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Building for Bouwkunde, Holland (November 13, 2008)

Building for Bouwkunde, Holland (November 13, 2008)

Urmet @ 07.10.2008 18:46 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

Nagu kõigile teada siis 13 Mail 2008 juhtus draagiline sündmus ja Delfti Tehnikaülikooli Arhitektuuriteaduskond põles maha. Kogu hollandi arhitektuurkond oli shokis. Nüüdseks on toibutud, nähtud uusi võimalusi ja kuulutatud välja avalik ideede arhitektuurikonkurss.

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Tööde esitamine: November 13, 2008

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Urmet @ 16.03.2009 14:10 | Registreerunud: 17.04.2003

On March 14 Education Minister Ronald Plasterk announced the winners of the Building for Bouwkunde International Ideas Competition. The proposals of the eight nominees, together with the recommendations of a specially convened think tank, form the basis for concrete plans for the future. All competition entries are on display from March 15 in the ‘Building for Bouwkunde’ exhibition at NAi (Netherlands Architecture Institute) in Rotterdam.

How can the TU Delft Faculty of Architecture rise from the ashes? That was the big question after the fiery loss of the old faculty building on May 13, 2008. An international design competition was established to stimulate ideas for a new building. The ‘Building for Bouwkunde’ competition was officially launched in September 2008 during the International Architecture Biennale in Venice. It yielded 466 entries from 50 countries.

The entrants were asked to formulate a vision based on two competition themes: new concepts and dynamics of city and campus. Architects and students were challenged to redefine their faculty through reflection and debate. The jury members were impressed by the quality of entries and the amount of effort that had been put into the designs and presentations.

The competition resulted in a wealth of ideas, ranging from a single building to a collection of buildings. In some entries, the new faculty building is situated on the old site, but there were also entries that included unexpected new locations, both on and off campus, and even entries that called for the reuse of existing buildings. The ideas and proposals can provide a major boost to the discussion on the future of architecture education.

‘The open nature of the competition fostered tremendous creativity in an atmosphere of positive energy. I can say without reservation that the overwhelming number of entries from young architects and students from all over the world holds the promise of a new generation of architectural talent. The designs and ideas provide subject matter for an interesting discussion