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Build The Future: Architectural Design Competition

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提交时间:2018年2月15日
注册时间:2018年 2月15日
语言:英语
地点:概念
奖励:请参阅下面的细节
类型:开放型

到了2067年,小型教育工作室已经无法满足当前的工作需求,因此人们需要一座全新的办公大楼。人们当前正在2017年建成的一个大规模建筑群内工作,这在当年仍然是现代化的专业办公区域。而在2067年,全新的办公空间需要同时容纳多达100名员工进行研究、设计、测试,并且配合最新的教学娱乐设施。


指定的场地

所有的建筑设计必须在这个基地中进行。
关于城市街区:展览
Leonardo最新的展览“城市街区”(The City Blocks)通过使用乐高来建造了一座美丽的城市。这个展览通过乐高搭建出各种有趣的建筑体量,同时为游客提供多样的城市信息,并且让他们像城市规划师一样思考该如何更好地规划城市。


奖励

总奖金超过10000美元,共设有6个奖项,分为两个竞赛组别。
所有获奖作品将在Leonardo的城市街区(City Blocks)展览中展示。除了现金奖励之外,每个组别之中的最佳获奖者将使用乐高进行创建设计,并将作品在Leonardo的城市街区展览中展示。

专业组获胜者:
第一名3500美元(获胜者将使用乐高进行创作设计,并在Leonardo的城市街区展览中展出)
第二名1000 美元
第三名500 美元

学生组获胜者:
第一名1750美元(获胜者将使用乐高进行创建设计,并在Leonardo的城市街区展览中展出)
第二名500 美元
第三名250美元


时间安排

提前报名注册开始时间:2018年1月15日
提前报名注册截止时间:2018年1月31日
专业组费用:50美元
学生组费用:20美元
正式报名注册开始时间:2018年2月1日
专业组费用:75 美元
学生组费用:30美元

所有竞赛注册和作品提交截止日期为2018年2月15日
评审时间:2018年2月16日
获奖设计公布时间:2018年2月22日
城市街区展览开幕时间:2018年2月底


注册

于2018年1月15日星期一开放注册,截止至2018年2月15日。在您提交设计作品之前需要完成注册。2018年2月1日后进行注册,注册费用有所改变。
专业组:
2018年1月15日 - 1月31日:注册费50美元
2018年2月1日 - 2月15日下午5:00 MST:注册费75美元
学生组:
2018年1月15日 - 1月31日:注册费20美元
2018年2月1日 - 2月15日下午5:00 MST:注册费30美元
学生必须出示有效的学生证明或身份证明以领取奖励。


提交要求

项目在线提交
参赛作品必须在2018年2月15日下午5:00MST通过以下链接上传。作品一经提交,不允许进行其他编辑、上传或更改,每个参与者将收到作品提交的电子邮件通知。每个作品文件上传都必须符合组委会的命名要求,并且必须包含以下项目:
在线完成并提交信息表格
上传6张11“x 17”高分辨率图纸文件(PDF大小 限制10MB内)
图纸1 - 透视图或渲染效果图
图纸2 - 设计说明/摘要。最多300字(英文),描述建筑设计的主要概念。
剩下的三张图纸的内容由参赛者自行决定,尽量更好更全面地展示自己的作品。
图纸上不能出现参赛者的姓名、学校/公司名称。
参赛者不应在图纸上使用从竞赛官方组织获得的文本或图形。
获奖团队需提交原始文件/图像,用于后期建筑施工和展览。


评审标准

参赛作品将由建筑学专家根据各种标准进行评判,包括:
创新 - 如何使用新的挑战展现繁荣的未来,并通过建筑设计创造性地应对这些挑战?
空间 - 如何将人与周围环境联系起来?
审美 - 设计如何将精神升华,并且感动空间中的人?
再生 - 建筑物如何激发和维持自身及其周围环境?
幸福 - 建筑物如何满足人体使用舒适度、情感和精神需求?
公平 - 设计如何培养包容性的社区意识?


