Seven Rural Interventions is one of the Awarded projects at the International Architecture Awards 2018 hosted by Architecture Podium. Seven Rural Interventions designed by Studio North, Moskow Linn Architects was submitted under Pop-Ups & Temporary (Built) and was selected among the 586 Registrations received from the globe at IAA 2018. ‘International Architecture Awards 2018′ competition concluded successfully its submissions previous month, with some creative and innovative projects from across the globe under various building categories. Architecture Podium has been hosting these Awards for quite some years now and has gained great popularity among the architecture and design fraternity. With its panel of esteemed jury members comprising professionals and designers from various expertise, AP has been delivering quite astonishing projects as Winners of the Awards. Some of the past Winners includes names like Aedas, TerreformOne, Rockwell Group, Pepe Gascon Arquitectura, Morphogenesis, Dada & Partners, Nadaaa, XTEN Architecture, Mecanoo, ABIBOO Architecture and many more from across the globe etc.
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Global Architecture & Design Awards 2018 – Results
The seven projects were completed over a seven-year period during seven-day sessions with seven to ten students and two instructors working on each project.
All projects were built on a single farm in rural, Norwich VT.
All projects include a standard kit of parts including two by framing members, galvanized metal fasteners, translucent fiberglass and timbers gathered on site.
Each project has a distinct program and requirements.
Chicken Chapel – a home for a growing flock of barn yard fowl.
Rolling Pig Pen – an enclosure for porcine that moves thru the field as the inhabitants both cultivate and fertilize the soil.
Birch Pavilion – a chapel for solace, memory, occasional small gathering and celebrations.
Consumable Sugar Shack – a structure for making maple syrup where the timber walls are deconstructed during the sugaring season.
Wilderness Pavilion – a place to “glamp” (camp out) with friends and appreciate a towering white pine forest.
Viewing Structure – a portable room that is moved to focus on a specific view.
Mobile Sauna – a heat chamber fired by a wood burning stove and greenhouse – for post sauna relaxation.
Construction costs for each project is seven to ten thousand dollars for materials. Labor is provided by the student participants and instructors.