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Amsterdam Art Bridge , Amsterdam/ Niederlande

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Phuchong Yamchomsuan · Boonjira Phaisitwanichkul · Sarit Rungtrakoolchai, Thailand
Projekt: Amsterdam Hidden Art Bridge
  • 1. Preis: Phuchong Yamchomsuan · Boonjira Phaisitwanichkul ·  Sarit Rungtrakoolchai, Thailand
  • 1. Preis: Phuchong Yamchomsuan · Boonjira Phaisitwanichkul · Sarit Rungtrakoolchai, Thailand

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Ugur Yildirim Simsek · Utku Akcay, Türkei
Projekt: Van Gogh Art Bridge
  • 2. Preis: Ugur Yildirim Simsek · Utku Akcay, Türkei
  • 2. Preis: Ugur Yildirim Simsek · Utku Akcay, Türkei

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Zack Matthews, USA
Projekt: Amstel Arts Bridge
  • 3. Preis: Zack Matthews, USA
  • 3. Preis: Zack Matthews, USA
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Ziel des Wettbewerbs ist die Gestaltung einer ikonischen Fußgängerbrücke im Herzen von Amsterdam, die auch als Kunstgalerie, Veranstaltungsort und als dynamischer öffentlicher Raum fungieren soll.
Der Entwurf soll nicht nur die spezifische Funktion berücksichtigen, sondern auch die städtebauliche Wirkung und Einfügung – ein architektonisches Symbol für eine europäische Hauptstadt.
Eine Brücke ist eine Struktur die gebaut wurde, um zwei Punkte miteinander zu verbinden, die durch physische Hindernisse wie Wasser oder hügeliges Gelände getrennt sind. Fußgängerbrücken sind so ausgelegt, dass sie relativ kurze Entfernungen überbrücken und Hindernisse überwinden können. Es sind leichtgewichtige Einsätze, die entwickelt wurden, um die Last von Menschen zu Fuß und von Radfahrern zu bewältigen.
Der Wettbewerb fordert die Teilnehmer auf, die Struktur einer Brücke als skulpturalen und künstlerischen Ausdruck neu zu erfinden. Die Teilnehmer werden ermutigt, innovative, zeitgemäße Struktursysteme für die Brücke zu erfinden, die dem grundlegenden funktionellen Design der Brücke eine architektonische Note verleihen soll.
Der Standort für die Brücke befindet sich zwischen den beiden berühmten Brücken von Amsterdam, nämlich Blauwbrug und Magere Brug.
Die Brücke wird die Amstel-Straße an beiden parallelen Rändern der Amstel verbinden.
Latitude: 52°21’55”N
Longitude: 4°54’05”E


Competition Organizer
Archasm, Indien
Online international architectural competition website and blog that organises open-idea competitions in the fields of architecture and design

Mail: queries@archasm.in

Competition Task
Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands is said to be a city with heart. The polycentric city of Amsterdam has its heart and soul lying in its ring of canals and bridges that bind the concentric and infinite loop that the city is. The city is popularly called the ‘Venice of North’, for its more than one hundred kilometers of canals, around 90 islands and about 1500 bridges.

The canals and bridges of Amsterdam are as typical a symbol of the Netherlands as are its museums and art centres. The city has a very strong cultural and artistic identity. Amsterdam is the most important cultural and artistic centre to the north from Paris and between London and Cologne. Art galleries play a major role on the rich cultural scene of Amsterdam - along with theatres, concert halls, museums, libraries, design centers, and periodical events such as cultural festivals and art fairs. Amsterdam is known for its heavy-hitters of art history – Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh.  The city of museums is the one of the most important destination for the art-mappers of the world.
Architecture is also a physical manifestation and expression of art and there is no surprise that Amsterdam has become renowned as the City of beautiful Bridges. Linking the city’s distinct neighborhoods through an intricate, slowly evolving web, these structures – some of which date back more than 350 years – help bicycles, scooters, locals, tourists, cars, horses, cats and dogs across its roads and over its waters. The very famous and different city bridges like Magere Brug, Nesciobrug, Torensluis, Hogesluis and Blauburg etc. offer a view of different cityscapes through their eyes and ears.

