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open call: International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea

open call: International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea

International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea
(http://www.nmkl-compe.org)

1. Promoter
-The holding organization for competition is Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism of Korea, S. Korea.
-The competition is Organized by Korea Institute of Architects.

2. The competition site
The site for New Cityhall is seated in # 175, Jinhwan-dong, Eunpyeong-gu, Seoul, S. Korea. The area of the site for competition is 13,248 ㎡. Total Floor Area is 14,704㎡.

3. Objectives of Competition
The purpose of the Design Competition is to draw and select an optimally creative and feasible plan that is suitable for the status of the National Museum of Korean Literature as a national literature museum for the systematic collection and conservation of the Korean literary estates and that will function as a vital base of domestic and global promotion and the exchange and cooperation of the worldwide spread of Korean literature.

4. Competition Methods
This competition is a general open competition and international competition.

4. Competition Schedule
Official Announcement March 08 (Mon.), 2021
Registration From March 08 (Mon.), 2021 to April 09 (Fri.), 2021
Inquiry From March 15 (Mon.), 2021 to March 19 (Fri.), 2021
Answer March 29 (Mon), 2021
Submission May 31 (Mon.), 2021 by 17:00(UCT +09)
Main Review June 09 (Wed.), 2021/ June 14 (Mon.), 2021

Winner Announcement June 18 (Fri.), 2021

5. Estimated Design Fee
3,033 million KRW (2.53 million us dollars) 1 us dollar=1,200KRW

6. Design Objectives
1. Symbolism of the National Museum of Korean Literature
2. Publicness in the open era
3. Regional connectivity and eco-friendliness
4. Expandability as a complex cultural space
5. Space flexibility regarding the spread of infectious diseases

7. Jury
Jurors
Kim, Gyu Rin Korean Institute of Female Architects, President/ Korea
Kim, Yong Seung Hanyang University, Professor/ Korea
Lim, Ho Kyun Yonsei University, Professor/ Korea
Louis Becker Henning Larsen, CEO/ Denmark
Thomas Vonier UIA (International Union of Architects), President/USA

Preliminary Juror
Lee, Kyung Hoon Kookmin University, Professor/ Korea

8. Prizes
1. 1st Prize: The prority negotiation rights for basic and working design, and design intention implementation
2. 2nd Prize (1 entry): 50 million KRW (41,667 us dollars/ 1 us dollar=1,200KRW)
3. 3rd Prize (1 entry): 30 million KRW(25,000 us dollars/ 1 us dollar=1,200KRW)
4. 4th prize(2 entries): 10 million KRW/ each entry (8,333 us dollars/ 1 us dollar=1,200KRW)

9. Official website and email:
http://www.nmkl-compe.org
admin@nmkl-compe.org

  • Title

    open call: International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea
  • Type

    Competition Announcement (Built Projects & Masterplans)
  • Website

  • Organizers

  • Registration Deadline

    April 09, 2021 05:00 PM
  • Submission Deadline

    May 31, 2021 05:00 PM
  • Venue

    National Museum of Korean Literature
  • Price

    Free

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Cite: "open call: International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea" 08 Mar 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/958116/open-call-international-competition-for-the-national-museum-of-korean-literature-skorea> ISSN 0719-8884
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