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A visually stunning location with a powerful heritage narrative that has been granted UNESCO World Heritage status, it is NML’s ambition to create a cohesive visitor experience that links storytelling, heritage, community, connectivity, and commercial income. It will be a catalyst for social and environmental improvements in the area.
The competition, managed by Colander Associates, is supported by £120,000 of funding from the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority (LCRA), as part of their Race Equality Programme. Taking in key landmarks, including the creation of pedestrian links to the Canning Dock, and bringing life to multiple buildings within the area, the brief for the project drew on the complexities of the site. Landscape designers, ar
Following an open call, which was launched in April 2021, the six shortlisted teams were identified from an extremely impressive pool of over 30 applicants, including both UK and international teams. And while it was no easy task for the jurors to reach the shortlist, they are confident that they have found six teams that will produce a range of inspiring and exciting responses to the Stage 2 competition brief.
“The Waterfront competition has been the toughest competition I’ve had to judge so far. The passion and incredibly high standard of applications has shown what a great city Liverpool is and just how much the docks mean, for not just the citizens of Liverpool, but the international community too.
“Trying to whittle down the applications was very difficult as they were all so brilliant and unique in their own way; it literally came down to the wire.”
The project addresses four aspects of the Canning Dock waterfront wh
The six shortlisted teams were selected by the judging panel, chaired by Paul Monaghan: Liverpool City Region, Design Champion and Founder of AHMM and including local repre
“As a Liverpudlian myself, I loved the inventiveness of some of the engagement ideas; the appreciation of the individuality of being Scouse and the acknowledgement that history (good and bad) needs recognition. It was a challenge to shortlist six. I am excited to see what emerges next in design terms.”
Those going through to Stage 2 are led by: Arup; Asif Khan Architects; BIG; DSDHA; OMMX;
“The standard of entries for the competition were of a very high calibre which made shortlisting very difficult. However, the final six shortlisted teams range from international to local, established to up-and-coming, and all the teams showed great diversity in their team members. I am looking forward to seeing what the shortlisted team produce for the second stage of the competition.”
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Amongst many things, in Stage 2, the jury panel will want to understand how each shortlisted team will approach the challenges and the opportunities inherent in this project, how they plan to interact with local stakeholders and community members while addressing perti
Each finalist team will receive a £10,000 honorarium and £5,000 for an i
The teams will also engage with the community and receive publ
An appointment is expected to be made in late September 2021.
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