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WASA-WLS
​2023

World League Series

​Second round world voting
November 1st to December 1st, 2023 (delay)

The 100 works that passed the preliminary screening will be released, and the winners of the second screening will be determined based on the scores obtained from the global vote. The weight of a vote varies depending on the voter. You can view, vote, and comment on the works from the YouTube summary section or the competition page.

[Vote targets]

① Architects, teachers (professors, assistants, lecturers) ② Designers ③ Architecture students (graduate schools, universities, junior colleges, vocational schools) ④ General people other than architecture

[Voting period]

​November 1st - December 1st, 2023

Second screening results announcement

 December 1, 2023 

13 champions will be selected

The second round of judging will be broadcast on YouTube, and the works will be translated into four languages and archived while being broadcast around the world, and votes and opinions will be collected from all over the world. In addition to the first round of AI judging, a second round of judging will involve global voting and question-and-answer sessions by architects, professors, and architecture students from around the world to determine 14 champions.

1st place in world voting
World Championship Gold Medal・・・1 work​

2nd place in world voting
World Championship Silver Medal・・・1 work​

3rd place in world vote
World Championship Bronze Medal・・・1 work​

​First place in each league
World Championship Medal・・・10 works

​~ Prize money-$1,700 ~

A prize of $1,700 (approximately 240,000 yen) will be awarded from the WASA World Architecture Student Award. From 2023.The currency will be the US dollar, and remittances will be made to each country according to the exchange rate as of the transfer date, December 1, 2023. Please note that you will need to submit documents such as a passport and complete the necessary procedures.

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World Championship
Gold Medal

$1000 America
(¥139,790) Japan
​(Ran 7,113) China
(Euro 962) Europe

World Championship
Silver Medal

$500 America
(¥69,900) Japan
​(3,557 Yuan) China
(Euro 482) Europe

World Championship
Bronze Medal

$200 America
(¥27,958) Japan
(yuan 1,422) China
(Euro 193) Europe

​~ Certificates - 13 pieces ~

A certificate will be awarded to the designer who won the award in the second round of judging.
Each item will be individually packaged and delivered via international mail to various regions around the world.



You were recognized as an excellent designer with the most nominations from architects, professors and students around the world in the world championship of the WASA World Architecture Student Awards.
Therefore, I admire and award this here.  

■Shipments: Award certificate, tournament pamphlet, business card, invoice
■Format: International mail - sea mail or air mail
■Period: Must arrive in mid-January
*Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, acceptance of orders may be suspended or delivery may be delayed depending on the destination country/region and shipping method.

​All-League
Winning work

All League...This is a league in which contestants compete on the level of completion of their design proposals, including their content, expression techniques, thinking ability, creativity, and other special qualities.
(1st place- Genius architect Medal) (2nd place- Master architect Medal) (3rd place~ Best Selection Award)
※There was one work whose right to advance to the second round of judging was invalidated.

WASA

1st place(Genius architect Medal)​ 

Title:iPlexus

■ Site:Behind Parasvnath Exotica

​■ Software:Rhinocerous, Grasshopper, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Premier Pro

