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Professional Practice VI<br />Architectural Competitions<br />SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, NEW DELHI<br />February...
Beneficiary<br /><ul><li>Society
Promoter
Architectural Profession
Architect</li></li></ul><li>Society<br /><ul><li>Generation of new idea
Development of new thinking</li></li></ul><li>Promoter<br /><ul><li>Assessment / feasibility of programme
Assessment of site potential
Alternative  concepts
Best design chosen by Architects
Selection of an Architect on merit</li></li></ul><li>Profession<br /><ul><li>Initiation of new concepts/ trends
Promotion of good architecture
New bench marks of standard of service
Identification of new talent</li></li></ul><li>Architect<br /><ul><li>Opportunity to
 Demonstrate talent
Research
Methodically undertake design exercise
Team up with other architects
Work with subject specialists
Winning a competition creates an image in society
Winning a competition opens up career opportunities</li></li></ul><li>Competition When<br /><ul><li>Project of importance
National
Regional/State
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  1. 1. Professional Practice VI<br />Architectural Competitions<br />SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, NEW DELHI<br />February 2010<br />
  2. 2. Beneficiary<br /><ul><li>Society
  3. 3. Promoter
  4. 4. Architectural Profession
  5. 5. Architect</li></li></ul><li>Society<br /><ul><li>Generation of new idea
  6. 6. Development of new thinking</li></li></ul><li>Promoter<br /><ul><li>Assessment / feasibility of programme
  7. 7. Assessment of site potential
  8. 8. Alternative concepts
  9. 9. Best design chosen by Architects
  10. 10. Selection of an Architect on merit</li></li></ul><li>Profession<br /><ul><li>Initiation of new concepts/ trends
  11. 11. Promotion of good architecture
  12. 12. New bench marks of standard of service
  13. 13. Identification of new talent</li></li></ul><li>Architect<br /><ul><li>Opportunity to
  14. 14. Demonstrate talent
  15. 15. Research
  16. 16. Methodically undertake design exercise
  17. 17. Team up with other architects
  18. 18. Work with subject specialists
  19. 19. Winning a competition creates an image in society
  20. 20. Winning a competition opens up career opportunities</li></li></ul><li>Competition When<br /><ul><li>Project of importance
  21. 21. National
  22. 22. Regional/State
  23. 23. Societal</li></li></ul><li>Types of competitions<br /><ul><li>Participation
  24. 24. Open
  25. 25. Limited
  26. 26. Purpose
  27. 27. Idea
  28. 28. Selection of an Architect
  29. 29. Type
  30. 30. One stage
  31. 31. Two stage</li></li></ul><li>Open competition<br /><ul><li>Open to all architects, irrespective of
  32. 32. Age
  33. 33. Experience
  34. 34. Expertise
  35. 35. Establishment
  36. 36. Head quarters</li></li></ul><li>Limited competition<br /><ul><li>Open to limited number of Architects
  37. 37. Short listing based on
  38. 38. Experience
  39. 39. Expertise</li></li></ul><li>Key players<br /><ul><li>Promoter
  40. 40. Professional Advisor
  41. 41. Assessor
  42. 42. Architect (competitor)</li></li></ul><li>Promoter<br /><ul><li>Appoint Professional Advisor
  43. 43. Appoint Assessors & define their fee
  44. 44. Define schedule
  45. 45. Define prize money
  46. 46. Promise to appoint the author of the winning design as Architect of the project
  47. 47. Exhibition of the entries
  48. 48. Return of non winning entries</li></li></ul><li>Professional Advisor<br /><ul><li>Prepare design brief
  49. 49. Provide site information to the competitors
  50. 50. Conduct the competition as per schedule</li></li></ul><li>Assessors<br /><ul><li>Majority must be of Architects
  51. 51. Assessment of entries
  52. 52. Signing of award</li></li></ul><li>Architect <br /><ul><li>Study programme & site
  53. 53. Design and submit entry
  54. 54. Maintain anonymity
  55. 55. Not to be related/ associated with promoters or Assessors</li></li></ul><li>Successful examples<br /><ul><li>JNU
  56. 56. IGNOU
  57. 57. GGSIPU
  58. 58. IGNCA
  59. 59. NGMA
  60. 60. Airports</li></li></ul><li>Failed competitions<br /><ul><li>HQ of Ministry of External affairs
  61. 61. Suspended before award
  62. 62. Asthakunj
  63. 63. Winner not appointed after award
  64. 64. Rajasthan Assembly
  65. 65. Winner not appointed after award
  66. 66. IG Stadium
  67. 67. One architect wins but another appointed</li></li></ul><li>Unethical practices<br /><ul><li>HUDCO, Low cost Housing
  68. 68. Employees of an assessor win
  69. 69. HUDA city centre, Gurgaon
  70. 70. Employee of an assessor wins stage I
  71. 71. Architect assessors not in majority
  72. 72. Board of assessors included COA & IIA President
  73. 73. Complaints leads to disqualification of competitor
  74. 74. COA President resigns from Board of Assessors
  75. 75. 16 years but IIA yet to dispose of the complaint of Professional Misconduct</li></li></ul><li>Unethical Practices<br /><ul><li>Mazar of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed
  76. 76. Competition suspended before receiving entries
  77. 77. Assessor appointed Architect
  78. 78. Botanical Garden, Noida
  79. 79. Assessor and winner associated with</li></ul> each other<br />
  80. 80. Promoter moves forward<br /><ul><li>DDA Mega Housing
  81. 81. No entry found worthy of award
  82. 82. Promoter offers project to Architects whose designs were commended by the Board of Assessors</li></li></ul><li>Issues<br /><ul><li>Competitions are time consuming
  83. 83. Complaints of conflict of interest remain unresolved
  84. 84. Failed competitions lessens the confidence of Architects in competitions, but
  85. 85. Many landmark projects are outcome of competitions
  86. 86. Many architects have made their career through competitions</li></li></ul><li>Presentation available onwww.slideshare.net/prmehta<br />
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