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  • 1. tio ns nm ing design is usually chosen by a panel of non-competing architects and go ork City is a prime example of a highly publicized competition where only th the project will be completed. This is due to any number of local issues tha ed to generate interesting ideas for the building design, to generate publicit struction site. The owner of the site must also be able to obtain financing fo design competition is a special type of competition in which an organizati build a new (often public) building asks for architects to enter differing desi right to veto the winning design. The original 2002 World Trade Center Mast za i g e r n designers the opportunity of gaining exposure. Attaining the first prize in        ni e s o v ga d g or r i n g a nd f an e ity i f f ts ic ch d e c bl i n hi r i t pu e w n t e ch te r i z in e a r r a t p es n to g n e i r s ssu c io s in sign by Daniel Libeskind will appear in the finished project. t i t ct e t ge e f l i a n p e ite p to th ca in m ch o m n , g lo f n co ar n-c i g nin o f a i n C e of o r o . e s tai e r b t e e s f f n l d g d At b o o r a d w yp k l o he in . um t T ition l t as e o ld re n le d ves. Student design competitions are also held. ia g an ls ui su ny ab orl pet ct. e c n p e a b po a e W di sp il y a ar he ex to b 02 om oje a bu b s r t g e lso 20 d c pr is c) n on fo in du t a al ize ed n bli se i t i s i n i s u s r i g i n lic i s h io u ho et ea ga is tit n p y c mp id of Th te m o pub fin pe fte ll o ing ty . si he y e m (o sua n c st uni ted e . T ghl n th co w u ig re rt le f th gn hi r i ne is es te po p o si a a a gn t d in op om er de of pe s i e n ate e e c w n g le ap d e d r h b o in p l l t u n e r s t i l l e inn m w i . S ge e t w T h w x a nd e s t o s i g n j e c i t e . the e e s k i e d d e r o s to r i m b e u s n e p t i o n ve a p l L i ow h t t uc to is anie k n a tr t th s gh City D e on ri y te d c the rk n b se s Y o sig po h a w e n Ne g d
  • 2. Architectural design competition From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia An architectural design competition is a special type of competition in which an organization or government body that plans to build a new (often public) building asks for architects to enter differing designs for the building. The winning design is usually chosen by a panel of non-competing architects and government and local representatives. Student design competitions are also held. This method is used to generate interesting ideas for the building design, to generate publicity for the project and allow unknown designers the opportunity of gaining exposure. Attaining the first prize in a competition is no guarantee that the project will be completed. This is due to any number of local issues that can develop at the proposed construction site. The owner of the site must also be able to obtain financing for construction and often has the right to veto the winning design. The original 2002 World Trade Center Master Design Contest in New York City is a prime example of a highly publicized competition where only the basic elements of the winning design by Daniel Libeskind will appear in the finished project.