城市交汇硅谷竞赛-Urban Confluence Silicon Valley Competition

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注册/提交截止日期:  2020年1月15日,星期三下午1点

在硅谷的门户中,在两条河流的交汇处,世界相连。圣何塞灯塔公司计划在这个机会温床的历史中建造最有意义的结构,并将其作为礼物送给圣何塞,硅谷和世界。 

我们的想法:
将艾菲尔铁塔的精神与自由女神像的惊人礼物相结合,增加了与古根海姆毕尔巴鄂见证的公民转型的可能性,融合了雄伟景观的深刻力量。想想非凡的照明,对场所的热情,与自然的和谐。这是一生的设计机会,我们很高兴邀请您与我们合作,创造一个图标,为这个独特的可能性山谷创造一个城市身份。

比赛开放; 欲望很明确。唯一的要求是热情地创造一个必看的地标,这将改善美国第十大城市的社区生活,同时反映这个卓越的全球生活改变思想中心的非凡遗产。该竞赛寻求一种变革性的设计,包括戏剧性的照明,零净能源方法,以及令人印象深刻的实体存在,这将成为硅谷如何作为从过去到现在到未来的桥梁运作的强大而持久的象征。Urban Confluence硅谷可以是一个结构,一个物体,一个雕塑,一个建筑作品 – 白天和黑夜都有激活的景观。 

注册在这里参加比赛!请务必查看“提交者资源”中的所有研究。

关于
比赛由圣何塞灯塔公司管理,这是一个非营利组织,由圣何塞和其他硅谷城市居民领导,他们对圣何塞市中心充满热情,以及设计在建设社区中可以发挥的作用。通过特殊的筹款活动和建立关系,该集团与当地政府和慈善机构建立了牢固的合作伙伴关系。 

虽然比赛的想法受到圣何塞电灯塔的启发(于1881年在圣何塞市中心建造,并在1915年的暴风雨中倒塌),但竞争并未寻求复制或重新解释这一结构。鼓励提交者在提交的作品中使用独特但对环境敏感的照明; 然而,所有人都应该将原来的灯塔视为灵感,而不是复制模型。

挑战
比赛分为两个阶段。第一阶段是一场“公开竞赛”,邀请艺术家,建筑师,城市规划师,景观设计师,学生,设计师,工程师以及对场所制作充满热情的任何人提交想法的个人和团队。 

一个高素质的独立评审委员会将从公开竞赛中选出三名决赛选手(个人或团队)。在第二阶段,三名决赛选手将获得每人150,000美元的津贴,以完善他们的提案。评审团将从三名决赛选手的设计中选出一名获胜者。 

竞争目标和评估标准 
提交的文件应对这些设计挑衅做出回应:

我们如何可能:  
•创建一个标志性的目的地,建立公民的自豪感,并欢迎来自世界各地的不同社区? 
•庆祝该地区的创新文化?  
•在网站设计中调用零净能源设计原则?  
•在白天,夜晚和远处建立强大的视觉效果?  
•在使用对环境敏感的独特照明时,表现出对Los Gatos Creek / Guadalupe River地区环境的尊重?(受限于提交者资源中描述的限制)

注册在这里  参加比赛!请务必查看“提交者资源”中的所有研究  。

资格
欢迎所有人提交。

重要日期和其他信息
提交者应查看Urban Confluence Silicon Valley网站的整体比赛日程,包括可选网络研讨会的日期和时间以及可选的网站访问。这些活动的视频将在网站上公布。 

截止日期:  所有参赛作品必须在2020年1月15日太平洋标准时间下午1点之前以数字方式提交。逾期或不完整的参赛作品将不被接受。 

提交细节: 
比赛使用Submittable进行在线提交。 参赛者在此注册。

  1. 拟议设计的两个效果图(图像)。
  2. 促销使用和分发的简短(100字)项目摘要。
  3. 提交者姓名,简短生物和联系信息。注意:社区竞赛小组成员和评委会成员在第一阶段不会知道任何提交者的姓名。
  4. 设计演示文件板文件。设计展示板包括200-400字的设计和场地概念和设计方法摘要,包括设计符合比赛设计目标的方式的描述。

要了解有关比赛的更多信息,请单击  此处

原文如下:

In the gateway of Silicon Valley, at the confluence of two rivers, the world connects. San José Light Tower Corporation plans to build the most meaningful structure in the history of this hotbed of opportunities and present it as a gift to San José, Silicon Valley, and the world. 

