Rammed Earth Pavilion, Singapur
Rammed Earth Pavilion
Material studies. Edition #2
Buildner Architecture Competitions
Buildings constructed of rammed earth are found on almost every continent on the planet, created by compacting moistened subsoil which, when dried, forms hard and dense walls, bricks, or other structures.
Rammed earth is considered a green alternative to concrete, often used in the construction of eco-houses, and is becoming increasingly popular with environmentally-conscious architects.
The Rammed Earth Pavilion competition is part of a series exploring the unique benefits of different building materials. Participants are tasked with designing a pavilion to be constructed of rammed earth in a location of their choosing. The pavilion will host an exhibition on the material, the contents of which should be included in submitted designs.
The Rammed Earth Pavilion can be designed as either a temporary or permanent structure but should be no more than 50sqm. What is important is for design to be as creative as possible in their use and exploration of this ancient and sustainable building material.
Competition is open to all. No professional qualification is required.
Design proposals can be developed individually or by teams (4 team members maximum).
Correspondence with organizers must be conducted in English;
All information submitted by participants must be in English.
Closing date for registration: 05 January 2023
Closing date for project submission: 03 February 2023 (11:59pm GMT+0)
Announcement of winners: 15 March 2023
Total Prize Fund: 7,000 €
1st Prize: 3,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
2nd Prize: 1,500 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
3rd Prize: 1,000 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
BUILDNER Student Award: 1,000 € + 50 € ARCHHIVE BOOKS Gift Card + 50 Points Buildner Architecture University Rankings + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
BUILDNER SUSTAINABILITY AWARD: 500 € + Publications + Certificate of Achievement
6 Honorable Mentions: Publications + Certificate of Achievement
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