Architecture Competition to Design a Parking Tower: Tokyo Parking Tower
The project must contemplate the following program.1- The design of the area surrounding the tower: it includes green areas shade spaces, paths… 2- The tower: it must be designed in the urban void of 2260 m² of surface, a tower whose main use is parking. The height, the number of floors, the total capacity of the tower will be determined by the participant himself. The participants must design it according to the following concepts:- Use of space to maximize capacity- Integration with the environment of the building (facade finish)- Self-sufficient Building- It will be positively valued that the building contributes energetically to the city.- The building is allowed to be expandable or transformable over time.
reTH!NKING team is delighted to introduce the new competition #018 Tokyo Parking Tower. The competition consists of the creation of a parking tower in one of the cities with the highest population denstiy in the world and where the unión of tradtition and modernity is a thin line hardly noticeable.
Link to Competition
Link to Registration form
FIRST PRIZE1.500 €+ The winners will be members of the jury in the next reTHINKING competition
2nd PRIZE1.000 €3rd PRIZE500 €
Type of Competition
Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)
Who can Participate
All students and architects or related professions anywhere in the world can participate in the contest. Participation can be individual or
in groups, being eight (8) the maximum number of members. Team members can be from all disciplines (artists, philosophers, photographers, etc.),
without being necessary, although advisable, the presence of an architect or architecture student. It is allowed that members are from different
universities and countries.
Dates and Time Frame
Registration Closes December 3, 2018
Deadline to Submit Project December 3, 2018
Winners announcement Date January 31, 2019
Location of Competition
Location of Project (if developed)
Banner, Poster, Brochure or Triptic of Competition