Site Art Center _ Cascais, Portugal
an international architecture competition (February 12, 2015 - June 30, 2015)
On behalf of ArkxSite, we would like to congratulate the following winners and honorable mentions for their compelling competition submissions!
These results are composed of (7) teams of young professional architects and (3) teams of architecture students!
A special thank you to the Jury members: Alberto Mottola (Italy), Felipe Grallert (Chile), Rasmus Jessing (Denmark) for their expertise, valuable time and dedication throughout the evaluation period!
Thank you to all of the participants for submitting your ideas, enjoy browsing through the diverse design proposals!
AC15069: Weronika Bogal, Adam Łyko (POLAND)
AC15111: Giacomo Razzolini, Antonio Salvi (ITALY)
AC15102: Fabio Negri, Giuseppe Coppola (ITALY)
AC15072: Martyna Cyran (POLAND)
AC15191: Marcello Galiotto, Alessandra Rampazzo, Martino De Rossi, Alessandro Dal Corso (ITALY)
AC15105: Ana Maria Crisan, Ioana Turcanu, Alexandru Crisan (ROMANIA)
AC15016: Paolo Corvino, Salvatore Giordano, Miriam Natale (ITALY)
ALL REMAINING COMPETITION ENTRIES:
This international one-stage architecture competition invites all architecture students and young architects (≤ 40 years old) to develop and submit compelling ideas for the design of a contemporary Art Center located within the Fortress of Cresmina in Cascais, Portugal. The Fortress of Cresmina is a significant landmark on a prominent landscape, a place of cultural heritage and historical significance with characteristics that must be fully preserved. When generating a vision for an intervention located within such a remarkable place, it is essential that each proposal emphasizes, respects and celebrates the site and existing ruins within this spectacular landscape, providing visitors a unique experience.
MEDIA PARTNERS + SUPPORT:
architime _ Russia
.bak _ Spain
Blog de Concursos _ Spain
Wettbewerbe Aktuell _ Germany
World Architecture Community _ United Kingdom
This is strictly an ideas competition, an academic exercise and will not be built. ArkxSite or any other organisations do not have the authority nor intention to award contracts for design services as a result of this competition. Awarded proposals should consider their award as recognition of excellent work in this competition.