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Calling entries to design a Workshop Center in old Gamla Stan district, Stockholm
Sweden Architecture News - Sep 2, 2019 - 05:34 5554 views
STaRT, a platform for research of architecture, has launched a competition #StockholmCall, a contest of ideas to design a Workshop Center in the ancient district of Gamla Stan, Stockholm, Sweden. Projects will be selected capable of proposing contemporary architecture visions integrated into the existing context.
The participation is open to architects and engineers, students or professionals by every part of the world that might participate alone or with a team.
The fourteen islands on Lake Malaren that make up the city of Stockholmpreserve a seven hundred year of history that racount the story of the Swedish capital. The buildings of the late nineteenth century, the Gothic churches, parks characterize a european capital in which architecture and nature coexist in perfect balance. The metroline is a place of art: among these is the subway line where the stops become a moment to discovery the works of local artists exhibited in them. Craftsmen and designers contribute to maintain the local tradition, especially Gamla Stan, a maze of medieval streets that make up the old center.
Stockholm Wood Factory will be built on the islet of Stadsholem to keep the cultural ferment of the entire district alive. Woodworking laboratories and exhibition areas will offer visitors a new space of interaction. An architecture that, by placing itself on a border line, becomes a connection between the town and the coast.
Who can participate?
Anyone can participate, without limits of age or country, either individually or in group. You cannot take part in the contest with more than one project.
What's the project?
Workshop Center in old Gamla Stan district.
How to register?
First entry: dal 02nd of September – 04th of November the fee entry is of 30,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 20,00 euros if the participant is unique.
Second entry: dal 05th of November – 15th of December the fee entry is of 40,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 25,00 euros if the participant is unique.
The quote are for each participant. You can write at [email protected] for to have detail about bank transfer payment.
Material submission deadline
One A0 panel and the project report no later than the date of 15th of December 2019 (deadline 23:59 Stockholm timetable). The works might be send in digital format to the mail: [email protected].
The results will be publish no later then the date of 12th of January 2020.
The winner will receive a prize of 1000,00 euro (excluding TAX).
Top three finishers will have an annual subscription to the DOMUS magazine in digital format.
The winners and mentioned might take part for life at all our future competitions that we will propose on the competition portal.
To download the competition materials and register, please visit the competition's website.
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