The working session of the jury of the International Competition for the Architectural Design of the Governmental Historic and Cultural Complex on the Grounds of the Former Order Castle Königsberg (Post-castle) took place on 8-9 September 2015 at the premises of the Museum of the World Ocean.
At the press-conference on 9th September the Chaiman of the international jury Bart Goldhoorn, the Governor ad interim of the Kaliningrad Region Nikolay Tsukanov and the City Mayor Alexander Yaroshuk opened envelopes with names of the authors of the winning entries.
The 1st prize winning entry, reg.no 311 - application from Alexander Timokhin (Kaliningrad), project author - Anton Sagal (Kaliningrad/Milan)
2nd prize, entry 131 - "Studio 44", Team Leader - Nikita Yavein (St. Petersburg)
3rd prize, entry 107 - Marco Tapia Lopez and Carmen Figueiras Lorenzo (Spain)
3rd prize, entry 007 - [A+M]² Architects, Team leader - Marcello Galiotto, PhD Architect, co-authors: Alessandra Rampazzo Architect and Pietro Colonna Architect (Italy)
Special mention of the jury, entry 173 -"Arthur Sarnits - Kenigsberg" LTD (Kaliningrad)
At the working session, the international jury recommended the following six entries to participate in online voting: no 311, no 131, no. 107, no. 007, no. 173 and no. 101.
The open online voting was conducted from 5th October till 6th November 2015. The entry no. 173 by Arthur Sarnits - Königsberg Ltd. team was considered by internet users to be the best. More information about the results of the online voting can be found here .
The final exhibition of competition entries was opened in the Kaliningrad regional museum of arts and history on 26 October 2015. Every Saturday, at 12:00, the specialists of the Bureau conduct guide tours around the exhibition. The exhibition is planned to run during November-December 2015.
Below please find the Protocol of the Working Session of the Jury from 8-9 September 2015.
Following the announcement of the competition results, in accordance with the contract, the author of the winning entry Anton Sagal submitted a new video visualizing his idea.
All forty nine entries are available for download below.