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International Contest "Cities For a Flying World"

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莫斯科高等经济学院的城市研究生院正在发起一个名为“飞行城市”的竞赛,面向学生和年轻专业人士。

竞赛的目的是增进有关城市的讨论和研究,从而促进未来不久将改变我们生活环境的飞行技术的发展。竞赛将于2017年5月29日至2017年10月16日举行,这是城市研究生院硕士研究生教学计划的一部分。竞赛结果将于2017年11月7日公布。

这项竞赛面向建筑师、工程师、规划师、设计师和学生以及来自任何学科的专业人士开放,主办方希望通过设计和思考来激发我们对城市设计、建造和居住方式的想法,从而为世界的宜居环境作出贡献。


竞赛主题

参赛者需要设计的是,在飞行技术广泛使用时,与未来城市有关的项目。人类正努力达到新的高度,并将空气转化为新型土壤,虽然人们已经知道如何飞行,但是,当到处都是飞行设备时,世界将如何改变呢?城市里还会有行人的存在吗?未来的生活将如何改变?当你可以驾驶着飞行器从建筑的窗户中飞入时,接下来会发生什么事?书中和科幻电影中有许多这样的场景,也许在不久的将来都能一一实现。

参赛者可自由决定项目的主题、规模和地点。可以从以下问题(但不限于)着手思考:
●  当市民拥有飞行器时,城市会是什么样子?
●  如果屋顶或窗户成为飞行器的入口,那么建筑物将如何变化?建筑物可以自上而下建造吗?
●  公共交通使用飞行技术会是什么样子?
●  无人机将如何影响城市交通?
●  如何通过无人驾驶技术改善贫困社区的生活?
●  可以将飞艇用于空中休闲或物流吗?
●  未来的飞行汽车会是什么样子?
●  新的垂直运输方式将如何影响城市的发展?
●  可能出现高空飞艇社区吗?它们将如何组织?

参赛者可以为新城市、新建筑、新设备、新社交区域等任何平台开发一个项目。我们正在为未来的世界征集出色的方案,那时飞行技术将改变我们的工作、生活及思考方式。


日期:

竞赛开始- 2017年5月29日
作品提交截止日期- 2017年10月16日
公布结果- 2017年11月7日


奖励:

一等奖:180000俄罗斯卢布(相当于3000欧元)
二等奖:120000俄罗斯卢布(相当于2000欧元)
三等奖:60000俄罗斯卢布(相当于1000欧元)

获奖作品将于2018年春季在莫斯科举行的展览上展出。


评审团:

●  Miquel Adrià——墨西哥建筑学教授
●  Silvia Brandi——巴塞罗那资深高级教师
●  Ali Basbous——Beirut创始人和主任
●  Xavier de Kestellier——伦敦Hassell Studio负责人
●  Vicente Guallart——巴塞罗那Shukhov Lab指导人、前巴塞罗那首席建筑师
●  Ben Hewett——悉尼,新南威尔士州政府副建筑师,兼任教授
●  Daniel Ibanez——GSD Urban Theory Lab建筑师
●  Sergey Kuznetsov——莫斯科总建筑师
●  Matthias Kohler——苏黎世,建筑与数字制造ETH教授
●  Greg Lynn——洛杉矶,建筑师,Greg Lynn FORM office负责人,建筑学教授
●  Yang Lei——北京,工业设计师
●  Winy Maas——鹿特丹,MVRDV联合创始人,The Why Factory教授
●  Joachim Mitchell——纽约建筑师
●  Alexey Novikov——莫斯科,研究院院长、首席执行官
●  Cathy Runciman——伦敦,媒体专家,Atlas of the future联合创始人
●  Pati Nuñez——巴塞罗那,Pati Nuñez公司负责人
●  彭礼孝——北京,UED杂志主编
●  Matteo Robiglio——建筑师,意大利都灵理工大学教授
●  Jon Tugores——巴塞罗那,Jon Tugores +设计师、摄影师

官方网站:futurecitiescontest.org
官方语言:英语
费用:免费

信息:Rodion Eremeev,HSE研究所项目负责人,联系方式:futurecities@hse.ru
标题:国际竞赛“飞行世界的城市”
类型:竞赛公告(学生竞赛)
主办单位:高等经济学院城市研究生院
截止日期:2017年10月16日 23:30
费用:免费


The Graduate School of Urbanism from Higher School of Economics, based in Moscow, is launching the first Future Cities Contest for students and young professionals under the title 'Cities for a flying world'.
The aim of the competition is to promote discussion and research about the city to come in relation with the development of flying technologies that will transform our living environment in the near future. The contest will take place from 29 May to 16 October 2017 and it is part of the launching program for the new master’s program of the Graduate School of Urbanism Prototyping future cities: city and technology. The results of the contest will be announced on 7 November 2017.
The competition is open to architects, engineers, planners, designers and students and experts from any discipline who want to contribute to progress in making the world more habitable by developing ideas that could change the way we design, build and live in cities.