评审团成员

建筑师 -  Kenner Kingston
Kenner Kingston,建筑师,也是Architectural Nexus的总裁。Kenner认为,建筑就是要重建人与自然和谐的关系。通过融合建筑和社会科学,他为该地区设计了几个最具可持续性的项目,包括加州首个获得认证的生活楼(Living Building)。

艺术家 -  John Erickson
John Erickson在犹他大学(University of Utah)艺术学院担任助理教授二十多年。他还教授暑期工作坊,并参与ArtAccess计划,许多艺术家通过该计划探索艺术世界。John对自然充满热爱,喜欢探索野外荒野。他的作品是对室内外空间和场地环境的探索。人与自然所创造的景观得到广泛的认可和评论。

心理学家 - Irv Altman博士
以Irv命名的奖学金、学术研究和教学方式强调了以跨学科和跨文化的方法来理解人与社区、社区和公共场所的物理环境之间的社会互动。Irv撰写了20本书,与其他学者共同编译了130多篇专业期刊文章和书籍章节。

商业领袖 - Meghan Tuohig
Meghan于2004年3月加入Overstock,目前担任People Care副总裁。她负责管理培训、交流、活动、设施和企业协作。Meghan负责审查公司新总部、和平体育馆(Peace Coliseum)等作品的LEED白金认证资格。2016年秋季员工搬迁到这座公司新总部。2017年,她被Utah Business授予四十岁以下年度获奖人。
Meghan拥有犹他大学的理学学士学位,并获得威斯敏斯特大学工商管理硕士学位,最近又在纽约大学学习室内设计和建筑。在闲暇时间里,她喜欢和年幼的女儿在一起,探索户外活动。

社区领袖 - Karen Hale
Karen Hale是社区对外事务(Community and External Affairs)的主要负责人。在2016年加入麦克亚当斯(McAdams)团队之前,Karen曾在盐湖城担任社会关系总监,曾任盐湖城市长拉尔夫•贝克尔(Ralph Becker)的高级顾问。她曾担任犹他州参议员八年,同时也是公共教育拨款委员会(Public Education Appropriations Committee)和参议院教育常务委员会(Senate Education Standing Committee)的委员。


参赛资格

竞赛面向设计专业人士、爱好者和学生开放。参赛者不得重复报名。竞赛分为专业组和学生组,分别有不同的奖励。学生组进入决赛的作品,其参赛者需要提供入学证明。
可以个人参赛,也可团队参赛。每队仅需一人注册并负责整个小组的作品提交。

竞赛网站:http://www.theleonardo.org/build-future/


Submission: February 15, 2018
Registration:  February 15, 2018
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

In the year 2067, a small edutainment studio has outgrown the space that they are working in and is looking to expand its offerings with a new office building. Their current space is located within a larger complex that was built in 2017 and at the time was considered a modern professional office. Their new space needs to allow for up to 100 employees to collaboratively research, design, test, and deploy the latest and greatest in educational entertainment.

Assigned Site
All building designs must function in this location.
About City Blocks: The Exhibit
The Leonardo’s newest exhibit, City Blocks, uses none other than Lego to ask what makes a good and beautiful city. The exhibit will contain large Lego builds of historic or interesting buildings in Salt Lake City, while providing visitors with exciting information about the city and different Lego challenges that get them thinking like a city planner.

Prizes
OVER $10,000 IN TOTAL CASH AND PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED TO A TOTAL OF 6 WINNERS AMONG TWO CATEGORIES.
All winning entries will have their concepts displayed as part of the City Blocks exhibit at The Leonardo. In addition to the cash prize, the top winner in each category will have their designs created using LEGO® bricks and will be displayed in the Leonardo’s City Blocks exhibit.

Professional Winners:
1st place $3,500 (winner will have their designs created using LEGO® bricks and will be displayed in The Leonardo’s City Blocks exhibit!)
2nd Place $1,000
3rd place $500
Student Winners
1st place $1,750 (winner will have their designs created using LEGO® bricks and will be displayed in The Leonardo’s City Blocks exhibit!)
2nd place $500
3rd place $250

Timeline
January 15, 2018
Early Bird Registration Opens
Professional Category Pricing: $50
Student Category Pricing: $20
January 31, 2018
Early Bird Registration Closes
February 1, 2018
Normal Registration Opens
Professional Category Pricing: $75
Student Category Pricing: $30
February 15, 2018
Deadline for all Registrations and Submissions
February 16, 2018
Judging Occurs
February 22, 2018
Winning Design Announced
Late Feb 2018
City Blocks Exhibit Opens

