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  • Gewinner : Hawkins/Brown, London

new Student Support Centre and Square at the University of Central Lancashire , Preston, Lancashire/ Vereinigtes Königreich

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Dokumentation
wa-ID
wa-2014549
Tag der Veröffentlichung
21.04.2016
Aktualisiert am
12.02.2017
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
Teilnehmer
Interdisziplinäre Teams bestehend aus Landschaftsarchitekten, Verkehrsplanern und Künstlern unter Federführung des Architekten
Beteiligung
41 Arbeiten
Koordination
RIBA Competitions, Leeds
Abgabetermin
19.05.2016
Abgabetermin Pläne
29.07.2016
Bekanntgabe
27.09.2016

Gewinner

Hawkins/Brown, London
Roger Hawkins
  • Gewinner : Hawkins/Brown, London

Finalisten

Associated Architects, Birmingham

Finalisten

Austin Smith: Lord, Bristol

Finalisten

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, London

Finalisten

Nicholas Hare Architects, London

Finalisten

Sheppard Robson, London

Finalisten

Stanton Williams Limited, London
Verfahrensart
Zweiphasiger Wettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Die Universität von Zentral-Lancashire (UCLan) in Preston wurde 1828 gegründet. Seit jenen Tagen wurde sie zu einer der größten britischen Universitäten, mit annähernd 38.000 Mitarbeitern und Studenten.
Die Universität hat nun für den Preston Campus einen neuen Masterplan mit £ 200 Mio vorgestellt, der im nächsten Jahrzehnt realisiert werden soll. Ein wesentliches Merkmal im Masterplan ist das Student Support Centre, welches Teil eines neuen öffentlichen Platzes für Preston und die UCLan sein wird. Das neue Zentrum und seine Umgebung werden die nördliche Seite des Platzes einrahmen, es soll einladendend, offenen, transparent und zugänglichen – zum Herz der UCLan werden.

Competition assignment
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in
Preston was founded in 1828 as the Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge. Since those early days it has grown into one of the UK’s largest universities with a staff and student community approaching 38.000. The University has embarked upon delivery of a new £ 200 million Masterplan over the next decade for their main Preston Campus. A key feature and highly important
development within the Masterplan is the new Student Support Centre Building that will be part of a new public square for Preston and UCLan. The new Centre and surrounding landscaping will frame the northern side of the square and a vision is set for an iconic, welcoming, open, transparent, accessible Student Support Centre that will help create a new heart for UCLan.

Jury
John Whiles, RIBA Adviser, Jestico & Whiles
David Taylor, UCLan Board
Fiona Armstrong, UCLan Board
Michael Ahern, UCLan
Paul Morris, UCLan
Prof Charles Quick, UCLan
Launch of design competition for a new Student Support Centre and Square at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston, Lancashire
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Competitions and the University of Central Lancashire are pleased to announce the launch of an international competition for a new Student Support Centre and creation of a new Square at the heart of their campus in Preston, Lancashire.
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is seeking Expressions of Interest from multi-disciplinary architect-led teams with exceptional design skills to help improve the student experience and create an attractive and world class campus for the future of UCLan in line with the University’s status as one of the UK largest Universities.
An equal honorarium of pound 7,000 (+VAT) will be paid to each of the seven design teams short-listed to participate in the tender and design concept phase of the competition.
The Judging panel includes John Whiles, Jestico & Whiles, as the RIBA Adviser.
UCLan Vice-Chancellor Professor Mike Thomas said: Our vision for the new student support centre and new square is to create an inspiring campus gateway which will be of benefit to both students and the local community. We are looking for an imaginative design which really helps draw the City and University together like never before. We’ll also engage with the local community and key stakeholders to gauge their opinion on the proposed designs, as their input is critical to this process.
Expressions of Interest are invited in accordance with the requirements set out in the Briefing Paper and Pre-Qualification Questionnaire available from the University in-tendhost.co.uk/universitycentrallancs/aspx/Home
For further information and to view the briefing paper please visit the competition website at www.ribacompetitions.com/uclan
The closing date for submissions is 10:00 hours on Friday 20 May 2016.
Notes to Editors:
RIBA Competitions
Please ensure RIBA Competitions is credited when mentioning the above competition. RIBA Competitions delivers choice, inspiration and value to clients through expertly run competitive selection processes. The dedicated RIBA Competitions team can help you explore the full potential of your project, for further information visit www.architecture.com/competitions
or email RIBA.Competitions@riba.org

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