■ Designer: Aadya Garg

■ University: 河南大学

■ Country : India

iiPlexus emerges in response to the formidable challenges posed by the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and the pressing environmental issues we face today. At a time when the delicate balance of our ecosystem is increasingly at risk, iPlexus envisions a harmonious coexistence of urban development and nature. This innovative project seeks to transcend the boundaries of traditional urban planning by introducing a vertical networked city that not only sustains itself but also fosters an ecological environment. iPlexus is set to be a beacon of innovation, resilience, and environmental synergy in the age of artificial intelligence. One of Plexus' main goals is to reinvigorate the delicate green, gray, and blue balance of its surroundings. This transformative initiative involves the redevelopment of dry bodies of water, breathing new life into previously blighted landscapes. Through careful planning and design, iPlexus aims to reintroduce natural water flows, revitalize the ecosystem, and ensure its long-term sustainability. Spread across the urban area of Golf Course Road, iPlexus introduces an urban forest, a lush oasis in the midst of a densely populated urban landscape. This lush preserve serves as a testament to our commitment to preserving and enhancing nature's bounty within the urban fabric. Urban forests not only provide a peaceful retreat for residents, but also contribute to the ecological health of the entire area. iPlexus is more than just a traditional city, it's a visionary AI-driven hybrid typology. In the heart of Gurugram, we are pioneering a new way of urban living that seamlessly integrates cutting-edge technology and agricultural roots. The convergence of AI-powered elements will improve urban efficiency, security, and overall quality of life while paying homage to agricultural heritage. iPlexus is more than just a physical structure. It's a hybrid of accessibility. Its flexible programs are intricately interconnected and foster a sense of community and collaboration. iPlexus enables residents to engage with each other, their environment, and emerging technologies through an intelligently designed network of spaces and circulation. Adapt to evolving social, technological and ecological urban conditions and foster an environment of continuous innovation and adaptability.iiPlexus emerges in response to the formidable challenges posed by the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and the pressing environmental issues we face today. At a time when the delicate balance of our ecosystem is increasingly at risk, iPlexus envisions a harmonious coexistence of urban development and nature. This innovative project seeks to transcend the boundaries of traditional urban planning by introducing a vertical networked city that not only sustains itself but also fosters an ecological environment. iPlexus is set to be a beacon of innovation, resilience, and environmental synergy in the age of artificial intelligence. One of Plexus' main goals is to reinvigorate the delicate green, gray, and blue balance of its surroundings. This transformative initiative involves the redevelopment of dry bodies of water, breathing new life into previously blighted landscapes. Through careful planning and design, iPlexus aims to reintroduce natural water flows, revitalize the ecosystem, and ensure its long-term sustainability. Spread across the urban area of Golf Course Road, iPlexus introduces an urban forest, a lush oasis in the midst of a densely populated urban landscape. This lush preserve serves as a testament to our commitment to preserving and enhancing nature's bounty within the urban fabric. Urban forests not only provide a peaceful retreat for residents, but also contribute to the ecological health of the entire area. iPlexus is more than just a traditional city, it's a visionary AI-driven hybrid typology. In the heart of Gurugram, we are pioneering a new way of urban living that seamlessly integrates cutting-edge technology and agricultural roots. The convergence of AI-powered elements will improve urban efficiency, security, and overall quality of life while paying homage to agricultural heritage. iPlexus is more than just a physical structure. It's a hybrid of accessibility. Its flexible programs are intricately interconnected and foster a sense of community and collaboration. iPlexus enables residents to engage with each other, their environment, and emerging technologies through an intelligently designed network of spaces and circulation. Adapt to evolving social, technological and ecological urban conditions and foster an environment of continuous innovation and adaptability.

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2nd place(Master architect Medal)​ 

Title:AED城市修补盒

■ Site:上海市松江区泗泾地铁站

​■ Software:skechup D5 photoshop

■ Designer: 俞毅扬

■ University: 上海师范大学

■ Country : China

■ Co-Architect: 上海师范大学 2023 季一凡

Currently, Japan's cities generally lack convenient space both quantitatively and qualitatively, but with this design, it is possible to create a space that is temporarily idle due to bidding or investment, or an idle space such as gray space in the city. We are taking land use into account and alleviating the problem. There is a certain lack of convenient space. Modular design methods are used to give temporality, changeability and universality to the design, and at the same time combine with the sharing economy model to realize service upgrades in convenient spaces and optimization of space resource allocation. Masu. This design involved detailed research into the needs of different people to formulate functional modules. The functional modules are mainly categorized into business, social, sports, entertainment, pet, work, and ecological functional module categories. By designing functions and uses that match people's needs, we improve the quality of highly convenient service spaces. With the help of information technology such as APP, venue managers can install functional modules on demand and implement the real operation of the sharing economy. In terms of design, the common product and the functional module or space formed by combining the functional modules are themselves common products. Combining the above aspects enables timely AED first aid in inconvenient urban spaces.
In this design, Shijing subway station was selected as a research pilot, but although this area is undergoing rapid development and the number of residents is rapidly increasing, there is a serious lack of public space, and excessive concentration of convenient service areas. , has problems such as confusion. management. This design combines the use of idle land with the above design methods and contents to improve the quality of life of local residents and explore new ideas for convenient spatial design.

