The Luxury Estate Grand Prix takes place once a year in cities around the world. It is a two stage Ideas and design-built Competition with the aim of identifying innovative proposals for new free standing Residential houses for immediate development this year in Montreal Canada .The competition is both a race that pushes the boundaries of the concept of house design and an opportunity of exposure.
The competition is open to anyone worldwide including designers, architects, landscape architects, artists, engineers, and students and all professionals in areas related to architecture.
We invite you to create innovative solutions to tackle the challenges presented, with the winning designs demonstrating a high degree of expression and creativity in fulfilling new ideas for housing, addressing innovation, sustainability, efficiency, and aesthetic. The entire concept of the competition revolves around the selection among cutting edge, futuristic residential home designs that reflect and are adapted to modern days, those that includes elements of comfort, energy balance, aesthetic, practicability, and efficiency, all geared towards a futuristic concept of residential home building.
Luxury Estate Grand Prix Brief PDF file .. Luxury Estate Grand Prix Brief
The competition comprises of a two stage selection process from which a jury will select a shortlist of up to 50 winners selected to move to the second round.
From the shortlist clients will evaluate and choose on the architect or team design that applies to them, select their choice and directly proceed with 1Habitat1 Inc. and its Exhibitors to create an original construction document for build. Each of the chosen Architect or team will receive $10,000 for their final design done in conjunction with each client. The final build is voted on by the public in open house, the top 3 winner will receive an additional grand total of $30,000 plus competition awards trophies.
10 lots of 6,000 -10,000 square feet, in the Bois Franc, Montreal. Bombardier has made available a lot covering more than 20 million square feet, land left vacant following the closure of the Cartierville airport
The basic concept is to offer residents an exceptional quality of life thanks to its green spaces, 20,000 trees already planted, its numerous lakes and open squares, and its proximity to downtown Montréal.
In front of the Bassin de la Brunante there are short streets their names drawing their inspiration from aerospace, exploration, nature and geography: Charles-Darwin street, Nelligan square, Place de l’Himalaya, etc. all surrounding the magnificent Challenger golf course..
Themes & Objectives
The competition aims to stimulate and reward innovative thinking about how a home can be designed. The project’s key themes include but are not limited to conceptual approaches to designing a home that defines ‘beauty’, through concepts, design quality and accessibility. It is an incentive for thinking out of the box.
The competition seeks new concepts and ideas. Concepts that provide unique solutions to a pertinent question; how to build a residential home that is modern, practical, environmentally friendly and futuristic?
Entrants are advised to have regard to the town planning context that applies to the site but, at this stage, not to unduly constrain their thinking or imagination. Should an entrant be successful and the project progresses, then the evolution of the design and the scheme will occur at this point. It will be at this later stage that planning policy will be considered in detail and the planning system engaged with. It is the concept, imagination shown, and delight that is brought by the design competition submission that are the principle considerations at this first stage.
All submissions shall be anonymous for judging. NO markings, logos, company or individual names, or any other identification whatsoever will be allowed in the submissions. Any entry displaying any identification will be disqualified .
All personal information will be kept separate and confidential from the judging panel. Entries will be compiled digitally by an external third party to facilitate the judging. Only after all judging is completed will the identification of the entries be made available.
Registration deadline is 17.00 east coast, 18 June 2016.
The registration fee for all submissions is $50.00 CDN per submission. Entrants may submit more than one entry.
How to Enter
- Step One : Register via Paypal (see below)
- Step Two : Record your Paypal Unique Transaction ID (a 17 character string ; do not include the # sign)
- Step Three : Entry Identification Form (Click Here)
- Step Four : Submit (Details Here)
- submission shall be received digitally as PDF (for panels); physical panels will not be accepted ;
- submissions must contain a maximum of two panels A1 size maximum, including section, elevation, and plans.
- the panels must be orientated horizontally (landscape) only;
- a 250 word (maximum) written description of the project highlighting the key points
- please place all files in one folder and label the folder with your
Transaction ID only, similarly marked in the upper right corner of the boards.
