2011 摩天大楼竞赛获奖者及获奖作品

eVolo杂志很荣幸地公布了2011年摩天大楼竞赛的胜出者。每年一届的摩天大楼竞赛成立于2006年,随着研究全球化、灵活性、适应性和数字革命,旨在寻找杰出创意的设计,包括新技术、新材料、新程序、美学和空间组织。这也是一项关于公共空间与私人空间,个体与集体在动态和自适应垂直社区的创新。(摩天大厦的自我适应及供给平衡上的创新,译者注)

获得本奖项冠军的是来自法国的设计团队Atelier CMJN (Julien Combes, Gaël Brulé)在印度新德里的设计作品《LO2P 回旋摩天大楼》。该项目设计了一个大规模风力涡轮通过一系列粒子收集膜、高架温室和矿化洗涤。更多的图片和说明会在随后的获奖作品中介绍。

亚军则授予来自法国的Yoann Mescam, Paul-Eric Schirr-Bonnans, and Xavier Schirr-Bonnans所设计的水平圆顶状的摩天大楼,该建筑科用来收集太阳能,储存雨水并保留现有城市肌理通过大型天窗和小的脚印。

季军获得者是来自美国的Yheu-Shen Chua所设计的建筑。该建筑重新在美国胡佛水坝上建造,打破常规习惯,结合画廊、水族馆的发电厂,并且可以直接看到由上而下的水景。

在荣誉奖中有各种功能的摩天大厦,其中包括可以清理油污染并淡化海水的水上大楼,翻转可作为浮动的奥林匹克别墅的摩天大厦、回收自循环塔、收集闪电能量的研究型摩天大厦、竖向墓地、游乐场、体育用摩天大楼、渔场和沙漠气候中生长的山脉的摩天大厦。

评委们是:: Juan Azulay (principal Matter Management, professor at Southern California Institute of Architecture), CarloMaria Ciampoli (port director Live Architecture Network), Mario Cipresso (principal Studio Shift, professor at University of Southern California), Ted Givens (principal 10 Design), Eric Goldemberg (principal Monad Studio, professor at Florida International University), Jose Gonzalez (principal Softlab, professor at Pratt Institute), John Hill (editor Archidose), Mitchell Joachim (principal Terreform One, professor at New York University), Andrew Liang (principal Studio 0.10., professor at University of Southern California), Javier Quintana (principal Taller Basico de Arquitectura, Dean of IE School of Architecture), Rezza Rahdian (Architect, Second Place 2009 Skyscraper Competition), Michel Rojkind (principal Rojkind Arquitectos), and Michael Szivos (principal Softlab, professor at Pratt Institute). The Jury selected 3 winners and 32 honorable mentions. 杂志收到95个国家和地区的715个作品。

eVolo杂志感谢所有参赛者的热情、视野、建筑创新的热情,并且感谢这段较长评审进程中评委的知识、时间和热情。


eVolo Magazine is pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition recognizes outstanding ideas that redefine skyscraper design through the use of new technologies, materials, programs, aesthetics, and spatial organizations, along with studies on globalization, flexibility, adaptability, and the digital revolution. This is also an investigation on the public and private space and the role of the individual and the collective in the creation of a dynamic and adaptive vertical community. The award seeks to discover young talent, whose ideas will change the way we understand architecture and its relationship with the natural and built environments.

The first place was awarded to Atelier CMJN (Julien Combes, Gaël Brulé) from France for their ‘LO2P Recycling Skyscraper’ in New Delhi, India. The project is designed as a large-scale wind turbine that filters polluted air with a series of particle collector membranes, elevated greenhouses, and mineralization baths. More images and descriptions of winning entries after the break

The second place was awarded to Yoann Mescam, Paul-Eric Schirr-Bonnans, and Xavier Schirr-Bonnans from France for a dome-like horizontal skyscraper that harvests solar energy, collects rainwater, and preserves the existing urban fabric at ground level thanks to its large skylights and small footprint.

The recipient of the third place is Yheu-Shen Chua from the United Kingdom for a project that re-imagines the Hoover Dam in the U.S. as an inhabitable skyscraper that unifies the power plant with a gallery, aquarium, and viewing platform that engages the falling water directly.

Among the honorable mentions there are “waterscrapers” that clean oil spills and desalinate sea water, inverted skyscrapers for a floating Olympic villa, recycling towers, research skyscrapers that harvest lightning power, vertical cemeteries and amusement parks, sports skyscrapers, fish farms, and “living mountains” for desert climates. Other proposals use the latest building technologies and parametric design to configure environmentally conscious self-sufficient buildings.

The Jury of the 2011 edition was formed by leaders of the architecture and design fields including: Juan Azulay (principal Matter Management, professor at Southern California Institute of Architecture), CarloMaria Ciampoli (port director Live Architecture Network), Mario Cipresso (principal Studio Shift, professor at University of Southern California), Ted Givens (principal 10 Design), Eric Goldemberg (principal Monad Studio, professor at Florida International University), Jose Gonzalez (principal Softlab, professor at Pratt Institute), John Hill (editor Archidose), Mitchell Joachim (principal Terreform One, professor at New York University), Andrew Liang (principal Studio 0.10., professor at University of Southern California), Javier Quintana (principal Taller Basico de Arquitectura, Dean of IE School of Architecture), Rezza Rahdian (Architect, Second Place 2009 Skyscraper Competition), Michel Rojkind (principal Rojkind Arquitectos), and Michael Szivos (principal Softlab, professor at Pratt Institute). The Jury selected 3 winners and 32 honorable mentions. Magazine received 715 projects from all five continents and 95 different countries.

eVolo Magazine would like to acknowledge all the competitors for their effort, vision, and passion for architectural innovation and the members of the Jury for their knowledge, time, and enthusiasm during the long review process.

eVolo Magazine is also pleased to announce the publication of a Limited Edition book (only 500 copies) that celebrates the sixth anniversary of the prestigious international Skyscraper Competition. With more than 3,000 projects received, we are showcasing the best 300 proposals from the past six years, including 2011, in a large-format hardcover book. Our goal is to edit a true gem of contemporary architecture printed in over one-thousand full-color pages. Click here to order the book.