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3rd place(Master architect Medal)​ 

Title:Metanaeum

■ Site:A land parcel in the Voltaire Art District of Decentraland in the Metaverse

​■ Software:Rhinocerous, Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Sketchup, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Figma, Adobe Premiere Pro, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Excel

■ Designer: Aadya Garg

■ University: Sushant School of Art and Architecture, Sushant University

■ Country : India

Google Earth

Metanaeum is a visionary digital platform in the Metaverse that has the potential to revolutionize the way architects design and visualize projects. The platform frees architects from the constraints of traditional design methods and empowers them to explore unprecedented creative horizons. The Metaanaeum provides a space for architects to socialize and foster innovation and progress in the field of architecture. The platform will allow architects to collaborate and share designs with other professionals in the industry, leading to better and more innovative designs. By testing designs in a virtual environment, architects can reduce risks associated with construction, such as errors and the need for changes during the construction process.

One of the main benefits of the Metaanaeum is that it simulates a realistic environment and allows architects to experience their designs in a more immersive way. This aspect of the platform enhances the design process and enables architects to make better-informed decisions. Additionally, Metaanaeum prioritizes energy efficiency and sustainability, reducing the building industry's carbon footprint. The platform also allows architects to collaborate and share their designs with others, fostering social interaction and creating a sense of community within the profession. Metaanaeum supports the principles of diversity, inclusion, and equity and fosters a more just and just architectural profession. Metaanaeum not only provides a better way to design and visualize structures, but also brings positive changes to the architecture industry.

In conclusion, Metanaeum is more than just a virtual reality platform for architects. It represents a transition to a future where creativity can thrive without the constraints of the physical world. With limitless and efficient resources and tools at their disposal, architects are able to explore and create designs that were previously impossible. By allowing architects to design and visualize in real-time, Metanaeum also provides a collaborative and interactive platform for social interaction and brainstorming, leading to more innovative and dynamic designs. The Metanaeum offers a glimpse into a future where architects can design and create without constraints. By providing a platform for creative exploration, collaboration and growth, we have the potential to transform the architecture industry and pave the way for a more sustainable, equitable and innovative future. Additionally, Metanaeum has the potential to revolutionize the building industry by providing a more efficient and cost-effective solution to traditional design methods. Providing a digital platform where architects can test and refine their designs eliminates the need for expensive physical models and prototypes. This can lead to significant cost savings and make the design process more accessible to small businesses and independent architects. The impact of the Metaanaeum on the architectural industry goes beyond the realm of design. Promoting social responsibility and ethical practices, with a particular focus on diversity, inclusion, and equity, will help foster a more inclusive and equitable profession. Furthermore, by providing a platform for architects to connect and collaborate, we can foster the growth and development of the entire architectural community.

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4th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:Cluster approach to the valorization of small historical towns on the example of Sestroretsk

■ Site:Sestroretsk, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

​■ Software:Autodesk Revit, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Phortoshop, Autodesk AutoCAD, Qgis, 3ds max, Adobe AfterEffects

■ Designer: Iudina Natalia

■ University: The Moscow institute of Architecture (State Academy)

