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Finalist: From left to right: Adjaye Associates and BVN; BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and JPE Design Studio; David Chipperfield Architects and SJB Architects; Khai Liew, Office of Ryue Nishizawa and Durbach Block Jaggers; Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Woods Bagot; HASSELL and SO-IL Diashow From left to right: Adjaye Associates and BVN; BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group and JPE Design Studio; David Chipperfield Architects and SJB Architects; Khai Liew, Office of Ryue Nishizawa and Durbach Block Jaggers; Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Woods Bagot; HASSELL and SO-IL, © Malcolm Reading Consultants and individual teams

  • AU-5000 Adelaide
  • 12/2017
  • Result
  • (ID 3-281266)

Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition

Open competition, Two-stage
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      Adjaye Associates, Berlin (DE), Shanghai (CN), London (GB)

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      BVN Donovan Hill, Sydney (AU)

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      BIG Bjarke Ingels Group, Valby, Copenhagen (DK), New York (US)

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      JPE Design Studio, Adelaide (AU)

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      David Chipperfield Architects Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH, Berlin (DE), London (GB) Büroprofil

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      SJB Architects, Melbourne (AU)

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      Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York, NY (US)

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      Woods Bagot, Sydney (AU), London (GB)

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      Hassell, Melbourne (AU), Adelaide (AU), Brisbane (AU), Perth (AU), Sydney (AU), Cardiff (GB), London (GB)

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      SO-IL, New York (US)

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      Khai Liew, Norwood (AU)

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      Ryue Nishizawa, Tokyo (JP)

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      Durbach Block Jaggers, Potts Point (AU)

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    Decision 12/2017 Decision
    Procedure Open competition, Two-stage
    Participants Desired number of participants: max. 6
    Type of building Galleries
    Type of service Architectural design / Open space design / Art
    Language English
    Awarding authority / Client Arts South Australia, Adelaide (AU)
    Advisors Malcolm Reading Consultants, London (GB)
    Assignment
    New art destination will combine gallery with public sculpture park and showcase South Australia’s exceptional collection of international and Australian, including Aboriginal, art

    • Two-stage competition seeks outstanding design team for new Adelaide landmark
    • Prominent site on Adelaide’s celebrated North Terrace boulevard is adjacent to the historic Adelaide Botanic Garden and close to the Art Gallery of South Australia
    • Adelaide Contemporary’s world-first Gallery of Time will draw from the State’s collection to place Aboriginal art and culture in conversation with work from European and Asian cultures
    • Competition is open to international and Australian architects – with a requirement for international practices to link with Australian firms at Stage Two
    • Stage Two honorarium of AU$90,000 for each of up to six teams
    • First stage deadline: 21:30 ACDT / 11:00 GMT Friday 24 November 2017

    The Government of South Australia through Arts South Australia and Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) today [19 October 2017] launched the Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition.

    This is a global search for a design team for a unique art destination within Australia. Combining a contemporary art gallery with a public sculpture park and meeting place, Adelaide Contemporary will be ‘uniquely Adelaide’, a focus for the cultural energies of this ‘City of Festivals’, which is known for a progressive culture that prizes engagement and participation.

    A new landmark on the city’s celebrated North Terrace boulevard, Adelaide Contemporary will benefit from a site adjacent to the historic Adelaide Botanic Garden and close to the acclaimed Art Gallery of South Australia. The initiative will combine new public and cultural features, creating an accessible community meeting place and integrating art, education, nature and people.

    Adelaide is located on the traditional lands of the Kaurna people and the project site – part of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site – and its surroundings are rich in Kaurna heritage.

    The former Royal Adelaide Hospital site will undergo a transformation into an innovative, mixed-use contemporary urban quarter, led by Renewal SA, the Government of South Australia’s regeneration agency. Adelaide Contemporary is a key element in the emerging vision.

    Adelaide Contemporary’s unique curatorial signature will be shown in its Gallery of Time, which will curate the State’s exceptional collection of Aboriginal art and present Indigenous Australian art and culture alongside work by Asian and European artists.
    Information

    First stage deadline: 21:30 ACDT / 11:00 GMT Friday 24 November 2017

    Details of the public exhibition will follow in April 2018. The winner announcement is anticipated to be in early to mid-June 2018.

    Downloads 281266_Adelaide_Contemporary_Launch.pdf
    Exhibition A free-to-enter public exhibition of the shortlisted concept designs is being held at the Art Gallery of South Australia in Adelaide from 12 May to 10 June.
    Client's address AU-5000 Adelaide
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