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          Borderless: Designing Future ASEAN Borders
          Association of Siamese Architects
        • Category
        • International
        • Type
        • Open
        • Registration Deadline
        • 03/30/2013
        • Submission Deadline
        • 03/30/2013
        • Open To
        • All
        • Entry Fee
        • None
        • Awards
        • First prize: 3,000 USD; Second prize: 1,500 USD; Third prize: 800 USD; 3 Honorable Mentions.
        • Jury
        • <p class="MsoNormal">Vo Trong Nghia, Takashi Niwa, Masaaki Iwamoto, Takaharu Tezuka, Boonserm Premthada, Ary Indra, Rafael David, Johansen Yap, Luke Yeung, Jariyawadee Lekawatana</p>
        • Contact
        • Questions@Borderlesscompetition.com
        • Address
        • c/o Association of Siamese Architects Under Royal Patronage 248/1 Soi Soonvijai 4 (soi 17), Rama IX Road, Bangkapi, Huay Kwang, Bangkok 10310 THAILAND
        • Email
        • Competition E-Mail
        • Web Site
        • Competition Web Site
        • Phone
        • 02319-6555
        • Fax
        • 02319-6555
        • Description
        • “In order to achieve "borderless",we must understand the space of the borders themselves.” - Luke Yeung The Borderless Competition is seeking solutions that can demonstrate how architecture can re-define the future of ASEAN borders. By focusing on local border sites, specific cultural, social and ecological issues can be addressed while engaging in larger spatial and institutional scales. For many people inhabiting these areas, the border remains a place of division and uncertainty. Outdated infrastructure affects their sense of security and livelihood. Socio-economic and cultural differences lead to misunderstandings and inequalities. In some areas, borders have become spaces of conflict and dispute. While there has been much discussion about achieving a "borderless" condition through economic and legislative initiatives, currently, the actual border spaces themselves have been neglected and are lagging behind these developments.

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