New Taipei City Museum of Art Conceptual Design International Competition

Sponsor: New Taipei City Government
Type: Two stage, conceptual, open
Language:English and Chinese
Fee: None
Eligibility: Licensed architects, architecture firms, and other design related companies, students recommended by design-related department universities.
24 June 2011 – Deadline for questions
5 August 2011 – Registration deadline
16 August 2011 – Submission deadline
19 August 2011 – Announcement of shortlist
14 October 2011 – Announcement of winners
Stage One:
Three shortlists – NT$1,000,000 each (Approx. US$33,333)
Five honorable mentions – NT$100,000 each (Approx. US$33,333)
Stage Two:
First Prize – NT$3,000,000 (Approx. US$100,000)
Second Prize – NT$1,500,000 (Approx. US$50,000)
Third Prize – NT$1,000,000 (Approx. US$33,333)
Ching-Hwa Chang (Taiwan)
Hsieh Jung-Ya (Taiwan)
Victor Yen-Chi Hsu (Taiwan)
Huang Shang-Yuan (Taiwan)
King Kwang-Yu (Taiwan)
Kuo Chung-Twn (Taiwan)
Liao Wei-Li (Taiwan)
Design Challenge:
The New Taipei City Government plans to build a world-class museum of art in its Yingge District. In a call for proposal through a conceptual design competition, creative and visioary schemes are sought in order to give the New Taipei City Museum of Art a fresh look and versatile art exhibition space. Design teams from all over the world are invited to challenge their imagination, pursue new possibilities for modern art museums and help New Taipei City create an artistic icon for the new century.

Submission Requirements:

Registration form; Qualification documents
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