TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR AN URBAN ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION Danubia Invest, a.s. declares, in accordance with the Competition Rules of the Slovak Chamber of Architects of 19 May 2007 as amended on 15 May 2009, in compliance with the provisions of Act No 138/1992 on Authorised Architects and Authorised Civil Engineers as amended and the Copyright Act No 618/2003 as amended and in accordance with the provisions of Act No 50/1976 on Land Use Planning and Building Code (the Building Act) as amended, pursuant to Sections 847, 848, and 849 of Act No 40/1964 – the Civil Code as amended, A PUBLIC ANONYMOUS URBAN ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION the subject matter being THE STRUCTURES OF THE DANUBIA PARK IN ČUNOVO Bratislava 2011 1. ORGANISATIONAL PROVISIONS FOR THE COMPETITION 1.1 Promoter Danubia Invest, a.s. Comp. reg. number: 31 369 596 VAT number: SK2020854561 Nám. SNP 14 811 06 Bratislava Slovak Republic phone: +421 2 6285 0895 (Divoká Voda Hotel) Postal address: Divoká Voda Hotel, Čunovo Water Project, P.O. Box 3, 850 09 Bratislava E-mail: email@example.com 1.2 Author of the Competition Terms and Conditions Ing.arch. Jan Komrska, CSc. PC ARCH Faculty of Architecture, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Námestie slobody 19, 812 45 Bratislava phone: +421 2 57 27 62 69 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 1.3 Secretary of the Competition Ing. Andrej Hájek Danubia Invest, a.s. Divoká Voda Hotel, Čunovo Water Project, P.O. Box 3, 850 09 Bratislava phone: +421 905 385 962 E-mail: email@example.com 1.4 Verifier of competition entries Ing. arch. Anna Zajková Panská 15, 811 39 Bratislava phone: +421 2 5443 1080 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 2. SUBJECT MATTER AND PURPOSE OF THE COMPETITION 2.1 Brief description of the Danubia Park project The Danubia Park recreational area will be built on the southern edge of Bratislava, the capital of the Slovak Republic, close to the border with Hungary, on the west bank of the Hrušov water reservoir on the Danube. The area is accessible using a two-lane road branching from the arterial road from Bratislava to Hungary, passing the southern edge of the city district of Čunovo, through the Danubia Park area and continuing over the dam of the water reservoir with a prospective connection over the water project canal to the Bratislava – Komárno arterial road. The main idea of the Danubia Park project is to build a new sports and recreation centre for Bratislava on the right bank of the Hrušov water reservoir above and below the Čunovo step with developed infrastructure serving a wider audience than the population of the city. The basic idea is to design and build a self-contained urban unit comprising: Sports and recreation area (port, golf course, natural swimming places, sports facilities – preferably of natural character, children’s playgrounds, places for observation of the Danubian nature, sports and nature trails, camping sites…); Residential area (holiday apartments and suites, holiday houses with all year round use, hotels, pensions and other accommodation facilities); Required services (restaurants, bars, other catering facilities, parking, shopping…). The Danubia Park will serve not only the persons living at the Danubia Park residences but also daily visitors from the adjacent areas arriving by cars, bicycles, inline skates, etc. The entire complex will be seated in and closely connected with the nature of the Danubian landscape with its inseparable components such as the Danube and the floodplain forest (south and north of the Danubia Park). These attributes should help emphasise and support all functions present in the Danubia Park while not having a disturbing effect. The core of the project will be a central pier surrounded by a port bay from the north and a bay with a natural swimming beach from the south and an open-air swimming pool. This core with its surroundings will form a centre with services and residences in the form of recreational apartments and suites. It is to serve all residents and visitors of the Danubia Park. We want to create a cosy place with a pleasant atmosphere with services provided not only during the day to the visitors of the swimming place, marina and sport facilities but also in the evening to restaurant and bar guests. A system of lagoons will be formed north and south of the centre. Some of the lagoons will be connected with the Danube to allow boat access to the Hrušov water reservoir and some of them will be in the form of isolated gravel pits intended for swimming. The areas around these bodies of water will be allocated for the construction of holiday houses. All holiday houses will be in direct contact with water on one side and with greenery in a cultivated park form on the other side. All these requirements are reflected in the planning study (Danubia Park Masterplan, created by Prof. Eberle) where each residence complies with the requirement of being closely connected with water and greenery. One of the main requirements for architectural solution of all structures to be designed is making the best possible use of scenery views, admission of sunlight, and designing the interior but also exterior residential spaces capitalising on the atmosphere of the location in the nature (terraces, balconies, winter gardens…). At the same time, it is necessary to respect the natural character of the project when selecting materials and colour schemes. 2.2 Subject matter of the competition The subject matter of this competition is the architectural design of four representative buildings selected from the envisaged development of the Danubia Park and the urban design of the Danubia Park Centre. A participant may enter the competition with a design of one, two, three, or four structures according to their choice. The urban design of the Centre shall be created by those competitors who enter the competition with an architectural design of a building in the Centre (an S-house). Structures covered by the competition: 2.2.1 F-house An F-house is a selected holiday house intended for one family with the possibility of all-year- round use. The house will be in direct contact with the body of water in the form of a lagoon connected with the Danube with the possibility of parking a motor boat in front of the house or in the form of a swimmable lake isolated from the Danubian water. 2.2.2 S-house with civic amenities An S-house is a selected low-rise building with suites and premises for commercial operations, civic amenities, parking in the parterre, and suites at higher floors. It is located in the Danubia Park Centre in the immediate vicinity of the marine and the beach bay. The house will be used all year round. The design of the house shall include design of the exterior of the entire Centre. Competitors shall select the house to be designed from their urban design submission (2.2.5). 2.2.3 W-house A W-house is a selected low-rise house with suites located at the edge of the Centre in direct contact with a body of water. The suites may be occupied all year round. 2.2.4 Chalet/Houseboat A chalet/houseboat is a selected holiday structure for one family located in the floodplain area of the southern forest below the Čunovo step (Sector D) in direct contact with the body of water of the Mošon branch or of the newly formed gravel pitch next to the golf course and sports facilities located in the open air. It is up to the competitor either to propose a chalet secured against flood by elevation or design a structure that would move with water level fluctuations and be secured against horizontal movement. 2.2.5 Centre – urban design The Centre located in the core part of the Danubia Park is defined by: - from the north, by the line of W-houses on the north bank of the port bay, - from the west, by the line along the seepage canal and by the road between Čunovo and the dam, - from the south, by the line of W-houses on the south bank of the bay with natural swimming places, and - from the east, by the planned line of the Hrušov water reservoir bank (only the central pier on piles crosses this line). The submissions entering the competition shall respect the basis of the spatial arrangement defining the piers and bays while they are able to modify the coastline maintaining the ratio of water to land. The competitors shall design the urban arrangement of the built-up areas including designing the exterior with landscaping vegetation, resident traffic, and parking. 2.3 Purpose of the competition The purpose of the competition is to obtain the best urban arrangement of the area and the best architectural designs for buildings which will combine high quality layout, economic effectiveness, ecological aspects, and convincing original contemporary architectural expression that will determine the visual character of the entire complex. The selected architectural designs will be the basis for the engineering design and construction of buildings in the Danubia Park. 3. TYPE OF COMPETITION 3.1 TYPE OF COMPETITION 1.5 With respect to the subject matter The competition is being launched as an urban architecture competition. 3.2 With respect to the participants The competition is being launched as a public anonymous competition. 3.3 Language of the competition The language of the competition is Slovak; entries may also be filed in the Czech or English languages. 3.4 With respect to the number of rounds The competition is being launched as a two-round competition. 4. PARTICIPANTS OF THE COMPETITION 4.1 Conditions for participation 4.1.1 The first round can be entered by individuals or teams without limitations except for persons listed in section 4.2. 4.1.2 The jury shall determine the number of entries to advance to the second round depending on the number and quality of entries in the first round. 4.1.3 Any team to participate in the second round must include a person authorised to design in the Slovak Republic or in another state of the EU. 4.1.4 The authoring team in the second round must be identical with that in the first round or it may be expanded (e.g., in order to satisfy the requirement of section 4.1.3); the team can only be reduced if a member of the team resigns from the competition. 4.2 Persons excluded from the competition Participation in the competition shall not be allowed for persons who 4.2.1 took part in the drafting of the competition terms and conditions and in the launching of the competition; 4.2.2 are members or substitutes of the jury, verifiers of competition terms and conditions and competition entries, experts invited by the jury or by assisting bodies of the jury; 4.2.3 have close links with the excluded persons. 4.3 The limitation under section 4.2.1 does not apply to persons who drafted or contributed to drafting documents that may serve as the basis for preparing a competition entry (particularly land use plans and modifications and additions thereto). 4.4. Announcing the competition and its results The competition shall be announced in the “Informácie Slovenskej komory architektov” monthly and on its website www.komarch.sk, on the website of the Czech Chamber of Architects www.cka.cz, on the website of the promoter www.danubiapark.sk/as and in one nationwide periodical. The results of the competition shall be announced in the same manner. 