International Architecture Competition

72 hours to imagine the car park of the future!

In January 2022, INDIGO Group and DPA-X, Dominique Perrault Architecture’s research laboratory, launched an international
architectural competition inviting young architects from all over the world to imagine the car park of the future.

On a defined site, which will be studied for 72 hours, the aim is to encourage the emergence of innovative solutions linked to the architectural, urban,
environmental, and technical potential of a revaluation of underground car parks. For this first edition, the “CARPARK FUTURES COMPETITION” focused on part of a vast urban project developed in the 1990s to materialise the ambitions of a regional city with a European vocation: Euralille.

More than 320 young architects from 64 nationalities registered and 34 projects from 10 countries were submitted on 22 May. The winning projects were selected
by a jury of experts from the world of architecture and urban planning, co-chaired by Dominique Perrault, Architect and Urban Planner and member of the Institute, and Serge Clémente, President of the INDIGO group.

DISCOVER THE PROJECTS OF THE WINNERS

Collective architecture wolff&capon architectes

COMMON GROUND FROM XL TO XS

Trophée

1st prize

ALBERTO RONCELLI & NICOLE VETTORE

BEYOND EURALILLE SURFACES

Trophée

2nd prize

MARIEX3

THE PATH OF LIGHT

Trophée

3rd prize

KENO

RES PUBLICA

Badge

Honourable mention

LOCAL

CARESTATION

Badge

Honourable mention

211121

DEEPCITY

Badge

Honourable mention

Junho Lee

UNDERLILLE

Badge

Special mention

AAP

GREEN STEPWELLS

Badge

Special mention

ALL THE PROJECTS PROPOSED

Common Ground

SYNC

Junho Lee

UNDERLILLE

Guess Line Architects

THE GRADIENT

Collective architecture wolff&capon architectes

COMMON GROUND FROM XL TO XS

M.I.E.S GROUP

EURALILLE ATHLETIC CLUB

ARCHIMATES

NEW LAYER CITY

ATELIER SPIRAL/BLAZY

CINEMA FACTORY

ByunKim

REVERSED EURALILLE

Objects of Intention

LINES OF REPAIR

OST

T3Park

Darget Mariez

B2 FREE

TO ILIES ISSAD

EURALILLE III / REMOVE THE COMPLEXITY

MARIEX3

THE PATH OF LIGHT

TVD

LIGHTSABERS

DP+MN

EURALILLE LIGHT CONNECTION

Team Lausanne

THE SUB FACTORY

Puzzle

PURGATORIO

whitelake

TECTONIC FAULT

211121

DEEPCITY

ALBERTO RONCELLI & NICOLE VETTORE

BEYOND EURALILLE SURFACES

Nicolas Liefooghe

METROPOLITAN GATEWAY

Atom Architecture

FROM SMALL-SCALE ATOM iINNOVATION TO URBAN TRANSFORMATION

LOCAL

CARESTATION

TIArch

L’ILE VERTE

SH3D

EURATECH

76dee8dba1

COLOMBARIUM

RISDNR

PVRKING

AAP

GREEN STEPWELLS

GRAND LIFE POOL

GRAND LIFE POOL

TEAM-5

GIGAHUB

KENO

RES PUBLICA

The jury

The Jury of the CARPARK FUTURES COMPETITION is placed under the presidency of Serge Clémente, President of the INDIGO Group and Dominique Perrault, Architect and Urban planner, founder of DPA. The jury is composed of different figures from the world of urban planning.

Serge CLÉMENTE

President of the INDIGO Group

Dominique PERRAULT

Architect and Urban planner, Founder of DPA

Marilyne ANDERSEN

Professor of sustainable building technologies

Véronique Bédague

Managing Director of Nexity

Benedetta Tagliabue

Architect

Carlos MORENO

Researcher, Associate Professor & Scientific Director of the Chair “Entrepreneurship – Territory – Innovation” (IAE Paris - Sorbonne University), France

Miquel ADRIA

Editor-in-chief of the international architectural magazine Arquine and author of numerous books

Philippe TÉTRIACK

Journalist and writer, architect and urban planner by training

Lyesse LALOUI

Professor and director of the geomechanics laboratory at EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland

Kaye Geipel

Architecture critic, architect and urban planner, Editor-in-chief of the German architecture magazine "Bauwelt".

CARPARK FUTURES COMPETITION 2022

Results of the International Architecture Competition

Discover the winners of the "Carpark futures competition" organised by INDIGO Group and DPA-X, research laboratory of Dominique Perrault Architecture, inviting young architects from all over the world to imagine the car park of the future.