Competing Globally in Architecture Competitions. Architecture in Practice

  • ID: 2215104
  • Book
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The practice of architecture has become increasingly global, but firms participating in design competitions are finding a culture that is continually in flux. As one of the first two titles in the distinctive Architecture in Practice series from Wiley–Academy, this book enables the architect to negotiate the differing rules and processes that govern international competitions. Besides essential strategic material on preparing and presenting an entry, architects will find important tips to help them decide whether to enter a competition. Reviewing the winning case studies, which feature the most recent advances in presentation, graphic design and sustainability, can be a shortcut to success for the design professional. This is an invaluable companion for any architect or student who is intent on growing or establishing their practice.
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Introduction.

Why Compete? (G Stanley Collyer).

Chapter 1. Government Buildings (G Stanley Collyer).

Eugene, Oregon Federal Courthouse (1999) (John Morris Dixon).

Canadian Embassy, Berlin (1998) (G Stanley Collyer).

Contra Costa County Government Center (2000) (Mark Tortorich).

Los Angeles Federal Courthouse (2001) (Larry Gordon).

Chapter 2. Performing Arts Centres (G Stanley Collyer).

Rensselaer Polytechnic Electronic Media and Performing Arts Center (2001) (W Morgan).

Tempe Visual & Performing Arts Center (2001) (Brian Taggart).

Jyväskylä Music and Arts Centre (1998) (William Morgan).

Miami–Dade Performing Arts Center (1995) (Carlos Casuscelli).

Chapter 3. Educational Facilities (G Stanley Collyer).

Lick–Wilmerding High School, San Francisco (2001) (Susannah Temko).

Chicago Prototype Schools (2001) (G Stanley Collyer).

Booker T Washington Arts Magnet School, Dallas (2001) (Mark Gunderson AIA).

IIT McCormick Center, Chicago (1998) (Michael Dulin).

University of South Dakota School of Business (2000) (Tom Reasoner).

School of Architecture, University of New Mexico (2000) (Brian Taggart).

Chapter 4. Public Libraries (Roger L Schluntz FAIA).

Salt Lake City Library (2000) (Roger L Schluntz FAIA).

Kansai–Kan National Diet Library (1996) (Tony Coscia).

Brooklyn Public Library (2002) (Michael Berk).

Québec Library, Montr al (2000) (William Morgan).

Chapter 5. Museums (G Stanley Collyer).

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (1997) (George Wright).

Palos Verdes Art Center (2000) (Larry Gordon ).

Nam June Paik Museum (2003) (G Stanley Collyer).

Chapter 6. Housing (Robert G Shibley AIA, AICP).

Chicago Housing Authority (2001) (Rosemarie Buchanan).

Europan (1993) (Lucy Bullivant).

Sustainable Housing, Lystrup, Århus, Denmark (2003) (G Stanley Collyer).

Appendix: Competitions by Country.

Bibliography.

Photo Credits.

Acknowledgements.

Conttributors.

Index.

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G Stanley Collyer, PhD, editor ofCompetitions magazine, was a founding member of The Competition Project, Inc., a non–profit making organisation which functions as a clearing house for information on design competitions in the US and abroad. Besides serving on competition juries and acting as a consultant to competition sponsors, he has participated on panels and written on the subject of affordable housing. A member of an AIA Task Force on design competitions in the 1990s, he recently wrote the competition brief and was a juror for a cultural/convention centre for the city of Resistencia, Argentina, in collaboration with Florida International University.
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