Audience vote of TAB vision competition is open
The entries to the Tallinn Architecture Biennale Vision Competition "Epicentre of Tallinn" are published in the digital catalogue and are open for audience vote. The competition received 23 entries from 14 countries.
TAB invites everyone to cast a vote for your favourite blueprint of the Epicentre of Tallinn at
TAB Tallinn Vision Competition "Epicentre of Tallinn"
The aim of the vision competition "Epicentre of Tallinn" is to find a design solution for intersections in the future, when only self-driving cars will drive on the city streets. Tallinn’s central traffic junction, the Viru intersection, was chosen as the test site. The vision competition seeks answers to the questions how driverless cars will alter the cityscape and the public space, and what will be the idea of the new public space?
TAB Tallinn vision competition is organised in cooperation by the Estonian Centre of Architecture and Tallinn City and invites architects, landscape architects, urbanists and students from all those fields to propose ideas and methods as to how improve the quality of public space in one of the hotspots of Tallinn. TAB Tallinn vision competition is a one-stage architecture competition curated by Arhitekt Must.
The jury, consisting of Winy Maas
, Tallinn City Architect Endrik Mänd
and Villem Tomiste
from the Union of Estonian Architects will judge the entries to the competition.
Prizes1st Prize – €4,0002nd Prize – €2,0003rd Prize – €1,000+ five honorary mentions
A separate prize will be given to the people’s choice. In 2015, TAB Vision Competition will be taking place for the third time. The first TAB vision competition back in 2011 was titled Street 2020. Participants were invited to interpret and describe a diverse cityscape which would connect, be compatible and enable seamless transition – all in the example of one street. 35 entries were received in time, of which 34 complied with the conditions of the competition. There were participants from all over, including Japan, Bangladesh, Turkey, Italy, Poland, the US, Austria, Lithuania, Estonia. More information here. The 2013 Vision Competition stemmed from the title of the biennale - Recycling Socialism - looking for ideas on how to diversify the Väike-Õismäe area of Tallinn and improve quality of urban space and living environment in the area. There were 89 entries to the competition, with 86 qualifying. Read more here.
Competition participants may submit relevant questions until April 30th to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
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