■ Country : Russia

The question of the role of small towns in payment systems is becoming increasingly important around the world. They have the same essential characteristics as rural villages: conservation of the natural environment, and provide a good and healthy environment while maintaining various economic functions. However, the globalization policies pursued over the past 30–50 years have led to the economic decline of small towns, which in turn has led to a breakdown in the internal territorial coherence of Russia as well. This trend threatens the foundations of cultural identity: ethnicity, local crafts, and cultural heritage, and further exacerbates overcrowding and instability in large cities. The challenge of revitalizing small towns is complex because of their declining functionality and their precious as well as fragile environments. That is, small towns require a special approach to regenerating the atmosphere. In such a situation, a dispersed and fragmented urban environment poses additional risks and requires promoting flexibility and adaptability through urban design.
The authors identify the advantages of small towns in terms of innovative development capacity and affirm the hypothesis about the need for detailed statistical studies. For the first time, clusters are used as a model for the sustainable development of small-scale urban environments. A methodology has been developed to identify and realize the potential of small cities based on regional identity. The developed cluster approach to valuation forms an effective way to work with urban systems with architectural and urban heritage. A key feature of this approach is the wide range of possibilities for actively incorporating abandoned areas into the urban environment using management strategies and complementary architectural and urban design approaches.

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5th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:风城之息

■ Site: 台湾省新竹市 

​■ Software: RHINO、LUMION

■ Designer: 杨思瀚

■ University: 厦门大学

■ Country : China

The architecture itself interprets the city. ——Aldo Rossi
This is mentioned in the book The Landscape Urbanism Reader. Architecture, landscape, and urban design have gradually integrated majors from each other to face increasingly complex urban problems. Is it possible to further deepen the relationship between architecture and site environment through design that confronts urban space? People roam inside and outside buildings, but can so-called "public spaces" really make people aware of the city's solid existence, including its texture, history, physical environment, urban characteristics, industrial activities, and daily life? I wonder?
Hsinchu City is one of the oldest cities in northern Taiwan with a long history and rich culture, recording the evolution of urban structure, scale of activity space, and industrial form. Those memories will be nurtured in the hearts of each and every citizen, and will become the common memories and feelings of each and every citizen. The site is located in the cultural park area where the original Hsinchu City Library was located, and the design starts from the city's memory and civic life, finding its place in the urban system, and creating a cultural center and urban green space. Achieve reconstruction. Share space and create open and shared urban cultural nodes.

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6th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:The Riverside Cities河之洲

■ Site:

​■ Software: Rhino/Vray/Photoshop/AutoCAD

■ Designer: 肖

■ University: 南京工业大学

■ Country : China

Google Earth

Rivers were once the birthplace of ancient human civilization and are now the arteries of cities and towns. Rivers flow through people's daily necessities, food, housing, and transportation, and play an important role in industrial and agricultural production and in the formation of landscape ecosystems. They carry deposits and emotions, revive land and ideas, and connect place and time.
Every city built has its own mother river. This project therefore uses the river as a window into the evolution of urban-rural relationships. Today, the role of rivers in cities is more reflected in transportation and industrial sewage, and industrialized urban development has reduced the irrigation value of rivers in agricultural production. This project aims to use rivers to improve the characteristics of material production, which is a common development shortcoming of today's industrialized cities, and to restore the original mission and role of rivers.
Through geological typology analysis of different river basins and overview of urban functional structures, this project uses complementary design strategies and combines their attributes to standardize production, livelihood services, transportation, energy, purification, etc. Explore methodologies for designing modules. Customized proportions and installation guide. Utilizing rivers to expand the city's production capabilities. The project design will not only consider nesting the original bridge to insert functionality, but also use modules to complete the cross-Channel transport connection depending on site requirements.
The project aims to increase the production value of urban rivers by incorporating traditional agriculture that relies on river landscapes and bridge structures into a mechanical production system with more efficient production capacity and a more complete afforestation trade chain. to meet the ever-expanding daily needs of people. City dwellers need it.