5. TERMS OF REFERENCE 5.1 Terms of reference with binding information 5.1.1 The text of the terms of reference (this document) 5.1.2 An orthophotomap of the present situation (jpg format) 5.1.3 A schematic plan of the area indicating the locations of structures included in the competition (pdf format) 5.1.4 Part of the Masterplan by Prof. Eberle illustrating the planned landscaping and the urban design of the entire Danubia Park (pdf format) 5.1.5 The Masterplan (situation) with a modified coastline of the Danubia Park Centre (jpg) 5.1.6 Underlying map for the 2D design with georeferenced jpg’s of 5.1.2, 5.1.5, and 5.1.8 (dwg format) 5.1.7 Aerial photographs of the area 5.1.8 Contour lines in Sector D – the part below the Čunovo step (for the Chalet/Houseboat competition structure, dwg format) 5.1.9 Frame with a title as a binding basis for the graphic part of the competition entry (pdf, dwg formats) 5.2 Access to the competition terms & conditions and background documents Competitors can collect the competition terms & conditions and background documents in digital format in person at the Divoká Voda Hotel, Čunovo, or they can download them free from the website www.danubiapark.sk/as. 6. BINDING REQUIREMENTS FOR COMPETITION ENTRIES AND LIMITS OF THE DESIGN 6.1 Requirements for the design of the exterior and urban planning relationships 6.1.1 The competition entry shall be based on the proposed urban arrangement of the area according to the planning study of Prof. Eberle (Danubia Park Masterplan – Annex 5.1.4). In the urban design, the competitors, who send an entry with a design for the S-house, shall design the build-up of the centre according to regulations of these Competition Terms and Conditions (particularly the required capacities and height limits). The water tower designed in the study by Prof. Eberle is not within the scope of the competition. 6.1.2 The design of each structure shall include the design of the exterior (particularly within the corresponding plot of land) and proposed links to adjacent buildings and natural elements within the area allocated (in Annexes 5.1.3 and 5.1.6). The greenery must be compatible with the indigenous floodplain forests. 6.1. 3 The urban design shall cover the relation between pedestrian and vehicle traffic, including parking. 6.2 Traffic engineering requirements 6.2.1 The area’s traffic will be linked to the road between Čunovo and the dam approximately at the point indicated by the study (5.1.3, 5.1.4). Service roads in the centre shall be designed by the competitors so that accessibility is provided to the satisfaction of the residents and in compliance with fire protection requirements. At the same time, vehicle transport must not endanger pedestrians. 6.2.2 A public transport stop is envisaged at the edge of the Danubia Park Centre. 6.2.3 The competition entry should include the design of the movement of the pedestrians and bicycle transport. 6.2.4 Parking for the residents has to be designed using car parks with the specified capacities: F-house – 2x parking on the premises of the F-house. Can be equipped with a shelter. S-house & Centre – 2x parking/suite in the ground floor of the S-house or in the immediate vicinity of the S-houses. W-house – 2x parking/suite on the premises of the W-house. Chalet/Houseboat – 2x parking on the premises of the chalet/houseboat. 6.2.5 For daily visitor parking, the urban design of the Centre shall include a public car park with the capacity of 700 spaces. 6.3 Requirements for effectiveness of the solution 6.3.1 It is recommended that the cost of the structures designed at the level of a “higher standard – unfurnished house” (exterior plastering, plinths, building including windows and doors, footways, plastering, electrical wiring with switches, piping for bathrooms and kitchens, floors – levelling screed, interior window ledges) does not exceed: 850 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area defined in section 6.5 for a F-house for an S-house o 700 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area of suites o 600 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area of premises for commerce/civic amenities o 750 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area of sheltered parking o 500 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area of balconies 800 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area for W-houses 750 €/m2 (VAT exclusive) of useful floor area for Chalets/Houseboats 6.3.2 The unit prices in section 6.3.1 also include the following: Compensation for the author of the architectural design; Price of documentation for the land use planning procedure; Price of documentation for the building permit procedure; Price of detailed design; this being in an amount not exceeding 3.5 % of the unit prices. 6.4 Requirements for phasing of the construction (only for the S-house & Centre) In the urban design of the Centre and in the architectural design of the S-house, the requirement of phasing the Centre construction must be met. Each phase must include the required structure of suites, commercial premises/civic amenities and their capacities which are described in section 6.5.2. The result must be a design of the urban solution of the Danubia Park Centre with life of the Centre functioning in all seasons (summer, spring/autumn, winter) and proposed construction phasing taking into consideration the construction of adjacent W-houses and F- houses. The Centre must be designed so that it is viable following the completion of each of the four phases and so that the construction of the next phase does not disturb the part of the Centre that has already been completed. An emphasis must be placed on stage 1 and the final solution of the Centre. All structures of stage 1 must be placed on the existing landscape that is depicted in Annexes 5.1.3 or 5.1.2. 6.5. Building floor areas 6.5.1 F-house A holiday house inhabitable all year round for a family of 4 to 5, 4kk category (a combined living room, dining room, and kitchen area + 3 bedrooms) Total built-up area up to 100 m2. The net useful floor area (floor area + 2 x staircase area, i.e., without balconies, the storage room and garage) is 120 – 130 m2 Recommended floor areas (in m2): Room Area (m2) Entrance hall 6 Living room 25 Staircase 7 Dining room 6 Kitchen nook 5,5 TOILET 1,5 Bathroom 1 6 Bedroom 1 16 Bedroom 2 16 Bedroom 3 16 Corridor 4 Cloakroom 2 Terrace/balcony 12 Storage rooms (cubicles) 10 House floor area excluding the terrace, staircase, technical 104 room (boiler), and the storage room 6.5.2 S-house & the Centre 126.96.36.199 Recommended numbers of suites for individual phases: Phase/Suite 1kk 2kk 3kk 4kk Total Stage 1 29 82 54 2 167 Stage 2 28 81 53 1 163 Stage 3 29 81 53 1 164 Stage 4 28 81 53 1 162 Total 114 325 213 4 656 188.8.131.52 Recommended floor areas for the suites: Room 1kk – Areas 2kk – Areas 3kk – Areas 4kk – Areas (m2) (m2) (m2) (m2) Entrance hall 2 4 