выставка лучших проектов и публикации в архитектурных журналах
John Arther Ekebert, homelsess debator
Lars Epstein, journalist, Dagens nyheter
Fredrik Jurdell, CEO Stielsen Hotellhem i Stockholm
Karolina Keyzer, city architect, City of Stockholm
Per Kra, architect SAR/MSA, ASF-SE
Jonas Rydberg, socialchef, Stockholms stadsmission
Henrietta Palmer, architect SAR/MSA, professor Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm appointed by Swedish Association of Architects competition committee
Ulrike Schartner, architect MSA, mag. Arch (UAK), Gaupenraub
Tove Wallsten Dumon, Swedish Association of Architects, jury secretary
Бездомность является одной из острых социальных проблем Стокгольма. Цель данного конкурса – поиск архитектурных решений, которые могут быть использованы для улучшения положения бездомных людей в городе. Простор для деятельности участников ничем не ограничен. Свои идеи можно предложить в области строительных технологий, реорганизации существующих зданий и помещений, создания специальных жилых комплексов, а также в законодательной сфере.
Vinzirast-Mittendrin / Collective housing for students and ex homeless. Проект: Gaupenraub. Фото: Kurt Kuball
The purpose of the competition is to raise the discussion from merely debating the causes of the housing shortage to encouraging the development of methods, strategies and hands-on project ideas to improve the situation for people living in homelessness. The competition is open to all professional architects and designers as well as everyone else who has interesting thoughts and ideas on the subject. It offers a platform where competitors can take part in the debate on a very urgent issue and at the same time get their ideas reviewed by a competent jury and presented for actual stake holders and decision makers.
Since homelessness is a complex issue, solutions might be found in widely different fields and include actors from completely different sectors of society. We have therefore chosen not to limit the task, but put the question in an as open way as possible to leave room for unexpected answers and innovative solutions.
Proposals can for example deal with:
finding locations that can be turned into relevant sites for construction.
developing new ways of construction that open up sites that previously hasn't been possible for dwellings.
proposing hands-on building projects that integrate the homelessness situation in its organization and design.
finding existing buildings that can be retro-fitted into either emergency housing or more long term solutions.
developing prototypes of new housing forms that are more allowing than today's alternatives or in other ways can integrate formerly homeless people.
design solutions that make life on the street more livable.
concepts for alternative housing providing agencies.
proposals for changed legislations that facilitate category housing.
or something entirely different that addresses the problem formulation and could contribute to improve the homelessness situation in Stockholm.
Many solutions could render obvious synergy effects for the city which is an important quality – especially when it comes to generating a positive opinion and facilitate future development of the projects.