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  • Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces
  • Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces
  • Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces
  • Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces
  • Gewinner: Devei Nie · 涵王 · Xiao Yang · Zongxiang Yang,
  • Runner-Up: Azade Taebi · Yasman Roshani,
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Luis Felipe Betancur Uribe · Juan Jose Vargas Castillo,
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Ju Wang,

Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces , München/ Deutschland

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2027255
Tag der Veröffentlichung
07.08.2019
Aktualisiert am
02.03.2020
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Andere
Teilnehmer
Keine Teilnahmebeschränkung
Auslober
Bewerbungsschluss
08.12.2019
Abgabetermin
18.12.2019
Preisgerichtssitzung
18.01.2020
Bekanntgabe
24.02.2020

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Gewinner

Devei Nie · 涵王 · Xiao Yang · Zongxiang Yang,
Projekt: Swap in the park
  • Gewinner: Devei Nie · 涵王 · Xiao Yang · Zongxiang Yang,
  • Gewinner: Devei Nie · 涵王 · Xiao Yang · Zongxiang Yang,

Runner-Up

Azade Taebi · Yasman Roshani,
Projekt: Link
  • Runner-Up: Azade Taebi · Yasman Roshani,
  • Runner-Up: Azade Taebi · Yasman Roshani,

Lobende Erwähnung

Luis Felipe Betancur Uribe · Juan Jose Vargas Castillo,
Projekt: Platform Park (Huddle)
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Luis Felipe Betancur Uribe · Juan Jose Vargas Castillo,
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Luis Felipe Betancur Uribe · Juan Jose Vargas Castillo,

Lobende Erwähnung

Ju Wang,
Projekt: A Bridge
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Ju Wang,
  • Lobende Erwähnung: Ju Wang,
Verfahrensart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Einsamkeit und Depression sind häufige Probleme im Alter. Mit zunehmendem Alter wird es schwieriger, mit neuen Menschen zu interagieren und neue Beziehungen zu knüpfen. Zudem fehlt es auch an altersgerechten öffentlichen Räumen.

Wie kann in einem solchen Szenario die Architektur als Instrument genutzt werden, um Lösungen für die Probleme der Isolation im Alter vorzuschlagen? Wie können öffentliche Räume für den Prozentsatz der Bevölkerung, der in Zukunft über 60 Jahre alt wird, einladender und zugänglicher werden?

Im Alter ist eine unbezahlbare Sache, die sie besitzen, ihre Erfahrung. Wie kann die Architektur Räume schaffen, die die Interaktion der Älteren mit der Jugend oder den Kindern erhöhen, um ihre Erfahrungen zu teilen?

Competition assignment
Loneliness and depression are common problems seen in the old age group. With the progressing age, it becomes more difficult to interact with new people and to make new connections. Moreover, there is also a lack of elderly-friendly public spaces.

In such a scenario, how can architecture be used as a tool to propose solutions to cater to the issues of isolation at an old age? How can public places become more inviting and accessible to the percentage of the population that will be turning over 60 in the future?

Being old, one priceless thing they possess is their experience. How can architecture create spaces that can increase the interaction of the elderly with the youth or children to share their experience?

Preisgericht / Jury
Stefan Sjöberg, Founding Partner, Kjellander Sjöberg, Sweden
Nicola Probst, Owner, Nicola Probst Architetti, Switzerland
Oscar Miguel Ares, CEO, contextos de arquitectura y urbanismo, Spain
Huddle – Designing more elder friendly public spaces

Organizers
UNI, UNIEGIS NETWORK Private Limited, New Delhi
competitions.uni.xyz

Overview
Population Ageing - a phenomenon that was initially faced by the developed countries but the developing nations are catching up soon. The number of senior citizens (60 years and above) is estimated to increase from 901 million in 2015 to 1.4 billion in 2030 and 2.1 billion in 2050.

On the other hand, urbanisation has been rapidly increasing leaving 55% of the total population now living in cities and is said to increase up to 68% over the coming decades as per the UN.

As people grow older, depression and loneliness are regarded as the major problems that they face. This is a resultant of either living alone or lack of close family ties and reduced connection with their culture of origin. This leads to making them unable to participate in community activities. With advancing age, it is inevitable that people lose connection with their friendship networks. It also becomes more difficult to initiate new friendships and thus belong to new networks.

This eventually leads to poor quality of life among the elderly.

Challenge
Loneliness and depression are common problems seen in the old age group. With the progressing age, it becomes more difficult to interact with new people and to make new connections. Moreover, there is also a lack of elderly-friendly public spaces.

In such a scenario, how can architecture be used as a tool to propose solutions to cater to the issues of isolation at an old age? How can public places become more inviting and accessible to the percentage of the population that will be turning over 60 in the future?

Being old, one priceless thing they possess is their experience. How can architecture create spaces that can increase the interaction of the elderly with the youth or children to share their experience?

Competition Type
Open competition

Admission Area
International

Eligibility
- Minimum eligible age for participation is 18 years.
- There is no restriction to the degree or design disciplines to participate in the challenge.
- Participation in the competition can happen in a team as well as an individual.
- Maximum numbers of participants in a team are 4.
- The challenge is open worldwide for anyone to participate.

Schedule
Registration ends: December 08, 2019
Submission ends: December 18, 2019
Shortlist entries announced: December 28, 2019
Jury evaluation: December 28, 2019 – January 18, 2020
Public voting ends: January 18, 2020
Results announcement: January 28, 2020

More information and documents at
competitions.uni.xyz/huddle

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