Global Students Competition
12 winning students
Archi-World® Academy 2017 - 2019 - IV edition
Competition
Topic

After the great success of the previous editions 2011/1013, 2013/2015, 2015/2017 (Archi-World® Academy registered 1.274 entries for the first edition, 1.413 entries for the second and over 1.500 entries voor edition III) with the active participation of 36 world renowned architects * as jury members, we are now launching Archi-World® Academy Awards IV.

 

The fourth edition of the Archi-World Academy Awards will again involve students in architecture and architecture schools from all over the world and give to 12 winning students a fantastic opportunity to win a prestigious traineeship in top architecture practices which will definetely boost their carreer !

Be part of this extraordinary opportunity : register to Archi-World® Academy and send us your best student projects and write with Archi-World® Academy the first pages of your professional life !

 

Challenge us with your best projects in a new topic "Building Smart Cities".

 

*AWA III (2015-2017)

Rudy Ricciotti, JKMM Architects, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Poponcini & Lootens, Labics, Guz Architects, SBA Architects, Grafton Architects, CHIASMUS, Ercan Çoban Architects, Emilio Ambasz and Associates, Sergey Romanov

 

*AWA II (2013-2015) President Prof. Juhani Pallasmaa
Roger Duffy, Philippe Samyn, Ibrahim Jaidah, Yves Besançon, Thomas Herzog, Mario Cucinella, Andrey Asadov, Paul de Ruiter, Madhav Raman, Fernando Romero, Peter Stutchbury, Juan Manuel Herranz

*AWA I (2011-2013) President Prof. Juhani Pallasmaa
Zaha Hadid, Françoise-Hélène Jourda, Bjarke Ingels, Daniel Libeskind, Kengo Kuma, Christoph Ingenhoven, Mario Cucinella , Jean-Michel Jaspers, Francine Houben, Ma Yansong, Andrey Bokov, Bijoy Jain

 

 

Awarding ceremony AWA III

 

  • Conference panel Archi-World Academy III on Wednesday 18 January, from left : Mr Ronald Kern (Moderator), Mr Rudy Ricciotti, Mr Francesco Isidori, Mrs Cathrin Krumrey, Mr Mauro Poponcini, Mr Teemu Kurkela, Mrs Ekin C. Turhan, Mr Viggo Haremst Conference panel Archi-World Academy III on Wednesday 18 January 2017, from left : Mr Ronald Kern (Moderator), Mr Rudy Ricciotti, Mr Francesco Isidori, Mrs Cathrin Krumrey, Mr Mauro Poponcini, Mr Teemu Kurkela, Mrs Ekin C. Turhan, Mr Viggo Haremst
  • Dr. Reinhard Pfeiffer, Messe München Dr. Reinhard Pfeiffer, Messe München
  • Audience Audience Awarding ceremony 2017
  • Jury member Mr. Rudy Ricciotti from France taking part in the conference with following topic: “Responsible Future Architecture” in large practices Mr. Rudy Ricciotti from France taking part in the conference with following topic: “Responsible Future Architecture” in large practices
  • Conference room Audience Awarding ceremony 2017
  • Mr. Jacques Allard, CEO Archi-Europe Mr. Jacques Allard, CEO Archi-Europe
  • Jury member Mr. Mauro Poponcini of Polo Architects in Belgium Jury member Mr. Mauro Poponcini of Polo Architects in Belgium
  • Jury members Mr. Francesco Isidori of Labics (Italy) and Mrs Cathrin Krumrey of SBA Architektur (Germany) Jury members Mr. Francesco Isidori of Labics (Italy) and Mrs Cathrin Krumrey of SBA Architektur (Germany)
  • Jury member of the next edition AWA IV, Mr. Viggo Haremst of Henning Larsen Architects (Denmark/Germany) Jury member of the next edition AWA IV, Mr. Viggo Haremst of Henning Larsen Architects (Denmark/Germany)
  • Jury member Mrs Cathrin Krumrey of SBA Architektür und Städtebay (Germany) Jury member Mrs Cathrin Krumrey of SBA Architektür und Städtebau (Germany)
  • Jury member Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan of Ercan Çoban Architects (Turkey) Jury member Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan of Ercan Çoban Architects (Turkey)
  • Jury member Mr. Teemu Kurkela of JKMM Architects (Finland) Jury member Mr. Teemu Kurkela of JKMM Architects (Finland)
  • Winners and their jury members AWA III Winners and their jury members AWA III
  • Mrs Cathrin Krumrey and winner Nicol Gallardo Kurte from Chile Mrs Cathrin Krumrey and winner Nicol Gallardo Kurte from Chile
  • Mr. Teemu Kurkela and winner Francesca Vittorini from Italy (collaborator Andrea Tabocchini) Mr. Teemu Kurkela and winner Francesca Vittorini from Italy (collaborator Andrea Tabocchini)
  • Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan and winner Jim  pui yin Lau from Hong Kong Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan and winner Jim pui yin Lau from Hong Kong
  • Student Ayça Sapaz of Turkey Student Ayça Sapaz of Turkey
  • Mr. Francesco Isidori and winner Luis José Morion Gil from Spain Mr. Francesco Isidori and winner Luis José Morion Gil from Spain
  • Student Ainur Mustafin from Russia Student Ainur Mustafin from Russia
  • Student Maciej Warot from Poland Student Maciej Warot from Poland
  • Archi-Europe booth welcoming all winning students and jury members Archi-Europe booth welcoming all winning students and jury members
  • Mr Viggo Haremst, Mr Jacques Allard, Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan, Mr Mauro Poponcini Mr Viggo Haremst, Mr Jacques Allard, Mrs Ekin Ç. Turhan, Mr Mauro Poponcini
  • The Archi-Europe booth decorated with the winning projects The Archi-Europe booth decorated with the winning projects


