The competition for the architectural concept of the BAUA pavilion, which will be exhibited at the UIA World Congress, ended on February 13th. The contestants were required to submit a proposal for the exhibition concept, installation, and content, as well as a souvenir to be given to each visitor.
Baltic Architects Unions Association announces an open and anonymous one-stage Architectural idea Competition for BAUA pavilion in World Congress of Architects, Copenhagen, Bella Center, July 02, 2023 08:00 to July 06, 2023 The purpose of this competition is to find the best idea for an exhibition booth to interpret the main theme of the congress - Sustainable Futures - Leave No One Behind! The final design of the booth will be created from the submitted design proposal with the winning team coordinated by a professional curator.
The prefabricated housing, built some 50-70 years ago, is already worn out. It does not meet the today’s requirements for energy efficiency and is not attractive to the inhabitants anymore: this type of housing fails to correspond to the current needs and way of life of people, and often is perceived as dull, grey and visually unappealing.
Dedicated to the theme “Edible; Or, The Architecture of Metabolism”, Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2022 curated by Lydia Kallipoliti(Greek/ USA) and Areti Markopoulou (Greek/ Spain), in collaboration with local advisor Ivan Sergejev and assistant curator Sonia Sobrino Ralston, aims to empower architects, planners, and environmental designers to take a proactive stance on architecture’s expressive capacity to perform circular operations, to generate resources – food and energy – and to self-decompose.
On November 5, 2021, the best works of young architects from Baltic states were awarded at the ceremony held in Tallinn, Estonia. The jury unanimously agreed to award the prize for the Best Masters Project to Reda Petravičiūtė from Lithuania and give out two Honourable Mentions.