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Beirut Museum of Art , Beirut/ Libanon

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

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Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
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HW architecture, Paris
Hala Wardé
Jean-François Bourdet, Anna Ugolini, Sandro Carbone, Stéphanie Menem, Miguel Reyes, Jugulta Leclerre

M&E/Sustainability Engin./Structural Engin.:
ARUP London
David Richards, Damian Eley

Michel Desvigne, Paris

Ducks Sceno, Michel Cova

8’18’’, George Berne, Remy Cimadevilla

Art Conservation:
Claire Bergeaud

Urban Design:
Nabil Beyhum

Marie Mailliard

3D modeling:
Toshi Kubota

3D rendering:
Artefactory, Erci Anton

Model maker:
Jean-Louis Courtois, Michel Goudin
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Offener, zweistufiger Wettbewerb

Der Standort des Museums liegt zentral im Herzen der Stadt Beirut. Das Grundstück befindet sich im Besitz der Université Saint Joseph (USJ). Für einen Teil des Grundstücks wurde ein langfristiger Mietvertrag mit der USJ für die Entwicklung des Museums unterzeichnet, auf dem Rest des Grundstücks sollen zukünftig Bildungs- und Wohnanlagen für den USJ-Campus entwickelt werden.
Die Wettbewerbsaufgabe gliedert sich in zwei Teile: ein neues Kunstmuseum und einen städtebaulicher Masterplan für das Museum und die angrenzenden Bereiche.
Das Grundstück hat eine Gesamtfläche von 12.603 m2, 2.780 m2 davon sind für das Museum vorgesehen.
Open call for an innovative and contemporary architectural design to house the museum, which is set to open in 2020
The international design competition for Lebanese origin launches October 1, 2015 with a Jury headed by Lord Peter Palumbo, Chair of the Pritzker Architecture Prize (Beirut/New York) October 1, 2015
The Association for the Promotion and Exhibition of the Arts in Lebanon (APEAL) is pleased to announce the launch of an design competition for a new modern and contemporary art museum in the heart of Beirut, Lebanon.
Situated on a historic and symbolic site across from the National Museum in the Achrafieh district of Beirut, the museum is one of the most significant developments for Lebanese art and culture in a generation. The yet-to-be-named museum is envisioned as a multidisciplinary hub of art and design dedicated to showcasing modern and contemporary Lebanese culture. Set to open in 2020, its collections and program are being developed with the aim of bringing together diverse populations and narratives from the region and beyond. While located on a site owned by Université Saint-Joseph in Beirut, the museum will retain an independent governance structure.
APEAL, known for its leadership as an international platform promoting arts and culture from Lebanon, seeks an innovative architectural design dedicated to its core mission of nurturing and promoting art from Lebanon and the Lebanese diaspora, both regionally and within an international context. The competition is open to architects Lebanese practicing either in Lebanon or abroad.
The independent jury of renowned international and regional experts, chaired by Lord Peter Palumbo, Chair of the Pritzker Architecture Prize, includes Zaha Hadid, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Julia Peyton-Jones, Rodolphe Khoury, Lamia Joreige Fares Al Dahdah in addition to representatives from APEAL and Université St. Joseph.<
The finalist will be an exceptional architect who identifies with the project values and understands the significance of designing a cultural institution in the current urban, social, economic and political context of the country and region. The call to architects entails two stages:
Stage One: Request for Qualifications (RFQ), open to all Lebanese origin architects based in Lebanon or abroad.
Based on the submissions to this RFQ, a short list of up to ten architects will be established. The online submission template can be found here:
The closing date for Stage 1 submissions is 4 January 2016, at 6pm [Beirut standard time; GMT+2 hours].
Stage Two: Short listed architects will be invited to participate in a comprehensive Request for Proposals (RFP) to envision strategies for the site and develop a concept scheme design for the museum, along with technical and commercial elements.
The winning proposal will be selected in Fall 2016.
For further information how to enter visit
or contact
This is the first of many exciting announcements on the ongoing museum project. In the coming months the museum will announce its official name, details about its collections and programming, and its curatorial staff. The search for the museum’s founding director is currently underway.
Notes to Editors:
The Association for the Promotion and Exhibition of the Arts in Lebanon (APEAL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to showcasing and encouraging Lebanese artists by projecting their artwork beyond conventional borders and onto a larger screen. One of APEAL's goals is to create a common platform and magnet for creativity by presenting eclectic collections gathered from a universe of gifted visual, literary or performing artists.
APEAL strives to be a point of connection in vital cultural conversations between civilizations. Composed of Lebanese and citizens from around the world, the group envisions launching exchange programs between artists from the Lebanese scene and counterparts elsewhere, from universities and art academies. It is also dedicated to granting scholarships to promising talent, and contributing to the formation of trained curators and professionals to help put them on a par with their peers the world over. By creating this window, APEAL is helping nurture the seeds of Lebanon’s artistic potential and preserving its cultural fabric in a vibrant, forward looking post conflict society.
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