The aim of the competition is to design an iconic pedestrian bridge in the heart of Amsterdam that will also function as an art gallery, performance venue and a very dynamic public space. The proposal must not only attend to the specific function but the design should also take into consideration the urban insertion and impact geared towards creating a new architectural symbol for a European capital city.

Innovate and redefine the aesthetic approach towards designing a bridge.
The bridge is a structure built to link two points that are separated by physical obstacles such as a water body or undulated terrain. Footbridges or pedestrian bridges are designed to span relatively shorter distances and provide passage over the obstacles. Pedestrian bridges are light-weight insertions that are designed to take the load of people on foot and even cyclists, rather than heavy vehicular traffic. The competition asks the participants to reinvent the structure of a bridge as a sculptural and artistic expression so that it complements the landscape. Participants are encouraged to invent innovative contemporary structural systems for the bridge that add an architectural twist to the very basic functional design of the bridge. The aesthetic quality, materiality, volume and form of the bridge should add vitality, beauty and a sense of identity to the structure.
Insert the aspect of a museum/gallery space on a pedestrian bridge to promote art as an inclusive expression and increase the overall vitality of the bridge.

Participants should incorporate an on-the-way art district over the pedestrian bridge. The participants should try and break the exclusivity of art galleries, design centres and museums by fusing them into a widely-used public space. Art as an expression should reach out not just to the enthusiasts but for general public and tourists. The competition seeks the creation of a museum/gallery experience in a new format by inserting the function on a daily use bridge structure. The idea is to involve and surround daily users of the bridge in an artistic dialogue rather than it being enclosed in a pre-defined space. The bridge-gallery prototype will be an important cultural landmark, giving an extra dimension to a ‘basic functional space’.
Enrich community life by injecting, activating and rejuvenating the public space in and around the pavilion.

The bridge should become an important landmark and reference point for the inhabitants and visitors of the city, a space that is integrated in the natural environment and that is flexible enough to adapt to a wide variety of activities in and around it. The bridge should rejuvenate the public life in the city and connect people in a more meaningful manner.

Start of Competition and Early Registration: 1st October 2017
Early Registration ends: 14th December 2017
Standard Registration starts: 15th December 2017
Deadline for Questions: 31st December 2017
Standard Registration ends: 14th January 2018
Closing day for Submissions: 15th January 2018
Announcement of Winners: 10th February 2018

*Note: All deadlines are 11:59 pm - 00:00 IST (India).

Winning participants will receive prizes totaling INR 2,00,000 with the distribution as follows:
First prize- INR 1,00,000/- + Certificate
Second prize- INR 60,000/- + Certificate
Third prize- INR 40,000/- + Certificate
10 Honorable mentions

Winners and honorable mentions will be published on archasm’s website and several international architecture magazines and websites partnered by us.

Early Registration:
From 1st October 2017 to 14th December 2017
– For Indian nationals- INR 1500 (per team)
– For Foreign nationals- EUR 60 (per team)

Standard Registration:
From 15th December 2017 to 14th January 2018
– For Indian nationals- INR 1800 (per team)
– For Foreign nationals- EUR 80 (per team)

Entrants may register by filling the registration form and submitting it with the appropriate payment through our secure gateway on our website www.archasm.in

Group discounts apply for a minimum of 5 teams from one particular architecture school/university as our initiative to promote more participation from students.

Send us the following details at queries@archasm.in to avail the offer.
– Names of all the participating team members and their respective team leaders.
– Name of the university.
– School ID proofs of the team leaders.

It will not be possible to amend or update any information relating to your registration including the names of team members once validated.

Other details
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