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8th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:センイ替え~日常と災害を織り、地域を紡ぐ。~

■ Site:日暮里南公園

​■ Software:Rhinoceros, vray, Adobe illustrator, photoshop

■ Designer: 駒塲友菜

■ University: 東京理科大学大学院

■ Country : Japan

Living as an evacuee in poor conditions. People cut off from their communities have created community spaces through their own ingenuity. Isn't this type of spatial innovation exactly what public spaces should be? Believing that architecture has the power to provide emotional enrichment to people in dire conditions, we propose public facilities that can function as evacuation centers during disasters.
Nippori Minami Park was selected as the site in consideration of the potential damage from an earthquake directly hitting the Tokyo metropolitan area, in a city center where there are concerns about population growth, lack of evacuation shelters, and decline of local communities. In this land located in the south of Nippori's textile town, we will consider the operation of creating a space through self-build using cloth. By exposing facility users to the spatial changes that match their activities on a daily basis, they will be better prepared to create booths in evacuation areas in the event of a disaster. Furthermore, by becoming a clothing recycling base, it will be used for construction operations, manufacturing workshops, and will contribute to preparing for clothing shortages in the event of a disaster.
We are responsible for everything from public architecture that welcomes a diverse range of people to private architecture that protects people's bodies and minds, and are particular about creating spaces that are close to people's feelings.

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10th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:光と風が紡ぐ繭

■ Site:滋賀県長浜市相撲町

​■ Software: Rhinoceros+Adobe+Flow Designer+Velux Daylight Visualizer3

■ Designer: 石川博利

■ University: 滋賀県立大学大学院

■ Country : Japan

■ Co-Architect: 滋賀県立大学大学院+M2+石川博利、滋賀県立大学大学院+M2+㓛刀虎之助、滋賀県立大学大学院+M2+中谷祐紀、滋賀県立大学+OB(計画当時B4)+今村颯真

The silk industry was a traditional business that supported Japan's modernization and built its culture. Head of the planned site
In Hama City, there were once more than 4,000 sericulture farmers, and local industries such as Hama Chirimen flourished, but today only one remains. As there is a growing momentum to reevaluate domestically produced high-quality raw silk, this plan aims to establish a silk factory for raw silk production, a museum that will disseminate related knowledge and technology, and other fields.
We propose a "silkworm complex" consisting of the three main facilities of the research institute with an eye on its use in the future. here
At the same time as passing on the silk industry, we also want to create a sustainable place to develop and disseminate the silk industry.
The aim is to foster new leaders in the silk industry, which is in marked decline, and to pass on the traditional industry and culture.
The entire facility is an open site on the shores of Lake Biwa, with silkworm feed placed on the southwest side in consideration of sunlight and ventilation.
A mulberry field for production was established, and a building was placed on the northeast side. The curvature of the building and the shape of the roof accordingly
It was designed as an environmental device to encourage ventilation into the breeding room for silkworms.
In addition, to raise silkworms, it is necessary to create an appropriate growth environment according to the five stages of their growth. Therefore, "Jamushiro" was designed to create a growing environment that can support the growth of 1st to 5th instars, using simulations of light, wind, and heat, and crossing the perspectives of design and environmental engineering. 

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11h place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:桃源集市

■ Site:上海市黄浦区卢湾体育馆

​■ Software:CAD/SU/PS/AI/GIS等等

■ Designer: 陈艺璇

■ University: Shanghai Jiao Tong University

■ Country : China

The base is located in the old city of Huangpu District, Shanghai.In the context of urban regeneration, the demographic structure of China is changing and the elderly are becoming the main users of community support facilities. We need to evolve from urban planning. From "shelter-style" retirement community design to "shelter-style" retirement community design Group-style retirement communities are transforming into age-friendly communities. The design of this project is based on maintaining the sporting functionality of the original venue, while adding a 'market' as a mixed commercial function area. The main function of a market is sales, but it also includes social interaction, culture, casual dining, and even sports. In fact, the market is a kind of micro-city that is a microcosm of people's daily life, so the main purpose of this design is to stimulate the commercial vitality of the site, realize the sharing of all age groups of the surrounding community, It is about realizing creative creativity. Taoyuan Market is a place where you can feel the essence of China. "Taoyuan Market" serves people of all ages, but pays more attention to the aging population. We extract the spatial characteristics of the market and integrate the market with the public space of the city. The space under the eaves was used to introduce a natural landscape, and while taking into account space limitations, functions such as a market sales area, children's activity area, community chess/card room, tea room, and green plaza were integrated. Creating more complex spaces where different social groups can move freely within the venue to avoid 'isolation' of elderly groups. The space under the eaves was also used for an athletics stadium. The runway has been raised and has two runways, an upper and lower runway.The unobstructed upper runway is designed for young people at sports schools, and the lower ``runway under the eaves'' is designed for elderly people who are not comfortable with strong sunlight.

