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  • 1. Preis: Katya Crawford, Ane Gonzalez Lara, Kathy Kambic,
  • Preis: Álvaro Fernández Rico, Cristina Nieto Ariza, Francisco Moreno Aranda, Juan Vargas Franco, Andrea Camacho Carnero,
  • Preis: Amaia Monteagud, Ane Garai, Nora Erdozain, Oihane García, Sara Urcel,
  • Preis: Isabel Manso Cristóbal, Alicia Serna Crespo,

What's Up Paris?, Paris/ Frankreich

Web-ID
wa-2021125
Tag der Veröffentlichung
22.12.2016
Aktualisiert am
15.01.2017
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Zulassungsbereich
Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum
Teilnehmer
All students and architects or related professions
Auslober
Bewerbungsschluss
22.12.2016
Preisgerichtssitzung
15.01.2017

1. Preis

Katya Crawford, Ane Gonzalez Lara, Kathy Kambic,
„Parc Heure“
  • 1. Preis: Katya Crawford, Ane Gonzalez Lara, Kathy Kambic,

Preis

Álvaro Fernández Rico, Cristina Nieto Ariza, Francisco Moreno Aranda, Juan Vargas Franco, Andrea Camacho Carnero,
„SWITCH OFF TO LIGHT YOUR LIFE“
  • Preis: Álvaro Fernández Rico, Cristina Nieto Ariza, Francisco Moreno Aranda, Juan Vargas Franco, Andrea Camacho Carnero,

Preis

Amaia Monteagud, Ane Garai, Nora Erdozain, Oihane García, Sara Urcel,
„THE CLOUD it´s your choice“
  • Preis: Amaia Monteagud, Ane Garai, Nora Erdozain, Oihane García, Sara Urcel,

Preis

Isabel Manso Cristóbal, Alicia Serna Crespo,
„Tricote, tricotes, tricotons“
  • Preis: Isabel Manso Cristóbal, Alicia Serna Crespo,

Anerkennung

Guillermo Gil Gonzalez,
„ ALICE IN WONDERLAND“
  • Anerkennung: Guillermo Gil Gonzalez,

Anerkennung

Alvaro Daniel Gatica Díaz,
Victor García García · Juan Iglesias Baz

„BALLONS“
  • Anerkennung: Alvaro Daniel Gatica Díaz,

Anerkennung

Andrés Arjona Cuesta,
Rodrigo Carreño Alcantara · Juan Galvan Villalba · Jose Garcia Gómez · Candela Garcia Huber · Juan Carlos Monteverde Segovia · Laura Montiel Vega · Raul Ruiz Alamino

„CAFE THEATRE“
  • Anerkennung: Andrés Arjona Cuesta,

Anerkennung

Francesco Cauda,
Eleonora Marchioni, Italien

„Dáidalos“
  • Anerkennung: Francesco Cauda,

Anerkennung

Federico Bernal,
„DNA“
  • Anerkennung: Federico Bernal,

Anerkennung

Soheil Shahraki,
„Infinite Spaces“
  • Anerkennung: Soheil Shahraki,

Anerkennung

Cristina Aragón Malo,
Katarzyna Cebula, Spanien

„ living in a BUBBLE“
  • Anerkennung: Cristina Aragón Malo,

Anerkennung

Pavel Bartov ,
Timofeeva Polina, Italien

„SOUND_OF_REALITY“
  • Anerkennung: Pavel Bartov ,

Anerkennung

Maaría Palazón Ros,
Christian Serra Micó, Spanien

„symphonyofthelight“
  • Anerkennung: Maaría Palazón Ros,

Anerkennung

Javier Senosiain,
Javier Senosiain

„WATERINMARS“
  • Anerkennung: Javier Senosiain,
Verfahrensart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
Paris, capital of France and city of light. One of the most important centers of Europe and the most visited in the world with over 42 million tourists a year. It is also one of the key points when it comes to fashion and luxury. It has many monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, the Sacre Coeur, the Hôtel des Invalides, the Pantheon, among others. It also has recognized worldwide such as the Louvre, Orsay or the National Museum of Natural History of France institutions.
Full of wide avenues, huge parks and gardens, and emblematic buildings, which place is more appropriate than this garden at the foot of the Eiffel Tower where dozens of young people spend the day and meet with friends?
THIS IS THE SPACE, YOUR PROJECT MUST ATTRACT PEOPLE AND, even if it is just for a moment, KEEP AWAY TECHNOLOGY.
The proposed site invites you to rethink what is necessary to create an atmosphere where technology should not have any role where the talks “face to face” are the predominant element, where we can relax listening to a musician playing the guitar, having a coffee or making an improvised picnic.
Imagine a space without mobile phones. HAVE FUN and project freely.


>> Alles zum Wettbewerbsergebnis:
http://rethinkingcompetitions.com/previous-competitions/010-whats-up-paris
What's Up Paris?

Paris, capital of France and city of light. One of the most important centers of Europe and the most visited in the world with over 42 million tourists a year. It is also one of the key points when it comes to fashion and luxury. It has many monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Champs Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, the Sacre Coeur, the Hôtel des Invalides, the Pantheon, among others. It also has recognized worldwide such as the Louvre, Orsay or the National Museum of Natural History of France institutions. Full of wide avenues, huge parks and gardens, and emblematic buildings, which place is more appropriate than this garden at the foot of the Eiffel Tower where dozens of young people spend the day and meet with friends? THIS IS THE SPACE, YOUR PROJECT MUST ATTRACT PEOPLE AND, even if it is just for a moment, KEEP AWAY TECHNOLOGY.

The proposed site invites you to rethink what is necessary to create an atmosphere where technology should not have any role where the talks “face to face” are the predominant element, where we can relax listening to a musician playing the guitar, having a coffee or making an improvised picnic.

Imagine a space without mobile phones.

HAVE FUN and project

Wettbewerbsart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb

InteZulassungsbereich
rnational

Teilnehmer
All students and architects or related professions anywhere in the world can participate in the contest.

Termine
Early registration: 16. November 2016
Regular registration: 09. Dezember 2016
Late registration: 22. Dezember 2016

Teilnahmegebühr
Early registration 30 € + IVA
Regular registration 50 € + IVA
Late registration 70 € + IVA IVA: 21%


Preise The amount of 3,000 € will be distributed as follows:
First prize 1.500 € 3 x accésits 3 x 500 €

Unterlagen
rethinkingcompetitions.com/project/010-whats-up-paris

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