Call for international designs for north Tortoise Hill area
The Wuhan Land Use and Urban Spatial Planning Research Center announced on the website of UNHabitat that it is now accepting proposals from international students for the design of the northern areas of Tortoise Hill.
At the confluence of the Yangtze River and the Han River, the northern areas of Tortoise Hill have rivers, lakes, cultural relics, and other geographic features. There are 10 places, such as the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge and ancient Qintai, that are under protection. How to highlight the value of the Yangtze River cultural relics is the challenge in its design.
This competition is open to applicants from students majoring in urban planning, urban design, architecture, landscape building, urban economy and other relevant majors. Students may work individually or in a group. Registration information can be found on the websites unhabitat. org and fukuoka.unhabitat.org.
Experts from the UN-Habitat and the Wuhan Land Use and Urban Spatial Planning Research Center will evaluate submissions. Three groups will be selected and invited to join Space Construction Week in November in Wuhan.