Hyde Park Library: London. Una biblioteca pubblica innovativa nel parco per attrarre anche chi non legge

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Archasm_Architectural Competitions invita architetti e studenti a progettare una struttura atipica nel parco reale londinese per promuovere la cultura della lettura, un luogo nuovo innovativo che possa rappresentare la biblioteca del 21° secolo capace di attrarre visitatori.iscrizioni entro il 30 marzo 2017 | consegna entro il 31 marzo 2017

Archasm_Architectural Competitions lancia un concorso di idee internazionale e invita architetti e studenti a progettare una struttura atipica nel parco reale londinese per promuovere la cultura della lettura, un luogo nuovo innovativo che possa rappresentare la biblioteca del 21° secolo, una risorsa capace di attrarre visitatori.

L'obiettivo è quello di trovare una struttura che rivoluzioni l'aspetto formale e funzionale della biblioteca pubblica.  Si richiede che il complesso abbia spazi fluidi e dinamici, ben ambientati nel contesto che li ospita. La biblioteca dovrà essere progettata con materiali leggeri e resistenti, introducendo elementi di trasparenza, luce, natura.

London--literature's labyrinth of 'lost souls' is one of the favourite settings for writers/poets/scientists/thinkers and intelligentsia, who have nurtured the city into the greatest hub of intellectual revolution. One of the greatest living cities of the planet, London has had the biggest global influence on the socio-economic and cultural landscape of the world. London has been the influence and subject of various literary figures like Shakespeare, Keats, Milton, Byron, Dickens, Newton, Arthur Doyle, George Bernard Shaw, PB Shelley, Chaucer, Virginia Woolf, JK Rowling etc. to name a few. It has been the greatest hub for the development of arts, science and the great English Literature.

London has a great reading culture among its residents, who like to drown into their books looking for some respite from the fast paced metropolitan life. The city is home to great libraries like the British Library, Westminster Reference Library and London Library to name a few. Libraries all over the world have had a great impact on the society and people. Creating and providing an outlet for technological advancements, introducing and nurturing cultural artefacts, supporting the rise of various religions and helping to maintain a sense of historical structure, they have managed to help communities survive and thrive via numerous artistic outlets.

The earliest known library was a collection of clay tablets in Babylonia in the 21st cent. B.C. The extensively catalogued library of Nineveh was the most noted before that at Alexandria. With time, more and more patrons started coming up with libraries until the modern age, when internet was invented and digital revolution swept away the aura and essence of libraries. Libraries are no longer the convenient source of information and have seen dwindling engagement among people. The book culture is on the decline and so is thought and originality. Internet may have been a boon but it also serves incomplete information, curbs thought process and encourages plagiarism.

Hyde park is one of the largest parks of London and one of its royal parks. Spread over an area of 325 acres, it is one major attraction for the people of London who flock here every day to relax, have fun and savour the natural environment.

The aim of the competition is to erect a public library in Hyde park, London that would promote reading culture among the general public and visitors.

REGISTRATION FEES

Early Registration:
From 1st December 2016 to 28th February 2017
- For Indian nationals INR 1500 (per team)
- For Foreign nationals EUR 60 (per team)

Standard Registration:
From 1st March 2017 to 30th March 2017
- For Indian nationals INR 1800 (per team)
- For Foreign nationals EUR 80 (per team)

Entrants may register by filling the registration form and submitting it with the appropriate payment through our secure gateway on our website www.archasm.in .

Group discounts apply for a minimum of 5 teams from one particular architecture school/university as our initiative to promote more participation from students.

PRIZES

Winning participants will receive prizes totalling INR 2,00,000 with the distribution as follows:

Winners and honorable mentions will be published on archasm's website and several international architecture magazines and websites partnered by us.

CALENDAR

· Start of Competition and Early Registration: 1st December 2016
· Early Registration ends: 28th February 2017
· Standard Registration starts: 1st March 2017
· Deadline for Questions: 10th March 2017
· Standard Registration ends: 30th March 2017
· Closing day for Submissions 31st March 2017
· Announcement of Winners: 24th April 2017

All deadlines are 11:59 pm - 00:00 IST (India).

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