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Omuli Museum of the Horse , Omuli/ Lettland

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2030433
Tag der Veröffentlichung
07.12.2020
Aktualisiert am
21.07.2021
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Andere
Teilnehmer
Keine Teilnahmebeschränkungen
Auslober
Koordination
Bee Breeders Architecture Competition Organisers, Singapore
Bewerbungsschluss
23.04.2021
Abgabetermin
25.05.2021
Bekanntgabe
06.07.2021

1. Preis

Dian Luo · Xiang Liu · Guisong Zhang, China
Projekt: Reflection of Life
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse

2. Preis

Doruk Alpsar · Amina Meslem, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate
Projekt: Site as a Museum
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse

3. Preis + BB Green Award

Vassil Vandov · Gergana Georgieva, Bulgarien
Projekt: Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse

BB Student Award

Claudiu Zidarescu · Irena Dunda · Teodora Maria Escu · Delia Teodora Răpsigan,
Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism, Rumänien
Projekt: Concentric
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse

Clients Favorite

Eliska Turanska · Jana Stofan Stykova · Katarina Stachonova, Slowakei
Projekt: Omuli Horse Museum
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
  • Omuli Museum of the Horse
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Die Omuli Grundschule öffnete ihre Türen zum ersten Mal am 8. Oktober 1936. Sie liegt in dem kleinen Dorf Omuli im Norden Lettlands, nahe der estnischen Grenze, und wurde vom damaligen Präsidenten K. Ulmanis in Auftrag gegeben. Im Laufe der Jahrzehnte schrumpfte die Anzahl der Schüler langsam, da ältere Schüler auf andere Schulen in der Nähe verlegt wurden.

In den darauffolgenden Jahren wurde das Gebäude als Postamt, Landwirtschaftsbüro, Wohnung und Bibliothek genutzt, steht aber seit 2013 unbewohnt. Im Jahr 2019 wurde die Immobilie in der ersten Blockchain-Immobilientransaktion in Nordeuropa an die Unternehmerin Eva Cildermane verkauft.

In Zusammenarbeit mit der Omuli School ruft Bee Breeders zur Einreichung von Bewerbungen auf, um das Gebäude und das umliegende Grundstück in einen Mehrzweckkomplex zu verwandeln, dessen Hauptattraktion ein Museum für Pferde sein wird. Das Museum wird die Besucher über die Natur und die Geschichte der lokalen Pferderassen informieren und auch praktische Workshops anbieten, wie z.B. die Herstellung eines eigenen Hufeisens und andere kleine Handwerksarbeiten.

Das Omuli Museum of the Horse wird sich im Biosphärenreservat Nordlettland befinden, einem der schönsten und landschaftlich reizvollsten Orte Nordeuropas, der von der UNESCO als Naturschutzgebiet von internationaler Bedeutung gelistet ist.

Das Omuli Museum of the Horse soll ein regionales Beispiel für grünes Bauen werden. Da die Gewinner des Wettbewerbs für die Realisierung in Betracht gezogen werden, müssen die Entwürfe einen starken Schwerpunkt auf nachhaltige, umweltfreundliche und kosteneffektive Bautechniken legen. Die Entwürfe für den Gebäudekomplex in diesem Wettbewerb müssen Unterkünfte für Besucher, eine Künstlerresidenz und natürlich das Museum of the Horse beinhalten!

Competition assignment
The Omuli Primary School first opened its doors on October 8th, 1936. Located in the small village of Omuli in Northern Latvia, near the Estonian border, the school was commissioned by then-president K. Ulmanis. Throughout the decades the number of students who attended slowly dwindled, with older students being transferred to other nearby schools.

In the years that followed the structure was used as a post office, a farm office, an apartment, and a library, but has been unoccupied since 2013. In 2019, the property was sold to entrepreneur Eva Cildermane in the first-ever blockchain real estate transaction in Northern Europe.

Bee Breeders, in partnership with Omuli School, are calling for submissions to transform the structure and its surrounding property into a multipurpose complex with the primary attraction being a museum for horses. The museum will inform visitors about the nature and history of local horse breeds as well as offering hands-on workshops such as making your own horseshoe and other small crafts.

The Omuli Museum of the Horse will be located within the North Latvia Biosphere Reserve, one of the most beautiful and scenic locations in Northern Europe which is listed as a nature conservation area of international importance by UNESCO.

The Omuli Museum of the Horse will look to become a regional example for green building practice. As competition winners will be put forward for consideration for construction, designs need to place a strong emphasis on sustainable, eco-friendly and cost-effective building techniques. Designs for the building complex in this competition need to include accommodation for visitors, an artists’ residence and, of course, the Museum of the Horse!

Jury
Diego Baraona, founder of Chile-based DBAA – Diego Baraona Arquitectos y Asociados
Robin Dhar, Director at UK based historic building specialists, Donald Insall Associates, Architects
Meritxell Inaraja Genís, founder of Meritxell Inaraja Arquitecta in Spain
Joe Martinolich, founder of JMM – Joe Martinolich Architect
Julie Nelson and Todd Poisson, partners at New York City-based design firm BKSK

Weitere Informationen zu den Gewinnern finden Sie unter /
More information about the winners can be found at:

architecturecompetitions.com/omulimuseum
Omuli Museum of the Horse

Organizers
Bee Breeders
Architecture Competition Organizers
beebreeders.com

The Competition
The Omuli Primary School first opened its doors on October 8th, 1936. Located in the small village of Omuli in Northern Latvia, near the Estonian border, the school was commissioned by then-president K. Ulmanis. Throughout the decades the number of students who attended slowly dwindled, with older students being transferred to other nearby schools.

In the years that followed the structure was used as a post office, a farm office, an apartment, and a library, but has been unoccupied since 2013. In 2019, the property was sold to entrepreneur Eva Cildermane in the first-ever blockchain real estate transaction in Northern Europe.

Bee Breeders, in partnership with Omuli School, are calling for submissions to transform the structure and its surrounding property into a multipurpose complex with the primary attraction being a museum for horses. The museum will inform visitors about the nature and history of local horse breeds as well as offering hands-on workshops such as making your own horseshoe and other small crafts.

The Omuli Museum of the Horse will be located within the North Latvia Biosphere Reserve, one of the most beautiful and scenic locations in Northern Europe which is listed as a nature conservation area of international importance by UNESCO.

The Omuli Museum of the Horse will look to become a regional example for green building practice. As competition winners will be put forward for consideration for construction, designs need to place a strong emphasis on sustainable, eco-friendly and cost-effective building techniques. Designs for the building complex in this competition need to include accommodation for visitors, an artists’ residence and, of course, the Museum of the Horse!

Competition Type
Open International Architecture Competition

Admission Area
International

Eligibility
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.

Schedule
Closing date for registration: 23 April 2021
Closing date for project submission: 25 May 2021 (11:59pm GMT+0)
Announcement of winners: 06 July 2021

Prizes
Total Prize Fund: 10,000 € + Construction

1st Prize: 5,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
2nd Prize: 2,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
3rd Prize: 1,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement

ARCHHIVE Student Award: 500 € + 50 € ARCHHIVE BOOKS Gift Card + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
BB Green Award: 500 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement

6 Honorable Mentions: Publications + Certificate of Achievement

More information and documents at
beebreeders.com/architecturecompetitions/omulimuseum

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