Bernard Tschumi live in October 2018
09 October 2018
Bernard Tschumi gives two presentations this month about his work.

Ocotber 10, 2018: Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine, (Paris)
Premiere of a new 25-minute film featuring Bernard Tschumi and Le Fresnoy, by filmmaker Alain Fleischer.

October 11, 2018: Rolex Forum, EPFL (Lausanne)
Lecture on "Tabula Rasa/Genius Loci".
Bernard Tschumi Architects wins third prize in Shenzhen urban design competition
29 June 2018
Bernard Tschumi Architects in conjunction with HHDesign + iDEA has won third prize in the international urban design masterplan competition for a new financial district (4.9 km2 / 1.9 sq miles) in the central Xiangmihu area of Shenzhen, China. The team’s scheme proposes a composed set of towers atop a podium of landscaped gardens to create a twenty-first century skyline unique to Shenzhen. more
Bernard Tschumi and his team win Paris Research Center
11 April 2018
Bernard Tschumi urbanistes Architectes has won one of the largest university commissions in France at the Université Paris-Sud in Saclay, just south of Paris. The € 283 million ($350 million) design-build contract for a state-of-the-art education and research center will be built by a team led by Bouygues Construction and also including architects Groupe-6 and BE. more
Parc de la Villette honors 35th anniversary with celebrations in Paris
03 April 2018
The 35th anniversary of the designation of Bernard Tschumi as winner over 472 other contestants in the historic competition for the Parc de la Villette was celebrated in Paris on 24-25 March 2018. Tschumi’s 1983 victory in the second stage of the competition, which inaugurated a series of Grand Projet building projects by the French government, resulted in an “urban park for the 21st Century” that is now world-famous. Today, the Parc de la Villette welcomes over 10 million visitors annually.

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Bernard Tschumi Architects named a finalist in Beijing Huairou Science City masterplan competition
12 March 2018
Bernard Tschumi Architects has been named a finalist in the international masterplan competition for the Huairou Science City, a planned 100 km2 research campus and city situated outside of Beijing, China, just below the Great Wall. The team’s proposal combines two modes of urban configuration, the Grid and the Clusters to create a vibrant scientific community for the future. more