Schueco


EVALUATION CRITERIA

The Jury is looking for solutions that are plausible and rooted in local conditions. The site must be explained within the context of the city.

It is important that designers explain what is typical and how the total built-up area and programming mix have been decided. The brief must have a combination of work and live components. Entrants must offer a summary breakdown of built-up areas, i.e. how much is set aside for which programme. The space norm used (m2/person, according to programme) must be clearly explained.

The proposal for the site must include urban systems that connect it to the city’s networks, such as roads, train lines, pedestrian pathways, public space, services and utilities infrastructure.


JUDGING WILL BE BASED ON A CLEAR EXPLANATION OF THE FOLLOWING
CORRESPONDING TO THE TASKS:

 
RESOURCES PRODUCTION & CONSUMPTION
PUBLIC SPACE AND COMMUNITY WELL-BEING

The case for self-sufficiency of energy, water, food

The case for social inclusiveness and accessibility

NATURE AND ECOSYSTEMS
RECIPROCITY

The case for integration of ecological habitats and niches, ecosystem flows and processes

The case for mutually beneficial flows and exchanges between
the site and the city