Güney Kore'de düzenlenecek olan iki aşamalı uluslararası tasarım yarışması "Korean Museum of Urbanism and Architecture" için son kayıt tarihi 7 Ağustos.
Context and Objectives
The Korean Museum of Urbanism and Architecture (KMUA) aims to become a center of archive, exhibition, education, and research for urbanism and architecture. KMUA will also serve as a promoter of cultural awareness in urbanism and architecture for the general public, with goals of contributing to the betterment of the nation’s urbanism and architecture by establishing a national identity for Korea’s architecture and cities.
KMUA parts from collection-centered museums of the past and moves toward a new direction of a “dynamic museum” that can sustain evolution and growth by accumulating and producing various contents through linking its archive, exhibition, education and research activities.
The purpose of this international competition is to select the best architectural design for the establishment of the Korean Museum of Urbanism and Architecture, making it Korea’s representative institution for urbanism, architecture, and their public discourse.
Location: cultural facility lot (Culture S-1) in Sejong-ri (Area S-1), Sejong, Korea
Lot Size: 11,970㎡
Total Floor Area: 17,050㎡ (Corridor area excluded) + 4,729㎡ (underground parking)
Building Size: 2 basement levels, a maximum height of 22 meters
Total Building Cost: KRW 46.9 billion (construction work only, another 27.8 billion for a inner exhibit work is not included)
Architectural Design Fee: Approx. 2.7 billion (Design fee for the corridor and underground parking included, VAT included)
Design Project Period: Approx. 12 months
This design competition is a two-stage process open to any licensed domestic and overseas architects (and architectural firms).
The winner of stage two shall be granted preferential negotiation rights to close a contract with the organizer.
A sum of KRW25 million shall be offered to cover expenses for all 2nd stage participants except winner.