"The Museum of the Second World War" Design Competitionon Friday 19 March 2010 - 15:43:20 | by admin
The Second World War is one of the biggest scratches on the picture of world history. It comes with different notions to different persons and countries. Several memorials and monuments are standing around the world hosting the memories of the Second Wold War so far.
The Government of Poland is willing to put another landmark on the way of making world war memorials. They have declared an architectural design competition to make "The Museum of the Second World War" intended to become a new identity landmark of the City of Gdansk.
The competition is open to professionals from any country with professional license in their home country and at least 5 years work experience or at least one built project no smaller than 2000 SqM.
Prize: The winning project will receive 80,000 Euro.
Jury: Wiesław Bielawski, Grzegorz Buczek, Wiesław Czabański, Wojciech Duda, George Ferguson, Tomasz Konior, Daniel Libeskind, Jack Lohman, Andrzej Pągowski, Hans Stimmann, Krystyna Zachwatowicz-Wajda
All interested participants must send a "Requests to Participate in the Competition" within 26th March, 2010
This 'request' will be checked and selected Architect or groups will get the opportunity to participate the competition. Selected architects are to submit their final design by 13th August 2010.
Find all other details in the Competition Website.
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