|Competition Type||The international design competition is organized as an anonymous, two-stage project competition with an open pre-qualification procedure.|
The languages to be used in the competition are English and Ukrainian, both enjoying equal status. However, in case of discrepancy between the English and the Ukrainian version of the present document, the English version shall be binding.
|Principles and Guidelines||The competition rules are based on the UNESCO Standard Regulations for International Competitions in Architecture and Town Planning, as well as the “UIA Guidelines for design competitions in architecture and related fields” as of July 2017, published by the Union Internationale des Architectes (UIA).|
The Competition Rules are governed by the following basic principles: equal opportunities for all candidates (also during the pre-qualification period); assessment of applications exclusively in accordance with clear, pre-defined and non-discriminatory selection criteria; assessment of the submitted concepts in both phases by an independent jury; and anonymity of candidates in both stages.
|Competitors||On January 31, the following 10 architects or groups of architects or architect associations (bureaus) were selected and have chosen the landscape architects as their partners in the competition.|
Based on each entry’s merit in Stage 1, the jury will select 4 to 6 of them to be advanced in Stage 2.
|Eligibility||Eligible for participation are individuals who, on the day of the announcement of the competition and pursuant to the legal provisions of their country of residence, are entitled to use the occupational title “Architect” and work independently as freelancers. Individuals from countries where the occupational title “Architect” is not subject to statutory regulations are eligible, provided that they hold a degree or submit any other evidence of qualification or practice permitting them to exercise as architect in their country of residence.|
Also eligible for participation are architect associations (bureaus) formed of individuals and legal entities that include at least one person eligible according to above stated paragraph. Legal entities are only eligible in such associations (bureaus) if their statutory objectives include planning activities relevant to the competition task. Legal entities and architect associations (bureaus) must name a single authorized representative who will be responsible for the fulfilling of the competition requirements according to above stated paragraph. The authorized representative as well as all authors of competition entries must meet the eligibility criteria applying to competitors. Notwithstanding the designation of a single authorized representative, each member of any consortia shall be jointly and severally liable for any submission from its consortium.
|Honoraria and Prizes||The promoter will provide the net amount of approx. Euro 165,000 (net) for honoraria and prizes for services rendered.|
Each participant in stage 1, who submits a detailed and assessable design concept in accordance with the requirements laid down in the competition brief, will receive a flat-rate fee of Euro 10,000 (net) as compensation for the expenses incurred.
In addition, each participant who advances to Stage 2 and submits a detailed and assess-able design concept in accordance with the requirements laid down in the competition brief will receive a second flat-rate fee of Euro 10,000 (net) as compensation for the expenses incurred.
A total of Euro 45,000 (net) shall be awarded as prizes in Stage 2 with the following distribution: