A waterfront pavilion to bring people togetherSAVE
Last Submission Date: January 04, 2022
Last Registration Date: January 03, 2022
Country: San Francisco, United States
Type: Open CompetitionMore Specs
The design challenge for “Canopy” is to create a resilient urban center in a coastal region. The pavilion designed must be capable of withstanding harsh conditions in the event of a disaster.
Waterfront developments are the heart and soul of coastal places, grounds for public interaction. But their precarious location calls for disaster-resistant structures. We need to find out ways to keep the design of waterfront construction relevant in these circumstances.
The pavilion must consist of a marketplace, food courts, green spaces, and so on, all under one roof. Multi-functional spaces will attract a variety of users to the center, enabling social gatherings.
The aim of the design is to explore a new way of incorporating disaster-proof designing into city planning. The way the construction will behave in the event of a calamity must be anticipated. The design must be a transient and resilient, quality parcel of the public domain.
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The competitions are open for students and professionals from all the disciplines of design.
This is a design idea challenge only. There is no built commission/realization associated with the problem.
Registration Deadline: January 03, 2022
Submission Deadline: January 04, 2022
Winner Announcement: March 03, 2022
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