How can architecture solve the challenges of tomorrow?
The intention of the competition is to challenge the participants on how to exemplify and illustrate policies on architecture, the relationship between
architecture and politics, and how architecture can contribute in solving the challenges of the future. Architecture is politics in practice. Through architecture we inflict the political landscape, our surroundings and our society. MAN MADE REFORMULATE seeks suggestions on how we can influence the society and the challenges of tomorrow
in a positive matter. We want to see old, new, shown and unknown suggestions, where the aim is to find the best ideas.
The winner’s task will be to apply their concept onto Oslo, the capital of Norway, shown as project and exhibited as part of the Oslo Architecture Triennale in September/October 2010.
Phase 1: COMPETITION
In this phase we ask for projects, ideas and concepts already developed, or which has been developed especially for this entry which handles the topic of MAN MADE REFORMULATE: How can architecture solve the challenges of tomorrow?
All entries shall be handed in on the Internet at www.oslotriennale.no/.
All entries will be published on the web site. The winning entry will be invited to phase 2, where the projects shall be investigated for presentation at the Oslo Triennale 2010 in September. Content
and form will rely on the concept. 3-5 runner-ups will be presented in the Triennale catalogue together with the winner.
Phase 2: EXHIBITION
In this phase, the winning idea of phase 1 is to be placed in an Oslo context. How this is to be done shall be suggested by the jury based on the winning concept and description. The final project shall be exhibited in a convenient form, outdoor or indoor. The project will also be presented on a meeting as part of MAN MADE TALKS during the Triennale week (for more information on the program on the
Register by: 07-01-2010 / Submit by: 07-01-2010