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Competition: Tokyo Replay Center

architecture competition for students: Tokyo Replay Center  / January, 31, 2013
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The aim of this competition is to develop a new leisure center in central Tokyo. The center must fit with the lifestyle of Japanese society while offering a new method of entertainment designed especially for them.

The Tokyo Replay Center is a new concept of entertainment. A complex with numerous private media rooms (similar to the popular karaoke rooms) where groups of friends can go to see old anime, to watch classic films, or to play video games in a private setting where they can feel comfortable.

For the same price that a karaoke session or an informal dinner would cost, people could rent a private room and be entertained with some of the best Japanese technological entertainment. The space has to be equipped with the best technology in audio and video quality while also offering an extensive menu of food and drinks to complete the experience.

The Tokyo Replay Center aspires to become a reference point in this culture of leisure, a must for the "otaku" (people with a keen interest in manga, anime, and video games) and all people interested in technology. It would be a place where you could find the latest releases as well as the most desirable classics.

Student Competition: Tokyo Replay Center

THE SITE
Akihabara is internationally known as the meeting point for otaku people around the world. Gadgets and products are for sale everywhere. Innovation and tradition meet at a single point.

There is no better place for the Tokyo Replay Center than this central district of Tokyo. It is full of shops where you can buy new items, used, share equipment, etc. Akihabara Station is also one of the most important stations in Tokyo.

The urban grid of Akihabara is made up of very narrow and very long plots. All of these conditions, put together with the high density of Tokyo's urbanization forces most of the buildings in the neighborhood to grow in height.

The site chosen for the competition is in a typically Japanese plot, just a few meters from the station.

CALENDAR & FEES
16SEP'12 - 18NOV'12: Special registration (50€ + TAX*)
19NOV'12 - 16DEC'12: Early registration (75€ + TAX*)
17DEC'12 - 15JAN'13: Regular registration (100€ + TAX*)
31JAN'13: Submision deadline
27FEB'13: Winners announced

*21% TAX must be applied to all prices

By following the links below you'll be able to read and download further information about the competition:
Brief: http://es.archmedium.com/Concursos/TRC/Descargas/TRC_EN_Bases.pdf
Posters: http://es.archmedium.com/Concursos/TRC/Descargas/TRC_Poster.pdf
Trailer: http://youtu.be/s6b4-KI4gH0
Other information: http://en.archmedium.com/Concursos/TRC/Downloads.php

See also:

Camelot Reseach & Visitors Center
Buenos Aires High Performance
Competition: Aurora Borealis Arctic Observatory
Architectural competition stcRIO
Rethinking Mallorca's Seafront
New York Theater City
Viena House of Music (VHOM)
Olympic museum of Athens

 

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