|[BIADW] 2019 BIADW Application Guide
2019 Busan International Architectural Design Workshop
It is our great pleasure to invite you to participate in the upcoming 2019 Busan International Architectural Design Workshop (BIADW) at Busan, Korea. Busan Architecture Festival (BAF) offers an intensive international design workshop for the students from around the world. BIADW has been held annually during the summer since 2003. Students are invited to investigate a wide array of creative architectural and urban design approaches in the context of the 21st century urban culture. This year, BIADW will be held at Pusan National University in Busan from July 29 to August 3.
DESIGN THEME : Local regeneration by waterfront development of Yeongdo(island) in Busan
DESIGN SITE : Bongnae Naru site in Yeongdo(Island), Busan, KOREA
ASSIGNMENT : Responsive, appropriate and sustainable development Planning using existing atmosphere and resources including ware houses, plea market and living.
SYNOPSIS : Yeongdo, a small oshore district, is famous for its Taejongdae seaside cli and Mt. Bonglae which provide fantastic views of one of Korea's largest cities. The National Maritime Museum, which oers ocean-related exhibitions all-year-long, is underrated as a tourist destination. The Yeongdo Bridge is also a famous city monument.
The recent buzz in Busan is that the bascule bridge is being opened regularly for the rst time since 1966. It was constructed in 1934 during the Japanese occupation of Korea (1910-1945) as the rst drawbridge in Asia. The Japanese who planned to build a shipyard in Yeongdo needed a bridge to transport material from the mainland. But big ships needed to pass through as well, so the bridge had to be able to make this to happen. After the Korean War (1950-53), the bridge became a landmark for refugees looking for their families. Fortune-telling houses began lining up along the bridge, earning money by oering hopeful predictions for refugees looking for their loved ones. There are stories about people jumping off the bridge in despair after failing to reunite with their family members.
Site is located at the side of right hand faced Lotte Shopping Mall over the small strait. We expecting this area to be developed on the careful and responsible consideration of existing resources including ware houses, ea market, social relations and atmosphere.
PERIOD : July 29 (Monday) to August 3, 2019 (Saturday), (5 nights & 6 days)
PARTICIPATION : Students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate schools in Korea and other countries.
REGISTRATION FEE : 100 USD for overseas students; 100,000 KRW for domestic students. The fee covers accommodations, meals, and workshop materials. (Applicants are personally responsible for transportation expenses.)
WORKSHOP PLACE : Pusan National University, Busan, Korea
REGISTRATION PROCESS : Visit BAF official webpage (http://www.biacf.org/?d=work&f=work) and follow the register process during the registration period, May 20 to June 22, 2019.
TEAM ORGANIZATION : It is desirable to have 3 students of different nationalities in each team. One team may be organized for each university under special circumstance. The Committee will be in charge of organizing the teams and informing the participants of their team members before the workshop begins.
1 team will receive the Grand Prize presented by the Minister of the ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
1 team will receive the First Prize presented by the Mayor of Busan Metropolitan City.
2 teams will receive the Second Prize presented by the President of Dong-seo University and the Chairman of Busan Municipal Assembly.
2 teams will receive Excellence Award presented by the Executive Committee of BIACF and the President of the Korean Institute of Architects (Busan Branch).
4 teams will receive Honorable Mention presented by the Organizing Committee of BIADW.
EXHIBITION & PUBLISHING : Exhibition will be held during the period of Busan Architecture Festival in September, 2019. And booklet will be made in November.
POST-WORKSHOP TOUR : Workshop participants may register for the post-workshop domestic tour scheduled for a week from Aug. 3, 2019 by checking the box on the Application Form. Detailed schedule and expense will be posted before June 20.