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COMPETITION

  • TARGET

    Selection of the best architectural and planning concept for the renovation of the city of Norilsk until 2035, which determines the optimal parameters and solutions for the development of the city in accordance with modern approaches to architecture, urban planning and urban technologies.

  • FORMAT

    Open

    International

    Two-stage

  • PARTICIPANTS

    Professional organizations in the field of integrated development of territories and urban planning, architecture, design, development of concepts for the development of public spaces, master planning, operating in Russia and capable of attracting specialists in the field of economics, finance, content programming to the team.


  • JURY

    Representatives of government authorities, PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel, Norilsk Development Agency, experts in the field of integrated development of territories, ecology, economics and spatial planning, marketing and communications, technologies and innovations from Russia and abroad.

  • FINALISTS

    Based on the results of the first stage, on the basis of the portfolio and essays, 3 finalists will be selected, who will be engaged in the development of competitive proposals.

  • PRIZE FUND

    The three finalists who will develop the final bids will be paid a reward of 2,000,000 rubles. everyone, including all taxes and fees. Based on the results of the jury meeting, the finalists, in accordance with the distribution of prizes, will be paid an additional payment, including all taxes and fees, in the appropriate amount.

  • 1nd place

    6 500 000 rub.

  • 2nd place

    5 000 000 rub.

  • 3nd place

    4 000 000 rub.

*Financing of the Competition is carried out from extrabudgetary funds
  • 13 July

    Holding a press conference. Start of the Competition

    13 July

    Holding a press conference. Start of the Competition

  • 13 - 21 September

    Acceptance of competitive applications

    13 - 21 September

    Acceptance of competitive applications

  • 29 July

    Hosting an installation webinar

    29 July

    Hosting an installation webinar

  • 7 October

    Meeting of the Expert Council

    7 October

    Meeting of the Expert Council

  • 19 October

    Jury meeting. Selection of 3 finalists of the Competition

    19 October

    Jury meeting. Selection of 3 finalists of the Competition

  • 20 October

    Research Presentation

    20 October

    Research Presentation

  • 16 - 17 November

    Conducting an orientation workshop for the finalists

    16 - 17 November

    Conducting an orientation workshop for the finalists

  • 17 February

    Deadline for accepting Bids

    17 February

    Deadline for accepting Bids

  • 15 March

    Meeting of the Expert Council

    15 March

    Meeting of the Expert Council

  • 22 March

    Jury meeting. Selection of the winner of the Competition

    22 March

    Jury meeting. Selection of the winner of the Competition

исследование

Комплексная оценка потенциала развития г. Норильска.

competitive territory

Карта
Карта
Border:
municipal formation «City of Norilsk» human settlement
Airport "Norilsk"
  • 1935

    year of foundation

  • 183,3 thsd. p.

    population of Norilsk as of 01.01.2021

  • 40,7 thsd. p.km

    population density of Norilsk as of 01.01.2021

  • 26,1 km

    total area of Norilsk as of 01.01.2021

JURY*

  • Maxim Mironov
    Maxim Mironov
    Director of ANO "Norilsk Development Agency"
  • Dmitry Karasev
    Dmitry Karasev
    Head of the city of Norilsk (chairman of the jury)
  • Dmitry Sviridov
    Dmitry Sviridov
    Deputy Chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
  • Sergey Kozupitsa
    Sergey Kozupitsa
    Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
  • Elena Zvonareva
    Elena Zvonareva
    Deputy Minister of Construction of the Krasnoyarsk Territory
  • Konstantin Shumov
    Konstantin Shumov
    Chief Architect of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, head of control service in the field urban planning activities in the Krasnoyarsk Territory
  • Alexander Pestryakov
    Alexander Pestryakov
    Chairman of the Norilsk City Council deputies
  • Alexey Weller
    Alexey Weller
    Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation, acting President of the Association for Economic Cooperation "Union of the Cities of the Arctic and the Far North"
  • Yulia Fartushina
    Yulia Fartushina
    Head of Urban Environment Design Department Department of Urban Planning and Land Use of the Administration of the city of Norilsk. Main architect of Norilsk
  • Sergey Tkachenko
    Sergey Tkachenko
    Deputy Director of ZF PJSC "MMC" Norilsk Nickel "for asset development
  • Nikolay Utkin
    Nikolay Utkin
    Senior Vice President, Head of the Norilsk Division of PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel
  • Igor Sukhotin
    Igor Sukhotin
    Director of the Social Policy Department of MMC Norilsk Nickel PJSC
  • Keys Donkers
    Keys Donkers
    Architect and urbanist, the ideological reformer of Eindhoven during the crisis of the 1990s into the most important design and scientific center, one of the founders of the Dutch Design Week exhibition
  • Sergey Choban
    Sergey Choban
    Head of architectural bureaus SPICH (Russia) and Tchoban Voss Architekten (Germany)
  • Evgeny Zykov
    Evgeny Zykov
    Architect, Chairman of the Union of Architects of Krasnoyarsk
  • Anton Finogenov
    Anton Finogenov
    Deputy General Director of the DOM.RF Foundation, Moscow
  • Irina Alekseeva
    Irina Alekseeva
    Head of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning under the Head of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Chief Architect of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
*Organizer may introduce changes to the competition jury.

