Competition Name: “RUINS·REBIRTH” Dongjingyu Village Regeneration International Landscape Design Competition
Dongjingyu Village Regeneration International Landscape Design Competition
Theme: Dongjingyu·A Vernacular Symbiosis
Deadline for Registration: September 30, 2016
Deadline for Submission: October 20, 2016
Open to : Professionals and students in landscape, planning, architecture and art as well as individuals of cross-disciplinary.
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The Dongjingyu Village is at the Ji County, the only mountainous area in the Tianjin municipality. It is home to a cluster of vernacular stone dwellings of extraordinary design and layout, interspersed among grotesque rocks, primeval trees and rare plants. As a point of departure for Dongjingyu Village’s regeneration masterplan, this competition seeks to respond to the rural revival movement across China and explore the local culture and charm of the Village.
The Future Dongjingyu Village
·The abandoned situation of the village itself is considered worthy of preservation. It is expected that gradually Nature will take over the place again.
·There is going to be annual art activities that turn the cherished ruins into a site of open exhibition, to celebrate the intervention through art and design.
·Those winning entries that are actually built will be cautiously introduced to the site until the arrival of new built proposals in the next year.
CBC (China Building Centre)
Yuyang Township Government
Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute
Urban Environment Design (UED) Magazine
1st Prize (1 team): Certificate and 100,000 CNY (before tax)
2nd Prize (2 teams): Certificate and 50,000 CNY（before tax）
3rd Prize (5 teams): Certificate and 30,000 CNY (before tax)
Honorable Mentions (10 teams): Certificate and 6-month free subscription of UED magazine
Award-winning works have the opportunity to be built in Dongjingyu Village
Famous landscape architect based in Germany
Founder of WEIDINGER LANDSCAPE ARCHTECTS Berlin
Professor of landscape architecture design chair at Berlin University of Technology
Executive Jury Chairman
Director and Principal Planner of Tianjin Urban Planning and Design Institute
Guest Professor at School of Architecture, Tianjin University
Recipient of the State Council Special Allowance
John F. Jack Ahern
FASLA Vice Provost of International Programs
Professor of Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning University of Massachusetts Amherst
Chief Architect of China Architecture Design & Research Group
Principal Architect of Atelier Li Xinggang
Professor, Doctoral Supervisor and Vice Dean of School of Landscape Architecture, Beijing Forestry University
Chief Landscape architect of Atelier DYJG, Beijing
Deputy Director of Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture
Professor, Vice Dean and Doctoral Supervisor of Department of Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University
Professor, Doctoral Supervisor and Vice Dean of School of Urban Design, Central Academy of Fine Art
Chief Editor of Urban Environment Design (UED) Magazine;
Director of China Building Centre;
Guest Professor, School of Architecture, Tianjin University
Brief of CBC Group
CBC Group（China Building Centre）is the leading service platform that integrates resources from all divisions across the Chinese building industry. With its six pillars Urban Environment Design (UED) magazine which is the largest architectural magazine in China, CBC Academy, Creative Materials Museum, CBC Think Tank, CBC Architectural Design Industrial Park and CBC New Media Centre, CBC has made itself indispensable to the architectural and urban development community.
Brief of UED Magazine
UED Magazine is a professional periodical for Chinese architectural practitioners. The magazine covers the frontier ideas and practice of architecture, predicts the trend of contemporary architecture and analyzes the profound relations among architectures, cities and environment. From domestic to international, and from older generation to young-age architects, UED reports newly significant academic researches, ideas and works and other hot topics. The columns include UED People, New Architecture, Architectural Savor, New Architecture, Architect’s Workplace, Design Management, Creative Material Library, Dialogue with Client, Master Afternoon Teatime.