5 6 Living room 18 20 20 25 Dining room 4 5 5 Kitchen nook 3 5 5,5 6 TOILET 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 Bathroom 1 4 4 5 6 Bathroom 2 3,5 Bedroom 1 12 12 14 Bedroom 2 12 12 Bedroom 3 12 Corridor 2 3 5 Cloakroom 2 4 Terrace/balcony 6 8 10 12 Storage rooms 3 5 7,5 10 (cubicles) Apartment floor area 28,5 52,5 71 110 excluding the terrace and the storage room 184.108.40.206 Recommended structure of commercial premises and civic amenities in the Centre: FACILITY Total Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 (m2) (m2) (m2) (m2) (m2) Healthcare Doctors’ offices – children and adults 80 40 Dentist 40 Pharmacy 60 Cultural facilities Exhibition rooms 75 25 House of culture/theatre/social room 600 600 Tourism and services Tourist info office/travel agency 25 25 Property manager/DIY/household 20 20 cleaning, housekeeper Real estate agency 30 Advertising agency/photo/copy 20 IT sales/repairs 20 Pet shop 20 Hairdresser 40 Newsagent’s shop 10 Port authority, marine administration, 150 50 shop… Surf rental shops… 100 100 Florist's shop 50 Police 50 Post office 50 50 Financial services Bank/insurance company/ATM 50 5 Commerce Groceries/small supermarket/mini 400 400 Tesco Boutiques 400 100 Sports shop 50 50 Fishing/hunting shop 50 Souvenirs 25 25 Delicatessen shop 50 Mobile operator 25 Car showroom 300 Furniture 50 50 DIY art shop 50 50 Showers, locker rooms, storage rooms 100 100 for bicycles, inline skates… Casino 200 Catering Pizzeria and/or self-service restaurant 600 600 Bar, café 200 50 Ice cream shop, confectionery 300 100 PC gaming room 200 Billiard club 50 Disco 200 Karaoke bar 50 Vinotheque 75 Bakery 50 50 Bowling 1600 TOTAL 6515 2490 1000 1000 2025 FACILITY Total Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 (m2) (m2) (m2) (m2) (m2) 220.127.116.11 Structure of the sports and relaxation outdoor part at the beach bay equipped beach for ca 500 people 4x beach volleyball grounds 2x petanque grounds Small football pitch Seasonal snack bar/open-air restaurant 6.5.3 W-house 18.104.22.168 Recommended floor areas of the house (9 suites): 5x suite of the 2kk category with a recommended average floor area excluding terrace and cubicle of 57.5 m2, in the range of 53 – 60 m2; 3x suite of the 3kk category with a recommended average floor area excluding terrace and cubicle of 78.5 m2, in the range of 75 – 85 m2; 1x suite of the 4kk category with a recommended average floor area excluding terrace and cubicle of 107 m2, in the range of 100 – 120 m2. 22.214.171.124 Recommended floor areas for the suites: Room 2kk – Areas 3kk – Areas 4kk – Areas 2 2 (m ) (m ) (m2) Entrance hall 5 5 6 Living room 22 25 30 Dining room 4 5 5 Kitchen nook 5 6 8 TOILET 1,5 1,5 1,5 Bathroom 1 4 5 6 Bathroom 2 3,5 Bedroom 1 14 14 14 Bedroom 2 12 12 Bedroom 3 12 Corridor 2 3 5 Cloakroom 2 4 Terrace/balcony 10 12 20 Storage rooms (cubicles) 5 7,5 10 Apartment floor area excluding 57,5 78,5 107 the terrace and the storage room 6.5.4 Chalet/Houseboat A holiday house inhabitable all year round for a family of 4 to 5, 3kk category (a combined living room, dining room, and kitchen area + 2 bedrooms) Total built-up area up to 100 m2. The net useful floor area (carpet floor area + 2 x staircase area, i.e., without balconies, the storage room and garage) is 70 – 80 m2 Recommended floor areas (in m2): Room Area (m2) Entrance hall 4 Living room 18 Staircase 7 Dining room 5 Kitchen nook 5 TOILET 1,5 Bathroom 1 5 Bathroom 2 Bedroom 1 12 Bedroom 2 10 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 4 Corridor 3 Cloakroom Terrace/balcony 10 Storage rooms (cubicles) 10 House floor area excluding the terrace, staircase, technical 63,5 room (boiler), and the storage room 6.6. Requirements for the design scope and variability, rounds 1 and 2 6.6.1 F-house: In the first round, the competition entry shall cover the design of one specified structure. In the second round, it shall cover variants of the structure in a compact territory with 6 variants in three different orientations with respect to cardinal directions and each in a variant at the coastline and farther from the coastline (Annex 5.1.3). 6.6.2 S-house & the Centre: Competitors shall select the structure to be designed from the proposed stage 1 urban design of the Danubia Park Centre. The building designed must include commercial premises and premises for civic amenities with parking in the ground floor and suites in the 1st to 3rd floors. The selected building must include premises in accordance with the floor area scheme (6.5.2) with the following minimum floor areas: 300 m2 for commerce and civic amenities; 1000 m2 for suites. 6.6.3 W-house: In the first round, the competition entry shall cover the design of one specified structure; in the second round, it shall provide the design of four variant solutions. 6.6.4 Chalet/Houseboat: In the first round, the competition entry shall cover the design of one specified structure; in the second round, it shall provide the design of four variant solutions. 6.7 Design limits and regulatory conditions 6.7.1 Building height regulation determined by the planning study (2010 Danubia Park Masterplan) is binding upon the competitors: Elevation of the ground floor must not be lower than that of the terrain, i.e., 132.5 m above sea level (potential flood level). No underground floor may be placed below the elevation of 132.5 m above sea level. Partially sunken watertight basins (for car parks) are considered uneconomical and not suitable for implementation. Maximum permissible height of structures: o F-house: 2 floors o S-house & the Centre: 4 floors o W-house: 3 floors o Chalet/Houseboat: 2 floors The number of floors includes the floor with a car park. 6.7.2 Compulsory landscaping in the part above the Čunovo step (Sector C) for an F- house, S-house & Centre, W-house is indicated using characteristic cross-sections in the Terms of Reference section 5.1.4. 