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Enter the FUTURE SC2013 Design CompetitionNovember 15th, 2013

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FUTURE is launching, for third consecutive year, an international ideas competition to identify the best design concepts with the challenge to develop visionary urban proposals with the intention of stimulating contemporary cities, in this case 2 different locations: Harbin and Vigo. The aim of the competition is to offer opportunities, for all architecture students and young architects around the world that are not always available through other selection methods. Significant architects have launched their careers because their designs were selected as the winning schemes.

How do we imagine new urban regenerations?

REGISTRATION DEADLINE:
November 15th, 2013

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
November 22nd, 2013

LINK:
http://arqfuture.com/en/concurso/

AWARD/PRIZE

Winning entrants will receive cash prizes totalling 7,500€ in each site:
+ First prize: 3.500 Euros (Taxes included)
+ Second prize: 2.000 Euros (Taxes included)
+ 2 honorable mentions: 1.000 Euros each one (Taxes included)
+ 6 finalists: as acknowledgment (A limited number of 6 finalists will be awarded at the jury's discretion)

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Competition type The open competition is single-phase and anonymous. Participants taking part in the competition shall be architecture students or architects under 35 years old on the closing date for submission of entries (November 22, 2013).

Digital Presentation Format Entries must be sent to concursos@arqfuture.com by November 22, 2013, 24:00h Spanish local time, with the following requirements:
* 2 vertical A1 format panels in Portable Document Format (PDF) below 6MB each.
* Each presentation should include (but are not limited to) the following required drawings: site plan, floor plans; elevations and building sections sufficient to show site context and major program elements; a three dimensional representation in the form of either an axonometric, perspective, or renders, one of which should illustrate the character of the project; and a short text describing the most important concepts of the design project.

JURY

+ Cheng Taining, National Academician of China, President of China United Zhujing Architecture Design Co., Ltd
+ Fernando Agrasar, Director at ETSAC Escola Tecnica Superior de Arquitectura de A Coruña
+ He Jingtang, National Academician of China, President of School of Architecture and Architectural Design Research Institute of South China University of Technology
+ Jesus Irisarri, Professor at ETSAC, irisarri-piñera architects
+ Mei Hongyuan, President of School of Architecture of Harbin Institute of Technology and Architectural Design and Research Institute of HIT
+ José Juan González-Cebrián Tello, past Dean at ETSAC
+ Dong Danshen, President of Architectural Design and Research Institute of Zhejiang University, Hangzhou
+ Alfonso Penela Fernández, Design Professor at ETSAC
+ Wang Xingtian, General Convenor of The Contemporary Chinese Architectural Forum and President of Architects NIKKO-Shanghai Xingtian Architectural Design Group
+ Manuel Gallego Jorreto, past Professor at ETSAC
+ Tan Chong Chim, Executive Director of AVID ARCHITECTS PTE LTD, Shanghai
+ Alfredo Freixedo Alemparte, Design Professor at ETSAC;
+ Cesar Portela Fernández-Jardón, past Head of Projects Department at ETSAC;
+ Eduardo de la Peña, Secretary of Architecture and Design Department at Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid
+ Robert Terradas, Director at Escuela Arquitectura LaSalle, Barcelona;
+ Carlos Ferrater, Founding partner at OAB Office of Architecture in Barcelona
+ Rafael de La-Hoz, President at Rafael de La-Hoz Arquitectos
+ Gerardo Mingo Pinacho, architect and President of Future Group

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