The Open All-Russian Competition with International Participation for the Best Architectural and Urban Planning Concept of the Museum of Science and Technology in the City of Tomsk.

Tomsk Architecture Competition

 At the first stage of the competition participants must submit their portfolio for proving work experience in projects of similar construction typology. The jury will select 5 teams that will participate in the second stage of the competition.

The Museum of Science and Technology is a component of the large-scale Tomsk Embankment project and included in the new business, cultural and educational center to be constructed in Tomsk. The Museum must be the modern scientific, cultural and educational center in Siberia, oriented at the development of the human cognitive activity and research competencies, striving for innovative activities through interactive and interdisciplinary communications.

The Competition shall be carried out in two stages:

First stage is the open pre-qualification of the Competition’s finalists
21st of July – 28th of July, 2014

Second stage is the evaluation of architectural and urban planning concepts proposed by the Competition’s finalists.

20th of August – 21st of September, 2-14

Registration deadline: 28.07. 2014
Submission deadline: 21.10.2014
Organizers: TSUAB, The Union of Architects of Russia

Contact: konkurs.tomsk@zodchestvo.com

 

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