National Memorial to the Heavenly Hundred Heroes and Revolution of Dignity Museum in Kiev

Sponsor: Ukrainian Ministry of Culture
Theme: Memory/Museum
Type: International, open, 2-stage, RfQ, (both for architecture and art/sculpture)
Fee: none
Selection procedure:
• For the “memorial competition”, a total of approx. 12 artists/sculptors, architects or landscape architects will be selected to participate.
• For participation in the “museum competition” a total of approx. 12 architects or groups of architects or architect consortia will be selected. Based on each entry’s merit, at the end of Stage 1, the jury will select 6 or 7 participants of the museum competition for participation in Stage 2 of the competition.
Languages: English and Ukranian (English version is binding)
Competition organizer: Phase1, Berlin
Site: The site is situated in central Kiev, in Pechersky and Shevchenkivsky districts. The site for memorial/museum complex is located exactly on the territory of Revolution of Dignity events – on the Alley of Heavenly Hundred Heroes.
7 November 2017 – Application deadline
19 January 2018 – Stage 1 submission deadline

For each competition nomination (memorial and museum), there are three prizes:
• First Prize – €21,000
• Second Prize – €13,000 Euro
• Third Prize – €8,500
In addition, every participant who advances in the museum competition to Stage 2 and submits a detailed design concept conforming to the requirements laid down in the competition brief will receive a flat-rate fee of Euro 15,000 in respect of expenses incurred.

Yulian Chaplynsky – Chief Architect Lviv (Lviv, Ukraine)
Guido Hager – Landscape Architect, Hager Partner (Zurich, Switzerland)
Prof. Rainer Mahlamäki – Architect, Lahdelma & Mahlamäki Oy (Helsinki, Finland)
Maciej Miłobędzki – Architect, JEMS Architekci (Warsaw, Poland)
Prof. Matthias Sauerbruch – Architect, Sauerbruch Hutton Architekten (Berlin, Germany)
Olexander Svystunov – Chief Architect Kiev (Kiev, Ukraine)
Prof. Can Togay – Artist, Filmmaker, Writer (Berlin, Germany)
Dmytro Volyk – Chief Architect Dnipro (Dnipro, Ukraine)

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