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The Big Tiny Coffee House Challenge , Finnland

Wettbewerbs-Ergebnis

wa-ID
wa-2024386
Tag der Veröffentlichung
01.03.2018
Aktualisiert am
06.07.2018
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Andere
Teilnehmer
Keine Teilnahmebeschränkung
Auslober
Koordination
Bee Breeders (former HMMD Group), Kowloon, Hong Kong
Bewerbungsschluss
25.04.2018
Abgabetermin
29.05.2018
Preisgerichtssitzung
27.06.2018

1. Preis

Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
Projekt: Coffee Podium
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong
  • 1. Preis: Lau Wai Lap, Hong Kong

2. Preis

Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
Projekt: Tiny Coffee House
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA
  • 2. Preis: Ali Parva · Reza Khosravi, Old Dominion University, USA

3. Preis

Studio 2hb srl, Italien
Marco Di Pisa · Daphne Tarantino
Marianna Di Salvo · Silvia Albano
Projekt: As Home
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien
  • 3. Preis: Studio 2hb srl, Italien

Anerkennung

Maria Law · Razvan Pop · Joe Harris
Stefan Munteanu, UK
Projekt: Coffee Bug

Anerkennung

Vit Forman · Katerina Kruskova, Tschechien
Projekt: Coffee House

Anerkennung

Juthamanee Sawatdeenarumon · Piyapon Yukuntornpanya
Nantarat Wattanakul · Thadcharin Suttapom,
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand
Projekt: Kremm Coffee and Gelatin

Anerkennung

Eric Wang & Associates, Hong Kong
Eric Wang
Projekt: Arthropod

Anerkennung

Vlad Dumitru · Lauren Martin, UK
Projekt: The Big Tiny Coffee House Challenge

Anerkennung

Rachel Fay · Olivia Green, Australien
Projekt: Fika
Verfahrensart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Coffeeshops have become an integral part of the modern urban landscape, with your next shot of espresso never more than a short walk away. Coffee culture witnessed a boom in popularity in the 90s; experiencing incredible growth that was further boosted by the emergence of the digital age. Nowadays you’d be hard-pressed to find a cafe not filled to the brim with an army of “freelancers” workers searching for a strong WiFi signal and an even stronger Arabica blend.

Despite what sitcoms like Friends might have you believe, Americans are not the biggest coffee-drinkers in the world. Scandinavian countries like Finland, Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Sweden are the ones that crave the most caffeine, with world number 1 Finland consuming an average of 12 kg of coffee per person per year.

Participants of this competition were tasked with expanding the premise of the modern coffee shop, creating a design that could be easily replicated in miniscule locations across northern Europe. They were asked to look past the traditional lounge motif that permeates today’s coffee shop culture, and create a new iconic look for the caffeine dispensary.
The Big Tiny Coffee House Challenge

Auslober / Competition Organiser
Kremm Coffee and Gelato
kremmkremm.com/

Wettbewerbsbetreuung / Competition Contact
Bee Breeders (former HMMD Group)
Hong Kong
beebreeders.com/

Competition related enquiry:
eva@beebreeders.com

Wettbewerbsaufgabe / Competition Task
It’s hard to remember a time when there wasn’t a coffee shop perched on every corner. With the boom of coffee culture in the late 90s, mornings seem unbearable without the support of a caffeine kick. Emulating the cosmopolitan New York lifestyle of shows like Friends, Seinfeld, and Sex and the City, ambiance-inspired cafés that encourage its customer to linger were a big step away from the greasy spoons of yesteryear.

Coffee culture was then further cemented by the emergence of the digital age, when workers were freed from their desks and took to working from any coffeeshop with a strong WiFi signal and an even stronger Arabica blend. And despite what the US sitcoms would have you believe, Americans are not the biggest coffee drinkers in the world. The Times recently mapped the world according to coffee consumption per capita, with Finland taking the top spot averaging 12 kg of coffee per person per year. Their fellow Scandinavians Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Sweden all also appearing in the top 10.

The Big Tiny Coffee House Challenge is asking participants to design a coffee shop kiosk that could be replicated in capital cities across Northern Europe. In partnership with “Kremm Coffee and Gelato”, we are looking for iconic designs that can be easily constructed and transported, while at the same time being sophisticated enough to have the potential to become a recognised landmark in their own right.

The kiosk should accommodate one barista and be suitable for all weather conditions. Winning designs will be put forward for consideration for construction, with “Kremm Coffee and Gelato” committed to construct the series of the coffeehouses in 2018/2019.

Wettbewerbsart / Competition Type
International Architecture Competition

Zulassungsbereich / Admission Area
International

Teilnehmer / Participants
Competition is open to all. No professional qualification is required.
Design proposals can be developed individually or by teams (4 team members maximum).

Termine / Schedule
Registration deadline – 25 April, 2018

Preise / Prizes
Cash prize award: $ 5,000.00 USD

Unterlagen / Documents
tinycoffeehouse.beebreeders.com/

Language:
- Correspondence with organizers must be conducted in English.
- All information submitted by participants must be in English

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