Prizes

Traineeship

12 traineeships will be offered by the Archi-World® Academy Awards. Each member of the jury will independently select its favorite project. The student author of the project will be invited to join the architect’s team for a traineeship period of 4 to max 6 months. The traineeship period will be agreed between the architecture practice and the student. Normal procedure is that the student will receive the same fee as the one usually granted by the local architecture practice for its trainees.

 

Visibility

All the winners will benefit from a huge visibility and will have his winning project presented on Awacademy website (www.awacademy.org) and will have a full presentation in Archi-Europe’s digital newsletter Archi-News, sent to over 125.000 architects who will have the opportunity to discover your project and your skills!

 

The concepts/projects will also be published in our Archi-News® magazine.

All the student winners having accepted to perform the traineeship will be invited to Munich, during the BAU construction fair, on 16 January 2019 for the awarding ceremony in order to collect the diploma and present the winning project.

Regulation

1. Criteria of Eligibility and Restrictions

Eligibility

The competition is open to students in architecture worldwide. There is no age limit applied. The projects may be carried out individually or in groups, with no restriction on the number of members of the team. It is allowed to present a project made by a team but the team leader name will have to be mentioned upon submission since in case of prize award, he/she will be the one invited for the traineeship and awarding ceremony. Students can each register up to 5 projects. Students can present projects as long as they can prove the status of student. Not complying to this statement may result in cancellation of the prize.

 

Restrictions

The following entrants will not be eligible to take part in the competition:
- Any individual or organization related to the promoting organization, such as members of the advisory committee or sponsored researchers, and anyone professionally associated with the promoter;
- Members of the competition jury and organizing staff, or any person to whom a member of the jury acts as director, supervisor or adviser;
- Any person directly or indirectly involved in the management of the competition.

 

2. Free Registration

No fee or other payment will be required for entering projects.

 

3. Topic: "Building Smart Cities"

All projects, ideas and concepts will be accepted if in accordance with the contest topic.

