Register: APR/30/2018, Submit: APR/30/2018, Eligibility: Professionals, undergraduate students, graduates; individually, teams up to 5 members, Fee: 15 EUR PayPal, 20 EUR bank transfer (JAN/22 – MAR/02/2018); 20 EUR PayPal, 25 EUR bank transfer (MAR/03 – APR/30/2018), Awards: Winner 500 EUR (excluding TAX) for each participant; Top 3 finalists – an annual subscription to the Domus magazine in digital format; Special Mentions
Copenhagen is a city that has a strong connection with its own waterfront. Founded in the twelfth century as a small fishing community, it has always meant the port area as the first defensive bulwark of warfare that has influenced the interior design. The historic palaces, on which the Kronborg Castle stands, feature ancient atmospheres that are perfectly suited to contemporary mold architecture. Cultural ferment translates socially into events inspired by the most innovative trends in fashion, design and architecture. We want to imagine the Copenhagen Conference Hall, near Tivoli Park and the railway station, a new symbol for an evolving context; a multidisciplinary pole that, through exhibitions and meetings, can foster the connections between cultures. An architecture that is able to enter fully into the progressive icons of the Danish capital.
Site of project: Copenhagen, Denmark, H.C. Andersen Boulevard
Surface area: 3170 m2
- Foyer: 100 m2
- Auditorium/Theatre: 500 seats
- Exibition Hall: 200 m2
- Coffee-bar: 100 m2
- Public WC: 3 for sex and 1 for disabled
- 4 offices for staff: 30 m2 everyone
- 1 dressing room for staff: 50 m2
- Storage for machinery: 200 m2
- Green terrace: free dimension
Functional specifications are a design support, all functions can be integrated at the discretion of the participants. The area should be considered free from any sediment (trees and buildings) and there are no height limits for the new project.