LIGET PROJECT BUDAPEST COMPETITION

This international two-stage competition was organised with the authorisation of the Government of Hungary and the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts’ New National Public Collections Complex Office, and concerned the design of new museum buildings in the framework of the Liget Budapest Project in the City Park of Budapest.

The Government of Hungary made a commitment to erect new buildings for six different cultural institutions in Budapest, organised via four competitions integrated in the City Park Development Project.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).



This international two-stage competition was organised with the authorisation of the Government of Hungary and the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts’ New National Public Collections Complex Office, and concerned the design of new museum buildings in the framework of the Liget Budapest Project in the City Park of Budapest.

The Government of Hungary made a commitment to erect new buildings for six different cultural institutions in Budapest, organised via four competitions integrated in the City Park Development Project.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).



House of arts and culture

This competition was a single-stage project competition following the UNESCO-UIA recommendations on international architectural and urbanism competitions and endorsed by the International Union of Architects (UIA). 

This competition was organised for the construction of the House of Arts and Culture (Lebanese- Omani Centre).

Please visit the official website for the competition: http://houseofartsandculture.org/intro.html

 

This competition was a single-stage project competition following the UNESCO-UIA recommendations on international architectural and urbanism competitions and endorsed by the International Union of Architects (UIA). 

This competition was organised for the construction of the House of Arts and Culture (Lebanese- Omani Centre).

Please visit the official website for the competition: http://houseofartsandculture.org/intro.html

 

Art Gallery New South Wales

The Art Gallery of New South Wales traces its origins to a public meeting on April 24, 1871, which established an “Academy of Art” for the purpose of promoting the fine arts through lectures, art classes and regular exhibitions.

The Gallery sought inspiring concepts for how it could create a unique, authentic, inspiring and agile 21st century art museum.

This was a two-stage competition, officially endorsed by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), the city of Sydney, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the International Union of Architects (UIA).



The Art Gallery of New South Wales traces its origins to a public meeting on April 24, 1871, which established an “Academy of Art” for the purpose of promoting the fine arts through lectures, art classes and regular exhibitions.

The Gallery sought inspiring concepts for how it could create a unique, authentic, inspiring and agile 21st century art museum.

This was a two-stage competition, officially endorsed by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), the city of Sydney, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the International Union of Architects (UIA).



Parc de la Villette

Within the framework of the public building construction programmes approved by the President of the Republic, the Etablissement Public du Parc de La Villette was appointed to organise the development of a city park. 

The park, the first of its size to be developed for over a century, is situated on the north-eastern edge of Paris on the grounds of “La Villette” and totals some 55 hectares.

Within the framework of the public building construction programmes approved by the President of the Republic, the Etablissement Public du Parc de La Villette was appointed to organise the development of a city park. 

The park, the first of its size to be developed for over a century, is situated on the north-eastern edge of Paris on the grounds of “La Villette” and totals some 55 hectares.

La Defense district, Paris

In March 1982, the French President announced a vast operation of town-planning and architectural projects, including the “Tête Defense” competition. 

This competition was organised by the Établissement public pour l’aménagement de La Défense. 

It was sponsored by the International Union of Architectes (UIA). This international competition was conducted in one stage and maintained the anonymity of all participants. 

In March 1982, the French President announced a vast operation of town-planning and architectural projects, including the “Tête Defense” competition. 

This competition was organised by the Établissement public pour l’aménagement de La Défense. 

It was sponsored by the International Union of Architectes (UIA). This international competition was conducted in one stage and maintained the anonymity of all participants. 

Concours européen pour Residence Palace

The international competition was organised by the European Union Council to restructure the Residence Palace in Brussels. 

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

 

The international competition was organised by the European Union Council to restructure the Residence Palace in Brussels. 

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

 

Seoul Performing Arts Center

The international ideas competition was launched by the Organising Committee for the Creation of the Seoul Performing Arts Centre in order to gain inspiration for the venue’s architectural design.

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

The international ideas competition was launched by the Organising Committee for the Creation of the Seoul Performing Arts Centre in order to gain inspiration for the venue’s architectural design.

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

Asian Culture Complex

This international project competition was organised by the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism for the construction of a new Asian Culture Complex in Gwangju.

This competition took place over a single stage and complied with UNESCO-UIA regulations. It was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).

 

This international project competition was organised by the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism for the construction of a new Asian Culture Complex in Gwangju.

This competition took place over a single stage and complied with UNESCO-UIA regulations. It was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).

 

New National Library Prague

This international architectural competition aimed to find urban, architectural, technical and operational solutions for the new National Library of the Czech Republic in Prague. 

This competition was organised over two stages. Participants presented their ideas for the shaping and usage of the reserve area between the east facade of the National Library and the City Ring Road tunnel entrance. 

 

This international architectural competition aimed to find urban, architectural, technical and operational solutions for the new National Library of the Czech Republic in Prague. 

This competition was organised over two stages. Participants presented their ideas for the shaping and usage of the reserve area between the east facade of the National Library and the City Ring Road tunnel entrance. 

 

Urban Design and Harmony of Ramses Square

Ramses Square, a site of important historical and urban value, needed much development in order to meet modern urban and traffic conditions. To achieve this goal, the Egyptian Government decided to launch an international planning & urban design competition in order to find the best solution for the square in the light of the comprehensive planning vision for Cairo city centre. 

 

Ramses Square, a site of important historical and urban value, needed much development in order to meet modern urban and traffic conditions. To achieve this goal, the Egyptian Government decided to launch an international planning & urban design competition in order to find the best solution for the square in the light of the comprehensive planning vision for Cairo city centre.