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00 in cash from the Metrobank Foundation, Inc. (MBFI). RULES AND REGULATIONS Please take time to read through for your guidance. This is your architecture entry form. For details on the painting, sculpture and interior design competitions please secure the proper entry form. Eligibility 1. The Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Architecture Competition is open to A team composed of a minimum of two (2) to a maximum of four (4) registered Filipino architects, 25 to 50 years old (25 years old as of July 19, 2013 and still 50 years on or before September 19, 2013) Members of the United Architects of the Philippines as of September 30, 2012 2. Roles of the Team Leader and Member/s The team shall work on the conceptual design entry by assigning a team leader who will act as the Main Entrant to the Competition. He/ she, the “main entrant”, shall spearhead the conceptualization of the design concept of the entry and production of the design boards from drafting to printing of the submittals. He/ she shall be legally responsible for the entire entry to the Competition. Should the entry be chosen as a finalist of the Competition, the main entrant shall be the one who will present the entry of his/her team before the Board of Judges during the Final Judging. The Main Entrant and his/her team will be awarded/ recognized as the Grand Prize Winner of the MADE Architecture Competition. The main entrant shall designate tasks and responsibilities individually to his/ her team members. The team members shall assist the main entrant in the development of the conceptual design and provide manpower support in the production of the entry to the Competition. 3. The following are disqualified from joining the competition: Previous winners of the MADE Architecture Competition Members of the 2013 UAP Executive Committee Chairman and members of the 2013 UAP/MADE Competition Committee 2013 Members of the Board of Judges Architects employed by the Metrobank Group of Companies Immediate family members of the persons listed above
soliciting ideas from another person who is not part of the participating team is not considered original) Shall be the team’s original design work wholly executed by the main entrant and his/her team member/s. the Board of Trustees and Management of the Cultural Center of the Philippines embarked to pursue its goal to develop the *CCP Complex  into a world-class facility for arts and culture as stipulated in its CCP Charter. AN OPPORTUNITY IN LINE WITH THE VISION: In 2002. originality. the entry: Should be solely conceptualized by the “team” as spearheaded by the main entrant and assisted by his/her team member/s and conducted the production process (from drafting to finalizing of the boards) of the entry by the main entrant and member/s.D. being one of the “mega diverse countries in the world”*1+. Asian cruise passengers will double its growth reaching up to 7 million.4. (i. DESIGN BACKGROUND: It was predicted that by the end of the decade. 15 • To construct. This forecast was made in line with development and expansion in cruise destinations in Asia which encouraged prime cruise ship owners to not miss the opportunity by not just being part. (i. establish and maintain in a single site. concerts and the like. P. . seminars. in seen as a “must -have port” by these foreign ship owners. an art gallery and other such buildings and facilities as are necessary or desirable for holding of conferences. hiring other architects/ designers who are not part of the participating team to execute the design concept manually or digitally is not considered wholly executed) Has not been submitted in any other competition or received any award from any national or international design competition Specifications of the Entry DESIGN TITLE: CRUISE PORT TERMINAL DESIGN THEME: CRUISE PORT TOURISM Promotion of Philippine arts and culture and development of economic productivity by providing an international sea transportation terminal. but be the first in exploring an extreme business potential. will do best in expanding Philippine promotion and shipping business in the country. promotion. With this. a national theater. Sculpture and Interior Design Competition. Participating architects of the Architecture Competition are no longer allowed to join the 2013 MADE Painting.e. a national music hall. and artistic excellence among young architects in the evolution of Filipino Architecture. Criteria for Assessment In line with the objective of the Competition to develop creativity. A team which includes the main entrant and team members can submit only one (1) entry. Philippines.e. a foreign cruise line corporation is interested to invest in developing the existing port terminal inside Cultural Center of the Philippines into an international sea port terminal to meet the demands of cruise passengers for more itineraries in Asia. enhancement and development. • To awaken the consciousness of our people to our cultural heritage and to encourage them to assist in its preservation.