Our idea: 
Combine the spirit of the Eiffel Tower with the breathtaking gift of the Statue of Liberty, add the possibility of civic transformation witnessed with the Guggenheim Bilbao, mix with the profound power of majestic landscape. Think extraordinary illumination, a passion for place-making, harmony with nature. This is the design opportunity of a lifetime, and we are thrilled to invite you to work with us to create an icon that produces an urban identity for this unique valley of possibility.

The competition is open; the desires are clear. The only requirement is passion to create a must-see landmark that will enhance community life in America’s tenth largest city while reflecting the extraordinary legacy of this remarkable global center of life-changing thought. The competition seeks a transformative design complete with dramatic lighting, a net-zero energy approach, and an impressive physical presence that will become a powerful and enduring symbol of how Silicon Valley operates as a bridge from past to present to future. Urban Confluence Silicon Valley can be a structure, an object, a sculpture, a work of architecture—with an activated landscape enjoyed both day and night. 

Register Here to enter the competition! Be sure to review all studies in Resources for Submitters.

About
The Competition is managed by the San José Light Tower Corporation, a not-for-profit organization led by residents of San José and other Silicon Valley cities who are passionate about downtown San José and the role that design can play in building community. Through exceptional fundraising efforts and relationship building, this group has developed a strong working partnership with local government and philanthropy. 

Although the idea for the competition was inspired by the San José Electric Light Tower (constructed in 1881 in downtown San José and collapsing during a storm in 1915), the competition does not seek a replica or re-interpretation of this structure. Submitters are encouraged to use unique yet environmentally sensitive lighting in their submissions; however, all should consider the original light tower only as an inspiration, and not as a model for replication.

Challenge
The Competition has two phases. Phase 1 is an “open competition” that invites individuals and teams of artists, architects, urban planners, landscape architects, students, designers, engineers, and anyone with a passion for place-making to submit ideas. 

A highly qualified independent Jury of eleven will select three finalists (individuals or teams) from the open competition. In Phase 2, the three finalists will receive a stipend of $150,000 each to refine their proposals. The Jury will choose a single winner from the three finalists’ designs. 

Competition Objectives and Evaluation Criteria 
Submissions should respond to these design provocations:

HOW MIGHT WE:  
• Create an iconic destination that builds civic pride and welcomes diverse communities from throughout the world?  
• Celebrate the culture of innovation of the region?  
• Invoke net-zero energy design principles in the design of the site?  
• Establish a strong visual presence during the day, at night, and at a distance?  
• Demonstrate respect for the environment within the Los Gatos Creek/Guadalupe River area while using environmentally sensitive unique lighting? (subject to limitations described in Resources for Submitters)

Register Here to enter the competition! Be sure to review all studies in Resources for Submitters.

Eligibility
All are welcome to submit.

Important Dates and Other Information
Submitters should view the Urban Confluence Silicon Valley website for the overall competition schedule including dates and times of optional webinar and optional site visit. Video of these events will be available on the website. 

Deadline: All entries must be submitted digitally by 1:00PM PST on January 15, 2020. Late or incomplete entries will not be accepted. 

Submission Details: 
The Competition uses Submittable for its online submission process.Entrants Register Here.

  1. Two renderings (images) of proposed design.
  2. Short (100 word) project summary for promotional use and distribution.
  3. Names of submitter(s), short bio(s), and contact information. Note: Members of the Community Competition Panel and The Jury will NOT know the names of any creators of submittals during Phase 1.
  4. Design Presentation Board File. The Design Presentation Board includes a 200-400 word summary of concept and design approach for the design and the site, including a description of the ways the design meets the design objectives of the competition.

To learn more about the competition click here

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