Title: The Tili Wine Italy Guest Homes competition
Closing date for registration: 1 NOVEMBER, 2022
Closing date for submission: 6 DECEMBER, 2022
Organizers: Buildner - architecture competition organisers & TILI
Prizes: The total award budget is 10,000 € + Construction, which is envisioned to be distributed among the following award categories:1st prize 4,000 € 2nd prize 2,500 €, 3rd prize1,000 €, GAUDI KNOWLEDGE ASSOCIATION AND INNGENIUM LAB FAVOURITE AWARD 1,000 €.
The Tili Wine Italy Guest Homes competition is a collaboration with Tili Vini Italy, a boutique winery that produces a range of high-quality organic wines. All the wine produced in the winery is done so using organic and sustainable methods, without using any chemicals and investing in new technology that reduces the amount of CO2 produced.
Tili Vini Italy has introduced a number of processes that result in their winery having a negative carbon footprint, such as manually pruning and harvesting their crops by hand, using photovoltaic solar panels for electricity, and bottling using only recycled glass and natural cork.
For the Tili Wine Italy Guest Homes competition, participants are being asked to design a collection of five guest homes located on the property that could accommodate up to five couples at a time. The main purpose of these guest homes is to promote and encourage visitors to take part in the wine tasting experiences available at the vineyard, with a comfortable living space as well as a small wellness area.
Submitted designs should have a strong focus on sustainability and be environmentally conscious at all stages, from construction through to the day-to-day operation of the guest homes. As Tili Vini Italy is planning the construction of the selected design concepts, projects should be considerate of the owners’ heritage and business philosophy, incorporating a love of wine making and harmony with nature in their designs.
The Tili winery exports around 90,000–100,000 bottles a year to wine lovers in Japan, USA, Denmark, Austria, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and Sweden. The winery itself sits across the hills that flank the town of Assisi in Italy, a land rich in history, peaceful saints, and a centuries-old tradition of wine and oil. Photos Credit: Buildner
The competition is open to all. No professional qualification is required. Design proposals can be developed individually or by teams [4 team members maximum]. Correspondence with organizers must be conducted in English; All information submitted by participants must be in English
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