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International Design Competition for the Sites of Jewish History in Lviv

Location :
Web
Submission Deadline :
2010-12-01
Registration Deadline :
2010-11-10
Award :
1st prize-3000 euro, 2nd prize-2000 euro, 3rd prize-1000 euro.
Jury Members :
Oksana Boyko, Bohdan Cherkes, Ruth Ellen Gruber,and more
Type :
Open to all, International, Free Admission, Student Competition
Admission fee :
Free

International Design Competition for the Sites of Jewish History in Lviv includes three separate competitions for three spaces in the city that have important connections to the life of Jewish community before the Second World War, and to its destruction during the Nazi occupation. Competitors are asked to submit projects for each or all of three sites in the city.

Brief

The main purpose of the competition is to draw public attention to multiethnic past of the city and help top preserve its multicultural heritage. The competition has two distinct, but interconnected agendas. One is to find the best projects for the better use of the three open public spaces to improve quality of life for the contemporary inhabitants and visitors of Lviv. The other one is to respond to the emerging awareness of Lviv’s multi-ethnic past by contributing to the rediscovery of the city’s Jewish heritage and to enhance and promote this emerging awareness by through the visualization and creation of spaces that commemorate the heritage of the city’s almost completely vanished Jewish community.
The competition seeks ideas that underline Lviv’s unique history, and calls for visions that go beyond the narrow and sometimes controversial historical debate: a multi-disciplined approach with wide public outreach is therefore required. These ideas are to reflect the history of the site (or sites) through architectural, landscape or other design proposals and help Lviv inhabitants to discover the history of people who lived here before. Submissions should also show how the site (or sites) can be integrated into the contemporary urban context to benefit the life of the city.
Entrants can chose to enter one or more of the following competitions:
Competition for the Synagogue Square

  • The site where the Great City Synagogue, the Beth Hamidrash and the Turei Zahav (“Golden Rose” or Nachmanovych Synagogue) stood

Competition for the Besojlem Memorial Park

  • The site of the maternity hospital at Rappaport Street, where part of the old Jewish cemetery – besojlem – is located

Competition for the Yanivsky Concentration Camp Memorial

  • The site of the former Yanivsky concentration camp at the current Vynnytsya Street.

Schedule

  • Nov 10, 2010—Registration deadline
  • Dec 01, 2010—Submissions deadline
  • Dec 08, 2010—Public exhibition of projects
  • Dec 13-15, 2010—Meeting of jury, announcement of results
  • Dec 16, 2010—Results published online

Jury

  • Oksana Boyko
  • Bohdan Cherkes
  • Ruth Ellen Gruber
  • Carl Fingerhuth
  • Vasyl Kosiv
  • Sergei Kravtsov
  • Yuriy Kryvoruchko
  • Ingo Andreas Wolf
  • Josef Zissels

Awards

  • 1st prize—3000 euro
  • 2nd prize—2000 euro
  • 3rd prize—1000 euro

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