“Kaizhou New City International Young Designer Competition” is calling for entries accepting submissions from young designers, artists, teachers and students in school in the fields of planning, architecture, landscape and art design.
The competition site is Kaizhou New City in Deyang City, Sichuan Province, which contains both regional characteristics and potentials in development. The competition encourages participants to select their own angles and conduct spontaneous research within the design scope. The topic and function are self-determined, while it needs to respond to current situation of the site, showing reasonable consideration on the practicability. The entries will be possibly put into operation based on decisions made by local government with specific implementation.
“Kaizhou New City International Young Designer Competition” is not only an exploration to improve quality of urban public spaces, but also an exploration to find approaches of originality and artistic creativity. Taking the Central Park as the carrier as well as the reserved development plots and Renmin Canal as the design area, it is a good opportunity to rethink and look forward to future of the city from the ecological perspective.
The competition takes on a micro approach and small-scale intervention to a specific site directly, rather than the overall layout and macro strategy of Kaizhou New City. Meanwhile, it places an equal emphasis on design and social perspectives. With the design of urban structures to stimulate the city’s vitality through urban renewal/repair functions, smart health or sports facilities, intelligent urban furniture, interactive art installations, intelligent lighting and way-finding systems, competitors are also required to put forward corresponding operation concepts in later phases, propose new perspectives, new stages and new focus to enrich the daily life, in hopes of finally achieving the goal of livable city and natural harmony.
❶ Creativity: Create diverse and interesting places for citizens and tourists. Design should be original;
❷ Locality: Project should be designed with a comprehensive consideration of local history, culture, and natural environment with its regional features highlighted;
❸ Sustainability: The sustainability of materials and operation should be considered;
❹ Feasibility: The selection of material and the form of construction should all be feasible;
❺ People-orientation: Designs should fully consider diverse needs of different groups of people and provide citizens and tourists urban spaces for activities.
➜ Panels should be in A1 format (594mm x 841mm) in landscape orientation, each submission should include at least 3 panels, if more than 3 panels submitted, only the first 3 panels will be reviewed. Provide panels that best express the creative intention of the work, such as masterplan, renderings, plans, elevations, sections, key details and diagrams, as well as a 500-word design description (integrated within the panels), the panels scale is not specified. The style and scale of panels shall be at the discretion of each competitor, if there is a physical model involved, photographs of the physical model can be included.
➜ Other auxiliary information may also be included in submission (such as design booklet, video, physical model, etc)
➜ Submitted panels should be in JPG format, with resolution no less than 300dpi, the long side of the panels should be no less than 1500pixels.
➜ Text documents should be in TXT or WORD format, and should be sorted and organized within a folder with the name of the work.
Please note that registration deadline is 31 July, 2020 but you can submit your works until 31 August, 2020.
There are no enty fee to participate!
It's free to enter!
“Kaizhou New City International Young Designer Competition” is open to international and national young designers, artists, teachers and students in school in the fields of planning, architecture, landscape and art design.
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