Architectural and Urban Planning Concept for the Development of the Imeretinskaya Embankment on the Sirius Federal Territory

 

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Aerial view and satellite view of competition site

 

Sponsor: Public Development Corporation VEB.RF (Russia)
Competition facilitator: KBStrelka

Type: Open, International, RfQ, invited
Process: Jurying will be anonymous
Official languages: English, Russian
Eligibility and procedure:
Six competitors will be selected from the shortlists—four (4) professional and two (2) from young architects

Location: Sirius, Russia

Fees: none
Timetable:
2 June 2021 – Q&A period ends
3 September 2021 – Application deadline
22 September 2021 – Announcement of six (6) participants
22 November 2021 – Competition entries due

Compensation:
Each participant will receive 3.5M rubles for producing a design (USD47,250.00)

Awards:
1st place – 2.5M rubles
2nd place – 1.5M rubles
3rd place – 1M rubles
(Payment will occur in Russian rubles or foreign currency – Euros or US dollars)

Jury:
Russian jury members:
• Dmitry Nikolaevich Chernyshenko – Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation
• Elena Vladimirovna Shmelyova – Head of the Talent and Success Foundation
 • Igor Ivanovich Shuvalov – Chairman of the State Development Corporation VEB.RF
• Vladimir Nikolaevich Silkin – Chairman of the Presidium of the Russian Sailing Federation

International Jury members
• Alain Philip (France) Architect. Urban development policymaker of Nice
• Doriana Mandrelli Fuksas (Italy) Architect, Co-Head of Studio Fuksas
• Martin Rein Cano (Germany) Landscape architect, co-founder and Managing Partner of Topotek 1
• Matthias Rudolph (Germany) Climate Engineer, Transsolar
• Michèle Larue-Charlus (France) The head of the Bordeaux Métropole Mission 2050

Design Challenge:
Sirius, is developing as a scientific, educational, cultural, sports, and tourist center, which will fundamentally change the approach to school and university education as well as vocational education and training, and transform traditional formats of recreation with children, attracting people interested in ‘smart tourism’ programs to the Black Sea coast. The city was created on the base of the facilities of the 2014 Olympics, but new projects are already being developed including the campus of the university of science and technology and a medical center; a concert complex is in the process of being built and a new school building is ready to open, and a sports park is opening by the sea.

Participants need to develop a master plan, as well as make general plans, including spatial, architectural, landscape, transport, engineering and other designs for the embankment which spans 7.5 km between the Mzymta and Psou rivers.

For more information and the rules:
file://localhost/Users/gstanleycollyer/Downloads/Competition rules (1).pdf