KURGI OBSERVATION TOWER

Architecture Competition

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INTRODUCTION

Bee Breeders, in partnership with Kurgi Farm, are calling for submissions for a hilltop observation tower in the remote eco-farm in Latvia.

OBJECTIVE

Farm is home to some of the last remaining Latvian Ardennes horses as part of their unique breeding programme. Situated along the Latvian-Estonian border, the Kurgi Farm offers visitors breathtaking views and a chance to connect with the incredible nature of the region, as well as interact with this rare breed of traditional Latvian horses. 

For this architecture competition, , participants are tasked with creating an observation tower that is iconic and unique while still being considerate to the natural surroundings of the biosphere reserve.

ORGANISERS:

Beebreeders

PRIZES

US$ 7,000 

First Prize: USD 3000+Publications Certificate of Achievements.

Second Prize: USD 1500+ Publications Certificate of Achievements.

Third Prize: USD 500+Publications Certificate of Achievements.

The Client's Favorite: USD 1000+Publications Certificate of Achievements.

BB Student Award:  USD 500+Publications Certificate of Achievements.

BB Green Award: USD 500+Publications Certificate of Achievements.

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TIMELINE

Registration closes:  May 8th 2020

Submission Deadline: June 16th 2020

Result Announcement: July 9th 2020

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