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LACMA not LackMA „For a Bigger, Better Los Angeles County Museum of Art“ , Los Angeles/ Vereinigte Staaten

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2028719
Tag der Veröffentlichung
13.03.2020
Aktualisiert am
12.05.2020
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Andere
Teilnehmer
Architekt*innen etc
Beteiligung
28 Arbeiten
Auslober
Bewerbungsschluss
20.03.2020
Abgabetermin
08.04.2020
Bekanntgabe
13.04.2020
Public Voting bis
15.05.2020

Kategorie: From the Ground Up

Gewinner

Paul Murdoch Architects, Los Angeles
Projekt: Unified Campus

Gewinner

COOP HIMMELB(L)AU Wolf D. Prix & Partner ZT GmbH, Wien
Projekt: LACMA Wing

Gewinner

TheeAe (The Evolved Architectural Eclectic), Hong Kong
Projekt: HILLACMA

Kategorie: Working with the Existing Buildings

Gewinner

RUR Architecture PC Reiser + Umemoto, New York
Projekt: Re(in)novating LACMA

Gewinner

Barkow Leibinger Architekten, Berlin
Lillian Montalvo Landscape Design, Los Angeles
Projekt: Tabula LACMA

Gewinner

Saffet Kaya Design, London
Projekt: Reimagining/Restructuring
Verfahrensart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Das Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) ist das größte enzyklopädische Museum westlich des Mississippi mit 350.000 m² bebautem Innenraum in seinen vier Kerngebäuden auf einem 6 Hektar großen Gelände. Das LACMA steht kurz vor einem großen Bauprojekt: Die vier bestehenden Gebäude auf dem Ostcampus (das Ahmanson, Hammer, and Arts of the Americas Buildings und das Bing Center) werden abgerissen und durch ein neues Gebäude ersetzt. Nach sorgfältiger Analyse der öffentlich zugänglichen Dokumente über das neue Gebäude sind wir der Ansicht, dass der Entwurf zutiefst fehlerhaft und dysfunktional ist. Wir laden Sie ein, Ideen für ein alternatives LACMA-Gebäude für die Permanenten Sammlungen einzureichen, eines, das die Galerieräume nicht verkleinert, sondern erweitert, das tatsächlich ein Zuhause für die Sammlungen sowie alle zur Präsentation und Pflege der Sammlungen erforderlichen Dienstleistungen bietet.

Dieser Ideenwettbewerb lädt Sie ein, Ideen vorzuschlagen, die intelligente, funktionale, inspirierende und spannende Lösungen aufzeigen. Wir laden Sie ein, Ideen in einer kurzen Charrette zu formulieren, um Alternativen aufzuzeigen, die inspirieren und einen Weg für ein LACMA aufzeigen, das verbessert und frisch, nicht reduziert und kompromittiert ist.

Es gibt zwei grundlegende Ansätze, die man verfolgen könnte. Beide sind willkommen.

A) Arbeit mit allen oder einigen der bestehenden Gebäude
Die bestehenden Gebäude, drei in den 1970er Jahren und eines in den 1980er Jahren erbaut, alle stark vernachlässigt und erdbebengefährdet, sollen umgebaut, aufgewertet und modernisiert werden. Die bestehenden Galerieräume verfügen über eine Vielzahl von Ausstellungsräumen, die sich gut eignen, um verschiedene Arten von Kunst zu zeigen. Die Außenseiten der Gebäude werden von sehr wenigen geliebt. Wenn Sie sich für die nachhaltigere Option der Wiederverwendung des Bestehenden entscheiden, wie würden Sie die Originale neu strukturieren und erweitern? Die Quadratmeterzahl der bestehenden Gebäude beträgt etwa 350.000 m². Sie könnten auf etwa 500.000 m² erweitert werden, um Sammlungen unterzubringen, die seit dem Bau des Gebäudes „Arts of the Americas“ durch das Museum vor über drei Jahrzehnten gewachsen sind.

B) Bei Null anfangen.
In diesem Vorschlag würden Sie die 4 Gebäude, die eigentlich abgerissen werden sollten, abreißen und an ihrer Stelle ein neues Gebäude errichten.

Competition assignment
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest encyclopedic museum west of the Mississippi with 350,000 sf of built interior space in its four core buildings, on 6 acres of land. LACMA is about to enter a major construction project: the four existing buildings on the east campus (the Ahmanson, Hammer, and Arts of the Americas Buildings, and the Bing Center) will be demolished and replaced by one new building. After carefully analyzing publicly available documents about the new building, we believe the design to be deeply flawed and dysfunctional. We are inviting you to submit ideas for an alternative LACMA Building for the Permanent Collections, one that would expand gallery space, rather than shrink it, one that will actually offer a home for the collections as well as all services needed to showcase and care for the collections.

This idea competition is inviting you to propose ideas that show solutions that are smart, functional, inspiring and exiting. We invite you to formulate ideas in a quick charrette to show alternatives that inspire and show a way forward for a LACMA that is improved and fresh, not reduced and compromised.

There are two basic approaches one could take. Both are welcome.

