After a successful first edition, the Ticino section of The Federation of Swiss Architects (BSA-FAS Ticino) is delighted to announce the second edition of Tomorrow. This competition of ideas is open to all architecture students enrolled at a Swiss university and young architects under the age of 30 with residency in Switzerland.
For this second edition, conceived in the shadow of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the still unresolved challenge of climate change, we have set the term resilience.
Resilience signifies the capacity to withstand adversity, to be able to recover from difficulties; to bounce back.
Resilience can also mean the ability for something to spring back into shape; to show elasticity.
Resilience can be hard or soft.
It could suggest a tiny gesture or a big one.
The topic may be interpreted in multiple ways; literally or more abstractly.
These questions are waiting to be addressed with an idea, a vision, a statement. We are not expecting a comprehensive study,
but a well-considered position or approach.
Registration by 30.08.22
Register on www.bsa-fas.ch
Complete the form “tomorrow?” and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Submission by 30.09.20
Material to be uploaded in the form below (online). A picture, a collage, a text, a video clip…
The submission format is free, but should be limited to one single document
Riccarda Guidotti, architect, President FAS Ticino, jury President
Mia Hägg, architect
Simon Hartmann, architect
Tibor Joanelly, architect, editor at werk, bauen+wohnen
Ludovica Molo, architect, Central President BSA-FAS
Francesca Morello, architect, Prize Winner "tomorrow?"
The jury will allocate a total amount of CHF 5,000 for prizes and mentions.
Selected works will form part of an exhibition at i2a, international institute of architecture in Lugano.
Simultaneously FAS Ticino will hold a public debate on the subject. Our media partner werk, bauen + wohnen will publish
a selection of entries.