Non Architecture Competition: Amsterdam Bicycle Bridge now is over!
CALL FOR ENTRIES: Non Architecture (NonA) recently has announced “Amsterdam Bicycle Bridge”, asking participants to design a cycling bridge in the context of Amsterdam, an effective connection over the river Ij for pedestrians and cyclists.
In this competition, organiser ask participants to design a cycling bridge in the context of Amsterdam, an effective connection over the river Ij for pedestrians and cyclists.
The Netherlands are renowned for their popular biking culture, which made the country a world reference when it comes to cycling infrastructure. The city of Amsterdam embeds the value of slow mobility and biking, but today it lacks a cross river connection for cyclists and pedestrians.
As designers, how can we think of a bridge that would match the conflicting interests of citizens and autorities? How can a bridge become an architectural icon for the waterfront of Amsterdam? Amsterdam Cycling Bridge aims to answer those questions by inviting designers to create solutions that might visualize new/old opportunities and challenges, bringing the realization of a bridge one step closer.
It's required 1 design expressed in 3 drawings.
➜ Innovation - In terms of program management, technology and originality of the formal solution proposed.
➜ Communication - Clarity, appeal and experimentation in the presentation of the proposal.
➜ Relevance - The degree to which the proposal is related or useful to the proposed theme.
These values will lead the selection of the finalists’ projects and they will be used by the jury as a guideline in their decision.
The winner will be announced between 10 – 14 May.
Entry fee starts from 40 € during the (2 – 14 January) Special registration period, after that period ends the amount of the entry fee will increase.
Who can participate? ⇣
Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually.
Non Architecture Competitions will award only one winner that will receive 1.000 euros worth in gift cards from one of the major online shops chosen by the winner, and 7 honourable mentions.
The winner and the honourable mentions will be published in the Non Architecture Competitions books and website and reviewed in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.
The organization might establish additional special prizes and awards during the competition development and in the evaluation phase.