EXPERT COUNCIL*

  • Irina Peretyatko
    Irina Peretyatko
    Deputy Head of Norilsk for Economics
  • Natalia Korosteleva
    Natalia Korosteleva
    Deputy Head of Norilsk for Social Policy
  • Tatiana Shulgina
    Tatiana Shulgina
    Deputy Director of the Municipal Government Institution «Management of Housing and Communal Services», Norilsk
  • Dmitry Dubrov
    Dmitry Dubrov
    Rector of the Norilsk State Industrial Institute
  • Zhanna Petukhova
    Zhanna Petukhova
    Director of the Research Center for Construction Technologies and Monitoring the Condition of Buildings and Structures in the Northern Arctic Territories, Norilsk
  • Dmitry Samorodov
    Dmitry Samorodov
    Head of the Municipal Government Institution «Overhaul and Construction Directorate», Norilsk
  • Alexander Kholodnov
    Alexander Kholodnov
    Expert on the development of northern cities, general director of LLC «URBAN PRO», St. Petersburg
  • Julia Kuznetsova
    Julia Kuznetsova
    Architect, General Director of the Red Business Design and Architectural Environment Studio, Krasnoyarsk
  • Oleg Mikhailenko
    Oleg Mikhailenko
    Director of JSC «Territorial Urban Development Institute Krasnoyarskgrazhdanproekt»
  • Alexey Myakota
    Alexey Myakota
    Architect, member of the Union of Architects, urban planner, author of residential and public buildings, interiors, Krasnoyarsk
  • Irina Soboleva
    Irina Soboleva
    Architect, ex-chief architect of the city of Norilsk, associate professor of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, Vyatka State University
*Organizer may introduce changes to the competition expert council.

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  • Formation of color and light design codes

    Formation of color and light design codes

    Formation of color and light design codes

    When building northern cities, it is necessary to structure their coloristic environment, taking into account the formation of its different-scale perception.

    In order to take into account the influence of light or chromatic contrast on the overall color perception for the architectural complexes of the North, the following can be distinguished as key color solutions:

    • the formation of the tone unity of wide panoramas and the general array of buildings and their support with the palette of the local landscape;
    • the use of additional methods to improve the search, detection and identification of buildings in the regions of the North, based on the peculiarities of visual perception (the use of a contrasting pattern of the correct geometric shape on the facades of buildings);
    • the use of increased color contrast and avoidance of gray expressionless tones;
    • the formation of the coloristic system of the city, based on the principles of polychrome zoning, the historical and cultural conditionality of color structures, the organic connection with the natural environment, the identification of the aesthetic and compositional idea of the city.
  • Using the principles of energy efficient construction

    Using the principles of energy efficient construction

    Using the principles of energy efficient construction

    Transport costs and isolation, as well as the harsh climate that characterize Arctic cities, necessitate energy efficient construction approaches in the Arctic.

    Basic principles of energy efficient construction in the Arctic:

    • zoning of the inside-house area (division into buffer and residential zones and the location of auxiliary premises from the north as buffer zones);
    • panoramic facade glazing for deeper penetration of sunlight inside buildings;
    • weather regulation of heating equipment in the framework of energy saving;
    • preservation of heat and light due to the thermal resistance of the outer walls, high-quality external thermal insulation of buildings and thoughtful air exchange inside, as well as the heat recovery system (when ventilation systems are operating);
    • use of alternative energy sources (solar, wind, geothermal).
  • Urban development principles of northern cities

    Urban development principles of northern cities

    Urban development principles of northern cities

    In order to minimize the influence of strong winds and snowstorms characteristic of the Arctic territories, the city-forming principles for the development of northern cities are as follows:

    • closed-loop construction of blocks;
    • adherence to certain rules when forming a functional planning organization on the territory of the quarter, such as:
    • placement in the northern part of residential buildings within the boundaries of the wind shadow from neighboring buildings, trees or hills;
    • in the southern part of the territory, residential buildings themselves serve as a protective barrier for adjacent yards and playgrounds;
    • the formation of narrow spaces and minimal areas / gaps between houses;
    • the use of predominantly simple profiles and geometric shapes in the construction of facades and roofs of buildings.
  • Special solutions for the formation of an urban environment for northern cities

    Special solutions for the formation of an urban environment for northern cities

    Special solutions for the formation of an urban environment for northern cities

    The severity of the climate, which determines the historical monotony of urban spaces, has in recent years been shaping the special features of the urban environment of northern cities, including:

    • the introduction of art objects into the urban environment to revitalize and diversify public spaces;
    • integration of the internal space with the surrounding internal environment, including through panoramic glazing, the use of natural materials, etc.;
    • the creation of winter gardens and greenhouses, embodying the atmosphere of eternal summer;
    • transfer of the function of open public spaces to indoor spaces for the purpose of their all-season use, including during uncomfortable climatic seasons;
    • the use of original MAF, art objects and other elements of street design that form the identity of the Nordic countries;
    • the use of adaptive MAF and street design elements, including the placement of heated bus stop pavilions, heated benches, etc.
  • Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Arktisk Kultursenter, Hammerfest, Norway. The Arctic Cultural Center is home to events dedicated to art, culture and public debate. The Arctic Cultural Center is part of a large coastal redevelopment program in Hammerfest.

    The architecture of the building expresses openness, accessibility and creative energy. The Cultural Center is a multipurpose building with flexible, adaptable spaces that can be converted into creative workshops, theater, dance studio or cinema.

    Recommended trends:

    • interaction of the object and its surrounding natural environment;
    • active influence on city-wide architecture, the creation of new socio-cultural ties;
    • orientation of buildings for multifunctional use;
    • creation of spaces capable of transformation.
  • Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Creation of multifunctional event centers

    Park of Future Generations SAKHA_Z in Yakutsk is a new type of educational space that combines the functions of a park and a citywide event center, focused on developing talents and supporting Yakut youth.

    The territory will create a lot of opportunities for walks and sports, various outdoor events. The space takes into account the interests of all age groups of city residents, but is focused primarily on young people from the nearby university.

    Recommended trends:

    • multifunctionality of architectural objects;
    • integration into the existing urban environment;
    • combination of functions of the park and the city event center.

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