Registration
Registration opens Monday, January 15, 2018 and runs through Feb 15, 2018.Registration is required before your submission of design. Sign up after February 1st and there will be an increase in entry fee.
Professionals:
January 15 – January 31: $50 entry fee
February 1 – February 15 @ 5:00pm MST: $75 entry fee
Students:
January 15 – January 31: $20 entry fee
February 1 – February 15 @ 5:00pm MST: $30 entry fee
Students must produce valid student registration or ID in order to claim prizes.
REGISTER HERE

Submission Requirements
ONLINE PROJECT SUBMISSION
Entries must be uploaded through the link below by 5:00 pm, Mountain Time, on February 15, 2018. Once the final submit button is pressed no additional edits, uploads, or changes can be made. Once the final Submission is uploaded and submitted each participant will receive a confirmation email notification. Each submission upload must directly address the criteria outlined in the Judging Criteria and must include the following required items:
Completed online submission information form
Six 11” x 17” boards uploaded as a high resolution Portable Document Format (PDF 10MB Limit)
Board 1 – A perspective drawing or rendering
Board 2 – A Design Essay/Abstract. 300 words maximum, (in English) describing the most important concepts of the building design.
The remaining three boards are at your discretion. Create boards that help communication the vision for your building.
The names of student or professional participants, their schools/companies, must NOT appear on the boards.
Participants should not use text or graphics that cross over from board to board.
Winning projects will be required to submit original files/images for use in construction and exhibit materials.
SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY

Judging Criteria
Entries will be be judged by a panel of industry experts based on a variety of criteria including:
Innovation – How does the submission visualize a prosperous future with new challenges and creatively address those challenges through building design?
Place – How would the proposed design connect people to its surroundings and environment?
Beauty – How well would the proposed design elevate the spirit and inspire those who would be in and around it?
Regeneration – How would the proposed building energize and sustain itself and its surroundings?
Happiness – How would the proposed building contribute to the physical, emotional, and spiritual health and wellbeing of those who engage with it?
Equity – How does the proposed design foster an inclusive sense of community?

Judges
Architect – Kenner Kingston
Kenner Kingston is an architect and the President of Architectural Nexus, a practice reaching throughout the western United States. Kenner believes that architecture is about reestablishing the harmonious relationship between people and the natural environment. By blending architecture and social science he has lead the effort on several of the region’s most sustainable projects including California’s first fully certified Living Building.
Artist – John Erickson
John Erickson has been an Assistant Professor in the college of Art at the University of Utah for over twenty years. He also teaches summer workshops and is involved in ArtAccess, a program that brings the arts to those who otherwise would not have the resources to explore it. John has a deep love for nature which stems from having spent a lifetime in the outdoors exploring the backcountry wilderness. His paintings are an exploration of interior and exterior space and planes. Landscapes made by man and nature are quoted with commentary and depth.
Psychologist – Dr. Irv Altman
Irv’s scholarship, research, and teaching emphasize a cross-disciplinary and cross- cultural approach to understanding the social interaction and relationship between people and the physical environments of homes, communities, and public places. Irv authored or edited 20 books and authored or co-authored over 130 professional journal articles and book chapters.
Business Leader – Meghan Tuohig
Meghan joined Overstock in March 2004, and currently serves as vice president of People Care. She manages training, communications, events, facilities, and enterprise collaboration. Meghan oversaw the design of the company’s new LEED Gold certified headquarters, Peace Coliseum, into which the workforce moved during the fall of 2016. In 2017, she was recognized by Utah Business as a Forty Under 40 honoree.
Meghan has a bachelor of science from the University of Utah, received a Master’s of Business Administration from Westminster College, and most recently studied interior design and architecture at New York University. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her young daughter and exploring the great outdoors.
Community Leader – Karen Hale
Karen Hale is Deputy Mayor of Community and External Affairs. Before joining McAdams’ team in 2016, Karen worked at Salt Lake City as director of community relations and senior advisor to former Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker. She has also served as a Utah State Senator for eight years, holding committee assignments on the Public Education Appropriations Committee and the Senate Education Standing Committee.

Eligibility
Design professionals, hobbyists, and students are eligible to enter the competition individually. Only one entry per person is permitted. There will be a professional entry category and a student entry category, competing for different prizes. Students will need to provide proof of enrollment if selected as a finalist.
Group entries are allowed. Only one registrant is required and that registrant is responsible for the whole group’s submission.

competition’s website: http://www.theleonardo.org/build-future/


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