Pedestrian-centered Development. A port terminal that sets out a comprehensive range of facilities to (1) provide for all the requirements of the cruise line and ferry passengers. and appreciation of distinctive Philippine arts in various fields. Higher Quality Impact to the General Public. • To discover.entertainment . assist and develop talents connected with Philippine cultural pursuits and create greater opportunities for individual and national self expression in cultural affairs. The Urban Design Principles are as follows: Re-orientation towards the Bay. DESIGN PROBLEM: To design a waterfront feature development to serve as a gateway for international and local tourists that will become a venue in meeting their personal. • To encourage the organization of cultural groups.• To cultivate and enhance public interest in. social and cultural needs in their Asia experience. Customs and Excise Baggage collection and screening Management and Operations offices Employees’ Dining Hall Duty Free shops Stalls for shopping. associations or societies and the holding or staging of cultural exhibitions. DESIGN REQUIREMENTS 1. Environmentally Sensitive Design. Terminal for ferries and luxury liners – Design Floor Plan showing the following (but not limited to) Lobby Arrival and Departure lounges Immigration. Context of Development. Synergy of Mixed Uses. The design should integrate applications of environmental sustainability transcending location. aside from being a major key to attract and welcome local and international tourists to experience the heart and soul of Filipino culture. To design a Philippine architectural icon to provide the same level of comfort and convenience found in an airport. Capacity to achieve per passenger turnaround of within 45 minutes*. ** Time period based on the point when passenger disembarks from the cruise ship to the point he/she steps out of the terminal. it will definitely meet both objectives in opening the Philippines to the world. building an international cruise port terminal. Structural Translation of Cultural Analysis. dining . time and climatic phenomena and CCP’s Urban Design Principles that will bring the Philippines in the forefront of tourism in the 21st century. To design an international port that can accommodate a maximum of 2. (2) feature culture and arts (3) promote practices and activities that is all uniquely Filipino and (4) stimulate social and economic growth of the country. performances and similar activities. With an opportunity of foreign investor together with the vision of CCP.800-pax international cruise ship and 6 arrivals and 6 departure of inter-island ferries a day. Open Spaces as Formative Elements.
The Promenade is located on the northern edge of the CCP Complex. studios. bookstores and antique stores. situated at the north western end of the property (lots 1. [http://culturalcenter. Other areas and facilities like (but not limited to): Promenade Park Coach bays Parking lot PROBLEM SITE DESCRIPTION In line with its overall development rationale.500. utilized by clusters. It is part of the Boulevard 2000 property that spans 1. number of ships and ferries berthing have already been provided. Following are the Promenade’s Development Rationale: 1.2.000 Philippine pesos) and two billion to two billion and 500 million pesos (2.2) with a combined total lot area of 19. 3. will be used for the competition. Pier plan ) Since the formulation of CCP’s vision of developing the complex in 2002. The ferry terminal is under the Promenade cluster. galleries.000. designed to reinforce the plan vision of orienting the CCP to the sea.000 to 2. Creativity of Concept & its Translation (includes the architect's design philosophy & mission) . to include but not limited to: retail stores. 2. *The CCP Complex is an 88-hectare reclaimed property along Roxas Boulevard. 534 sq. Design Criteria 1.000.000. commercial art galleries. cafes. The Promenade continues the required seafront easement along the Boulevard 2000 properties. residential lofts. the same site for the ferry terminal.000. mts. (Please see figure 2. It will be located inside the Cultural Center of the Philippines Complex.000 Philippine Pesos) for the construction of pier and breakwater. most of which fall under the jurisdiction of the City of Pasay.2.000. and recreation Main Public Hall Gallery Viewing Deck 2.3 and 1. restaurants. a design of Master Development Plan was achieved. commercial and retail uses adhering to a mix urban experiences. These include a mix of cultural.000.000 to 15. but smaller in lot area.gov.000. and directly links CCP to the Roxas Boulevard Promenade.500 hectares of reclaimed land along Manila Bay. ( Please see figure 1. Lot plan ) Focusing on the design approach for the docking area and cruise port terminal should be the primary attention of the designers as the design of the port. The Promenade is characterized by low-rise developments of mixed-used facilities.ph/complex-development] Construction Budget The construction cost of the cruise terminal is twelve billion to fifteen billion pesos (12.