A) Working with all or some of the existing buildings
The existing buildings, three constructed in the 1970s, one in the 1980s, all badly neglected and in need of seismic upgrades, would be remodeled, upgraded and updated. The existing gallery spaces have a wide variety of exhibition spaces, well suited to show different kinds of art. The outsides of the buildings are beloved by very few. If you chose to go with the more sustainable option to reuse the existing, how would you reframe and expand the originals? The square footage of the existing buildings is about 350,000 sf. They could be expanded to about 500,000 sf to accommodate collections that have grown since the museum built the Arts of the Americas building over three decades ago.

B) Starting from scratch.
In this proposal, you would demolish the 4 buildings actually planned to be demolished and build a new building in its place.

Preisgericht / Jury
Aaron Betsky: author of numerous books on architecture and an active architecture critic, Aaron is the newly named director of the Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design, Blacksburg.
Barton Phelps: an L.A. based architect who for decades practiced from his office in the Desmond’s building on Wilshire, Barton has long been an observer and theorist of urban landscapes.
Greg Goldin: co-author of Never Built Los Angeles and Never Built New York, Mr. Goldin was for many years the architecture critic for Los Angeles Magazine. He is co-chair of The Citizens’ Brigade to Save LACMA.
Joseph Giovannini: A prominent critic, journalist, author, teacher and architectural designer, and runs his own practice, Giovannini Associates. He is the architecture critic of the Los Angeles Review of Books, and co-chairs The Citizens’ Brigade to Save LACMA.
J. Patrice Marandel: the former Chief curator of the European Art at LACMA, Patrice has been and remains an advisor to the Ahmanson Foundation.
William Pedersen: a co-founder of the New York-based architectural firm, Kohn Pedersen Fox.
Winka Dubbeldam: Head of the New York-based architectural practice Archi-Tectonics, and now heads the architecture school at the University of Pennsylvania.
Advisor - John Walsh: Mr. Walsh is the former head of the J. Paul Getty Museum, and before that he worked at the Frick, the MET and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Pop-Up Architecture Competition: LACMA not LackMA „For a Bigger, Better Los Angeles County Museum of Art“

Organizers
The Citizens‘ Brigade to Save LACMA
savelacma.org

Questions
Please send any questions you might have for us in an email with the subject line “Competition Question” to competition@savelacma.org.

We will answer questions relevant to the competition in mass emails to all who entered the competition, so everyone works off the same information, however, the name of the people who submitted the question will remain anonymous.

Please note, the deadline for competition/brief related questions is Monday, March 23, 2020.

Competition Brief
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is the largest encyclopedic museum west of the Mississippi with 350,000 sf of built interior space in its four core buildings, on 6 acres of land. LACMA is about to enter a major construction project: the four existing buildings on the east campus (the Ahmanson, Hammer, and Arts of the Americas Buildings, and the Bing Center) will be demolished and replaced by one new building. After carefully analyzing publicly available documents about the new building, we believe the design to be deeply flawed and dysfunctional. We are inviting you to submit ideas for an alternative LACMA Building for the Permanent Collections, one that would expand gallery space, rather than shrink it, one that will actually offer a home for the collections as well as all services needed to showcase and care for the collections.

This idea competition is inviting you to propose ideas that show solutions that are smart, functional, inspiring and exiting. We invite you to formulate ideas in a quick charrette to show alternatives that inspire and show a way forward for a LACMA that is improved and fresh, not reduced and compromised.

There are two basic approaches one could take. Both are welcome.

A) Working with all or some of the existing buildings

The existing buildings, three constructed in the 1970s, one in the 1980s, all badly neglected and in need of seismic upgrades, would be remodeled, upgraded and updated. The existing gallery spaces have a wide variety of exhibition spaces, well suited to show different kinds of art. The outsides of the buildings are beloved by very few. If you chose to go with the more sustainable option to reuse the existing, how would you reframe and expand the originals? The square footage of the existing buildings is about 350,000 sf. They could be expanded to about 500,000 sf to accommodate collections that have grown since the museum built the Arts of the Americas building over three decades ago.

B) Starting from scratch.

In this proposal, you would demolish the 4 buildings actually planned to be demolished and build a new building in its place.

Context
The background material for the competition will include pertinent information on the current LACMA campus, including two buildings designed by Renzo Piano over the last 15 years on LACMA’s West Campus, and another designed by the New York Firm, Weiss/Manfredi, who won a recent competition for the adjacent Page Museum of Natural History.

This is an idea competition organized by The Citizens’ Brigade to Save LACMA. We are not affiliated with LACMA or Museum Associates, which runs LACMA. We believe it is important to publicly display ideas that could truly capture people’s eyes, hearts and minds, in order to reset the museum’s architectural path and keep LACMA intact and thriving as an encyclopedic museum. It is our hope that new designs will showcase the collections in a practical and architecturally stimulating environment that will itself be a work of art, the largest in LACMA’s collection. A Jury of Architecture and Museum professionals will Judge the entries.

Competition Type
Open ideas competition

Admission Area
International

Participants
Architects, etc.

Schedule
Closing date for registration: Friday, March 20, 2020
Closing date for questions: Monday, March 23, 2020
Closing date for submission: Wednesday, April 8, 2020 (before Midnight Pacific Standard Time)
Announcement of the winners: Monday, April 13, 2020

Prizes
The jury will award a total of US $10,000 in prize money to competition winners at jury’s discretion.

Top entries will be published online and in print.

More information and details at
savelacma.org/comp

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