The aim of the open sketch design competition is to obtain high-quality, architecturally elaborate and economically justified solutions for the spatial development vision and the intent of construction of new buildings as part of Stage 1 in Riga, Latvia, at Daugavgrīvas iela 31 in the territory owned by SIA “DG31” by means of a creative rivalry, rational use of funds and free competition between participants.
The task of the Competition is to determine the best proposal among the Sketch Designs submitted for the Competition and complying with the requirements included in the Brief and the Designing Programme, which will underlie the development of a construction design on the basis of the suggested spatial development vision and ideas for the construction of new buildings as part of Stage 1.
Aim of the Competition:
- The spatial development vision for the competition territory with the master plan concept for the competition territory showing the prospective development stages of “Zunda Park”, architectural solutions for the new building of Stage 1 at Daugavgrīvas iela 31 and proposals for the improvement and landscaping of the territory;
- Design solutions for the new building at Daugavgrīvas iela 31 as part of the first implementation stage. The best proposal for each construction stage obtained as a result of the competition will be taken as a basis for elaboration of the construction idea based on the buildings, architectural vision and functional zoning proposed in the competition entry.
Competition Jury: Architects and urban planners from Latvia, Lithuania and Great Britain; Representatives of the Riga City Construction Board, the Riga City Architect’s Office, the Riga City Development Department and the Organizer of the Competition “SIA DG31”.
The total amount of the prize money of the Competition: 42 000.00 EUR
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TitleSpatial Development Vision For Zunda Park in Riga, Latvia
TypeCompetition Announcement (Built Projects & Masterplans)
Submission DeadlineOctober 12, 2020 05:00 PM