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  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 1. Preis: Lisa Voigtländer, SungBok Song,
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Joshua Duncan, Chaz Flint,
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Jari Lonka, Francesco Allaix, Lilja Mustila,
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Giuseppe De Marinis Gallo​, ​​Gianluca Gnisci​​​,
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Minjae Kim, Kwang Ja Oh,
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 1. Preis: Nile Greenberg​,
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 1. Preis: Luis Fco. Romero Martinez, Sandra Gomez Alba​,
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 2. Preis: Sinan Gunay, Nurhayat Oz​​,
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 2. Preis: Sigurd Larsen, Simon Jendreizig, Vanessa Panagiotopoulou, Marlene Kjeldsen, Guillermo Fernandez Villar, Pedro Campos Altozano​,

Plan B. The City above the City , Metsä/ Finnland

Architektur Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2020884
Tag der Veröffentlichung
03.11.2016
Aktualisiert am
01.11.2016
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
Teilnehmer
Architekten (auch Studenten
Auslober
Bekanntgabe
01.11.2016

Kategorie Large Scale Interventions
1. Preis

Lisa Voigtländer, SungBok Song,
„Tammelan Kruunu”
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 1. Preis: Lisa Voigtländer, SungBok Song,

Kategorie Large Scale Interventions
2. Preis

Joshua Duncan, Chaz Flint,
„Lightweight living”
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Joshua Duncan, Chaz Flint,

Kategorie Large Scale Interventions
2. Preis

Jari Lonka, Francesco Allaix, Lilja Mustila,
„Plug-In“
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Jari Lonka, Francesco Allaix, Lilja Mustila,

Kategorie Large Scale Interventions
2. Preis

Giuseppe De Marinis Gallo​, ​​Gianluca Gnisci​​​,
„Aboveall”
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Giuseppe De Marinis Gallo​, ​​Gianluca Gnisci​​​,

Kategorie Large Scale Interventions
2. Preis

Minjae Kim, Kwang Ja Oh,
„The Green Intervention​”
  • Kategorie Large Scale Interventions 2. Preis: Minjae Kim, Kwang Ja Oh,

Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions”
1. Preis

Nile Greenberg​,
„Dear Landlord”
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 1. Preis: Nile Greenberg​,

Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions”
1. Preis

Luis Fco. Romero Martinez, Sandra Gomez Alba​,
„Vertical Lilong”
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 1. Preis: Luis Fco. Romero Martinez, Sandra Gomez Alba​,

Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions”
2. Preis

Sinan Gunay, Nurhayat Oz​​,
„Colliding Lines and Lives”
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 2. Preis: Sinan Gunay, Nurhayat Oz​​,

Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions”
2. Preis

Sigurd Larsen, Simon Jendreizig, Vanessa Panagiotopoulou, Marlene Kjeldsen, Guillermo Fernandez Villar, Pedro Campos Altozano​,
„Dachkiez,Village On The Roof​”
  • Kategorie „Small Scale Interventions” 2. Preis: Sigurd Larsen, Simon Jendreizig, Vanessa Panagiotopoulou, Marlene Kjeldsen, Guillermo Fernandez Villar, Pedro Campos Altozano​,
Verfahrensart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb (auch für Studenten)

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
THE CITY ABOVE THE CITY initiative challenges architects and students of architecture from around the world to push the boundaries of modern wood building design in the urban environment. Entrants are asked to select a centrally-located building in one of the world’s most populated cities and develop an innovative wood design solution that adds density through additional floor area. Known buildings, especially buildings under threat of demolition are encouraged as sites for revitalization, new development and innovation.
Housing the world’s growing urban population is one of the most significant challenges facing humanity today. Currently, half of the world’s population live in cities. By 2050, 2/3 of the world’s population will live in urban areas. Cities must develop strategically to meet these immense housing demands along with the associated infrastructure. Too often the proposed solutions to this problem show little regard for the existing framework of our cities, choosing instead to replace the old with new, at great environmental, social, and cultural cost. The greatest design challenge then, is not only to build new structures, but to build upon the existing fabric of our cities, knitting together old and new. Today, engineered wood offers designers an incredible opportunity to meet this challenge. New wood products allow designers to build taller structures that are much lighter than alternative materials (steel and concrete) while still meeting strict criteria for fire resistance and/or seismic challenges. All this can be achieved using a natural, beautiful material – grown by the sun.
The properties of wood material are utilized best when building up. The tallest trees in the world grow to forty storeys tall. There is no reason why our building too, cannot reach even higher in wood. Utilizing the inherent strength of wood fiber there are countless new possibilities to explore.
We are excited to see what ideas you have to show the world!


Weitere Information zum Wettbewerb:
www.metsawood.com/global/Campaigns/planb/building-extensions/Pages/Architecture-competition-winners.aspx
p> Plan B - The city above the city
Metsä, Finnland     
   

Auslober
Metsä Wood Merk GmbH, Aichach

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
THE CITY ABOVE THE CITY challenges architects and students of architecture from around the world to push the boundaries of modern wood building design in the urban environment. Entrants are asked to select a centrally-located building in one of the world’s most populated cities and develop an innovative wood design solution that adds density through additional floor area. Known buildings, especially buildings under threat of demolition are encouraged as sites for revitalization, new development and innovation.
Housing the world’s growing urban population is one of the most significant challenges facing humanity today. Currently, half of the world’s population live in cities. By 2050, 2/3 of the world’s population will live in urban areas. Cities must develop strategically to meet these immense housing demands along with the associated infrastructure. Too often the proposed solutions to this problem show little regard for the existing framework of our cities, choosing instead to replace the old with new, at great environmental, social, and cultural cost. The greatest design challenge then, is not only to build new structures, but to build upon the existing fabric of our cities, knitting together old and new. Today, engineered wood offers designers an incredible opportunity to meet this challenge. New wood products allow designers to build taller structures that are much lighter than alternative materials (steel and concrete) while still meeting strict criteria for fire resistance and/or seismic challenges. All this can be achieved using a natural, beautiful material – grown by the sun.
The properties of wood material are utilized best when building up. The tallest trees in the world grow to forty storeys tall. There is no reason why our building too, cannot reach even higher in wood. Utilizing the inherent strength of wood fiber there are countless new possibilities to explore.
We are excited to see what ideas you have to show the world!

Wettbewerbsart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb (auch für Studenten)

Teilnehmer
Architekten, Studierende

Termine
Abgabe Unterlagen 30.09.2016
Preisverleihung 10/2016

Preisgericht
­Stefan Winter, Mike Kane, Michael Green

Preise
Gesamtpreissumme netto    € 17.000,–

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http://planb.metsawood.com/

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