Registration Period: Monday, April 11 - Sunday, September 11, 2011
＊Registration deadline will be extended to September 11, 2011.
The enormous damage of the devastating earthquake disproved the confidence in architecture and infrastructure in Japan.
While compared with the area which suffered the direct onslaught of the earthquake disaster, the damage to the capital city, Tokyo, might only be slight, now, it must be time to ask ourselves again, how architecture can prepare, resist, and make the future assuming the earthquake in Tokyo. Learning from 3.11, we hope to investigate and explore the new possibilities of architecture for the future with participants from all over the world.
- Mar. 31:Application for the scholarship ends
- Apr. 11:Registration begins
- Aug. 31:Registration ends
- Sep. 22:Check-in at NYC *1
- Sep. 23-27:Orientation, workshop, review meeting, exhibition and mini-lecture at NYC
- Sep. 28:Presentation and closing ceremony at COREDO *2, Report on YJ by Student board at TIF *3
- Sep. 29:Check-out at NYC
- *1 NYC: National Olympic Memorial Youth Center
*2 COREDO: COREDO Muromachi Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall
*3 TIF: Tokyo International Forum
Thomas Daniell (Association Professor at Kyoto Seika University, Japan)
You must be registered for UIA2011 TOKYO before you may apply for ‘Youth Jamboree’.
For detailed information, please refer to the following application guidelines.Youth Jamboree website
＊Application for Student Competition has been closed.
9:00 A.M. Tuesday, December 21, 2010 - 6:00 P.M. Tuesday, May 31, 2011
The International Union of Architects (UIA) students who study architecture around the world to an international design competition under the theme “DESIGN 2050” of UIA2011 TOKYO. The competition will seek the excellent design solutions to the following four themes.
The winner of the competition will make presentation of their proposals in UIA2011 TOKYO scheduled to be held in September 2011.
- Tsukuba Science City "Architectural Plan for International Medical and Nursing Center
- Tsuchiura City “New C.B.D. Sports and Transportation (Railroad/Port & Harbor) Hub Area Plan”
- Inashiki City “New Ecological City Plan”
- Kasumigaura Southern Coastal Region (K.S.C.R.) “Smart Region Plan”
For detailed information, please refer to the following application guidelines and the reference materials.
Presentation Schedule for Presenters
Please access the below button to confirm your presentation schedule.
The site is qualified for presenters only.
Submission deadline: Sunday, October 31, 2010
*Applications for Research Papers and Design Works have been closed.
The UIA2011 TOKYO Academic Program will provide architects, engineers, researchers and students from all over the world with the opportunity to express their opinions/proposals related to one of three sub themes of UIA2011 TOKYO: (1)Environment, (2)Cultural Exchange and (3)Life, in two categories: Research Papers and Design Works.
The authors whose abstracts have been selected will conduct oral/poster presentations in the UIA2011 TOKYO Academic Program from September 26 through 28, 2011.
For details, please refer to the following recruitment guidelines.
Application Guidelines (excerpts)
Design Works = Total of two A4-size pages incl. photos and diagrams in Adobe Acrobat PDF format