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Saratov City Centre Open International Competition

7 Oct 2020

Saratov City Centre Open International Competition News

5 international consortiums will participate in the Open International Competition for the Best Architectural and Urban Planning Concepts for the Integrated Development of Saratov’s City Centre.

There were 67 applications coming from 24 countries submitted for the Open International Competition for the Best Architectural and Urban Planning Concepts for the Integrated Development of Saratov’s City Centre.

Saratov City Centre Open Competition

The competitors had to provide the short vision statement for the development of the territories and a portfolio with 5 relevant projects. The jury of experts reviewed all the submitted applications and selected five participants for the second stage of the competition:

1) KARRES EN BRANDS (The Netherlands) / MANDAWORKS (Sweden) / KOSMOS (Russia)

2) Arteza (Russia) / Megabudka (Russia) / Citymakers (Russia) / The Faculty of Biology of Saratov State University (Russia) / The Transportation Design Studio (Russia)

3) l’AUC (France) / Mosbach Paysagistes (France) / OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen (Belgium)

4) ADEPT (Denmark) / TOBE Architects (Russia) / Buro Happold (Germany)

5) Novaya (Russia) / Wagon Landscaping SAS (France) / Mæ Architects Ltd (UK) / GRACE SRL (Italy) / LABORATORIO PERMANENTE DEGLI ARCHITETTI NICOLA RUSSI E ANGELICA SYLOS LABINI (Italy) / SNoU project Ltd (Rusia) / M4 Ltd (Russia) / 8 lines (Russia) / Novoe (Russia)

Portfolios of chosen participants:

1)

Nike Box MSK, Moscow, Russia by KOSMOS:
Nike Box MSK, Moscow, Russia

Hiedanranta Innovation Bay, Tampere, Finland by MANDAWORKS:
Hiedanranta Innovation Bay, Tampere, Finland by MANDAWORKS

Oberbillwerder, Hamburg, Germany by KARRES EN BRANDS:
Oberbillwerder, Hamburg, Germany by KARRES EN BRANDS

Grasbrook, Hamburg, Germany by MANDAWORKS:
Grasbrook, Hamburg, Germany by MANDAWORKS

2)

New Russian City, Russia by Megabudka:
New Russian City, Russia by Megabudka

Eco-park Kudikina Gora, Lipetsk region, Russia by Megabudka:
Eco-park Kudikina Gora, Lipetsk region, Russia by Megabudka

Olympic stadium Luzhniki, Moscow, Russia by Arteza:
Olympic stadium Luzhniki, Moscow, Russia by Arteza

3)

Central Park Taichung, Taichung, Taiwan by Mosbach Paysagistes:
Central Park Taichung, Taichung, Taiwan by Mosbach Paysagistes

MSP Officine FFS, Bellinzona, Switzerland by l’AUC, Mosbach Paysagistes, OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen:
MSP Officine FFS, Bellinzona, Switzerland

4)

Neuperlach, Munich, Germany by ADEPT:
Neuperlach, Munich, Germany by ADEPT

Oberbillwerder, Hamburg, Germany by ADEPT:
Oberbillwerder, Hamburg, Germany by ADEPT

Kama Tri-City Integrated Masterplan, Usolye, Russia by Buro Happold:
Kama Tri-City Integrated Masterplan, Usolye, Russia by Buro Happold

5)

Master Plan for Derbent Urban District, Derbent, Russia by Novaya Zemlya:
Master Plan for Derbent Urban District, Derbent, Russia by Novaya Zemlya

Regent’s Park Estate London, UK by Mae:
Regent's Park Estate London, UK by Mae

Rakhova Boulevard Saratov, Russia by SNoU:
Rakhova Boulevard Saratov, Russia by SNoU

The Open International Competition for the Best Architectural and Urban Planning Concepts for the Integrated Development of Saratov’s City Centre was launched on July 20, 2020.

The participants need to propose a framework of planning, programming, landscaping and transport solutions for the project sites, namely the former Saratov-Tsentralny airport, the memorial Park Pobedy (Victory Park) on Sokolovaya mountain, the Ostrov Zelyonyy (Green Island), Glebuchev Ovrag (Glebuchev Ravine), and Pokrovskie Peski Island.

Now each of the shortlisted teams has to develop a concept proposal for the integrated spatial development of the five territories as specified in the Competition Brief. Based on the outcomes of this stage, the jury will select two finalists.

During the last stage, an exhibition of the finalists’ proposals and a public voting will be held. The Government of the Saratov Region will make a final decision on the basis of the vote and the advice of the jury. The winner will be announced in Spring, 2021.

The jury consists of international and Russian experts, including Didier Vancutsem, member of the Board of Directors, ISOCARP Institute; Adriaan Geuze, co-founder of West 8 and founder of SLA (Surrealistic Landscape Architecture) foundation; Ingo Kanehl, managing director, ASTOC GmbH & Co; Nikolay Shumakov, President of the Union of Architects of Russia; Igor Sorokin, local history expert and member of the Russian Association of Art Scholars; and a number of other high-profile experts in architecture and urban planning.

The full list of jury members and more information about the competition is available on the competition website: https://saratov-competition.com/about

You may find the portfolios of the participants via this link: http://gs_2019.tilda.ws/first-stage-results-saratov

DOM.RF — The DOM.RF Foundation was established by DOM.RF Joint Stock Corporation in 2016. One of the main focuses of the Foundation’s activities is collaboration in creating comfortable living conditions and the formation of a pleasant urban environment. In compliance with an order from Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev, and as part of the national Housing and Urban Environment project, the Foundation developed the Integrated Guidelines for Urban Development, a methodological guideline with recommendations on the development and realisation of housing construction projects in redevelopment or new construction conditions, as well as under planned construction on new territories and the development of open public spaces. As part of the Guidelines’ pilot programme, the Foundation already created urban redevelopment projects for public spaces in 46 cities, with an overall area of 1,500 hectares

Strelka KB is a leading Russian company offering strategic consulting services in the field of urban development. Since 2013, Strelka KB helps cities develop their spaces, economies, management and technologies based on the demands of their residents. The company develops comprehensive solutions for improving mobility, ecology and sustainability of the urban environment and the quality and accessibility of housing. An important field of the company’s work is the organisation of architectural competitions, which help put Russian cities on the international agenda.

Strelka KB’s work has received international recognition and a series of awards, including the Urban Land Institute Awards 2019, ISOCARP Awards 2018, Qatar Sustainability Awards 2018 and LILA Awards 2018.

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