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INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION

SENSORY MUSEUM DESIGN

RESULTS!

FOREWORD

Sensory Museum Design competition organized by artuminate in association with archiol, this competition received 112 entries from around the world.

Competition Jury:
• Andreea Felciuc
• Lawrence Daykin


Scroll down to check the winning entries.

TOP 3

COLOURS OF THE MIRRORED CITY

Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky

FIRST

“Consciousness arises when God is silent.”

Bingkun Liu 

SECOND

The Museum of Feelings

Irina Cherkasskih & Ekaterina Solovets 

THIRD

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FIRST PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

COLOURS OF THE MIRRORED CITY

©Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky (Romania)

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©Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky (Romania)

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©Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky (Romania)

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©Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky (Romania)

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

“A playful approach for bringing a sense of the urban and outdoor environment in a well curated interior series of spaces. Even if understood as a single insertion, a bespoke urban object, it is a joyful cluster of sensory experiences, well communicated and esthetically appealing.”
-Andreea Felciuc


“-Bold, bright and striking
- beautifully presented with super diagrams
- well developed but not over-thought - my favourite
- part museum, part experience, part adult playground.”
-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Andrei Dragos Ormangi, Alexandra Elena Burtea & Dana Beatrice Ponyiczky

 

SECOND PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

“Consciousness arises when God is silent.”

©Bingkun Liu (China)

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©Bingkun Liu (China)

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©Bingkun Liu (China)

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©Bingkun Liu (China)

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

“The fact that it is understood as an intervention, a singular object, which obstructs the natural space but does not delimit it from it, makes the concept of the proposal a unique approach to the idea of a museum. It is well explained, interesting and completely surprising.”
-Andreea Felciuc


“- Beautifully modeled geometry and diagrams, however its very literal -
- The maze is an overused trope unfortunately - but i like that you have chosen to perform this at a grand scale in a unique location!
- Nice geomerty for the walls, although it’s very reminiscent of a project by BIG architects?”
-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Bingkun Liu 

 

THIRD PRIZE WINNER

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PROJECT TITLE

The Museum of Feelings

©Irina Cherkasskih & Ekaterina Solovets (Russia)

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©Irina Cherkasskih & Ekaterina Solovets (Russia)

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©Irina Cherkasskih & Ekaterina Solovets (Russia)

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JURY COMMENTS

Jury Comments:

“The concept is seductive. The attention to creating a concept for the experience of each space is an asset. From an aesthetic point of view simplicity helps to outline ideas but is not very well communicated.”
-Andreea Felciuc


“- Simple and effective - my favourite
- I like the use of very bold architectural expressions to stimulate emotions
- Personally I am a huge fan of your descriptive style, poetic and almost fictional - build on this style - its effective.
- The design isn’t very developed, but that doesn’t matter - your message is clear.”
-Lawrence Daykin

AUTHORS DETAILS

Irina Cherkasskih & Ekaterina Solovets