6.7.3 Treatment of the banks The banks facing the Hrušov water reservoir will have the slope of 1:2.5 and will be reinforced with freely laid stone or fitted stone (treatment as in other places of the Danube banks). Banks of the lagoons (F-houses) will mostly have slopes of 1:4 and be covered with gravel. Banks may also be made as vertical walls; however, these are envisaged to be used in a limited scope due to the financial expense. Treatment of the banks in the port and treatment of the banks in the beach bay is within the scope of the S-house & Centre competition structure. Treatment of the banks in the beach bay on the side of the W-houses will have a slope of 1:4 and should be indicated in the design of the W-house. Selected bays will be enclosed by special purpose barriers to separate the clean water in the lagoons from that of the Danube (see the Masterplan). 6.7.4 The water level regimen in the Hrušov water reservoir for the area in question is characterised as follows: o for F-houses, S-houses & the Centre: min. traffic level = 130.1 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) max. traffic level = 131.1 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) min. technical level (no waterway traffic) = 130.1 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) max. technical level = 132.5 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) o for Chalet/Houseboat: usual level = 125.0 – 126.0 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment), 125.6 m above sea level on average. max. recorded level (flood in 2002) = 130.1 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) max. technical level (very theoretical) = 132.5 m above sea level (Baltic after adjustment) elevation of the terrain in the area in question is about 127.5 m above sea level and raising the terrain is not envisaged. 6.7.5 Regulations of the Bratislava Land Use Plan are not binding for the area in question, as an amendment is being drafted. 7. REQUIRED SCOPE AND CONTENTS OF A COMPETITION ENTRY 7.1 F-house – first round of the competition – The graphic and text sections for one variant of a F-house specified in Annex 5.1.3 7.1.1 Layout of the area on a scale 1:500. 7.1.2 Layouts of all floors on a scale 1:100. 7.1.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:100. 7.1.4 Two perspective views as seen by a pedestrian at competitors’ discretion. 7.1.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4. 7.2. F-house – second round of the competition – Graphic and text sections for 6 variants (3 orientations of the house – north/east/south x 2 placements relative to the coastline – on the coastline/not on the coastline) specified in Annex 5.1.3. 7.2.1 Two layout designs of the area using all variants in an arbitrary combination on a scale 1:200. Layouts of adjacent houses may be adapted. 7.2.2 Layouts of all floors for all building variants (6) on a scale 1:100. 7.2.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:100. 7.2.4 Two perspective views as seen by a pedestrian at competitors’ discretion for each variant building (2x6, i.e., 12 views). 7.2.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4 plus a table of floor areas for one variant (a template of the table will be received by participants invited for the second round of the competition). 7.3 S-house & the Centre – First round of the competition – Graphic and text sections 7.3.1 Urban design of phase 1 for the Centre area on a scale 1:2500. 7.3.2 Urban design of the final situation (after phase 4) for the Centre area indicating detailed borders of individual phases on a scale 1:2500. 7.3.3 Layouts of all floors for an S-house (a selected building in the Centre) with at least outlines of the suites and commercial premises on a scale 1:500. 7.3.4 Layout of a meaningful part of an S-house with at least 5 suites on a scale 1:200. 7.3.5 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:500. 7.5.6 Perspective views as seen by a pedestrian. 7.3.7 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4. 7.4. S-house & the Centre – Second round of the competition – Graphic and text sections 7.4.1 Urban design of phase 1 for the Centre area on a scale 1:1000 completed with a characteristic cross-section indicating the vertical arrangement of the built-up landscape. 7.4.2 Urban design of the final situation (after phase 4) for the Centre area indicating detailed borders of phases 2 and 3 on a scale 1:1000. 7.4.3 Layouts of all floors for an S-house (a selected building of the Centre) on a scale 1:200. 7.4.4 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:200. 7.4.5 Perspective views as seen by a pedestrian. 7.4.6 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4 plus a table of floor areas (a template of the table will be received by participants invited for the second round of the competition). 7.5 W-house – First round of the competition – Graphic and text sections for one variant 7.5.1 Layout of the area on a scale 1:200. 7.5.2 Layouts of all floors on a scale 1:200. 7.5.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:200. 7.5.4 Perspective views as seen by a pedestrian. 7.5.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4. 7.6. W-house – Second round of the competition – Graphic and text sections for four variants 7.6.1 Layout of the area on a scale 1:200. 7.6.2 Layouts of all floors for all building variants on a scale 1:200. 7.6.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:200. 7.6.4 Two perspective views as seen by a pedestrian at competitors’ discretion for each variant building. 7.6.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4 plus a table of floor areas (a template of the table will be received by participants invited for the second round of the competition). 7.7 Chalet/Houseboat – First round of the competition – Graphic and text sections for one variant 7.7.1 Layout of the area on a scale 1:500. 7.7.2 Layouts of characteristic floors above and below ground on a scale 1:100. 7.7.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:100. 7.7.4 Perspective views as seen by a pedestrian. 7.7.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4. 7.8 Chalet/Houseboat – Second round of the competition – Graphic and text sections for four variants 7.8.1 Layout of the area on a scale 1:200. 