Architecture Contest

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition
[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition it has been modified: 2015-11-20 di Benedict Flowers

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition is an architectural competition organized and promoted by [AC-CA] to generate contemporary and innovative ideas.

Moscow is the capital and largest city of Russia with 12,2 million residents within the city and 16,8 in its urban area. It is an important political, economic, cultural, scientific center of both Russia and Eastern Europe, as well as the largest city in the entire European continent.

Circus is a company of artists that includes clowns, acrobats, trapeze artists, musicians, tightrope walkers, jugglers and other object manipulators and stunt-oriented artists. Animals have been used extensively in the traditional circus, but now much less. The contemporary circus combines traditional circus skills and theatrical techniques to convey a story or theme. Compared to the traditional circus, the contemporary circus genre tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, character and development of the story and the use of lighting design, original music and costumes. Moscow State Company Circus is widely acclaimed for its levels of originality and artistry.

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

Aim of the competition
The purpose of this international competition is to design a new circus school in the heart of the city of Moscow to serve as an academy for young aspiring circus artists. The architecture of this new building should reflect contemporary design trends. The proposal must not only attend to the specific function, but also take into account the urban context and impact. This competition hopes to achieve the following objectives:

  • Encourage the use of sustainable design in all aspects of the proposal.
  • Encourage and reward large-scale design excellence that integrates function, structure and detail.
  • Research and highlight the peculiar aspects of the design of a school building.
  • Generate a confrontation of ideas regarding the relationship between Architecture and Culture.
  • Encourage the use of sustainable design in all aspects of the proposal.

STRUCTURE OF COMPETITION
It is a single phase of the competition, with the aim of identifying the most appropriate proposal, which best meets the general and specific objectives of the competition.

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
Architects, Architecture graduates, engineers and students. They are also invited to participate in the competition interdisciplinary teams.
Projects can be the work of an individual or a group of up to 4 members.

AWARDS
Winners will receive prizes totaling $ 5000 distributed as follows:
1 PRIZE: US $ 3.000
2 PRIZE: US $ 1.500
3 PRIZE: US $ 500
There will also be 7 Honorable Mentions.

Note: This is an international competition open hosted by [AC-CA] to generate innovative ideas of architecture. Do not be built.

PROGRAM

  • Official announcement - October 27, 2015
  • Start Competition - 10 NOVEMBER 2015
  • Registration deadline - February 19, 2016
  • Project submission closes - FEBRUARY 19, 2016

Reference time for the deadline: 23: 59-00: 00 GMT (London)

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

[MOSCOW] Circus School Architectural Competition

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