Open international competition for an architectural and urban planning concept for the development of the wharf in the federal territory of Sirius

Open international competition for an architectural and urban planning concept for the development of the wharf in the federal territory of Sirius

Sirius, the first federal territory of Russia, is launching the competition for an urban design concept for its 7.5 kilometer long maritime promenade. The open call for teams and individual applicants from Russia and beyond is posted on the competition website. This competition is organized by VEB.RFThe Center for Urban Studies of the Sirius University of Science and Technology, Strelka KB, ProGorod.

At the end of September, the jury will shortlist 6 participants for phase 2, of which four teams will be experienced in similar large-scale projects and two are emerging / early career / not yet established professionals. Up-and-coming architects will therefore be able to take part in the competition alongside popular offices.
The winner and runners-up will be announced in early December 2021. The prize money is 26 million rubles.

Applicants will design a multi-functional urban space concept for people from all walks of life, from sailors to artists, and consider infrastructure for international or national cultural, sporting and educational events – festivals, concerts, exhibitions and public artist conferences. or popular scientists. Landscaping and wind protection solutions should create a comfortable all-season environment for people of all ages, from infants to the elderly.

The waterfront is to become an iconic landmark for Sirius – the city of the 2014 Winter Olympics and the Sirius educational center for gifted students from across Russia. A distinctive skyline with organized panoramic viewpoints and easy access to the sea is to turn the place into a dynamic global attraction.

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