Topic:
The competition program challenges participants to design a project related to the future of cities when flying technologies are widespread. Humanity is trying to achieve new heights and transform the air into the new ground. Even though people already know how to fly, how will the world change when flying devices are everywhere? Who would be new pedestrians in a city of self-driving vehicles and how will social life be changed? What will happen when a window of a house becomes a door to your flying car? There are a lot of scenarios presented in books and the movies about future of cities, but a future like this is coming soon.
Participants will be free to decide on the subject, scale and location of the project. Proposals could answer (but are not limited to) the following questions:
●  What will cities look like when citizens have flying vehicles?
●  How will buildings change if the roof or the window becomes a new entrance? Can buildings be built from top down?
●  What will public transport using flying technology be like?
●  How will deliveries by drone affect city communications?
●  How will life be improved in poor neighborhoods by drone technology?
●  Will zeppelins be used in aerial leisure or logistics?
●  What will the flying cars of the future look like?
●  How could new modes of vertical transportation impact the development of cities?
●  Could there be aerial zeppelin communities and how will they be organized?

Participants can develop a project for a new city, new building, new device, new social platform or a mix of all of the above. We are looking for the best proposals with ideas for the world to come (in the not too distant future), where flying technologies will change the way we work, live and play in the city.

Dates:
Launch of the competition – 29 May 2017
Closing date for submission of proposals – 16 October 2017
Announcement of the results – 7 November 2017

Award:
1st Prize: RUR 180,000 (equivalent to EUR 3,000*)
2nd Prize: RUR 120,000 (equivalent to EUR 2,000*)
3rd Prize: RUR 60,000 (equivalent to EUR 1,000*)

The selected Project will be presented in Moscow in an exhibition and conference in Spring 2018

Jury:
●  Miquel Adrià - Mexico, Professor of Architecture, arquine.com
●  Silvia Brandi - Barcelona ,Senior faculty of IAAC Senior
●  Ali Basbous - Beirut, Founder and Director of Building by Associative Data
●  Xavier de Kestellier - London, Head of Design Technology and Innovation ‘Hassell Studio’
●  Vicente Guallart - Barcelona, Director of a Shukhov Lab, Former chief architect of Barcelona
●  Ben Hewett - Sydney, Deputy NSW Government Architect, Adjunct Professor of
●  Architecture UTS
●  Daniel Ibanez - Boston, Architect, Harvard GSD, Urban Theory Lab
●  Sergey Kuznetsov - Moscow, Chief Architect of Moscow
●  Matthias Kohler - Zurich, Professor of Architecture and Digital Fabrication ETH
●  Greg Lynn - Los Angeles, Architect, Head of ‘Greg Lynn FORM office’, Professor of Architecture
●  Yang Lei – Beijing, Industrial designer
●  Winy Maas - Rotterdam, Co-founder MVRDV, Led professor at ‘The Why Factory’
●  Joachim Mitchell – New York, Architect, Terreform One
●  Alexey Novikov - Moscow, Dean of HSE Graduate School of Urbanism, CEO Habidatum
●  Cathy Runciman - London, Media expert, Co-founder ‘Atlas of the future‘
●  Pati Nuñez - Barcelona, Pati Nuñez Associats
●  Peng Lixiao - Beijing, Chief Editor UED magazine
●  Matteo Robiglio - Torrino, Architect, Professor Politecnico di Torino
●  Jon Tugores - Barcelona, Jon Tugores + Architects, photographer and Vueling pilot.

Official web page – futurecitiescontest.org
Official language -  English
Participation Fee - Free

Information : Rodion Eremeev, project leader at HSE Graduate School of Urbanism at futurecities@hse.ru

Title:International Contest "Cities For a Flying World"
Type:Competition Announcement (Student Competitions)
Organizers:The Graduate School of Urbanism from Higher School of Economics
Submission Deadline:16/10/2017 23:30
Price:Free


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