 

Building Smart Cities will take into consideration parameters such as :
- Respect of the natural environment
- Integration of the new construction in the built environment taking into consideration cultural and social contexts
- Priority given to the use of local materials and know-how
- Eco-efficiency parameters for the reduction of energy consumption and ideal thermal performance.
- Vision and programming about re-use, renovation and recycling

 

 

4. Language

The proposals can be presented in any language but a short description (max 1000 words) in English is mandatory.

 

5. Awards and prizes

Traineeship

12 traineeships will be offered by the Archi-World® Academy Awards. Each member of the jury will independently select its favorite project. The student related to that project will be invited to join the architect’s team for a traineeship period of 4 to max 6 months. The traineeship period will be agreed between the architecture practice and the student. The student will receive the same fee as the one usually granted by the local architecture practice.

 

Remarks

- Student winners will have 4 weeks from announcement to notify they are accepting the traineeship. Should the student decline this opportunity, ArchiWorld reserves the right to transfer the traineeship to the second rated student and invite this student for the awarding ceremony instead of the one previously selected. Besides, no alternative traineeship or any type compensation will be granted.
- Should the practice where the student won the traineeship be unable for any reason to grant the traineeship in due time, ArchiWorld will immediately put another equivalent traineeship at the student’s disposal.

 

Visibility

All the winners will benefit from a huge visibility and will have their winning project presented on Awacademy website (www.awacademy.org) and will have a full presentation published in Archi-Europe’s digital newsletter Archi-News®, sent to over 125.000 architects who will have the opportunity to discover your project and your skills!

 

The concepts/projects will also be published in our Archi-News® magazine.

 

All the student winners having accepted to perform the traineeship will be invited to Munich, during the BAU construction fair, on 16 January 2019 for the awarding ceremony in order to collect the diploma and present the winning project.

 

6. Documents and Graphic Materials Required

All projects, ideas and concepts will be accepted if in accordance with the contest topic.

Written Description (one A4 detailed technical description + optional one A4 motivation brief)

 

Download an example/template in Word how to prepare the A4 description of your project.

 

Graphic description (three (3) DIN A-3 panels)

Site plans, floor plans, elevations, sections, perspective drawings, photographs of physical or digital models and axonometric drawings at any scale and descriptive texts explaining the project are allowed. A short description (max 1000 words) in English is mandatory.

 

Download an example/template in Word how to prepare the A3 board of your project.

 

Proposals must without exception be sent in digital form and uploaded through the contest form.

 

7. The Jury

The jury is composed of 12 worldwide renowned architects: Mr Branimir Medić, Mrs Lone Wiggers, Mr Sebastian Moreno-Vacca, Mr Gerhard Landau, Mrs Stéphanie Ledoux, Mr Nico Engel, Mr Philippe Van Goethem, Mr Renato Rizzi, Mr Ángel Luis Tendero, Mr Jean-François Chevance, Mr Onat Öktem, Mr Viggo Haremst.

 

8. Submission of Proposals

It is allowed to upload your panels and edit them from Monday 6 November 2017 until Monday 1st October 2018 midnight on the competition website.

How to proceed ?
  1. register via the online application form, see below and you will receive afterwards an email containing the registration number of your project (please note that each project has its own registration number so, if you wish to upload more than one project, please mention this when you register in first place)

  2. prepare your project and do not forget to mention the registration number. There are templates available about how to prepare the submission.

  3. merge the A3 pages into a single PDF file. Proceed the same way for the A4 pages

  4. upload both PDF files via the online submission form, see link below. In the third field (‘upload other document’) you have the possibility to upload additional information like pictures or sketches in a .zip file

 


Register for AWA IV

Submit your project

 

 

 

 

9. Announcement of the winners

Winners will be personally contacted by mail or by telephone in November 2018 and will be published after the awarding ceremony on 16 January 2019.

 

10. Awarding ceremony

The awarding ceremony will take place on 16 January 2019 at BAU 2019 Exhibition (Munich) in the presence of the members of the jury. Each participant will receive a free entry ticket for the Archi-World® Awarding Ceremony.

 

11. Complaints

All enquiries or complaint must be sent to the following address: awa@archi-world.com

Jury’s decisions are unquestionable.

 

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