2019 UIA-CBC International Colleges and Universities Competitive Construction Workshop 1. Stage

Projektstudie

Kurzbeschrieb Bauaufgabe

The theme of this year’s workshop is “Pear Orchard Cabins”, which takes the whole 100-year-old orchard as the site of design where 15 selected teams from renowned international and domestic universities will be involved to discuss how to “activate villages through design”. The teams will use a limited space to design and construct their cabin in order to provide more activity solutions to the villagers and visitors. The design will be based on the element of “pear” and picture future scenarios involving countryside spatial experience and pear-related themes all the way from design to constructions or construction. The design content is not limited to installations and may also include consideration of the site and the environment.
As an integral part of village revitalization plan, the workshop seeks to explore a rural public
architectural form than can fit in with nature. By linking up the 15 “Pear Orchard Cabins” in the
century-old orchard with a continuous infrastructure, it emphasizes the fun experience of
exploring the place, activates the heart of the village and injects the power of design into the
basic mode of rural production, driving the change and improvement of rural lifestyle and
providing a paradigm for rural construction.



Eckdaten

Ort
Siyang
Auftraggeber (Auslober)
Union International des Architectes (UIA)
Bauherrschaft
Union International des Architectes (UIA)
Verfahrensbegleitendes Büro
China Building Centre CBC
Baukategorie nach SIA102
Kultur und Geselligkeit
Art der Aufgabe
Neubau
Beschaffungsform (nach SIA)
Projektstudie
Sprache des Verfahrens
English
Anonymes Verfahren
Nein
Art des Verfahrens
Offenes Verfahren
Stufen
Zweistufig
Fachgebiet Federführung
Architektur
Weitere Fachgebiete
Design
Regionale Einschränkung
Internationaler Wettbewerb

Termine

15.01.19
Datum Publikation
31.03.19
Abgabe der Pläne

Jurymitglieder

Fachleute
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Sachverständige
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