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29 October 2016

Archiprix SEA 2016 Winners

Congratulations to the winners of Archiprix SEA 2016 and to everyone who have participated in the event in Bandung!

1st Prize
Nguyen Xuan Bach
Hanoi Architectural University, Vietnam
Project Title: Trang Tien Cultural Centre of Reading

2nd Prize
Aphitchaya Wongnitchakul
Kasetsart University, Thailand
Project Title: Architecture on Duplexity: Customization/Prototype (The Palace Station and the Conservation of Archaelogical Sites under Museum Siam)

3rd Prize
Annisa Putri Cinderakasih
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia
Project Title: Museum of Woods – Experimentation of Space: Retour A L’Habitat

Honourable Mentions

Kritjarruwat Aphiranithan
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Project Title: Urban Mining

Tan Wen Jun
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Project Title: Hypernature Sentosa: Inhabitable Landscape for an Alternative Economy

7 September 2016

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

To help you with questions you may have about your upcoming trip to Bandung, we have prepared a list of FAQs. If you have any other questions, please email us at archiprixsea2016@nus.edu.sg

1. What is Archiprix SEA?
Archiprix SEA is the regional South East Asian counterpart of Archiprix International which has been celebrated biannually since 2001 in seven different cities from Europe, Asia, South America and North America. The aim of Archiprix International Hunter Douglas Awards is to stimulate the introduction of young, talented designers into the world of professional practice. The best graduation projects from schools of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture worldwide are invited to participate.

In addition to such an endeavour, Archiprix SEA aims to promote the awareness of good architectural design in the tropics and to encourage students to reflect upon the conditions of their urban, suburban and rural areas and particularly to think about specific attributes of localities to realize tangible ASEAN aspirations in the age of globalization and technological innovation.

2. Where will Archiprix SEA 2016 be held?
Archiprix SEA will be held in Bandung, Indonesia, at our host university, Institut Teknologi Bandung.

3. Who will be sponsored to participate in Bandung?
The final 20 shortlisted teams (up to 2 students and 1 tutor per project). See the results here.

4. I am required to submit an absence of leave from my school or employer. Will an official invitation letter be sent to me?
Please email us at archiprixsea2016@nus.edu.sg if you require an official invitation and we will prepare a soft copy invitation letter.

5. What are the travel dates?
15 to 20 October. The programme starts officially on 16th October, and participants will have to check out from their accommodation on 20th October.

6. Are my flight, accommodation and meals provided during my travel?
Yes, a return flight on economy class, accommodation and meals would be provided throughout your stay from 15 to 20 Oct.

Each student will share a room with another student of the same gender. Each tutor will be assigned a room individually.

7. What is the programme for the event?
You may view the programme here.

8. Do I need to apply for an Indonesian visa to travel to Bandung?
Visa is not required for ASEAN visitors, for a maximum stay of 30 days.

List of ASEAN nations: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam

For other nationalities, please check here on visa requirements.

9. I am not from any of the ASEAN nations and would need a visa to enter Bandung, Indonesia. What should I do?
Please get in touch with us at archiprixsea2016@nus.edu.sg and we will assist you in this matter.

10. Can I extend my stay in Bandung or in Indonesia?
You may choose to extend your stay in Bandung or Indonesia if you wish, but please let us know by email as soon as possible.

Please take note that in order for your return flight to be sponsored, you must leave from Bandung. You must also check out of the provided accommodations by 20th October, and source for alternative accommodations should you wish to extend your stay.

11. What should I pack?

  • Sufficient Sets of Clothes*
  • Covered Shoes**
  • Sufficient Sets of Undergarments
  • Toiletries (Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo, Body Wash etc)
  • Personal Medication (If required)
  • Writing Materials
  • 1 set of National Costume*** (that best represents your nation)

* No revealing clothes please
** Covered shoes must be worn at all times
*** E.g. Philippines – Barong/Baro at Saya, Vietnam – Ao Dai for ladies, Cambodia – Sampot, Krama scarf. Please ensure that your national costume is comfortable as you will be wearing it for the entirety of the Day 2 (17th October) Programme.