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CTBUH 2018 International Student Tall Building Design Competition


注册日期:2018年 7月16日

高层建筑与城市人居委员会(The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat —CTBUH)宣布了第七届国际学生高层建筑设计大赛公告。竞赛的目标是展示现代社会高层建筑的意义和价值。在当今社会,高层建筑的发展愈发结合城市肌理。建筑师应当确保这些城市建筑能够对城市的未来产生积极的影响,同时能应对我们这个时代最大的挑战,即空前的人口增长、 大规模城镇化、气候变化、环境恶化、社会政治和经济变化,以及无数技术的快速创新发展。


参赛者应该参与探索和解决高层建筑与现有城市环境的协同关系;,这座高层建筑如何受其场地的文化、物理和环境方面的启发? 以及建筑方案如何受到微观和宏观场地/城市条件的影响? 建筑如何回应全球性问题?




■ 参加CTBUH竞赛的参赛作品必须是学生的原创作品,不得提交任何以前的设计方案。在设计过程中,参赛者可邀请专业教师进行指导;
■ 竞赛的官方语言是英语;
■ 本次竞赛匿名进行。每位参赛者将获得一个注册ID号码,这个ID号码将成为整个评审过程中唯一的身份识别码;
■ 禁止参赛者私自联系评审团成员;
■ 将选择五名入围者,在CTBUH 2018年会议上介绍他们的作品。入围作品可参与2018年CTBUH会议,并获得相应的奖励(为每个团队的一名代表提供旅行津贴,见下文)。不参加决赛的队伍将不具备获奖资格;
■ 提交作品的版权和知识产权仍归原作者所有。在CTBUH学生设计大赛上获奖的参赛者默认同意CTBUH在10月21日至10月25日的CTBUH 2018会议上将其作品进行印刷展示,同时作品也将发布在CTBUH官方网站,并在未来CTBUH竞赛的宣传材料中展示这些作品。


■ 竞赛正式开始时间:3月22日,星期一
■ 报名截止时间:7月16日,星期一
■ 提交截止时间:7月23日,星期一
■ 通报“半决赛入围名单”时间:8月10日,星期五
■ 通报前五名“决赛选手”时间:8月24日,星期五
■ CTBUH 2018年大会举行时间:10月21日至10月22日,周日至周一。前五名决赛选手作品将交由评审团进行评定。获奖者将在会议期间宣布。


■ 第一名:价值共6000美金,其中为3000美金现金奖+津贴、CTBUH 2018年会议的参与资格(价值3000美金)
■ 第二名:价值共5000美金,其中为2000美金现金奖+津贴、CTBUH 2018年会议的参与资格(价值3000美金)
■ 第三名:价值共4000美金,其中为1000美金现金奖+津贴、CTBUH 2018年会议的参与资格(价值3000美金)
■ 第四名:价值共3000美金,即CTBUH 2018年会议的参与资格(价值3000美金)
■ 第五名:价值共3000美金,即CTBUH 2018年会议的参与资格(价值3000美金)
■ 荣誉提名,若干,并颁发相应的荣誉证书。
■ 展览:2018CTBUH会议期间将展出五项“入围作品”和若干“半决赛入围作品”。


Submission: July 23, 2018
Registration:  July 16, 2018
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st $3,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,000
Type: International Student Design Competition

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce its 7th International Student Tall Building Design Competition. 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.
The future of humanity on this planet relies on the collective benefits of urban density; reducing both land consumption and the energy needed to construct and operate the horizontally dispersed city. Tall buildings must now be the vehicles for creating increased density not just through sheer height, but by connecting multiple layers of the city. Physical urban infrastructure, circulation, greenery, and urban functions traditionally restricted to the ground level would all, ideally, continue up and into the building, such that the buildings themselves become an extension of the city: a part of the two-dimensional horizontal urban plane flipped vertical. Participants are free to site their projects anywhere in the world. But this is not to undervalue the importance of site – participants should carefully consider their site (which must be a “real” site, in an existing urban location) as the site context should inherently have significant influence over the project’s design. Participants are also free to determine the size, height, function, accommodation and responsibilities of the building. The intention is these freedoms on site and program will maximize the diversity and creativity of the responses. It is also intended to allow students from specific high-rise educational studies around the world during the 2017–18 academic year to submit their projects for consideration.
Participants should engage with the exploration and resolution of the synergistic relationship of placing a tall building in a unique existing urban setting; how that tall building can be inspired by the cultural, physical, and environmental aspects of its site; and how the program of the building is influenced by the micro and macro site/urban conditions; and how the building responds to global issues.
Proposals should show evidence of a clear understanding of how considerations of structure, environment, servicing, etc. are as vital to the success of a tall building as the form, materials, aesthetics, etc. Participants need to also consider the CTBUH Criteria for defining tall buildings, such that “at least 50% of its height is occupied by usable floor area,” (i.e., proposals should be functional “buildings” not simply observation, communication, or other towers).

The competition is open to all students who are registered at a University level. For recently graduated students: you must have been a registered student during the Fall 2017 term, i.e., August–December 2017 or later.
■ Entries to the CTBUH competition must be original works by the students and can not have been submitted to any previous design competition. Students may work under the guidance of a faculty adviser if they so choose.
■ The official language of the competition is English.
■ Participation in this competition is anonymous. You will be issued a registration number which will serve as the only means of identification during the entire judging process.
■ Contact between participants and members of the jury is prohibited.
■ Five “Finalists” will be selected to present their schemes at the CTBUH 2018 Conference. Participation in the Conference and presentation to the jury are required as a condition of being awarded “Finalist” status and receiving the award (a travel stipend is provided for one representative per team, see below). Finalist teams that do not attend will be ineligible for prizes.
■ Copyright and intellectual rights of the submissions remain with the original authors. Successful participants in the CTBUH Student Design Competition agree to allow the CTBUH to display their work in printed format at the CTBUH 2018 Conference Oct. 21st-Oct. 25th; display images and a text description of their work on the CTBUH website at, and use an image of their work in promotional material for future CTBUH competitions.

■ Monday, March 22nd – Competition formally launched
■ Monday, July 16th – Registration deadline
■ Monday, July 23rd – Submission deadline
■ Friday, August 10th – Short-listed “Semi-finalists” notified
■ Friday, August 24th – Top-five “Finalists” notified
■ Sunday–Monday, October 21st–October 22nd – CTBUH 2018 Conference, Top-five Finalists will present to the jury in Dubai. Winners will be announced during the conference.

■ First Place: US$6,000 US$3,000 cash + stipend to attend CTBUH 2018 Conference (up to US$3,000 value*)
■ Second Place: US$5,000 US$2,000 cash + stipend to attend CTBUH 2018 Conference (up to US$3,000 value*)
■ Third Place: US$4,000 US$1,000 cash + stipend to attend CTBUH 2018 Conference (up to US$3,000 value*)
■ Fourth Place: US$3,000 Stipend to attend CTBUH 2018 Conference (up to US$3,000 value*)
■ Fifth Place: US$3,000 Stipend to attend CTBUH 2018 Conference (up to US$3,000 value*)
■ Honorable Mentions A select number of entries will be recognized as Honorable Mentions and awarded with a certificate separate to the Conference.
■ Exhibition: A poster exhibition of the five “Finalists” and a selected number of “Semi-finalist” entries will be exhibited during the CTBUH 2018 Conference.

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