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Elveda - Geleceğin Mezarlığı (Lebe Wohl - Friedhof der Zukunft)

"Geleceğin Mezarlığı", "Elveda" projesinin bir parçasıdır. Bu yarışma, mezarlığın geleneksel fonksyonunu yeniden tanımlamak için düzenlenen bir tasarım ve konsept yarışmasıdır. "Elveda - Geleceğin Mezarlığı", defnediliş, anma ve ziyaretleri farklı bir şekilde gündelik hayata aktarma çabası olarak tanımlanabilir.

Katılım Ücreti80 Euro
Yarışma TipiUluslararası
Katılım Şartları

A. Regulations 1. Awarding organisation Landesgewerbeamt Baden-Württemberg Postfach 102963, D-70025 Stuttgart Tel.: ++49-711/123-2544 Fax: -2577 Represented by: Mrs. Judith Schenten 2. Coordinator böhnert l kassner l architekten marktplatz 5 l d-71634 ludwigsburg fon 49-7141-904600 l fax -904700 architekten@boehnert-kassner.de 3. Task "Cemetery of the Future" is part of the project "FareweIl". lt is a design and concept competition to redefine the traditional function of a cemetery. "Cemetery of the Future" intends to initiate a process which creatively helps to find alternative arrangements for places of mourning, remembrance and even the integration of burials into everyday life. 4. Type of competition lt is a one-off, open, anonymous competition for architectural designs and ideas. 5. Countries eligible for admission All members of the EEC, plus: Switzerland, Croatia, Poland, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey and Hungary. The officiaI Ianguage for this competition is German. 6. Participants Any person naturally resident in any of the above-mentioned countries is eligible for participation, provided that he/she is - on the day the competition is announced -legally permitted to carry out the following professions in the country of his/her residence: architect, garden or landscape architect, city architect, engineer, designer or artist. Graduates within these subject areas are also eligible. Teams consisting of non-juristic persons and/or juristic persons are also eligible for participation if the statutes of their business allows the participation in such a competition as well as the provision of the required services. Any juristic person must name an authorized representative who then will be responsible for the competition entry. Both this authorized representative and the person(s) creating the competition entry have to meet the criteria for entry. lnterdisciplinary teams are welcome. Sociologist, psychologist, theologians, specialists in cultural/area studies, philosophers etc. may and should be considered as advisers to applicants. 7. Jury From Stuttgart: Mrs. Kerstin Gothe, Prof. Eberhard Holder, Mr.Werner Koch, Prof. Brigitte Schmelzer From Dresden: Mrs. Canan Rohde-Can Stand-by from Stuttgart: Henning Horn and Petra Stojanik 8. Application lnvitation to tender will be provided by the awarding organisation. lt will be available as of 28.01.2002. There is a fee of 80 EUR. Applicants are asked to send a crossed (non-negotiable) cheque as weIl as their full address including telephone and fax number to the coordinator. Additionally, e-rnail address should be provided. 9. Dates Closing date for colloquium entries 01.03.2002 Questions may be put forward until the 18.03.2002 Colloquium (if necessary) 22.03.2002 Deadline for design submission 23.05.2002 Meeting of competition jury 24/25.06.2002 Project exhibition "Farewell" Sept./Oct. 2002 10. Prices and purchases Three awards and money-prizes will given: Awards: each will account for 6.000,- EUR Money-prizes: each will account for 4.000,- EUR The total amount of the competition : 30.000,- EUR. incl. VAT. Winning entries and other selected designs and ideas will be on display at an exhibition of the "Farewell" project at the "Haus der Wirtschaft" in Stuttgart from September until December 2002. A booklet of the exhibition and will also be published. 11. Project continuation lt is not intended to prolong this project. lt is a one-off design/idea competition. 12.0 Requirements and marking of design and ideas Each applicant may only chose one site and design a concept according to its needs. Only one design or idea may be handed in to the Jury. lt has to meet the requirements of the invitation to tender. 