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14h place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:《三折》旧厂房改

■ Site: Intelhorce factory in Malaga, Spain

​■ Software: Rhino,Cad,Ps

■ Designer: 罗燕

■ University: 山东工艺美术学院

■ Country : China

PDF Presentation sheet

The project is located in the western suburbs of Malaga, Spain.
Malaga, a textile factory, is the hometown of Cubist Picasso, and the whole concept is to extract and refine the original skeletal elements of the old factory and the local cultural elements of Malaga, the point element is the portico, It is a line element. Part of the wall, the surface elements are functional boxes and tube arches. Kandinsky's theory of point-line-plane composition was combined with the diagonal elements of the original site's diagonal highway to form a two-dimensional composition, then drawing on the physical perception and spirit of place of architectural phenomenology. to form a three-dimensional composition. A three-dimensional experiential pavilion space.

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15h place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:路上都市アルカディア

■ Site:大阪市西成区

​■ Software:Lumion,revit

■ Designer: 矢野泉和

■ University: 熊本大学

■ Country : Japan

In movies these days, we often have the opportunity to be moved by scenes of old-fashioned towns and countryside. Is this because the cities we live in are becoming more homogeneous due to technological development, and the landscapes of those cities are being lost in our daily lives? In the past, our lives were adapted to the global environment, but due to land-based development, we have created cramped, one-dimensional cities. What about people living on the streets? They live a free and land-free life, enjoying the blessings of the city.
The site is 1-3 Haginochaya, Nishinari Ward, Osaka City, where the Airin Labor Center once stood. This was a symbol of Nishinari Ward, where people living on the streets lived illegally, but it is currently scheduled to be demolished, and development is proceeding that lacks the historical and local character of the city, which is being rationalized and rebuilt under the Nishinari Special Zone concept. I consider architecture that reflects the lives of people living on the streets and inherits the context of the city.
Interviews with people living on the streets in the Nishinari district of Osaka City revealed that their lives are intertwined with the spaces created by urban elements. In other words, for people living on the streets, cities are part of their daily lives, and for us they are commercial facilities with multiple functions such as shopping and dining. Therefore, we created a commercial space by modeling the city's scenery and combining them, and by interweaving residential buildings with the architecture, we created a space with the freedom of a person living on the street, and a sense of the history and locality of the city, even though it is new. Maybe it will be architecture.

​PLO-League
Winning work

Pro-League、10-Works-... 設This is a league where participants compete on the overall ability of design proposals, such as thinking ability, creativity, and other special characteristics.
(1st place- Genius architect Medal) (2nd place- Master architect Medal) (3rd place~ Best Selection Award)※There was one work whose right to advance to the second round of judging was invalidated.

WASA

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1st place(Genius Proposal Medal)​ 

Title:Pilgrim Shelter

■ Site:Burgos, Spain

​■ Software:Rhino, vary

■ Designer: 路冬妮

■ University: 中央美术学院

■ Country : China

The Camino Frances pilgrimage route includes long trails hidden deep in virgin forest. In ancient times, thieves and robbers often attacked pilgrims here, so this path was dangerous. Later, a pilgrim named Juan de Ortega built a sanctuary and bridge and repaired the roads, bringing shelter and peace to the pilgrims. Afterwards, he lived a reclusive life in the surrounding mountains. In his honor, a pilgrim town was founded that bears his name.

