Red Square Tolerance Pavilion Winners Announced!
The winners of HMMD’s latest architecture competition have been selected from over 120 submissions from architecture enthusiasts from around the world. The competition challenged participants to design a temporary pavilion for the education of social, political and religious tolerance, to be erected in Russia’s Red Square, Moscow.
The quality of the submissions was extremely high and the winners were chosen for the strength of their concept, originality, quality of their presentation and, most importantly, political and social influence of their design. The judges placed a particular focus on each project's concept and its respective ability to manifest the idea of tolerance and leave a strong impact on this politically-charged site.
HMMD would like to thank all the entrants who took part and are extremely proud of the winning designs. The three winning concepts came from design teams based in Italy, Norway and France respectively, showing how the theme of tolerance is important and relevant in countries spanning the globe and that world-class design is universal.
see results here