of the 12th IAHH international student design
competition are as follows:
First Prize : Entry no 1234567 The University of Kitakyushu, Japan
Second Prize: Entry no: 1127005 CEPT University, India
Third Prize: Entry no 8889903 CEPT University, India
Entry No, 1576865 CEPT University India
No. 3528123 KRVIA, India,
Entry no. 3055421 University of Kitakyushu, Japan.
The results were announced at the concluding session of ICHH 2014.
The jury consisted of Prof Ashish Ganju India, Ar. Martina Spies, Austria and Ar Suresh Patel, U. K.
Heartiest congratulations to you all the participants and winners!
Please visit exhibition at RCA Bandra West, Mumbai, India open until 8 Feb 2014.
Prof. Akhtar Chauhan
Convener ICHH & ISDC 2014
International Association for Humane Habitat (IAHH)
12TH IAHH International Student
Theme: Affordable Housing for the Urban Poor and Evolving Sustainable Communities
The 12th IAHH International Student Design Competition (ISDC) shall
focus on the theme of redevelopment of an urban community of the poor in an existing city with an aim to transform the area into a vibrant humane and sustainable community through innovative planning, design and construction which addresses the key issue of evolving sustainable humane habitats.
Full details and the competition brief on the 12th ISDC 2014 page.
We are happy to announce the 16TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HUMANE HABITAT (ICHH) 2014 slated for Jan 29-31, 2014
The theme of this year’s conference is:
People’s Participation in Evolving Humane Habitats
In so many a ways, the development of human settlements is an epic story of on going mission of people’s participation. Without active involvement and participation of groups, neighbours and communities, it was not possible to master the adverse conditions and transform them into constructive possibility of making of a safe and secure habitation. As the collective efforts to shape a livable and sustainable human settlements succeeded in developing the settlement to a higher order, from tribal hamlets to a village and a market town, to a provincial city, the need for managing the settlement required a more sophisticated and organized governance.
Continue reading the entire details on the 16th ICHH 2014 page
REPORT OF THE JURY
THE 11TH IAHH International Student Design Competition.
The jury consisting of Prof. Bart Dewancker, Japan; Ar. Biju Kuriakose, Chennai, India and Ar. Martina Spies, Vienna, Austria met on January 30-31, 2013. Dr. Peter Schreibmayer, Austria and Dr. Parveen Ghaemmaghami, Iran were unable to attend the jury. There were only 9 entries this year.
The evaluation of the projects made by the jury was based on a mixture of several criteria; first of all we’ve looked at the
understanding of the issues and site. Planning strategies, considerations of the local communities, and the way those aspects and strategies had been translated in the overall urban and architectural design expressed in the proposals. Among the 9 proposals, we’ve selected 2 projects worth the 1st and 2nd prize, because we could find coherence between the handled issues in relation to the selected site, above that the proposals were based on sharp and keen analyses. Also we’ve selected 2 projects worth anhonorable mention; those both proposals had made good studies of the issues or analyses of the site, however in the design proposals a profounder relation between the analyses and the designs would have made the projects more convincing.
The Jury unanimously agreed to give only the first and second prize and they identified two entries for honourable mentions. The details are as follows:
Team1500708 : First Prize
Pratik Nimbarte, Jai Bhadgaonkar and Ketaki Tare
CEPT University, Ahmedabad, India.
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