Use of Innovative & Appropriate Technology (e. customs. among others) 4. Reflective of Filipino Culture with global appeal (an outstanding design factor and includes consideration for climate/environment. Socio-economic sustainability or adapting Green Architecture (e. among others) 5. Cost Effectiveness Preliminary Evaluation and Judging PHASE 1: Participants are required to submit all drawing requirements for the preliminary evaluation (Short listing of finalists). passive cooling. Entry Materials Boards I . Submissions are judged based on the objectives and criteria.General Design Concepts & Site Plan Scale 1:200M The Site Development Plan shall be drawn with the North in a vertically upward direction showing the following minimum items: Site concepts shall describe the site planning approach through illustrations and text relative to the criteria Aerial Perspective shall show the whole site BOARD II. beliefs. inspirations of design concept) (Please enclose the documents in a long brown envelope) 2.III– Building/ Structure Plans .) 3. ample ventilation and lighting. General submittals All drawing and presentation requirements Accomplished entry form Notarized Affidavit (as enclosed) Photocopy of UAP and PRC Identification Card Photocopy of birth or baptismal certificate One passport size photo of the main entrant One 5R photo of main entrant with his team member/s at work (with names at the back) Curriculum Vitae of the main entrant and his/her team members List of assignment of each of the team members and the main entrant Design schematics/ studies (manual or digital drawings/ sketches of the concept development from initial to final stages of the concept design entry. roofing. walls. The winning entries are chosen by a Board of Judges composed of architecture and design professionals. etc. Submission Mechanics 1. use of nonconventional energy resources.g. PHASE 2: For the final judging.2.g. finalists (“the main entrants”) are required to present and defend their design concept before the board of judges.
#53 Scout Rallos St. At the corner right of the design title. respectively. Where to submit All documents should be sent directly to: UAP NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS Attn: Ms. Electronic files of each board with full-scale version in PDF format and a high resolution A4 jpeg of the complete entry saved to a CD shall be included as part of the submittals. indicate “MADE Architecture Competition” and “(Title of your entry)”– minimum 48 point. Scale 1: 100M Floor Plans Provide two (2) sections: longitudinal and cross section Elevations showing the four (4) major orientations Show materials and dimensions for above drawings BOARD IV-V – Design Details Building Design Concepts shall describe the planning and design approach through graphical representations and text relative to the criteria. Alma Valencia / Ms. Times New Roman 12 point font and one-and-a-half paragraph line spacing. A minimum of 300-word written explanation shall be on A4 size (210mm x 297mm). The written explanation must be enclosed in a short manila envelope and packed together with the presentation boards. The disc should be properly labelled with the entry code and submitted in the same envelope as the written explanation. Diliman Quezon City. At the lower left and center to right corner of the board. Laging Handa. Interior perspectives Eye-level Exterior perspectives TOTAL NUMBER OF BOARDS TO BE SUBMITTED: A MINIMUM OF THREE (3) BOARDS AND A MAXIMUM OF FIVE (5) BOARDS Presentation requirements: Drawings on 594mm x 841mm print paper must be done in color or monochromatic All dimensions shall use metric units Boards shall be of A1 size 594mm x 841mm boards All boards shall be oriented such that the 594mm side is vertical and the 841mm side is horizontal (landscape) Presentation drawings shall not go beyond a margin of 25mm from the edge. These electronic versions will be used for publication purposes. Allocate a 38mm design title in height above the 25mm margin. Raquel Orenia 5th Floor. Brgy. place a 38mm x 38mm box and indicate A13-_____ No other identifying marks shall be placed on the boards. 1103 Metro Manila Philippines .
