01/03/10 – Official launch of competition
15/03/10 – Question and answer period opens. All questions to be posted to Discussion page
22/05/10 – Registration Closes [*updated]
07/06/10 – Deadline of submission [*updated]
18/06/10 – Finalists announced [*updated]
05/08/10 – Winners announced
Posted on 14 May 2010 by mAAN
Can you reclaim the city for the people who live in it?
We believe you can, and you must.
We kick off mAAN*Y Singapore 2010 with the launch of international ideas competition focusing on implementable community engagement.
The focus of this competition is real impact. We are looking for ideas that are practical enough to be developed into a real project that can be executed over the next year. We hope to encourage and empower architectural professionals and students all around the world and especially in Asia to make a difference in their communities. The key to creating these new visions for the cities is to think out of the box by working collaboratively with people from other disciplines and to intentionally engage the community in the process.
The competition runs from 8th March 2010 to 31 May 2010 and is open to participants, from any country or territory. To be judged by internationally recognized theoreticians and practitioners from across the world familiar with community-based built projects such as Sou Fujimoto, George Kunihiro and Edward Ng, the competition hopes to create new conversations that will contribute meaningfully to the dialogue about the Asian City and its future.
3 awards of USD$2000 each will be given to the following:
The Collaboration Award
The Implementability Award
The Conceptual Award
Read all about the competition at
NEWS: Due to overwhelming responses and technical issues in registration, the competitions committee has decided to extend the registration deadline to 22 May and the submission deadline to 7 Jun. The announcement of the finalist will be on 18 Jun.
I had no idea how to approach this befeoo-nrw I’m locked and loaded.