Landscape Design Concept for the Tuchkov Buyan Park in Saint Petersburg now is over!
Landscape Design Concept for the Tuchkov Buyan Park in Saint Petersburg: International Competition for the Architectural Landscape Design Concept for the Tuchkov Buyan Park in Saint Petersburg, held on the initiative and with the support of the Government of Saint Petersburg, now is opened for entries, inviting all architects and landscape designers from all countries to participate.
On 15 November, the International Competition for the Architectural Landscape Design Concept for the Tuchkov Buyan Park in Saint Petersburg will begin accepting applications from participants.
The subject of the Competition is the development of a landscape architecture concept for the park, embankment, square, and adjacent streets. The concept must include landscape, city-building, planning, form-based, and architectural solutions and meet the demands of the Competition’s brief. The territory of the future park is located in the Petrograd region of Saint Petersburg, and is part of the Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments UNESCO World Heritage Site, established in 1990. The site is within walking distance of the city’s key landmarks: Peter and Paul Fortress, the Rostral Columns of Vasilievsky Island, the Hermitage and Palace Square, the Admiralty, the Church of the Savior on Blood, the Russian Museum, St Isaac Cathedral, and others. The Competition will take place in a single stage. As part of the pre-qualification process, applicants will submit applications with information about their companies and experience in creating public spaces. Members of the Jury will select eight competitors from the first stage who will receive a detailed Сompetition’s brief for developing landscape architectural concepts.
The competition brief will be prepared by the technical committee and published in mid-January.
The application shall be submitted in the electronic version or in the original version.
The goal of the Competition is to determine the 3 best landscape architectural concepts for the park that best respond to the demands of the Competition’s brief, from which two finalists and one winner of the Competition will be chosen by a ratings-based vote.
There is no entry fee to participate!
No Entry Fee!There is no entry fee to participate!
The Competition is open to architects and landscape designers from all countries.