YI SA-BU DOKDO MEMORIAL PARK

This open project competition was organised by the DAEGU Architectural Culture Confederation (DACC) and hosted by the city of Samcheok in Gangwon-do. 

 View the website of the city of Samcheok : https://www.samcheok.go.kr/portal/intro/intro.jsp

The competition aimed to promote and celebrate the history and culture of Dodo Island and General Yi Sa-bu, and thus sought a creative and specialised space through a modern display of historical facts.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA) and followed the UIA-UNESCO regulations and the UIA guide.

 

This open project competition was organised by the DAEGU Architectural Culture Confederation (DACC) and hosted by the city of Samcheok in Gangwon-do. 

 View the website of the city of Samcheok : https://www.samcheok.go.kr/portal/intro/intro.jsp

The competition aimed to promote and celebrate the history and culture of Dodo Island and General Yi Sa-bu, and thus sought a creative and specialised space through a modern display of historical facts.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA) and followed the UIA-UNESCO regulations and the UIA guide.

 

Rehabilitation of Place Lalla Yeddouna

The Agency of Partnership for Progress (APP), with its implementing partner, the Agency for the Development and Rehabilitation of the city of Fez (ADER-Fès), is issuing this competition for the design of a site in the Medina of Fez, Morocco, known as Place Lalla Yeddouna.
The competition is being conducted in the context of an international development program funded by the United States of America, acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), in accordance with the Millennium Challenge Compact (the “Compact”) signed on August 31, 2007, between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Morocco.
The Agency of Partnership for Progress (APP), with its implementing partner, the Agency for the Development and Rehabilitation of the city of Fez (ADER-Fès), is issuing this competition for the design of a site in the Medina of Fez, Morocco, known as Place Lalla Yeddouna.
The competition is being conducted in the context of an international development program funded by the United States of America, acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), in accordance with the Millennium Challenge Compact (the “Compact”) signed on August 31, 2007, between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Morocco.

Bamiyan Cultural Centre

UNESCO, with the collaboration of the Government of Afghanistan, organised an international open competition in 2014 for the design of the Bamiyan Cultural Centre.

The realisation of this project on one of the most prominent sites overlooking the Buddha Cliffs was made possible by the support of the Bamiyan Governor and Mayor, the Ministry of Information and Culture, the Ministry of Agriculture and the people of Bamiyan. This project is located near the UNESCO World Heritage property of Bamiyan, which has outstanding universal value.

UNESCO, with the collaboration of the Government of Afghanistan, organised an international open competition in 2014 for the design of the Bamiyan Cultural Centre.

The realisation of this project on one of the most prominent sites overlooking the Buddha Cliffs was made possible by the support of the Bamiyan Governor and Mayor, the Ministry of Information and Culture, the Ministry of Agriculture and the people of Bamiyan. This project is located near the UNESCO World Heritage property of Bamiyan, which has outstanding universal value.