評選結果
 
The projects of the winners
 
First Prize


Tenderer: Manuel Alvarez Monteserin Lahoz Nationality: Spain
Joint Tenderer: Javier Simo de Pedro Nationality: Spain
        Andres Infantes Corrales Nationality: Spain
        Antonio Jesus Corona Bosch Nationality: Spain
        HOY Architects & Associates/ Mark Ongg Nationality: R.O.C

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Team Profile


MADE IN architects

Principal core:
- Manuel Alvarez-Monteserin, of manu-facturas and leon11 (www.manufacturas.com, www.leon11.com)
- Beatriz Pachon (www.lapice.eu)
- Antonio Alejandro (www.superglueinc.blogspot.com)
- Javier Simo (www.javiersimo.com)
- Lain Satrustegui , of Zira02 (www.zira02.com)
- Antonio Corona y Arsenio P. Amaral, de Corona y P. Amaral arquitectos (www.coronaypamaral.com)
- Guiomar Contreras, of 6+1 (www.6mas1.es)
- Sara Perez
- Andres Infantes, of gyra arquitectos (www.gyrarquitectos.com)
- Jorge Lopez, of Leon11

Second phases incorporations:
- Maria Mallo, of Leon11
- Teresa Santas
- Ignacio Alvarez-Monteserin, of Leon11
- Jaime Lopez, of Leon11
- Angel J. Abruna
- Javier Gutierrez, of Leon11
- Beatriz Crespo, of Leon11
- Laura Martin, of Leon11
- Alicia Domingo Medrano, of Leon11
- Ismael Garcia Abad, of Leon11
- Luis Marcos Nieto, of Leon11
- Pablo Salvador, of Leon11
- Javier Aguirre, of Estudio Apodaca (www.apodacaestudio.com)

HOY Architectects & Associates/Mark Ongg

Experience:
The Most Distinguished Architect, R.O.C.(2008)
HOY Architects & Associates, Senior Partner
Taipei Architects Association, Director
Tsu Yu Construction Consultant Company, President
OSAA Architect Firm, Principal
Lester B. Knight Architect Firm, Chicago, Chief Architect
SOBEL Architect Firm, Architect

Awards:
Awards - The Most Distinguished Architect, R.O.C. (2008/Mark Ongg)
Commercial - 2003 Kaohsiung Tsoying Commercial Building Candidate of Green Building Logo
Office - 2000 Taipei Fu An Building 2008 Prix De Excellence
2005 The Best Design of Green Building (by Chinese Architecture & Building Center)
Office - 2000 Taipei Fu Bon Office Building The Great Construction Award of Green Building(2007, by Ministry of The Interior)
Transportation - 1999 Central Taiwan THSRC Taighung Station The Best Design of the 11th Golden Stone Award
Residential - 1996 Taipei Fubon Manor The Great Contruction Award of Green Building(2003, by Chinese Architecture & Building Center)
Industry - 1996 Northern Taiwan Electronic Manufactory of Inventec Corporation, Lin-Kou Industrial Park-Phase II District The Annual Best Design Award of the Nation 1998
Office - 1992 Northern Taiwan Office Building of Yang-Ming Marine Transport Company The Annual Best Design Award of Energy Saving
Education - 1988 Northern Taiwan General Library, National Central University
Residential - 1987 Taipei Ching An Landscape City Apartment Building The Annual Best Design Award of Energy Saving 1992
Office - 1987 Kaohsiung Asian pacific Financial Square-42 Storey Highrise Office Building The Annual Best Design Award of Energy Saving 1944
Commercial - 1986 Northern Taiwan TaiMall Nankan Family Entertainment Shopping Center 24th International Design and Development Awards By International Council of Shopping Center

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Design Concepts


This project proposes a responsible urbanism based on the heterogeneity of the program, on the urban porosity and on the adaptability to the different situations and events. We didn't want an intervention only useful for concerts and festivals, but a fabric that becomes part of the everyday life of the city offering daily spaces to the habitants of Kaohsiung.

The project develops along a bay in an extension of more than 11 hectares, meeting different situations of contour, which generates three different zones in our project:

Zone 1: in this zone is articulated the Outdoor Performance Area (for 12 000 persons) the Large Performance Hall (5000) and the Pop Music Exhibit Area as a continuous gesture that is finished off by two towers, one 113 meters high and the other one 83 meters high.

Zone 2: in this area we add a Night Market to the original program of the organization, a distinctive element of the Taiwanese culture, where people can gather, enjoy the atmosphere, eat, buy or just observe. This way the activity in the bay is guaranteed every day of the year. The Marine Culture exhibit area crosses this zone with a 6 meters high walkway, and is conceived as a "promenade" between the different pavilions and with the sea always present in the horizon.

Zone 3: this zone of longitudinal character connect to two important poles of attraction, the new station of ferries in the southern part, and the new night market in the northern part. In this area, we create different streets: a gallery covered with cultural activity, from which you access to 8 Small Performance Halls (200-400 persons), a maritime walk at +8m high level with different gardens of water, and 10 meters wide path with cycle lane.

The symbolic nature of this project is not the fact that the towers could look like waves, or that the intervention can remind a seascape, but that the project gets this character from the use that the people of Kaohsiung do of it, and for how the projects gradually is incorporated into the city as a place full of life and of possibilities of use and enjoyment.

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