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          A Fresh Look at 20th Century Architectural Heritage
          International Union of Architects
        • Category
        • Student , International
        • Type
        • Open
        • Registration Deadline
        • 03/26/2010
        • Submission Deadline
        • 04/26/2010
        • Open To
        • Students of architecture in countries where UIA and/or Docomomo have a member section
        • Entry Fee
        • EURO 20
        • Awards
        • EURO 8,000 Total
        • Jury
        • Not yet announced
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        • Web Site
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        • Description
        • The International Union of Architects announces the launch of an international competition that will invite architecture students from around the world to create imagemodels of examples of significant architectural creativity realised during the 20th century.

          This competition is an opportunity for the architects of tomorrow to enrich the web index www.archi.fr/UIA with their own expression of an architectural realisation from the last century, using today's design tools.

          The image models to be designed for this competition need to be based on digital photographs created using Autodesk ImageModeler and Autodesk Stitcher Unlimited software. This software will be made available by Autodesk to the competitors for use free of charge for the duration of the competition. All phases of the competition will be conducted on-line.

          Students are free to choose the structure they wish to represent, from a major landmark to an unknown building, with the condition that it was built between 1901 and 2000.

          Entries can be architectural descriptions based on panoramic images and/or 3D models of the structure in its current state. Students may also work in groups, on different elements or structures in an architectural or urban complex.

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