Concorso per rigenerare il centro sportivo Warszawianka a Varsavia, un complesso in stato di abbandono ma di grande valore, progettato nel 1954 da un team pluridisciplinare guidato da Jerzy Soltan, architetto seguace di Le Corbusier. A lanciare il concorso di idee (articolato in un unico grado) è la piattaforma per concorsi Ctrl Space.
Ctrl Space announces a single stage Ideas Competition with the aim of identifying the best proposal for the regeneration of a Sports Complex and Park in Warsaw's Mokotow district - Poland.
Underlining the importance of the spatial concepts lying behind the original project - a unique piece in Polish architecture history - the competition aims to draw attention to the current state of this space, question its reuse and challenge participants to propose new solutions that will enhance the qualities of the location. In relation with the conceptual values of the original project, the new sports complex should be a combination of sport, art/architecture and the landscape, a project that will be fruitful for the development of the district and give rise to an appealing hub in the context of the city.
The Warszawianka Sports Centre was designed in 1954 by an interdisciplinary team of the Art and Research Unit of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. The proposal submitted for an open competition and developed by architects Jerzy Sołtan and Zbigniew Ihnatowicz, an engineer Lech Tomaszewski, a painter Wojciech Fangor and a sculptor Franciszek Strynkiewicz was based on a concept of landscape architecture carved out in the hill of the Warsaw's Scarp.
A total fund of 5000 € in prize money will be awarded to winning entries and awards of merit.
1st place: 3.500 euro | 2nd place 1.000 euro | 3rd place
JUN. 17th - JUL. 16th: First Stage Registration - 40€
JUL. 17th - SEP. 4th: Second Stage Registration - 60€
SEP. 5th - SEP. 17th: Final Stage Registration - 90€
SEP. 17th: FINAL DATE FOR PROJECT SUBMISSION