7.8.2 Layouts of all floors above and below ground for all building variants on a scale 1:100. 7.8.3 Views and cross-sections on a scale 1:100. 7.8.4 Two perspective views as seen by a pedestrian at competitors’ discretion for each variant building. 7.8.5 Accompanying report in the scope of maximum 2 x A4 plus a table of floor areas (a template of the table will be received by participants invited for the second round of the competition). 7.9 Electronic documentation 1x CD or DVD medium containing complete electronic documentation with the contents corresponding, for the first round, to sections 7.1, 7.3, 7.5, and 7.7, and, for the second round, to sections 7.2, 7.4, 7.6, and 7.8, the documentation being in pdf, jpg, or tiff formats with a resolution of 300 dpi. 8. REQUIRED COMPULSORY GRAPHIC ARRANGEMENT OF A COMPETITION ENTRY 8.1 First round of the competition 8.1.1 A competition entry for each structure included in the competition shall be presented on one to four solid lightweight panels (so called Kappa boards are recommended) in portrait format – horizontal dimension 700 mm, vertical dimension 1,000 mm. Each panel shall include a frame with a title (Annex 5.1.9). The graphic section of the competition entry for the first round shall be placed: on 1 panel for an F-house on 2 panels for an S-house & the Centre on 1 panel for a W-house on 1 panel for a Chalet/Houseboat For the second round, it shall be placed: on 4 panels for an F-house on 4 – 5 panels for an S-house & the Centre on 1 panel for a W-house on 1 panel for a Chalet/Houseboat 8.2 Layouts, cross-sections, and views (7.2, 7.3, 7.7, and 7.8) shall be presented as black & white positive graphics on a clean background without background printing. Colour may be used only to facilitate readability of the layout. Other annexes may be prepared using arbitrary techniques, in colour or black & white. 8.3 Free areas on the prescribed panels may be used at competitors’ discretion. 8.4 Graphic annexes shall be made as originals or printouts; mat or semi-gloss finish is recommended. 8.5 Pages of the accompanying report with the floor area table (for the second round) shall be bound (in a binding that cannot be taken apart). 8.6 Panels with competition entries for the first round with accompanying reports and envelopes (9.3 and 9.4) shall be inserted in a solid, non-transparent and non-translucent cover which shall be closed and sealed. The cover shall be marked with an inscription “Architektonická súťaž – DANUBIA PARK ČUNOVO, 1. kolo” (architecture competition – Danubia Park Čunovo, 2nd round). 8.7 Panels with competition entries for the second round with accompanying reports and envelopes (9.3 and 9.4) shall be inserted in a solid, non-transparent and non-translucent cover (box) including the model secured against movement; the cover shall be closed and sealed. The cover shall be marked with an inscription “Architektonická súťaž – DANUBIA PARK ČUNOVO, 2. kolo” (architecture competition – Danubia Park Čunovo, 2nd round). 9. COMPULSORY METHOD OF MARKING THE COMPETITION ENTRIES 9.1 Conditions of anonymity The entries shall be presented anonymously. No part of the competition entry may therefore contain any phrase or other graphic sign that could lead to a violation of anonymity. All panels shall be arranged in a unified manner in the prescribed format and in the required graphic form (section 8). 9.2 Arrangement of the competition entry enabling identification The 3 x 3 cm frame, which is part of the template 5.1.9, must remain empty for an identification number using which the verifier of competition entries will mark the competition entry. 9.3 Envelope with the title “Return Address” An envelope with the title “Return Address” shall contain the name, address, telephone and e-mail to which the jury can send the prize award, any messages, and the Competition Report or a competition entry that received no award, as the case may be. The envelope shall be sealed and enclosed in the cover with the competition entry, intact and completely non- transparent. 9.4 Envelope with the title “Author” The envelope with the title “Author” shall contain the names, addresses and signatures of authors, co-authors, and the agreed percentage of the prize or remuneration. It shall also be sealed and enclosed in the cover with the competition entry, intact and completely non- transparent. 9.5 Ensuring anonymity of competition entries submitted Where the competition entry is sent by mail, in accordance with the Postal Services Act (the Postal Act) and Directive No 132/1998, it can be sent as a registered parcel or registered letter stating “Anonymná súťaž, adresa odosielateľa je vo vnútri zásielky” (anonymous competition, the sender address is inside the parcel/letter). 10.EVALUATION CRITERIA AND REASONS FOR EXCLUSION FROM THE COMPETITION 10.1 Evaluation criteria Quality of architectural shaping of structures and exterior spaces, originality and modernity of the vehicles of expression; Quality of solution for function and operation; Viability, feasibility, and economic effectiveness of the proposed solution and compliance with requirements of the floor area scheme; Application of an environmentally friendly approach and the energy efficiency of the solution. 10.2 Reasons for exclusion from the competition 10.2.1 The jury shall exclude from the evaluation all submissions that - do not satisfy the content requirements; - do not comply with the formal requirements of these Competition Terms and Conditions; - failed to be delivered within the required deadline; - obviously show a violation of anonymity. 10.2.2 The competitors acknowledge that all competition entries that fail to comply with the prescribed conditions contained in these Competition Terms and References in section 10.2.1, shall be excluded by the jury from regular evaluation pursuant to section 12 of the Competition Rules of the Slovak Chamber of Architects. 10.2.3 Jury decisions require the support of a simple majority of jury members. 