International Design Competition on for 'Tsunami Memorial'

on Thursday 22 September 2005 - 14:15:17 | by admin

The Government of Thailand has selected a site in the Khao Lak - Lamru National Park in Phangnga Province, on the hardest hit area in Thailand, to build a Tsunami Memorial as a permanent tribute to those who lost their lives.

The Tsunami Memorial will be created through a two-stage international design competition. Stage I is conceptual design which is open to professional architects, designers, artists and laypersons. A jury consisting of prominent design professional from Thailand and other countries will select finalists, who will then be invited to further develop their concept in Stage II of the competition. A second jury will review these designs and recommend the best design for submitting to the Government of Thailand in May 2006.

For more information regarding this competion please visit
http://www.tsunamimemorial.or.th
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The Government of Thailand has selected a site in the Khao Lak - Lamru National Park in Phangnga Province, on the hardest hit area in Thailand, to build a Tsunami Memorial as a permanent tribute to those who lost their lives.

The Tsunami Memorial will be created through a two-stage international design competition. Stage I is conceptual design which is open to professional architects, designers, artists and laypersons. A jury consisting of prominent design professional from Thailand and other countries will select finalists, who will then be invited to further develop their concept in Stage II of the competition. A second jury will review these designs and recommend the best design for submitting to the Government of Thailand in May 2006.

For more information regarding this competion please visit
http://www.tsunamimemorial.or.th
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