises a series of 22 case studies by renowned experts and new scholars in the field of architecture competition research.
See More. Silberberger 1. Silberberger 3. Silberberger, Denis Raschpichler 4. Stanley Collyer 5. The hypothesis behind this collective book says that every design competition can be seen as an opportunity for design research, inside and outside design studios or, as we would like to point in these introductory remarks, every competition remains a world of possibilities: It took forty years for the Swiss Society of Architects and Engineers to recover from this controversial competition.
But his depiction of a glacial skyscraper contained the unprecedented idea that a steel skeleton could free the exterior walls from their loadbearing function. February Fig. Notes Moussavi, F. University of Louvain Belgium Carlo Menon, Architect The Bartlett School of Architecture United Kingdom The way in which the majority of architectural competitions are conducted in Belgium is far from homogeneous, since each of the numerous public authorities is free to define its own procedures.
Directmedia Publishing 1. Greek Concerns and Global Regulations Four Competitions for the New Acropolis Museum - Cover The arrival of the first sculpture with protests red panel at the door of the site.
Institute of Architecture, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland FHNW Switzerland Architectural competitions, despite their international appeal and reputation, emerge from the local conditions of diverse construction scenes. Despite how chaotic our lives are, we cherish the consistency of sleeping in the same bed and performing the same daily rituals here. Yet, new trends in digitalization and globalization continue to reshape realms of everyday life and alter our physical environments, including our homes.
It is important to examine how we adapt our living spaces to these shifts. The competition is designed to challenge and seek the creation of a temporary dwelling with ideas and concepts in architectural design, landscape design and site planning. The aim of this competition is to promote our ideas of exploring the possibilities for living in harsh environments, as well as simultaneously raising awareness of the environmental sustainability.
The main focus of the competition is on solutions developed through a process of changes and adjustments. Achieving such a goal requires an interdisciplinary approach that often goes beyond typical solutions. The winning projects from the previous editions often took advantages from disciplines such as robotics , mechanics, digital fabrication, biodesign and biofabrication, computational design, materials science, bioarchitecture, social sciences, industrial design, mobility, and more.
Despite its importance, either from an ecological, social, or spatial point view, today the future of this basin is still uncertain. Watching the Lake from above it is easy to spot the hectic development situation of the Tirana.
Luxury residences — imagined as gated communities for wealthy people — are fastly growing seamlessly with rural settlements and low-rise informal patterns. The goal of the competition is to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society.
The age of the tall building as a single iconic piece of sculpture, standing in isolation from its surroundings, is coming to an end. Designers have a responsibility to ensure that these permanent urban structures engender a future-oriented urban response to the greatest challenges of our time: unprecedented population growth; mass urbanization; climate change; environmental degradation; social, political and economic change; and the rapid advance of myriad technical innovations.
With a population of less than ,, it is the most sparsely populated country in Europe, with the majority of that population living in the capital Reykjavik and the surrounding areas. In the centuries to come, many more Norwegian settlers followed, as well as settlers from a few other Scandinavian countries. Often located in remote locations across the Nordic island, these springs are an idyllic rest stop for those visiting Iceland. Competition participants are tasked with creating an exclusive guest house addition to the resort that would have the capability of functioning as a separate facility in the case of high-profile or celebrity guests visiting.