Winners
Category :
Jury : Prof. Mark Burry | Sean Godsell | Nishita Kamdar | Prof. Marcus White | Hayley Franklin
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Prize in

The Sacred Space

Organised by Archdais Pvt. Ltd.

winner-project

Team Members

Interview

  • Stephanie Vania

    Indonesia , Architecture Student

  • Kenny Lesmana

    Indonesia , Architecture Student

  • Geo Bramanta Rahman

    Indonesia , Architecture Student

Jury comments

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Hayley Franklin

Reflection on selflessness. Site selection at a volcano certainly awe inspiring, building itself inward facing. Reflection chamber and 'Tyrrell' openings to the sky support atmospheric qualities.

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Prof. Mark Burry

Great to read the folklore connection becoming a narrative overlay to the concept. The relationship to the two volcanoes an effective driver for the placement of the building in the landscape, opportunities for pausing and reflection. Entering down one passage and exiting from another masteful is making this a journey of contemplation. Super to see the project not competing with this spectaular landscape. Although it is an ideas competition, a bit more polish would have lifted this project higher.

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The Sacred Space

Organised by Archdais Pvt. Ltd.

winner-project

Team Members

Interview

  • Prayag Kadivar

    India , Architect

  • Adarsh K

    India , Architect

Jury comments

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Hayley Franklin

Proposition is supported by the site selection. This proposition addresses border control and unites breaking down boundaries supports the notion that sacredness starts with forgiveness, acceptance and togetherness.

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Prof. Marcus White

Clever idea. Conceptually rich.

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Prof. Mark Burry

A standout provocative poroposal for our times. Very clever way to subvert the meaning and intention of 'the wall' to such good ends.

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The Sacred Space

Organised by Archdais Pvt. Ltd.

winner-project

Team Members

Interview

  • Andrew Law Zi Hang

    Malaysia

Jury comments

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Hayley Franklin

The Atlas, focusses on nature and its power to heal and restore. The sanctuary pillars propose a cell for private contemplation and a strong matrix of equal, non hierarchical spaces naturally lit from above.