03.Jan.2016 Official 2016 MNPG Arch Competition Poster
Additional information of the 2016 MNPG Arch Competition coming soon.
This year’s competition, that brought the greater architectural community together to design a modern abode hub in the Snowies, Australia which infused architecture, technology, ecology and healthy living, was a competitive landscape of entries from studios, architects, interdisciplinaries and students. MNPG Arch would like to announce the winner of the 2014 MNPG Arch Competition as […]
Shaping with that of elements of a snowflake’s contour, the Trail House would be a welcome addition to the rugged terrain and paths that make up this atypical part of Australia. With sweeping views and the functionality of sedentary and traveler needs, this creates a lasting, yet absorbing architectural feat. Having proposed to be built […]
Hub it! is a comprehensive process design that allows for the adaptation of collaboration with the local area, ski resorts and companies to create a resilient construction. Not a village, this community would serve the health of the region’s natural wonder. By respecting the land, the building has a sensical impact on the environment without […]
Pine House has the dynamism of the human mind and shape of the rugged scapes to form this scenic, whole architecture. Inspired by pine trees, there is a lot to say for the gaps of air in the outside and interior of the construction. With a plant room, glass curtain staircase, thermal resistant envelope insulation […]
The O House capitalises its statement with a deck that is not merely a brightly visible item to the viewer, but that of an unfound space. This shapes the rest of the building and the rounded critical panorama of the surrounding Snowies. The crystallite skin, controls sunlight to save energy. Staying with the sustainable functionality, […]
The Rib is a green building, with circumferences that change throughout. Circulations are controlled, creating a healthy place for the inhabitants. Partially buried, there is an attention to being a super standard, naturally absorbent creation. With that said, the steel frame highlights a local success story of local industry.
01.Sep.2014 The 2014 Competition Has Ended
Many thanks to all that participated in this year’s competition for the design of a modern abode hub. The winner and honorable mentions will be announced soon.
24.Jul.2014 The Stretch of the 2014 Competition
About a month to go before submissions are due for the 2014 competition! To answer a few more questions about this, aspects like what an “abode hub” is and whether this should be used for transport, are up to the architect. The 10m x 10m refers to not the total floor area, but the boundary. […]
17.May.2014 Competition Update
The August 31st submission date (by midnight) is approaching and entries have already begun to apply. Some architects have been asking questions, here are things to have in mind when entering: The competition is open for architectural students, teams, architects and interdisciplinary professionals. Each group or individual can enter an entry. While the brief asks […]