11. LIST OF NAMES OF REGULAR MEMBERS OF THE JURY AND THEIR SUBSTITUTES 11.1 Members of the jury The jury has five regular members and two substitutes and it shall have sessions, be discussing and adopting decisions in the following composition: 11.1.1 Regular members of the jury 1. Prof. Dietmar Eberle – independent member 2. Prof. akad. arch. Ing. arch Ján Milo Bahna – independent member 3. Ing. Július Kováčik – for the Promoter 4. A member of the jury appointed by the Municipal Authority of the Capital of the SR – Bratislava 5. Ing. arch. Dalibor Borák (member of the Czech Chamber of Architects) – independent member 11. 1.2 Substitutes 1. Ing. arch. Jan Komrska, CSc – independent member 2. Ing. Filip Žoldák (LEXXUS) – independent member 3. Ing. Miroslav Pančík – for the Promoter 11.1.3 Expert advisor At its initial session, the competition jury may reserve the right to propose inviting expert advisors as required, however, only with express consent of the Promoter. This fact must be recorded in the Competition Report. 12.PRIZES, REMUNERATION, AND COMPENSATION FOR COMPETITION PARTICIPANTS The competition is remunerated as follows: 12.1 Prizes for individual competition structures 1st Prize (€) 2nd Prize (€) 3rd Prize (€) F-house 2500 1500 1000 S-house & the Centre 6500 4000 2500 W-house 3000 1800 1000 Chalet/Houseboat 1500 1000 800 12.2 Remunerations Designs that received no award but which brought remarkable particular inspirations and solutions, shall be remunerated by distributing thereto a total of EUR 5,000. 12.3 Conditions for awarding a contract On the basis of the results of the competition, the Promoter shall invite the authors of the competition entries that were awarded a prize or remuneration to submit quotation for preparing design documentation for the land use planning procedure. The contract can be awarded only to a person authorised to design in the Slovak Republic pursuant to Act of the Slovak National Council No 138/92 as amended, who is the holder of the copyright to the relevant competition entry. 12.4 Conditions for a decision on different allocation of prizes and remuneration or a decision not to award certain prizes and remuneration, as the case may be The competition jury may decide to allocate prizes differently or not at all or to allocate remuneration differently or not in full amount. The jury shall justify such decision in detail in the Competition Report. The decision of the competition jury under this section must not exceed the total amount of the prizes and remuneration which is defined in sections 12.1 and 12.2 of these Competition Terms and Conditions. 12.5 Taxation of prizes and remuneration awarded in the competition 12.5.1 The prizes and remuneration awarded in the competition to natural persons and legal entities in excess of the amount of EUR 165.97 shall be reduced by the income tax of 19% according to Section 43(3)(d) of the Income Tax Act No 595/2003 as amended which tax shall be withheld by the Promoter, i.e., the taxpayer, and, pursuant to Section 43(11) of the Income Tax Act No 595/2003 as amended, paid to the tax administrator. 12.5.2 The Promoter shall notify the tax administrator using a form pursuant to Section 39(9)(a) of the Income Tax Act No 595/2003 as amended within a deadline pursuant to Section 49(2) of the Income Tax Act No 595/2003 as amended by the end of the month following the relevant calendar quarter that it withheld and paid the tax. 12.5.3 The prizes mentioned in sections 12.1 and 12.2 are before tax. 13. BASIC DATES OF THE COMPETITION 13.1 Date of the initial session of the competition jury The date of the initial session of the competition jury shall be 11 March 2011. 13.2 Date of launching the competition The date of launching the competition shall be 15 March 2011. 13.3 Deadline for submitting questions by competitors and for responding to the questions by the competition jury 13.3.1. The deadline for submitting questions shall be 24 March 2011 for the 1st round and 6 June 2011 for the 2nd round. The questions shall be sent by e-mail to addresses mentioned in section 1 of the Competition Terms and Conditions. 13.3.2. The deadline for answering the questions shall be 28 March 2011 for the 1st round and 13 June 2011 for the 2nd round. Answers to questions shall be published on the Promoter’s website according to section 4.4. 13.4 Deadline for submitting competition entries by the competitors The deadline for submitting competition entries by the competitors shall be 12 May 2011 at 17:00 for the 1st round 30 June 2011 at 17:00 for the 2nd round for the case of delivery in person or by courier. Where a competition entry is mailed, the deadline shall be considered met if the entry has been submitted for mailing by the same deadline. The date and hour of mailing the parcel/letter shall determine whether or not the deadline has been met. The Promoter shall not be liable for failures to deliver the competition entries within the deadline of one business day before the day of the jury session. 13.5 Date of the evaluation session of the competition jury The date of the session of the competition jury to evaluate the competition entries shall be preliminarily 18 May 2011 for the 1st round and 6 July 2011 for the 2nd round. 13.6 Deadline for notifying the competition results The deadline for notifying the competition results shall be three business days after jury’s decision on the ranking and awarding prizes and remuneration. 13.7 Deadline for announcing the competition results The deadline for announcing the competition results shall be ten days after jury’s final decision on the ranking and awarding prizes and remuneration. 13.8 Deadline for paying out prizes and remuneration The deadline for paying out the prizes and remuneration shall be one month after the announcement of the competition results. 13.9 Deadline for public display (publication) of competition entries The deadline for opening a public display (publication) of competition entries shall be three months after the announcement of the competition results. 