Five finalists were selected by this years panel of renowned judges. The finalists of the competition will design pavilions to be presented during the 2018 edition of CHART ART FAIR. Finalists include:
– Cloud 9.0 (Sean Lyon);
– FRAME (Malte Harrif, Vitus Karsten Bjerre and Katrine Hoff);
– OPEN RESOURCE (Dennis Andersson, Mikkel Møller Roesdahl and Xan Browne);
– The Many Chairs Pavilion (Sofia Luna Steenholdt, Joachim Makholm Michelsen, Emil Bruun Meyer and Casper Phillip Ebbesen);
– Tight Knit (Jan Sienkiewicz and Uta Sienkiewicz)
This year the CHART Architecture competition is judged by Bjarke Ingels, architect and founder of BIG Bjarke Ingels Group; Beatrice Galilee, Curator of Architecture and Design at The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art; Ben Clement and Sebastian De La Cour (benandsebastian), Artist-duo; Simon Frommenwiler, architect and co-founder of HHF Architects; Susanne Ottesen, Owner of Galleri Susanne Ottesen and Co-Founder of CHART; Thomas Lommeé, Founder and Partner of OpenStructure and Infrastructure.
Five finalists were selected by this years judges and were chosen to design pavilions to house gastronomy partners and SPACE10 during CHART ART FAIR. The winner will be announced on September 1, 2018. The 2018 concept is OPEN-SOURCE and challenges participants to unfold the potential of open-source content through modular design and cross collaborations, creating a platform for aesthetic experimentation and reusable design.
In this collaboration CHART wants to underline the significant relationship existing between art and architecture, suggesting participants to design pavilions closely with artists as an integrated part of their team. Collaborations can be presented as initial ideas and then integrated in the further development of the pavilion. The winners of this year’s competition will be offered a mentorship program with the aim to stimulate and support young architects’ careers. This competition will promote networking as well as promoting cross-sector collaboration amongst professionals. Source by CHART Architecture competition, images Courtesy of A R T.
Article by Marco Rinaldi