IAHH International Student Design Competition

La International Association for Humane Habitat lancia un concorso per studenti sulla trasformazione sostenibile degli habitat umani. Pianificare e progettare in maniera innovativa per trasformare località ad alta densità in comunità sostenibili e vivaci.iscrizione entro il 31.01.13 | consegna entro il 29.01.13

The International Association for Humane Habitat (IAHH) is launching the 11th IAHH International Student Design Competition. Theme: the redevelopment of a high density urban community in an existing city.

The Competition shall focus on the theme of redevelopment of a dense residential locality in an existing city with an aim to transform the area into a vibrant humane and sustainable community through innovative planning, design and construction which addresses the key issue of evolving sustainable humane habitats.

Site Selection and Analysis
The participants are required to select a metropolitan area in their / any country and study the social, economic and environmental context of the metropolis and identify a site approximately admeasuring 10-15 ha. The analysis should be used to develop a planning and design brief for addressing the demands of a projected population over a period of 20-25 years.

Planning and Design Brief
The proposal should include designs for affordable and sustainable housing for different income and social groups, as found from the analysis of the area and supporting facilities and services.

Architecture should reflect the philosophy of the planning and design team and their critical approach towards the key issues of urban redevelopment and re-inventing our metropolises as humane habitats. The humanizing our habitats shall include planning, designing, constructing, managing redevelopment processes aimed at promoting good health, safety, peace, harmony, sustainable development, greater equality and citizen participation symbolic of the spirit of 21th century.

Eligibility
The competition is open to all registered undergraduate / post graduate / doctoral students of any nationally recognized school, college or institution of architecture, engineering, planning, urban design, landscape design, environmental design and related disciplines of anthropology, sociology, economics, geography, social work, etc.

The student group shall be headed by a student of architecture. The participants may be individuals or a group of not more than 5 students. The students shall fill in the registration form and air-mail it along with supporting certificates from the head / director of the school / college / institution for each of the student participant.

Awards:

The Jury
Dr. Peter Schreibmayer, Architect-Educator, Graz, Austria | Dr. Pravin Ghaemmaghami, Architect-Urban Designer, Toronto, Canada | Prof. Bart Dewanker, Architect-Educator, Fukuoka, Japan | Ar. Biju Kuriakose, Architect-Urban Designer, Chennai, India (The jury is subject to their confirmation and possible change).

Deadlines:
Early Registration US $ 50 to be received by December 30, 2012
Late Registration US $ 75 Up to January 31, 2013
Queries December 30, 2012

Latest date of receipt of submission at RCA, Mumbai January 29, 2013 
Jury Jan 30-31, 2013 |  Announcement of the result February 3, 2013

Full detailshumanehabitat.org/competitions/11th-isdc-2013/

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