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New Civic Centre competition, Miami

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ARQUITECTUM invites the world’s architects to participate in an International architecture competition to design a new civic centre for Miami

The Project:
• The project is for the creation of an urban centre for the city at a strategic location, giving an open space where large groups of people may congregate.
• The development should achieve a language and organisation that relates to Miami’s identity and lifestyle, which will direct the citizens to a future developed downtown.
• The addition of housing, business and public buildings should improve the existing area’s use, so its touring will become an interesting target and necessary visit for Miami’s visitors and inhabitants.
• Shared use of activities during the day and night should ensure the constant occupation of the area, improving its security.
• The urban centre shall occupy no more than a 115,000 sqm area. The project will be located on a determined perimeter at Bayside Park (available in the attached site plan).

Accommodation Summary:
Plazas: 40,000sqm
City Hall: 15,000sqm
Miami Cathedral: 10,000sqm
Architecture Museum: 5,000sqm
Restaurants: 8,000sqm
Retail: 8,000sqm
Luxury housing: 24,000sqm
Youth Housing: 5,000sqm

Submission Requirements:
The presentation technique is absolutely open and at the discretion of the project designer. However, the inclusion within the image of the following information is recommended:
• Main concept of the project
• Plot plan
• Interior space perspective
• Elementary volumetric design
• 3D view, integrated with the context

The presentation should clearly document the proposal as well as the approach to the project. Ideas regarding organisation, materials, treatment of the location as well as the design should be included when considered relevant.

For further details see the attached competition brief.

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