There is currently no danger in the area, but the pilgrims are exhausted from walking long, rough, uninhabited roads through the deep forest. So I came up with the idea of providing shelter for pilgrims to drink clean water and rest at the intersections of pilgrimage routes, forests, and cities. This shelter is like a gatehouse, welcoming pilgrims from the mountains and representing the starting point for the next journey. Like Juan de Ortega's hermit hut, it is hidden in the forest and all visiting pilgrims can participate in its construction and give strength to those who arrive.

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2nd place(Master architect Medal)​ 

Title:Delaminating Waters

■ Site:49 52nd St, Brooklyn, NY, USA 11232

​■ Software:Rhino, Lumion, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Adobe Scan,

■ Designer: Ayrton Laucks

■ University: Syracuse University

■ Country : United states of america

PDF Presentation sheet

Delaminated Waters is a planned proposal for a salt hut and bathhouse complex located in Brooklyn, New York. Addressing new desalination technologies and cleaner New York water, this proposal foresees a future where salting facility infrastructure is decentralized and new community involvement in the process and the waters involved is enabled. Users can stand on the surface of the water and view it through the fabric tear. They can float in the rearranged water, look up at the process by which the salt is extracted, and finally come face to face with the exfoliated water.

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4th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:Setting Sun No. 6

■ Site:Nanjing, China

​■ Software:Rhino, Vary, PS, AI, ID

■ Designer: 路冬妮

■ University: 中央美术学院

■ Country : China

In the post-pandemic era, both lockdowns and rapidly increasing desegregation have confined people to cities of concrete and steel. People are resisting this situation and to some extent are in tune with the mind of the navigator in the novel. The novel ``With Her Eyes'' is the first experience of an absolutely closed space called death, where people on the ground lose the ability to see green in a gray world, and people underground lose the ability to see the last green light. Contrasting what we are looking forward to. In a gray world.

Thus, as a means for modern people to realize their dreams of nature, Outdoor His Store uses the navigator's dreams as a spatial cue and explores the spiritual needs of people in a closed state. did. We propose new uses to transform old urban spaces and explore their potential.

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5th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:RE-EXPLORING THE PILGRIMAGE OF LANGALBANDH. BANDAR, NARAYANGANJ

■ Site:Langalbandh, bandar, Narayanganj

​■ Software:Autocad, Sketchup, lumion, photoshop

■ Designer: Dip chandra das

■ University: Ahsanullah university of science and technology

■ Country : Bangladesh

“The union of substance and sacred river”
According to Puran (sacred scriptures), most Hindu people believe that on the auspicious day of Chaitra, the blessings of all the holy places of the world are collected in the waters of Brahmaputra, and by touching its waters, devotees are freed from all sins. I believe it is liberating and achievable. eternal salvation. As per Hindu tradition, people connect with this river at different stages of their life cycle. The Brahmaputra bears a very deep history, tradition and uses.

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7th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:ALLEY YARD ROOM

■ Site:中国辽宁省大连市凤鸣街

​■ Software:Rhino,Lumion,Photoshop,CAD,Illustrator,Indesign

■ Designer: 叶阳

■ University: 大连理工大学

■ Country : China

In 1898, Russian designers came here with blueprints for city construction.
In Paris, France, they intend to build another city dominated by squares.
It was named Dalini; in 1905, the Japanese army occupied Dalini and renamed it Dalian, which our country still uses today. Dalian’s past has brought about rich historical buildings, which are also imprinted in the memories of old Dalian people. For example, Fengming Street is a relatively well-preserved old street in Dalian. It is 1,200 meters long and 60 meters wide. It carries countless historical traces and has a history of nearly a hundred years. New Japanese-style buildings have appeared here, many celebrities have lived here, and it is also the memory of many local elderly people for most of their lives. However, the quality of these buildings is generally poor: the internal space of each building is unreasonable; there are people coming and going on the streets, and law and order is chaotic; there is a lack of sanitation and garbage disposal facilities; there is a large amount of garbage piled up in the yard, and the smell is overwhelming. A large number of similar problems make residents here always look forward to building updates. Contrary to expectations, Dalian's most complete historical district has become fragmented, leaving only a few buildings and a large number of ruins. After many demolitions and criticisms, the Dalian government classified the dilapidated Fengming Street as a historical and cultural district, but the local elderly and nearby residents have long since disappeared.

