Authors Martin Arfalk / Mandaworks AB
Patrick Verhoeven / Mandaworks AB
Cyril Pavlů / Mandaworks AB
Emeline Lex / Mandaworks AB
Pia Kante / Mandaworks AB
Kinga Zemła / Mandaworks AB
Siyu Lu / Mandaworks AB
Cooperating persons Mgr. Jan Richtr
Tim Schnoor / Ekologigruppen AB
Mgr. Linda Kovářová, Ph.D.
Ing. Kateřina Lagner Zímová
Ing. Květoslav Syrový / Syrový – dopravní ateliér, s.r.o.
Jury Evaluation As in phase 1 of the competition, the jury appreciates the clear, thought-out and comprehensible overall concept that respects the newly-emerging landscape. Of the competition proposals presented, this one takes most account of the natural conditions of Lake Milada and its close surroundings, while respecting its current condition and making highly-specific proposals for a design that would lead to development and stabilisation of the nature of nearby ecosystems. The model for the direction of the landscape development presented here appears to be sustainable and acceptable over the long-term.
The unifying design of architectural interventions has the potential to positively contribute to the character of the area and create a brand for the place. The jury appreciates the easy gradual feasibility and flexibility of using architectural interventions as destinations in the landscape with maximum impact on the image of the area.
The team demonstrates an enhanced ability to clearly and comprehensibly articulate strategies and rules for the way forward that appear to be generally applicable to Milada. The concept is not based on grand new structures or complexes, is flexible and is not therefore a priori dependent on economic boom - the competition proposal seems feasible.
Authors Tomáš Ctibor, FRICS, CRE / 4ct, s.r.o.
Mark Johnson, FASLA / CIVITAS, Inc.
Christopher Parezo, AICP / CIVITAS, Inc.
Ing. Zdeněk Sendler / Atelier zahradní a krajinářské architektury Sendler
Ing. arch. Jiří Hanzlík / Bauhanz s.r.o., sdružení COLL COLL
Cooperating persons Federico Parolotto / Mobility in Chain, Srl.
Ing. Petr Soldán / Atelier DPK, s.r.o.
Mgr. Ondřej Mulíček, Ph.D. / Altimapo s.r.o.
Ing. Marek Viskot / Hydroprogress, s.r.o.
Ing. Jiří Tencar, Ph.D. / Ecoten, s.r.o.
Fakulta životního prostředí, ČZU v Praze
Ing. Vladimír Zdražil, Ph.D. / ČZU v Praze
Ing. Zdeněk Keken / ČZU v Praze
Jury Evaluation The competition proposal presents a comprehensive approach to
the area which not only brings good landscape management and adds a number of activities to the area, but also emphasises the possible restoration of appropriately-designed residential use. All the layers
of the competition proposal are elaborated in a great detail, although the clear direction of the area as a whole is somewhat lacking.
The jury appreciates detailed work with the landscape. The proposed resultant landscape draws on the existing structure of reclamation with a clear aim at approximating to the original cultural landscape. However, questions remain in regard to the management of this landscape, the jury doubts the sustainability of this concept.
The competition proposal offers a catalogue of interventions, with the setting of rules and their natural typological rationalisation.
The central architectural intervention on the lake – the island of Vyklice – has the potential to become an interesting tourist attraction.
The competition proposal puts forward a strategy for a gradual flexible development, management and sustainability of the area and comes across as very realistic. A comprehensive strategy for the development and financing of the plan is presented, organised into 3 phases. The final phase indicates possibilities for the further development of sporting and cultural facilities to revitalise the outdoor economy in the area adjacent to Milada.
Authors Dipl. Ing. Till Rehwaldt / Rehwaldt Landscape Architects
B.Env.D., M.LA Garth Woolison / Rehwaldt Landscape Architects
Ing. arch. Adéla Chmelová / Rehwaldt Landscape Architects
Ing. arch. Patrik Hoffman / atelier Hoffman
MgA. Tomáš Černý / atelier Hoffman
Ing. Ondřej Kalivoda, Ph.D. / KOplan ateliér územního plánování
Ing. Zuzana Skřivanová, Ph.D. / / Agroplan spol. s r.o.
Ing. Markéta Hendrychová, Ph.D. / ČZU v Praze, Fakulta životního prostředí
Cooperating persons Ing. Anežka Bauerová
Jury Evaluation The jury appreciates the high-quality, legible and simple concept of the landscape, one that offers a balanced relationship of recreation and landscape, as well as a comprehensive approach to the relationship between surrounding residential areas and the landscape.
The competition proposal puts forward a grand design that responds to the size of the area and that, while natural, is a man-made area. The jury appreciates the concept of a large wooden promenade linking Trmicka and the main beach and the panoramic viewpoints, which could become a strong element of the area.
However, the jury did not note any significant shift and response to
the jury‘s suggestions in regard to the minor architectural interventions. The jury therefore considers the proposed interventions in the existing structure of the landscape (associated with the creation of orchards and vineyards).
Authors Djamel Klouche / l’AUC
Giacomo Summa / Baukuh
Catherine Mosbach / Mosbach Paysagistes
Roberto D’Agostino / ED.S.r.l.
Philippe Gasser / Citec
Giovanni Carrosio / Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Trieste
Thierry Maytraud / ATM
Alena Svehlova / Hydratec
Andrea De Toni / Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies
Silvia Ronchi / Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies
Andrea Arcidiacono / Politecnico di Milano, Department of Architecture and Urban Studies