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Skanska: Bridging Prague International Design Competition

Courtesy of Skanska
Courtesy of Skanska

The Skanska: Bridging Prague International Design Competition, announced by reSITE Festival, ARCHIP (Architectural Institute in Prague) and Skanska, seeks to find new conceptions and proposals for the River Vltava, in Prague, Czech Republic. The scope of the competition is the Vltava riverbank and its immediate context from Libensky Most (Bridge) to the north to Zeleznicni most (Railway Bridge) to the south. This section of the river has really various character and quality on both riverbanks, which gives competitors a chance to select and work on a wide scope of places and areas. The proposals should use existing potential of the Vltava river, define its connection with the city – and lead to creation of attractive public spaces of adequate scale, living by a variety of activities. More information on the competition after the break.

Winners of the competition are to get financial prizes of 3000 €, 2000 €, 1000 €, donated by the main sponsor, Skanska company. The international competition in anonymous and open to all interested parties, regardless of age or profession. An entry can be submitted by an individual, a company, or a team. The projects will be judged in two rounds, the winners will be chosen by an international jury, composed of renowned professionals like Kate Orff, Alexandros Washburn, Jakub Cigler, Adam Gebrian, Igor Kovačević or Jan Skalický.

Courtesy of Skanska
Courtesy of Skanska

Registration is free of charge and the deadline is Monday, May 14, 2012. Competition regulations and complete brief plus material are available on their official website here.

Courtesy of Skanska
Courtesy of Skanska
Cite:Alison Furuto. "Skanska: Bridging Prague International Design Competition" 05 Apr 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/222490/skanska-bridging-prague-international-design-competition/>