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AIM Competition, China : Shengsi Islands Contest

Shengsi Islands Design Competition – design by various architects

Architects In Mission (AIM)

2012 AIM Competition

Shengsi Islands : Renewing China’s Traditional Village Lifestyle.

Aug 17 Registration Deadline
Aug 31 Submission Deadline
Sep 1 – Sep 10 Judging
Sep 28 Awards Ceremony

Award Prizes Totaling $16,000 Usd

Scenic Village Planning Award $5000
Architecture Renovation Award $5000
Sustainable Development Award $3000
Innovative Production Award $3000

AIM Competition, China : Shengsi Islands Contest
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6 Jul 2012

AIM Competition 2012

Architects In Mission (AIM) Competition is organized by AIM competition committee, supported by Zeybekoglu and Associates (ZNA). The goal of the annual competition is to promote high quality design among architecture students and young professionals, instill a strong sense of social responsibility, and provide a stage for them to demonstrate their design gifts and abilities.

This year’s competition seeks to promote a sense of mission among young architects with a focus towards addressing societal issues through the thoughtful application of public service. Following in the footsteps of past AIM topics, the Beijing CBD District Development and the Shougang Relocation Transformation, we have now set our sights upon the eastern gate of China: Shengsi Islands.

AIM Competition site
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Over the course of this society’s development, the unique fi shing village, its products, and its lifestyle, represent a cultural resource that cannot be replicated. With the premise of helping the local population of the Shengsi Islands integrate into modern life, how can the ecology and residential environment of this archipelago be protected? Guiding the island villages toward a diversifi ed economy through sustainable tourism development is our primary focus.

Design Contest 2012 website:

4 Jan 2012

AIM Competition 2011

Architects In Mission (AIM)

2011 AIM competition’s awarded works

This design contest has been held for 2 years, the topic of 2011 is “Post- Industry Age, Green transformation.”

Contestants will redesign the former Beijing steel factory, which was the largest one in China.

This factory was a “very special and unique area in Beijing”.

The Best Architecture Design Award
David Chen, National Chiao Tung University, Architecture Department, MArch1, Taiwan
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The Best Exterior Space Design Award
Longqiang Jin, Olso School of Architecture, Norway
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The Best Planning Award
Martijn de Geus, Tan Guang Ruey, Xiaogang Lian, all from Tsinghua University, China
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The Best Sustainable Design Award
Zhonghui Li, “China Academy of Art, School of Landscape”, China
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The Best Programming Award
Chris Cornelissen, Jan Wilbers, Tim Peeters, Marta Relats, MSc Urban Design, TU Delft, The Netherlands
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AIM Competition – Award Ceremony
Photos of the winners:
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Design: Massoud Afsarmanesh and Ali Afsarmanesh
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AIM Architecture Competition : main page with current information

Location: Shengsi Islands, China

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