Call for Artists, Architects and Designers: “Five Senses” Design Hotel! | ITSLIQUID

Call for Artists, Architects and Designers: “Five Senses” Design Hotel!

Calls | September 26, 2012 |

Call for Artists, Architects and Designers: “Five Senses” Design Hotel!
Deadline: October 10, 2012

Luca Curci Architects asks artists, architects and designers from all over the world, to join a new project: styling the interior design of an exclusive five-room hotel, based on the five senses’ theme.

The Design Hotel stands at the first floor of a high-class building of the end of the 19th century, in the centre of Bari, nearby the historical Petruzzelli Theatre. It consists of five rooms (each room will be dedicated to one sense) plus the hall and breakfast room.

The interior of this new Design Hotel, projected by Luca Curci Architects, will be based on the main concept of the 5 senses: each room will be dedicated to only one of the five senses and its style will reflect them through the use of different furniture, materials, shapes and colours. The Hotel’s guests will live a different and total experience and their senses will be stimulated and delighted in every room.

How to participate
Participation is open to: artists, architects and designers, associate groups and studios, from all over the world, without age limit.

To take part in the project, send us an abstract in which you describe how you would interpret every sense related to each room (five lines for each sense). Please send your CV, contacts and all the documents by email to lucacurci@lucacurci.com

You can propose colours, materials and furniture but you can’t change anything about ceilings, floors and architectural distribution.

To structure your concept, you can download the PDF of hotel’s location and technical boards with plans and photos of each room here

To download the complete guidelines click here

Selection
A jury will select the best five projects (one for each sense/room). Winners will receive every kind of editable files and supports to create their 3D and 2D room’s project.

Jury
President
Luca Curci | Architect, artist and director of Luca Curci Architects and It’s LIQUID communication platform
Members
IDONOTHING | Designer, editor and project coordinator of It’s LIQUID Group
Marica Denora | Writer and project coordinator of International ArtExpo
Zsófia Dobay | Architect at Luca Curci Architects
Cristiano Cervino | Associate of Luca Curci Architects

Prizes
– Winners’ interior design projects will be realised in the Hotel’s room;
– winners’ signature will be printed on their room’s wall forever;
– winners will be inserted with their projects on Luca Curci Architects’ official website, Five Senses Hotel’s brochures and website, opening’s invitations and press releases, publications, hotels’ search engines and every other kind of advertising related to the Hotel;
– winners will be advertised on It’s LIQUID Group by press office services and newsletter service to over than 80,000 subscribers.

Please send your abstracts and all required documents by email to lucacurci@lucacurci.com

About
Luca Curci Architects has experience with residential projects, offices, urban planning and designing public spaces as well as smaller structures, interior design and reconstructions. Luca Curci architects is open to collaborative relationships with various design and engineering firms. More: www.lucacurci.com/architecture

It’s LIQUID is a web based information platform dedicated to world wide distribution of information about calls for entries, exhibitions and events at some of the world’s leading art galleries, museums and foundations selected. Founded in 2005, It’s LIQUID has already built a readership of more than 80,000 qualified subscribers. Among them architects, designers, artists, collectors, art critics, curators, dealers, and other personalities of the International art, architecture and design world. It’s LIQUID is based on fluidity, motion, connection and accessibility. Making things easy to do. Welcome. More details at www.itsliquid.com

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