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Diashow © Aidan Doyle, Sarah Wan

  • HK Hong Kong
  • 01/2016
  • Result
  • (ID 3-210063)

Baltic Way Memorial

Open competition (for students as well)
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  • 1st Prize

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    • Architect
      Aidan Doyle, Seattle (US)

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    • No image available Architect
      Sarah Wan, Seattle (US)

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  • 2nd Prize

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    • Architecture students
      Alessandro Arcangeli, Delft (NL)

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      Rory Alasdair Downes, Delft (NL)

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    • No image available Architecture students
      Silvio Pennesi, Delft (NL)

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  • 3rd Prize

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    • Architects
      Federico Malnati architect, Mendriso (CH)

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    • No image available Architect
      Thomas Giuliani (CH)

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  • Participation

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    • Architects, Developers
      PLAN & PROJEKT ARCHITEKTUR GMBH, München (DE)

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  • Project data

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    Decision 20.01.2016 Decision
    Procedure Open competition (for students as well)
    Type of building Monuments, Memorial sites
    Type of service Architectural design
    Access area weltweit
    Language English
    Prize money / Remuneration 10.000 USD
    Fees 140.00 USD
    Awarding authority / Client Bee Breeders (former HMMD Group)
    Juror Collin Anderson, Pierre-Henri Baudart, Gia-Hy Hoang, Carlos M Guimarães, Alona Martinez, Simon McGown, Andrejs Edvards Rauchut, Allison Schwartz, Gemawang Swaribathoro, Mandy Too , Audrey McKee, Brittany Utting, Daniel Jacobs, Daphné Karaiskaki, Jenna Dezinski, John Paul Rysavy, John Simons, Pangalos Dugasse Feldmann, Rajiv J. Fernandez
    Assignment
    On the 23rd of August 1989, approximately two million people joined hands to form a human chain, 600km long through the three Baltic countries. Their goal was to demonstrate the unity of their efforts to gain freedom from the occupation of the Soviet Union that had been in place for 50 years since World War II.

    In this competition architecture enthusiasts are being asked to create a memorial building that, while being functional, will be mainly symbolic in nature. It’s a chance for architects and designers to create plans for a monumental structure that shows the strength nonviolent actions have when used to fight for people’s beliefs.

    The memorial building should comprise of an exhibition space, conference room and cafe. Participants should concentrate on the memorial’s architectural fabric, shape and form and its symbolism.

    Through this architecture competition we wish to present a clear message that reminds people of how powerful nonviolent resistance can be.
    Client's address HK-Hong Kong
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  • Tender notice

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  • Tender result notice

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Call for tenders announced 10.09.2015
Result published 11.02.2016
Last updated 01.09.2016
Competition ID 3-210063
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