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AQUATICCENTER 2005–2006 ACSA-AMERICAN INSITUTE OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION CATEGORY I COMMUNITY AQUATIC CENTER CATEGORY II OPEN INTRODUCTION The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) is pleased to announce the sixth annual student design competition for the 2005–2006 academic year.
Administered by ACSA and sponsored by American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), the program is intended to challenge students, working individually or in teams, to explore a variety of design issues related to the use of steel in design and construction. THE CHALLENGE The ACSA-AISC 2005–2006 Student Design Competition will offer architecture students the opportunity to compete in two separate categories.
Category I will challenge architecture students to design a Community Aquatic Center in an urban setting. Category II will be an open competition with restrictions. Students may not enter both categories of the competition. CRITERIA FOR JUDGING Criteria for the judging of submissions will include: creative use of structural steel in the design solution, successful response of the design to its surrounding context, and successful response to basic architectural concepts such as human activity needs, structural integrity, and coherence of architectural vocabulary. ACSA-AISC STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION • 2 COMPETITION ORGANIZERS ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATION The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture is a nonprofit, membership association founded in 1912 to advance the quality of architectural education. The school membership in ACSA has grown from 10 charter members to over 250 schools in several membership categories. These include full membership for all accredited programs in the United States and government-sanctioned schools in Canada, candidate membership for schools seeking accreditation, and affiliate membership for schools for two-year and international programs.
Through these schools, over 4,000 architecture f...






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