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  • Museum of Emotions Edition #1
  • Museum of Emotions Edition #1
  • Museum of Emotions Edition #1
  • Museum of Emotions Edition #1
  • 1st Prize
  • 2nd Prize

Museum of Emotions Edition #1 , Singapur

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Buildner Architecture Competitions, Singapore

1st Prize

Demet Dincer · Mehmet Matin Pola
Bilge Altug, Australien
  • 1st Prize
  • 1st Prize

2nd Prize+Archhive Student Award

Christian Dummermuth, Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences,
Fachhochschule Main,
University of Applied Sciences
  • 2nd Prize
  • 2nd Prize

3rd Prize

Predrag Vujanovic, Schweden
  • Museum of Emotions Edition #1

Aapparal Sustainability Award

Anna Schuler · Sofie Louise Vieth, Hochschule Mainz
University of Applied Sciences,
Fachhochschule Main,
University of Applied Sciences
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The event tasked participants with exploring the extent to which architecture can be used as a tool to evoke emotion. The brief called for the design of a museum comprising two exhibition halls: one designed to induce negative emotions; the other designed to induce positive emotions. Participants were free to choose any site, real or imaginary, as well as choose the scale of the project. The definition of ‘positive’ and ‘negative’ emotions was also up for interpretation: whether fear, anger, anxiety, love, happiness, how might a designer define or conceive a corresponding space?
The Museum of Emotions is among Buildner' silent competitions, in which participants must communicate ideas using imagery void of text in any form: titles, captions, words rendered within visuals, even annotations related to scale or cardinal directions, were all off-limits’

Buildner worked with a strong international jury panel:
Martin Beverfjord is co-founder of Oslo-based Rever & Drage;
Tommaso Calistri is a Senior Architect at Dubai-based Killa Design where he has worked on projects including the recently-opened Museum of the Future;
Nina Freedman is the Principal of Dreamland Creative Projects and host of WHEREING, a Podcast about Belonging, Space and Design;
James Krueger is a Design Principal with HMC Architects in San Diego;
Sebastian Letz is a Partner at Milla & Partner, in Germany, whose work combines architecture, design, communication and media to create integrative scenographies and spatial experiences;
Nuno Pimenta runs a transdisciplinary practice in Porto, with a portfolio that spans temporary architecture, installation, public art, exhibition design and performance;
Angelo Renna is an architect with a focus on in multi-species narratives;
and Sean Shen is a lead architect at Shanghai-based ZJJZ Atelier.

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Museum of Emotions

Bee Breeders
Architecture Competition Organizers

The Competition
It may not be your first instinct when entering a building to consider how it makes you feel, but architecture has always had a big impact on emotions. Different spaces are designed to make their inhabitants feel different things; offices can make you feel energised and productive, art galleries can make you feel thoughtful and curious, and museums can make you feel calm and intrigued. Each of these spaces are completely different from each other and are far more than just a building.

As part of a series of annual architecture competitions, the Museum of Emotions competition is tasking participants with using architecture as a tool to bring out different emotions. They are being asked to design a museum that includes two separate exhibition halls that bring out contrasting emotions – one inducing negative emotions, and the other inducing positive emotions.

Participants are free to choose the specific emotions they incite with their designs – fear, anger, anxiety, love, happiness, laughter, etc. The purpose of the Museum of Emotions is to use architecture as the primary tool to create emotional states, through consideration of the scales of the spaces, the journey through the space, colour, lighting, and material choice.

As this is an ideas competition, participants are free to choose any site location, real or imaginary, as well as the size of their structure.

Museum of Emotions is one of Bee Breeders‘ silent competitions, in which participants must communicate their ideas without the use of any text. The design concept and thinking behind it must all be communicated solely through the use of visuals.

Competition is open to all. No professional qualification is required.
Design proposals can be developed individually or by teams (4 team members maximum).
Correspondence with organizers must be conducted in English;
All information submitted by participants must be in English.

Closing date for registration: 28 April 2022
Closing date for project submission: 09 June 2022 (11:59pm GMT+0)
Announcement of winners: 14 July 2022

Total Prize Fund: 6,000 €

1st Prize: 3,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
2nd Prize: 1,500 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
3rd Prize: 500 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement

ARCHHIVE Student Award: 500 € + 50 € ARCHHIVE BOOKS Gift Card + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
AAPPAREL SUSTAINABILITY AWARD: 500 € + 50 € AAPPAREL.com Gift Card + Publications + Certificate of Achievement

6 Honorable Mentions: Publications + Certificate of Achievement

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