Part C: Model of master plan (1:200 scale; site footprint to be issued at commencement of Stage Two) Part D: Fee tender (sealed envelope with fee proposalâ€”form to be issued at commencement of Stage Two). This will not be opened until after the winner is selected. Parts A, B, and C to be submitted in a single package, separately marked with the unique registration number, together with an electronic copy on a USB memory stick. Part D to be delivered in protective packaging, similarly marked with unique registration number. The jury will select the finalists and winner. The jury consists of professionals, staff, and officials, described elsewhere.
Evaluation The jury may decide to appoint a representative panel, including specific technical and professional expertise, to support them. The jury may choose to interview Stage Two finalists face-to-face at a convenient time during the conclusion of the assessment process. This is not yet decided. A resolution will be made by the jury at the commencement of Stage Two. Assessment at both stages will follow similar principles. The jury will have access to every submission. At Stage One, due to the large number of anticipated submissions, the supporting panel may filter and sift the submissions. At Stage Two, the supporting panel may provide analysis and technical scrutiny of each submission.
Guggenheim Helsinki Design Competition