- zip your folder, send your submission via services such as we transfer to email@example.com
- all entries must be submitted anonymously
Schedule and Results
Competition launch 9 May 2016.
Competition Registration Opening 12 May 2016.
Submission Deadline 18 June 2016.
Jury Deliberations /Selections Announced 24 June 2016.
Announcement of Graft Picks 26 July 2016 (Click to view)
Final Construction Documents 30 August 2016
Ground Breaking 30 September 2016
Publications and Exhibitions 4 June 2017
Announcement of winners. 20 June 2017
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Registered participants in the competition may address their questions to the
Competition to: firstname.lastname@example.org
All questions should be written in English, the official language of the competition, and will be answered privately by email and/or publicly in the FAQ section of the website.
It is highly recommendable to regularly consult this section of the website. It may provide additional information, updated information or clarification to the present Competition Brief.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The organizing committee of the competition reserves the right to reject a proposal if it does not comply with the Submission Requirements.
The intellectual property rights shall remain the property of the entrant, any disputes that might arise are of their sole responsibility.
By submitting an entry, the individual or team associated with the work authorizes the competition organizer to use the work in future promotional activities, with due credits to the authorship.
For this competition all people or businesses who have been involved in its organization are not eligible.
The payment of the monetary prizes will be made up to 30 days after Public Announcement. The Competition is governed by the present program; all issues that are not clearly stated will be taken up to the Jury Committee that will be empowered to decide.
The Competition Organizers reserve the right to cancel the competition in the cases when fewer than 5 projects Clients have been submitted or all submitted projects fail to comply with the announced terms an conditions.
Upon cancellation of the competition all participants shall be notified within 7 days from the decision to cancel and properly refunded of their subscription fees.
We have in place very rigorous security measures. Information provided to us cannot be lost, misused or tempered with in any manner. We use secure socket layer (SSL) encryption technology when recording personal information.
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Limitation of liabilities
1Habitat1 does not make any warranties either expressed or implied neither any representation nor endorsement whatsoever regarding this website or services offers through this site. 1Habitat1 disclaims expressly any type of warranties (statutory of otherwise) that includes but is not limited to warranties of merchant ability, particular purpose, fitness, title and non-infringement.
The same 1Habitat1 does not claim that information on this website is error free, or virus free. Any service offered on this website is provided on and according to rules and guideline of the competition and “as is” available.
Under no circumstances 1Habitat1 or any person having connection with 1Habitat 1 in a professional manner (third parties, employees, directors, etc.) be liable for damages that includes but is not limited to consequential, indirect damages, loss or revenue, stress, or any other damages that may result for choosing to register on this website and participate in a competition.
This Grand Prix is both a challenge and an opportunity that many enthusiastic, innovative, and goal oriented architects and trade professional would not want to miss. Because it will be a consumer driven competition, It offers the opportunity of self evaluation and acts as a catalyst for stretching the limits of one’s capability.
Luxury Estate Grand Prix is unique in organizing high profile design-built competitions of this kind.
The aim of the competition is to bring forth new concepts that add to the evolution of homes and talents that can be spotted by Exhibitors, land developers and others for future project endeavors.
Luxury Estate Grand Prix as mentioned is a competition of excellence therefore by the simple fact of taking part at the competition, participants are encouraged to provide ingenuous designs that through excellence have high values.
It must be reminded that the competition itself will translate into a building project, although there are prizes awarded, participant should not consider their participation as conducive right to the project building. Luxury Estate Grand Prix provide exposure for such a possibility.
Being able to take part in a competition such as that being organized by Luxury Estate Grand Prix is both a challenge and an opportunity that many enthusiastic, innovative, and goal oriented architects like myself would not want to miss.
Because it will be a consumer driven competition, it offers the opportunity of self-evaluation and acts as a catalyst for stretching the limits of one’s capability.
Exposure many who participate in such a competition have the opportunity of having their work presented to the general public, something that can provide benefits either during the competition or even long after the competition has ended.
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