Through design, I hope to recreate past memories and scenes for local elders and nearby residents. In order to achieve this goal, I first analyzed the historical context and traffic texture of the old neighborhood, and found that during the demolition process, the original courtyard-style closed residential model was broken, forming new housing alleys, connecting different areas. The house, passing through different courtyards, becomes a new texture and context. On this basis, local characteristic materials and architectural vocabulary were selected to integrate the alleys, courtyards and houses into a new community center for the elderly. The center not only provides care, activities, accommodation and other services for local elderly people, but also serves as a new local activity center for nearby residents.

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8th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:蓝色涅槃 山东东营海上钻井平台的改造更新设计

■ Site:山东省东营市垦利区小岛河码头

​■ Software: rhino

■ Designer: 张昱晨

■ University: 江南大学 2019 王家奇

■ Country : China

Dongying City, Shandong Province has a rich and long oil culture and history, and with the transformation of the oil-rich city, decommissioned offshore oil and gas platforms are facing the problem of "dead end". "Blue Nirvana" symbolizes the rebirth and transformation of offshore drilling platforms, and by transforming and renewing aging offshore drilling platforms, we pursue sustainable development and coexist with culture, ecology and the environment. It is a comprehensive place that realizes and transforms into fusion. Sea resort amusement park and cultural exhibition hall. Based on the perspective of sustainable development, combined with the concepts of blue carbon, urban catalysts and symbiosis, the former decommissioned oil and gas platform has been transformed into an oil-themed extreme sports amusement park resort and exhibition hall Converted, the overall design includes a land terminal and a sea area, which also includes a resort hotel, exhibition hall and marine leisure area. The design aims to transform a former oil drilling platform into a place that supports sustainable tourism, provides educational and cultural heritage opportunities, and promotes the blue carbon concept through innovative and environmentally friendly methods. .

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9th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:自他の葺き替え

■ Site:東京都武蔵野市

​■ Software:Vectorworks,Rhinoceros,Photoshop

■ Designer: 三井田昂太

■ University: 神奈川大学大学院

■ Country : Japan

In Musashino City, Tokyo, after the neighborhood association was abolished in 1947, an organization called the community council replaced it, and based on Musashino's three principles of ``voluntary participation,'' ``independent planning,'' and ``independent management,'' the local residents' autonomy was established. and fostered a sense of community. At the same time as planning the construction of the community center, a community council with voluntary participation was established and carried out everything from planning to construction, and the community formed through this process is in charge of operating the center. However, currently, community councils are declining due to a decline in voluntary participation in community councils, aging center facilities, and diversifying demands from local residents, and local activity groups are moving their activities outside community centers. It became. Therefore, this project aims to propose a new method of renovating community centers and thereby create and circulate a space for local activities, based on a survey of current local demand in Musashino City and the architectural characteristics of existing community centers. . Using the ``Musashino method'' as a starting point, we will consider architectural construction methods that local residents can create and update themselves, and propose future community-forming architecture that fosters the autonomy and communality that is being lost.

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10th place(Best Selection Award​​)​ 

Title:水ト永遠

■ Site: スイス.ルツェルン湖

​■ Software:Illustrator, Photoshop, Lumion, Rhinoceros

■ Designer: 大室新

■ University: 京都工芸繊維大学

■ Country : Japan

This project was designed based on the theme of ``water and eternity,'' with Lake Lucerne in Switzerland as the site. In Japan, moss-covered rocks are considered sacred and beautiful, and it has been thought that there is aesthetic value in the sen