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Architecture at Zero 2019

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提交日期:2019年1月28日
注册日期:2019年1月10日
语言:英语
定位:概念性
奖励:25000美元
类型:开放型

“零建筑”(Architecture at Zero)是零损耗能源设计竞赛,面向全球的学生和专业人士开放,是建筑、工程、规划学生和专业人士所追求的节能设计。今年的竞赛将在加州州立大学蒙特利湾校区进行。报名截止日期为2019年1月10日。学生注册免费。

太平洋天然气和电力公司(PG&E)、美国建筑师协会、加利福尼亚理事会(AIACC)公布了第八届零能耗建筑(ZNE)设计竞赛。该竞赛面向全球学生和专业人士开放,直至2019年1月28日。

今年,太平洋天然气和电力公司与加州州立大学蒙特利湾校区合作,将在校园内建造一座零能耗(ZNE)学生娱乐中心。项目为节能建筑,并通过现场可再生能源发电(如屋顶太阳能)来抵消其消耗的能源。获奖者将由国际专家评审小组选出,奖金总额高达25000美元。

“美国建筑师协会、加利福尼亚理事会联合举办本次竞赛,突出建筑师在解决全球气候变化问题方面的作用。”AIA、AIACC总裁Britt Lindberg说。

该竞赛需要全新的创新理念,帮助实现加州新住宅的建设目标,即到2020年所有的住宅建筑都为零能耗,到2030年所有的商业建筑也都为零能耗。去年的竞赛是为旧金山州立大学设计海湾社区教育游客中心,以及加州蒂布龙的海洋科学中心。

太平洋天然气和电力公司高级主管Vincent Davis说:“PG&E很荣幸能够连续第八年赞助‘零建筑’竞赛,本次竞赛展示了零净能源的可能性,以及如何通过设计的方式应对全球气候变化,并为加州清洁能源的未来发展而努力。”

“加州州立大学蒙特利湾校区学生、教职员工每天都会实行透明的规划和环境管理,因为我们将前军队基地改造成大学校园。校方很高兴与PG&E以及来自世界各地的参赛者合作,为学生娱乐中心开发能源零损耗建筑设计,减少人们对自然资源的利用。”CSU蒙特利湾校区高级校园规划师Matthew S. McCluney说。

参赛作品的提交将于2019年1月28日截止,并将由国际专家小组评审,其中包括国家可再生能源实验室首席工程师Paul Torcellini、Gregg D. Ander, LLC总裁Gregg Ander,以及美国建筑师协会会员Allison Williams、Marsha Maytum、Lynn Simon、Cole Roberts。


参赛资格

本次竞赛面向世界各地的学生、建筑师、景观设计师、城市规划师、工程师和设计师开放。


奖项和评审

奖金总额高达25000美元。

参赛作品将通过展板的方式进行评审,评审重点是整个项目和相应的材料。审查小组将进行技术评审,向评审委员会提供技术评估。评审团将从所有提交的作品中确定获奖作品。技术评估不是评判参赛作品的唯一标准,而是整体项目设计评估的补充部分。

参赛作品单独评审,不进行多样对比。提交的作品是评判的唯一信息,标准包括设计质量、构思理念、创新度、可行性和技术应用。

获奖名单将于2019年3月1日太平洋标准时间上午10:00在CSUMB宣布。主办方将会对获奖者进行通知。详情联系:info@architectureatzero.com。


截止日期

报名截止日期为2019年1月10日太平洋标准时间下午1:00,提交截止日期为2019年1月30日太平洋标准时间下午1:00。 学生必须填写报名表。

请注意,“零建筑”竞赛需通过电子注册。如果要提交多个项目,则每个项目都需要单独注册。

所有提交的材料均成为太平洋天然气和电力公司(PG&E)的专属财产,公司保留展示和复制提交材料的权利。参赛者默认同意“零建筑”竞赛的所有条款和条件。如果提交项目进行公开,设计团队将拥有相应的荣誉说明。提交作品都真实有效。


实地考察

来自CSUMB和PG&E的代表们将于2018年10月6日中午12点参观比赛场地。 本次会议将进行拍摄录像,并在网站上公布,回答大众的问题。
考察登记:请通过RSVP确认是否出席:info@architectureatzero.com
地址:校友和游客中心
网站:https://csumb.edu/directory/buildings/alumni-visitors-center
要求:穿舒适的鞋子。
行程大约需要60分钟。