14.METHOD AND PLACE OF SUBMITTING COMPETITION ENTRIES 14.1 Admissible ways of submitting competition entries Competition entries can be submitted in person or by courier with receipt confirmation to the Promoter of the competition in compliance with these Competition Terms and Conditions during the last five business days before the day of submission between 9:00 and 12:00 and, on the last day of submission period, between 9:00 and 17:00 at the following address: Divoká Voda Hotel, Čunovo Water Project, 850 09 Bratislava, or by mailing pursuant to section 13.4. 15.THE BINDING NATURE AND DISCIPLINARY LIABILITY 15.1 Result of the competition The decision of the jury shall be binding upon the Promoter, participants, and members of the jury. 15.2 Conditions for disciplinary liability of authorised persons The provision of section 15.1 is without prejudice to the application of disciplinary liability of authorised persons in accordance with applicable legislation of the Slovak Chamber of Architects. 16.ACCEPTANCE OF COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS 16.1 Consent of the Promoter, Secretary, Verifier, competition jurors and expert advisors to the conditions of the competition By their participation in the competition, the Promoter, the Secretary, the jurors as well as substitutes and expert advisors acknowledge that they have familiarised with all conditions of the competition and they commit themselves to respect and comply with these Competition Terms and Conditions. The jury reserves the right to modify and amend the Competition Terms and Conditions for the second round of the competition. Such modifications shall not entail substantial increases in laboriousness of the competition entries, shortening the deadline for submission, or reduction of the amount of prizes and remuneration. 16.2 Consent of the competitors to conditions of the competition By submitting their competition entries, the competitors express their consent to all conditions of the competition in the way of a contract and to decisions of the jury, carried out therewithin and in accordance therewith. 17.COPYRIGHT TO AND PUBLICATION OF THE COMPETITION ENTRIES 17.1 Copyright of the competitors Authors of the competition entries may publish their competition entries and may use them on other occasions. 17.2 Permission to use the author’s work for the purpose of this competition Competition entries that received prizes or remuneration shall become the property of the Promoter. The authors of such competition entries grant the Promoter permission to use the author’s work for the purpose of this competition. The use of the author’s work for purposes other than those mentioned in these Competition Terms and Conditions is subject to express consent of the authors. Competition entries that were awarded no prizes or remuneration shall be returned to the authors upon request within 30 days after the end of the competition. 17.3 Consent of the competitors to display and publication of the competition entries By submitting the competition entries the competitors express their consent to free reproduction, publication and display of their competition entries as part of the promotion of the competition and its results as well as to subsequent free use of any competition entries in any manner specified in Section 18(2) of the Copyright Act No 618/2003 as amended for the purposes of the promotion of the Danubia Park project. Competitors who wish that the results be published without indicating the author shall mention this fact expressly in a separate statement enclosed in the “Return Address” envelope or in a letter to be sent within two weeks after announcing the competition results to the Promoter. 17.4 Commitment of the Promoter to organise an exhibition of the competition entries The Promoter commits itself to organise a public exhibition of all competition entries within the deadline pursuant to Article 13(9). 17.5 Details of the notification and the announcement of the competition results The Promoter shall notify the results of the competition to all participants. After the final decision of the jury, the Promoter shall announce the results of the competition in the same manner as the competition itself was announced. 17.6 Competition Report 17.6.1 The Secretary or another person authorised by the chair of the jury shall prepare a Competition Report reflecting the session. The Report shall be verified as for correctness and signed by the chairperson and confirmed by the person authorised with the preparation of the Report. 17.6.2 The Competition Report shall particularly include records of jury deliberations including voting, decisions on excluding entries from the competition, list of all competition entries considered, evaluation of all competition entries, decision on allocation of prizes and remuneration including its justification, and lists of participants of individual jury sessions. 17.6.3 The Competition Report shall also include records of different opinions of jurors if they expressly ask that they be recorded. 17.6.4 A copy of the Competition Report shall be sent by the chair of the jury with a cover letter to all participants of the competition and, at the same time, to the attention of the Slovak Chamber of Architects. 18.REGULATIONS UNDER WHICH THE COMPETITION TAKES PLACE The competition has been prepared and will be conducted in accordance with the Competition Rules of the Slovak Chamber of Architects of 19 May 2007 as amended on 15 May 2009 and further particularly in compliance with the provisions of Sections 847 to 849 of Act No 40/1964 – the Civil Code as amended, with the provisions of the Copyright Act No 618/2003 as amended, with the provisions of the Income Tax Act No 595/2003 as amended, with the provisions of Act No 50/1976 on Land Use Planning and Building Code (the Building Act) as amended, and Act No 138/1992 on Authorised Architects and Authorised Civil Engineers as amended. 19.APPROVAL OF COMPETITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS These Competition Terms and Conditions have been discussed and approved by the jury at its initial session held on 11 March 2011, approved by the Promoter and verified by the Slovak Chamber of Architects by a letter of ............. A verification certificate is in the possession of the Promoter.