12.1 Designs have to meet certain criteria (GRW 5.1.4) o In order to ensure easy comparison of designs any plan has to be drawn to the scale of 1:500 or 1:1.000. o Spatial interpretation, presentations, formulation, visualisation, explanation of the ground plan, sketches, cuts, views of applicants' concept may be provided according to the needs of applicant. o Three-dimensional drawings, explanations with graphics or drawings are welcome but have be integrated into the finally submitted concept. Models will not be considered. o Conceptual explanation (twofold) has to be provided in a non-transparent and sealed envelope according to the attached (GRW 5.2.). o Plans, drawings etc. must not be submitted folded or concealed. Bearing in mind the exhibition at the end of the competition, the entries should not exceed DIN A0. Not more than three sheets should be submitted. o Coloured designs are allowed. 12.2. Marking of designs (GRW 5.4.1) The submitted design has to be marked on each separate sheet in the top right-hand corner. This applies to all sheets submitted. The identification number used for this purpose rnust consist of six identical arabic numerals (height 1 cm; width 6 cm). 13 Criteria for assessment of designs (GRW 5.1.5) o quality and innovation of approach; o openness towards the various form of burials, mourning and remembrance; o creation of atmosphere; o provision of an adequate solution for a site with regards to development, consideration as public space and retreat, social control, psycho-social aspects etc. o conclusiveness of design o quality of structural and spatial design of rooms, buildings and open spaces o structural integration into urban development and surroundings o quality of open space concepts, structural integration into surroundings and effect on surroundings B. Aim and Task "Search for a forward-looking concept" Four individual sites within the city of Stuttgart were chosen for this competition. Applicants may only choose one. Applicants are asked - whilst taking into consideration the surroundings and special characteristics of their chosen site - to provide a design / concept / idea for the site which meets the requirements of a place of remembrance for a beloved person, for a place of contemplation, for farewells, burial and mourning. Applicants are asked to consider the individuality of their chosen site. The use of coffins and urns for burial is not necessarily a key factor for the design. The participant are expected to use their own imagination. lt is possible that burial might take place outside the site. There are no rules for the integration of rooms or buildings such as crematorium, mortuary, morgue, equipment room, cafè etc. The integration of such facilities is optional to the participants: consideration of such facilities needs to meet the overall idea of the applicants' concept. However, if such facilities are considered they have to be designed to meet the individual characteristics of the chosen site. The aim of this competition is to find a general prototype. The awarding organisation is looking for a variety of designs / concepts / ideas suggesting alternative arrangements beyond the traditional idea of a cemetery to rneet the increasing individuality and cultural diversity of modern society. As creativity, innovation and visions are the core of this design and idea competition, the consideration of laws and regulations is not required. And yet, participants may take a good look at them. The compulsory burial on a cemetery may not be considered. Nevertheless, participants must take into consideration that cemeteries are part of cultural life and heritage. How do we define the cultural significance of the final hour? The cemetery ot the future should be a place of remembrance, consolation, farewell, remembrance, consolation, transition and permanence .... C. Sites Four sites within the city of Stuttgart were chosen for this competition. All four have individual spatial and structural characteristics. Nevertheless, they have overall characteristics relevant to the spirit and concept of this competition. The individual aspects of these four sites are intended to meet the structural as well as cultural diversity of modern city life: o inner city, centrally situated, where many people drive or walk pass, or merely wait, rneet, work, shop, relax or rest o at traffic junctions - situated where car-drivers and passengers of public transport - e.g. of tube or trains - pass by giving this site only a short glance; a restless place without peace and quiet. o RuralI suburban sites situated between separate parts of the city and yet highly frequented as place for recreation, situated near to a traditional cemetery which will continue to exist as a place for funerals, final blessings etc. For these individual sites concepts tor the "Cemetery of the Future" should be designed meeting the specific targets of B. Applicants are asked to chose only one site. The approximate location of all sites may be found in the official city map in the attachment.