竞赛网站:http://www.architectureatzero.com/

Submission: January 28, 2019
Registration: January 10, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: $25,000
Type: Open

Architecture at Zero is a zero net energy design competition open to students and professionals worldwide, engaging architecture, engineering, and planning students and professionals in the pursuit of energy efficient design. This year’s competition will be for a site on the California State University, Monterey Bay campus in California. Registration deadline is January 10, 2019. Student registration is free.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and the American Institute of Architects, California Council (AIACC) announced the eighth annual Architecture at Zero competition for zero net energy (ZNE) building designs. The competition is open for entries from students and professionals worldwide now through January 28, 2019.
This year, PG&E is partnering with California State University, Monterey Bay to create a ZNE Student Recreation Center at the campus. ZNE structures are designed from the start to be energy efficient and offset the energy they consume through onsite renewable energy generation such as rooftop solar. Winners will be chosen by a panel of international experts and awarded up to $25,000 in total prizes.
“The American Institute of Architects, California Council is excited to collaborate on this important initiative that affirms the role of architects in leading efforts to use design to curtail climate change,” said Britt Lindberg, AIA, AIACC President.
The competition strives to generate new, innovative ideas for ZNE construction to help achieve California’s goal for all new residential construction to be ZNE by 2020 and all new commercial construction to be ZNE by 2030. Last year’s competition spurred state-of-the-art designs for a bayside community education and visitor’s center at San Francisco State University’s Estuary and Ocean Science Center, based in Tiburon, Calif.
“PG&E is proud to sponsor Architecture at Zero for the eighth year in a row. This competition demonstrates what’s possible with zero net energy and how these designs can help combat climate change in our local communities and build towards California’s clean energy future,” said Vincent Davis, PG&E’s Senior Director of Customer Energy Solutions.
“CSU Monterey Bay students, faculty and staff practice transparent planning and environmental stewardship daily as we transform a former army base into an inspiring university campus. The campus is thrilled to partner with PG&E and participants from around the world to develop zero net energy building designs for a Student Recreation Center that reduces our exercise of natural resources,” said Matthew S. McCluney, Senior Campus Planner at CSU Monterey Bay.
Competition entries are due by January 28, 2019 and will be juried by a panel of international experts including Paul Torcellini, Principal Engineer, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Gregg Ander, President of Gregg D. Ander, LLC; Allison Williams, FAIA; Marsha Maytum, FAIA, LEED AP; Lynn Simon, FAIA and Cole Roberts.

ELIGIBILITY
This competition is open to students, architects, landscape architects, urban planners, engineers and designers anywhere in the world.

AWARDS AND JUDGING
Up to $25,000 in total prize money will be awarded to student and professional winners.
Entries are judged on the presentation board highlighting the project and any supplementary documentation. A separate review panel will convene to jury the technical components, which will result in a Technical Evaluation provided to the Jury. The Jury will determine the winners from all submissions. The Technical Evaluation is not the sole criterion on which entries will be judged but acts as a complement to the overall project design evaluation.
Entries are weighed individually, not in competition with others. Jury decisions will be based solely on the materials submitted. Criteria include quality of design, resolution of the program or idea, innovation, thoughtfulness, and technique.
Winners will be announced on March 1, 2019 at 10:00 AM PST at at CSUMB Entrants are invited to attend this public announcement by the Architecture at Zero jurors.  Please RSVP to: info@architectureatzero.com.

DEADLINES
The registration deadline is January 10, 2019 at 1:00 PM PST and the submission deadline is January 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm PST. Students must complete the registration form.
Please note that the Architecture at Zero competition uses an electronic registration process. If you are submitting multiple projects, you will need to register each project separately.
All submissions shall become the property of Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), which reserves the right to exhibit and reproduce any of the submissions. By submitting a project, the entrant agrees to all Terms and Conditions outlined in the Architecture at Zero Terms and Conditions.  In any public use of the submissions, credit will be given to the design team. All submissions are final.

SITE INSPECTION
Representatives from CSUMB and PG&E will lead a tour of the competition site on October 6, 2018 at 12 noon.  This session will be filmed and questions and answers posted on the website for those unable to attend in person.
To attend:  Please confirm your attendance via RSVP to: info@architectureatzero.com
Address:  Alumni and Visitors Center
Directions:  https://csumb.edu/directory/buildings/alumni-visitors-center
Wear sturdy shoes.
The tour will take approximately 60 minutes.

competition’s website: http://www.architectureatzero.com/

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