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2016年53界IFLA大学生景观竞赛

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2016年53界IFLA大学生景观竞赛

"TASTING THE LANDSCAPE: SAMPLES OF NEW SMART LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE"

The aim of the competition is to promote reflections on challenges and opportunities of the past, the present and the future for the landscape architecture profession.

In our global society, landscape architecture presents the opportunity to foster collaborative learning, integration of knowledge, and innovative solutions.

We also call for exploration of good examples which reinforce connections among different potentialities of territories and different needs of communities, eco-systemic services and resilient elements, new economies and strategies.

Students are invited to propose creative smart solutions involving micro and macro scales.

“Smart” has recently become a pervasive adjective that evokes new innovative processes, and is today an “umbrella term”, covering different sectors of public life and applied research.

Students are invited to present ideas showing the capabilities of landscape architecture as a generator of urban or rural smart spaces. These spaces can be considered “smart” through the application of new knowledge, technologies, and/or understanding to lead to social interaction, easy accessibility, the wise and spare use of materials, consideration of the natural environment, and low costs.

Students are invited to present their solutions to contemporary landscape issues, facing the challenges of emerging internationally relevant problems, and to communicate the pleasure of landscape.

The goal is to take on landscape architecture as a real and fundamental intersection of all characteristics, uses and purposes, and to show how the landscape design process can play a role of mediation among different needs. Students are encouraged to explore rural and urban landscapes to suggest new scenarios for the sustainable development of human habitats.

提交方式:

Submissions must adhere to the following or they will be disqualified:

1 - All submissions must be in English, which is the official language of the IFLA World Congress.

2 - Submission requirements:

  • 2/1 a declaration form (download from the web page or here): listing the author or team of the project; the project title; the school/university and program name; the endorsement of the dean or program head. Save as an un-editable pdf.
  • 2/2 a brief description (maximum 250 words): written summary of the project, including project context, issues to be addressed, main features, and innovations. This is for potential use in the jury report or any subsequent publications. This must be saved as a pdf and include the project title, but with NO mention of the project team or school. The text must be unjustified, left aligned and double spaced, in Times New Roman, font 12.
  • 2/3 n.2 pdfs of the project (numbered in the order they should be viewed): they should be prepared to be viewed as A3 printed documents in portrait format, and, if the project should be a prize winner, as full sized posters (2 pieces A1 in portrait format). The panels must include the project title, but NO information that would identify either the author, the team or the school. As entries are received, serial numbers will be assigned, and entries shall be referred to by number to ensure anonymity during the judging. The final product, when printed at 100% size, must comprise a maximum of two (2) A1 posters (each one measuring 841mmx594mm, portrait format only). The posters will be displayed next to each other with a 20 mm gap between them, according to the following graphic (note the portrait orientation):

3 - Submit these files following the instructions on the web page for Submission of Competition.

4 - Please note the following:

  • Include enough information to provide context for the project (for example, air photo, site plan, other context information.
  • Provide a range of drawings at a range of scales that are appropriate for the purposes of illustrating the project.
  • Make sure to provide a clear and concise description of the intentions of the project, special issues or considerations, approach and methods, and concepts. (maximun 250 words) Legends, notes and captions should be minimal and are not included in the word count.
  • Projects consisting of number or orientation other than what is specified in the brief (2 posters, portrait orientation) shall be disqualified.
  • Projects with description or written texts in un-official languages or exceeding the maximum words shall be disqualified.
  • Any written part on the panel must be in English.
  • The entrants must ensure that all images, photographs and other material taken from other sources are correctly attributed. Source credits are not included in the word count. 

Direct any questions regarding the competition to: competition@ifla2016.com

时间安排:

Deadline for FAQ 

February Friday 12th

 

Answers to FAQ

February Monday 22nd

 

Entries must be received by the competition organizers no later than

March Thursday 10th

12.00 pm 
(Italian time)

Competition jury

April 17th-18th

 

Date of Student Competition works on exhibit 

April 20th-22nd

 

Date of the formal public announcement of the winners 
and presentation of the prizes (Award Ceremony).

更多详情查看:http://www.ifla2016.com/index.php

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