NE[O]ASIS 未来沙漠绿洲的城市/建筑/景观设计挑战赛(NE[O]ASIS Challenge )

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  • 报名时间:2021年08月01日 15:00 - 2021年10月17日 17:00
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  • 作品提交:2021年10月17日 17:00

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这项国际设计挑战赛邀请学生和年轻设计者在女性包容性(若组队女性成员须占50%及以上)和跨学科的设计团队中工作,为澳大利亚、阿拉伯半岛和北非地区对传统绿洲系统的新诠释贡献独到的创意。
 
Ne[O]ASIS是一项针对未来沙漠绿洲的城市/建筑/景观设计理念挑战赛,旨在通过可持续的城市和建筑发展来防治荒漠化。其目的是为沙漠和旱地气候挑战地区的自我恢复能力的城市和建筑解决方案做出贡献。
 
概述
为了应对气候紧急情况和地球上大面积沙漠化日益加剧的威胁,并与新的城市议程/2030年议程和可持续发展目标保持一致,本次挑战呼吁有创意的设计思想,展示对全球沙漠地区自给自足绿洲的新解释:“新绿洲”。
 
传统的绿洲系统一直是人类独具匠心的,例如,可持续发展缓解了恶劣气候和沙漠和旱地资源匮乏的先决条件,却几乎没有产生社会文化繁荣的天堂(进一步参见“为什么是绿洲”)。
 
“新绿洲”的设计理念应借鉴传统的绿洲知识,并将其转化为在非洲、阿拉伯半岛和澳大利亚这四个生物气候条件相似的四个已确定沙漠地点之一的未来自我维持绿洲的愿景(参见“作为一个生态系统的绿洲”一文)。“新绿洲”的设计理念应以传统绿洲知识为指导,并将其转化为未来版本的自我维持的绿洲(参见“作为生态系统的绿洲”),这四个沙漠遗址位于非洲、阿拉伯半岛和澳大利亚。
 
各自的“新绿洲”设计建议回应社会文化和生物气候条件,以期逐步实现适足住房,作为适足生活水准权的一个组成部分,不受歧视,普遍享有安全和负担得起的饮用水和卫生设施,以及在粮食安全和营养、健康、教育、基础设施、交通运输、能源、空气质量和生计等领域人人平等获得公共产品和优质服务的机会。
  
NeOASIS的设想是迎接当前和未来自我持续的城市发展的挑战和机遇,其建筑解决方案在空间上转化为我们将如何在未来的沙漠绿洲系统中生活、工作、娱乐和共同进化的创造性和可持续的愿景。
 
 The Challenge
This international Design Challenge invites students and young practitioners to work in women inclusive and interdisciplinary design teams to contribute ingenious and creative design ideas to a new interpretation of traditional oasis systems set in locations across Australia, the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa. 
 
NE[O]ASIS is an urban/architecture/landscape Design Idea Challenge for future desert oases to combat desertification through sustainable urban and architectural development. The aim is to contribute to urban and architectural solutions for self-resilience of climatically challenged regions in deserts and drylands. 
 
The organisers thank all designers who will take on this challenge and contribute to Ingenious Initiatives for Sustainable Urban Development.
 
Overview
In response to climate emergency and the threat of an ever-increasing desertification of large regions on the planet, and in alignment with the New Urban Agenda/Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs the Challenge calls for creative design ideas showing how a new interpretation of a self-sufficient oasis in desert regions around the globe could look like, feel and work: the neo-oasis ‘NeOasis’. 
 
Traditional oasis systems have been ingenious human made examples of how sustainability mitigated harsh climatic and scare resource prerequisites in deserts and drylands can produce little socio-cultural thriving paradises (further refer to ‘Why the Oasis’).  
 
The design ideas for the ‘NeOasis’ shall be informed by traditional oasis knowledge and translated into the vision for a future looking version of a self-sustained oasis ( see 'Oasis as an Eco-System') at one of the four identified desert sites, in Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and Australia, which share similar bio-climatic conditions.  
 
The respective 'NeOasis' design proposals respond to socio-cultural and bio-climatic conditions, with a view to progressively achieving adequate housing as a component of the right to an adequate standard of living, without discrimination, universal access to safe and affordable drinking water and sanitation, as well as equal access for all to public goods and quality services in areas such as food security and nutrition, health, education, infrastructure, mobility and transportation, energy, air quality and livelihoods.  
 
The NeOasis is envisaged to meet the challenges and opportunities of present and future self-sustained urban development, with architectural solutions that translates spatially a creative and sustainable vision of how we will live, work, play and co-evolve in future desert oasis systems.
 
AWARDS
1st prize: 3.000 AU$
2nd prize: 2.000 AU$
3rd prize: 1.000 AU$
Top 10 Finalists: Exhibition at the Australia Pavilion of the Dubai Expo 2020 and mentoring sessions during Sustainable Urban Development Week.
All entries will be digitally showcased at the Australia Pavillon of the Dubai Expo 2020.
All awarded proposals will be published through international platforms, including architectural magazines and websites, and exhibited at the international Dubai Expo 2020.
 
Eligibility
There is no restriction concerning design disciplines of the team members for participation in the Challenge but at least one team member should be from architecture. A diversity of disciplines is recommended.
Both individual and team participation is allowed, with a minimum of 50 % female members.
Maximum number of participants in a team is five, composed of students or young practitioners (18–33 years).
The Challenge is open for entries worldwide.

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