Aug 16, 2021

Revitalization competition: U30 Reconstruction Design Competition 2021 "Complex Disaster and New City Image"

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Competition

Description

U30 Reconstruction Design Competition 2021 "Complex Disaster and New City Image"

Application Requirements

● Purpose

With the prolongation of COVID -19 and the compounding of disasters due to climate change, the spatial image required of individuals and communities is about to change significantly. Can we once again seek the resolution and inclusion of social divisions in the space before the permeation of remoteization and the infestation of various disasters? We look forward to design proposals for cities that make full use of civil engineering, architecture, cities, theater, calculations, models, and images.

● Organizer: Reconstruction Design Conference

● Jury 

Chairman Hiroshi Naito (Architecture)
Vice Chairman Shunsaku Miyagi (Landscape)
Ippei Takahashi (Architecture), Yuji Hoshino (Civil Engineering), Kumiko Inui (Architecture), Manabu Chiba (Architecture), Eiji Hato (City)

● Eligibility for application

Students and working adults under the age of 30 (as of March 31, 2011) (individuals and groups)

● Award

1 point for the highest award 2 points for the award for excellence

● Submissions

2 posters (A3 version horizontal use) * Please submit in PDF format

● How to apply

Submit to the address below. * If the data procedure is large, please use a data sharing site.

In the body of the email, specify the names, affiliations, ages, and contact information (email address) of all applicants.

● Schedule

  • 2 0 2 September 30th, 1st Application deadline
  • 2 0 2 1 Year 1 Around the end of October Announcement of the results of the first screening
  • 2 0 2 1 year 1 January 27 2nd screening (public)

● Competition contact / destination

 Saori Imoto (Nihon University) imoto.saori [at] nihon-u.ac.jp

Source:
http://dss.bin.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/alliance/competition/competitio_recruitment/

Type of Opportunity

Capstone Project

Application Deadline

September 30th

Age Range

Students and working adults under the age of 30 (as of March 31, 2011) (individuals and groups)