Arquitectum is pleased to announce the first competition topic of it’s relaunch will be an AI & Robotics Museum in Mexico City.
The competition seeks to generate imaginative and innovative solutions with sustainability (such as energy-efficient systems), flexibility, accessibility and the impact on existing surrounding structures and communities in mind. The design should be inspirational, innovative, transformative, sensitive to the area, contemporary or futuristic whilst adding to the dialogue of buildings and structures reshaping the identity of this area.
And it hopes to provider students, graduates and professional architects and designers with a unique opportunity to showcase vision, creativity and innovation in the continuing transformation and regeneration of an area that is fast become “The contemporary cultural hub” for the city of Mexico. This location with it’s rich industrial history and situated in proximity to the Museo Soumaya Art Museum and Museo Jumex museum, it offers an opportunity for another groundbreaking and breathtaking structure and a new landmark destination with both visual and experience for both local and international visitors.
As part of this exciting architecture challenge, architects and designers will be invited to replace the existing structure on the site with one that integrates or partially or fully isolates from the existing building on the site.
The competition is expected to open for registration from the 28 September 2023.
More information about this forthcoming competition will be published here on the Arquitectum platform and website.