Submission: October 10, 2013
Registration: October 10, 2013
Language: English or Estonian
Location: Pärnu, Estonia
Prizes: 1st Prize € 5.000 2nd Prize € 3.000 3rd Prize € 2.000 2 x Promotion Prize € 1.000
Type: Open competition for architects
International architecture competition to find the best architectural and planning vision for the basis of the further development of an art park of the Baltic Sea states.
The Museum of New Art, in cooperation with the Union of Estonian Architects and Pärnu City Government, announced an international architectural competition on 1 July, to establish the Baltic Sea Art Park in Pärnu. The objective of the competition is to find the best vision in terms of architecture and planning to further develop the art park of the Baltic Sea countries. The deadline for entries is 10 October 2013, and the winners shall be announced on 15 October 2013. The competition prize fund is EUR 12,000.
The Baltic Sea Art Park shall be located in the City of Pärnu, on the left shore of the Pärnu River, in the immediate proximity of the historical Suursild, the only car bridge in the city centre. According to initial plans, the folk art of sea countries and masterpieces of professional creators shall be exhibited. Ten countries located on the shores of our common sea are represented: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia, Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland, along with autonomous Aland.