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2015 Feb 02



BIMobject Launches Competition for Architects, Designers

 

 

 

MALMÖ, Sweden, Jan 28, 2015 – BIMobject has invited young designers to participate in the “Flow/Space” Competition, 2015. This year’s theme is about creating an inspiring atmosphere within a section of a shopping center. We look forward to receiving your designs and presenting the winners with some amazing prizes!

1st place – One 11-inch MacBook Air
2nd place – One Leaf Lamp Pendant 80, design by Peter Schumacher
3rd place – One 16 GB iPad mini 2 with Wi-Fi

BIMobject freely distributes high-quality digital replicas of manufactured products from various sectors and industries through a cloud based catalogue. This event will recognize creative ideas using BIM objects within BIM applications.

Brief

Participants are invited to create an interior from a template created by BIMobject. The participant is required to create their space with a target audience, theme and brand name. When creating the space, only interior BIM objects, such as Green Furniture Concept (as well as others) from the BIMobject Portal should be used. Green Furniture Concept’s products come in various shapes, colors and materials; these are an excellent start to create atmosphere and flow within a gathering/meeting place.

Entries will be judged based on the premises of flow, space and the atmosphere around gathering/meetings places.

Submissions must be completed no later than February 27, 2015. The winners will be announced at info.bimobject.com/competition on March 13, 2015.

For more information,participation or to see submitted projects, please visit info.bimobject.com/competition.

About BIMobject

BIMobject is a game changer for the construction industry worldwide with its cloud based portal offering development, maintenance and syndication of digital replicas – BIM objects – of manufactured building and interior products.

The marketing and pre-sales services associated with the portal are channeled and integrated, through specialized software, into CAD/BIM applications to create a business-to-business communication across the globe.

Manufacturers use BIMobject to promote and deliver their products directly into BIM processes enabling their products to be selected and generate a real improvement in sales.

For more information, please visit http://bimobject.com/.

2014 Mar 05



Jonas Dahlberg wins Norway memorial competition

Swedish artist Jonas Dahlberg has been named the winner of the closed competition announced by KORO/Public Art Norway to design the July 22, 2011 memorial sites in Norway. The 2011 Norway attacks were two sequential lone wolf terrorist attacks against the government, the civilian population and a Workers’ Youth League-run camp in the Oslo region on July 22, 2011, claiming a total of 77 lives.

Designed using ArchiCAD and rendered in Artlantis, Dahlberg’s concept begins at Sørbråten. Here, he proposes a wound or a cut within the landscape itself to recreate the physical experience of something being taken away, and to reflect the abrupt and permanent loss of those who died on Utøya. The cut will be a 3.5 meter wide excavation running from the top of the headland at the Sørbråten site to below the waterline and extending to each side. This gap in the landscape will make it impossible to reach the end of the headland.

The jury “considers Dahlberg’s proposal for Sørbråten as artistically highly original and interesting. It is capable of conveying and confronting the trauma and loss that the 22 July events resulted in in a daring way. The proposal is radical and brave, and evokes the tragic events in a physical and direct manner.”

The material excavated from the cut at Sørbråten will be used to build the foundation for the temporary memorial at the Government Quarter in Oslo, and will also subsequently serve as the foundation for the permanent memorial there.

To view a gallery of the winning entry, please click here.

About Jonas Dahlberg

Jonas Dahlberg was born in 1970 in Uddevalla, and lives and works in Stockholm. He studied architecture at the Faculty of Engineering, LTH, at Lund and went on to study at Malmø Art Academy. Dahlberg has had exhibitions at a number of large galleries and institutions around the world, including the 50th Biennale di Venezia, Kunsthalle Wien, Kunstmuseum Stuttgardt, Prospect II New Orleans and Moderna Museet in Stockholm. He represented Sweden at the São Paulo Art Biennial in 2004. That same year, he participated in the Norwegian biennial for contemporary art Momentum in Moss.

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