The Association of Students of Architecture EASA (European Architecture Students Assembly) Slovenia is hosting the EASA 013 Pavilion Competition.
This is an open, anonymous, single-stage, student and young graduates up to 5 years from graduating, international competition for the pavilion on the square in Žužemberk.
The objective of this competition is the selection of an appropriate solution to build a pavilion on the site of the former Saint Jacob’s church in Žužemberk, whose foundations are still buried underneath the square.
EASA Slovenia is Inviting Students and Young Graduates to Enter the EASA 013 Pavilion Competition
The appropriate solution is supposed to find a possible interpretation of the building’s heritage while suggesting a new, appropriate, contemporary pavillion, which would serve the locals and the municipality. The pavilion will be built during the assembly EASA 013 in Žužemberk.
The programme is linked to the desires of citizens, presented at the workshop on 5 October 2012 in Žužemberk (described in the Competition Brief under Goals). The pavilion should be a covered or partially covered open space for sitting, talking, socializing, presentations, gatherings, musical events and selling locally grown products. The organizers also expect a presentation of the temporal and generational division of use of the pavilion.
Please read the Competition Brief for a lot more detailed info.