Metrobank or any member of the Metrobank Group of Companies. 4. 8. 5. The entrant shall not hold the UAP. Other Regulations 1. print or any other medium or platform. Makati City Tel No. that granting the contestant the award will damage the reputation of the United Architects of the Philippines. responsible for loss or damage of documents or submittals in transit or during storage or while in the possession of the aforementioned entries.Or METROBANK FOUNDATION (MBFI) Attn: Henri Palma/ Yvette Macayan 4/F. the MBFI and/or Metrobank. The selection of the members of the Board of Judges shall be the sole prerogative of the MBFI and UAP.4559 When to submit All entries (documents) should be at the UAP National Headquarters/ Metrobank Foundation’s office not later than July 19. online. Judges may decide not to award the prize if the entry does not meet any of the criteria and competition requirements. All decisions of the Board of Judges as to whether or not an entry or entrant complied with the rules and regulations.846. . Metrobank Plaza. in any way. 2. and/or any of their directors/trustees. Metrobank. 2013. 3. Documents received later than the specified date will be disqualified. 7. as well as in all aspects of the Competition. The Competition is a conceptual design competition only and the winning entry will not be built in actual unless the Metrobank Foundation.: 898. subject to existing provisions of law.8856 / 0922. the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) and/or any of their directors/trustees. The MBFI/UAP reserves the right to withdraw any award and/or cash prize at any time should the entrant violate any of the rules and regulations of the competition or if the MBFI/UAP deems. the entrant agrees to abide by the rules and regulations of the Competition and submits to any background investigation that the MBFI/UAP may conduct. Sen Gil Puyat Ave. 9. agree to build the winning conceptual design outside of the Competition. SHALL BE FINAL. the MBFI. 6. CCP. By submitting the original entry form. officers or staff. The MBFI/UAP reserves the right to use the name and photo of the entrant and his/her entry free of charge for any broadcast. All materials submitted by the winning entrant will become properties of the Metrobank Foundation. MBFI. Metrobank or any member of the Metrobank Group of Companies may purchase any entry at a price agreed upon by the Foundation and the main entrant.
macayan@metrobank. 11.: 898. Philippines Tels. Laging Handa.mbfoundation. Should an architect be affiliated with a design or architectural firm or any related organization.: 3721796 E-mail:uapnational@yahoo. the organizers will not be liable to any agreement signed by the entrant prior or after joining the Competition for any percentage or proceeds acquired as a result of joining/ winning the Competition. Nos. YOU MAY CONTACT: United Architects of the Philippines National Headquarters Attn: Ms.palma@metrobank.: 4126403 / 4126374 / 4126364 Fax No.5656 Email: henri.8856 / 857. not all entries may be displayed.ph Website: www.com.org Metrobank Foundation Attn: Henri Palma Tel. Brgy. The MBFI/UAP also reserves the right to exhibit the winning and non-winning entries. Due to space constraints. 12.ph.ph Facebook: MADE Facebook Fanpage (MADE) Metrobank Art and Design Excellence Competition * All qualified entrants will be issued a Certificate of Participation. The Grand Prize Winner shall attend the awarding ceremony and exhibit opening. Diliman Quezon City. as well as the MADE Winners’ Forum and other awarding and post awarding activities organized by MBFI and UAP. #53 Scout Rallos St.org. 13.5918 / 0922 846 4559 Fax: 818. . 1103 Metro Manila.com. 14.com Website: united-architects. dolores. Failure to comply with the above rules and regulations shall automatically disqualify the entry. as it may deem fit and to decide which of the entries will be displayed. FOR MORE DETAILS. The organizers will also be not liable to any agreement among the main entrant and his/her team member/s for any monetary percentage/ fraction between them after winning the Competition.10. Alma Valencia 5th Floor.
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