Gli organizzatori di concorsi di architettura di Bee Beeders annunciano una nuova competizione, invitando i creativi ad immaginare un museo dedicato ad internet e alla sua storia all'interno del North Woolwich Old Station Museum a Londra, un museo ormai chiuso ed ospitato in una vecchia stazione ferroviaria.
Bee Breeders architecture competition organisers are running the London Internet Museum architecture competition; it is a chance for architecture enthusiasts to use creative designs to connect current generations with both the past and the future. Participants are tasked with submitting ideas for an internet museum which shows both the history of the internet, as well as acting as a platform to discuss and workshop its future.
The internet has made connecting with others around the world infinitely easier, and it was this concept of connection that drew us to select the now-closed North Woolwich Old Station Museum in east London as the proposed competition site. What was once a hub for the city's North London line, the Old Station Museum has been abandoned and fallen into disrepair.
3 winning proposals and 6 honourable mentions will be selected. Bee Breeders architecture competition organisers will award a total of US $5,000 in prize money to competition winners as follows:
- 1st prize winner - US $3,000
- 2nd prize winner - US $1,500
- 3rd prize winner - US $500
The winners will get international art and design media coverage and will be featured on the Bee Breeders website.
Registration for the London Internet Museum architecture competition is open now until the May 4.
Details and brief: londoninternetmuseum.beebreeders.com