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Ecole Speciale d’Architecture, Paris, France
Priscila Moreno Bellas
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of
Rio de Janeiro, BrazilVendula Urbanova
FUA TUL, Liberec, Czech Republic
Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Academie van Bouwkunst Amsterdam,, The Netherlands
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120 is an independent competition organized by students on a non-profit, voluntary basis without the involvement of a school administration. The organizing committee of 120 is recruited from
the student masses of the three main architecture schools in Norway, BAS, AHO and NTNU.
120 hours has this year teamed up with students from BAS - The Bergen School of Architecture. Focusing our attention on the western coast of Norway, the competition aims to take a critical view towards the crown jewel of the picturesque coast: The Geiranger fjord. The task of 120 HOURS 2013 is to design a Cruise ship Hyperdock structure that actively and formally engages the surrounding context and natural conditions. The proposed structure must accommodate a minimum of three cruise ships at once, (see attached specifications on required docking space), and attempt to
supply clean energy to the ships while docked, implementing a sustained approach for future gain.
The structure may also include other programs such as: Hotel, Harbor office, Tourist office, laboratories, bike and kayak rental, sports fishing possibilities, etc. You are free to choose any supplementary program, but this is not a requirement. The extent of the site is indefinite, and you will define it yourself within the center of Geiranger, both on land and sea.
Julien de Smedt, JDS Architects (Vors.)
Beatrice Galilee, Curator and Writer
Ibrahim Elhayawan, Various Architects
Joakim Skajaa, Eriksen Skajaa Architects
Anders Sletten Eide, 4th year student at
Bergen School of Architecture