印度 Aditya 建筑学院第七届国际设计竞赛(ACA'S 7th INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION)

  • 竞赛主题: 废弃材料的创新应用
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  • 报名费用:免费报名
  • 报名时间:2020年09月01日 20:00 - 2020年10月31日 20:00
  • 报名进行中(还有 1 天)
  • 作品提交:2020年11月07日 20:00

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竞赛简介:
该竞赛由印度的Aditya 建筑学院举办。今年竞赛的主题聚焦在废弃和可回收材料在建筑中的位置和使用。竞赛的主旨里提及到一些目前暂未大规模使用的由废弃物制成的建筑材料,诸如利用钢铁工业产生的废钢铁粉尘制造而成的更为坚固的Ferrock混凝土;用于在仓库区域或码头周围建造房屋的胶合板木材;还有比传统砖相比更薄更轻的塑料砖,后者比前者拥有更好的隔音和隔热保温性能,同时也更加的节能与便宜。
 
今年的设计竞赛涉及提出使用由废弃或可回收材料而产生的可持续策略。参与者需要自主指定一个可以获得大量回收废弃材料或固体废物的区域。然后,利用该材料为当地社区提出一个建筑方案,该建筑将考虑到当地社区的迫切需求并鼓励整个社会的融合。设计的建筑可以是提供生活水平保障的住房单位、学校、社区礼堂或其他任何公共设施。
 
参赛作品的评判标准将关注材料的创新使用,对社区需求的回应以及在设计中提出的最终解决方案。设计必须表现出对环境的敏感性,并应在各个层面触及该地区的生态问题。毕竟,作为建筑师,我们都相信罗伯特·斯万(Robert Swan,传奇探险家,世界上第一个徒步到达南极和北极点的人,非常活跃的极地保护人士)的那句话:“对我们星球的最大威胁是,我们去相信别人会拯救它这个念头。”( “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”)
 
BRIEF
ARCHITECTURE OF REPURPOSE
"Pollution is nothing but the resources we are not harvesting. We allow them to disperse because we've been ignorant of their value." - R. Buckminster Fuller
 
In a world which has always taken nature for granted and humans have exploited the earth, we as Architects have a major role to play on multiple fronts, to reverse the impending catastrophe. As sensitive professionals, we cannot divorce ourselves from social and environmental exigencies. In the past architects have almost always laid the larger focus on building envelope, active and passive energy systems, pure aesthetics or short-term economics of materials. The latter has not been studied with respect to long term gains and have remained at experimental levels in small sporadic pockets across the globe.
 
Building materials though are omnipresent. They make up the spaces in which we live, work, study, get well and commute, they create our villages, our cities and our built environment. They have social, cultural, moral and environmental implications and often subconsciously control our behavioral patterns and reactions to a space. According to World Bank researchers, the world is generating at least 3.5 million tons of plastic and other solid waste per day, 10 times the amount a century ago.
 
Over the years several experimental technologies have been developed to create buildings that are sustainable, eco-friendly and assisted in the upliftment of the community. One such example is a floating school in the former fishing village of Makoko, Nigeria that was conceptualized as an answer to the region's frequent floods. Designed by NLÉ, a firm founded by Nigerian-born architect Kunlé Adeyemi, the Makoko Floating School is a prototype that could be applied to other areas in Africa that face infrastructural and social challenges due to climate change. It uses renewable energy from a solar panelled roof, recycles organic waste and harvests rainwater. The school is built using local help with sixteen recycled empty plastic barrels as buoys and indigenous bamboo as the framework. The school can now cater to those students, who were previously denied education due to frequent flooding. It can hold 60 to 100 students and is built with a distinctive 3 storey triangular form that provides stability and balance in heavy winds. The structure can also be adapted for community events, clinics, markets and social gatherings.
  
This year's IDC 2020 focuses on these issues and seeks to examine the place and use of discarded and recycled materials in architecture, at the same time keeping in mind community spirit and aspirations of the end users. With its 7th edition,  IDC wishes to encourage the use of discarded or recycled materials that are endemic to the area due to a prevalent industry or lifestyle. Few of the materials that are currently being explored and propagated as building materials on similar pretexts are Ferrock, which uses wasted steel dust from the steel industry to create stronger concrete. Similarly, wooden pallets are often used to create homes in areas where goods are packaged or around docks.
 
Plastic bricks also have several significant advantages over conventional bricks - they are thinner and lighter, have insulating properties which are 5 times more than that of standard bricks, and are just as strong. They are also great at insulating against noise and it only takes 20 bottles on average to make one brick. Each brick helps rid the world of discarded plastic and is cheaper and more fuel efficient to manufacture than conventional bricks. It is also less energy intensive than recycling the plastic into other forms.
  
The Design Challenge:
This year's design challenge involves the use of sustainable strategies produced using discarded or recycled materials. Participants need to identify an area where the availability of discarded material or solid waste is high. The material is then used to propose a structure for the local community that will take into cognizance their immediate needs and encourage the integration of the society as a whole. The proposed structure may be housing units that offer dignity of living standards, a school, a community hall or any other public facility.
  
Entries will be judged on the innovative use of the material, in the response to the need of the community and the final resolution proposed in the design. The design must exhibit a sensitivity towards the environment and should address the ecology of the area at various levels. After all as architects we believe in the famous quote by Robert Swan, that “The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.”
  
主办方
阿迪亚建筑学院(Aditya College of Architecture)
 
参赛资格
本次竞赛对在校大学生、研究生开放,于2019年毕业的年轻建筑师也可以参赛。可组队,团队成员至少一人,至多五人。

参赛费用
无​

评委
Ar. Ashok Lall;
Ar. Sir Philippe Samyn;
AR. CHINTHAKA WICKRAMAGE,CHINTHAKA WICKRAMAGE ASSOCIATES NUGEGODA, SRI LANKA;
AR. CHITRA VISHWANATH,BlOME BANGALORE, INDIA;
AR. DEAN DCRUZ,MOZAIC GOA. INDIA;

日程安排
报名截止:2020年10月31日;
成果提交截止:2020年11月7日;
竞赛评审:2020年11月8日—30日;
结果公布:2020年12月3日。

奖项设置
第一名:100,000印度卢比 +证书;
第二名:50,000印度卢比 +证书;
第三名:30,000印度卢比 +证书。
 
 

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