Ï The best works of the participants of the architectural and design creative exhibition were named

The best works of the participants of the architectural and design creative exhibition were named

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The best works of the participants of the architectural and design creative exhibition were named

The winners and prize-winners of the architectural and design creative exhibition «Development of national architecture in the era of the Revival of a new epoch of a powerful state» were announced, which took place these days in the capital's Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan.

The creative exhibition was organized for students of general education schools, students of secondary vocational schools, higher educational institutions of Turkmenistan, young teachers, novice specialists, workers in the country's industries and all comers, creatively gifted, talented representatives of Turkmen youth deeply passionate about the art of architecture.

The exhibition was held in three categories: Residential buildings;  Buildings for cultural purposes and parks;  3D layout or 3D animation.  Within the framework of the exhibition, a competition was held for the best architectural projects prepared by the authors.

According to its results, six participants became the winners of the creative competition. Among them are Resul Bayramov and Selbi Gylyjova, students of the State Academy of Arts of Turkmenistan, who presented models of the «Asudalyk» Monument and the Botanical Garden. The winners included three students of the Turkmen State Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering - Rahat Babayev, Bayrammammet Nyyazov and Shirmuhammet Jepbarov. Students presented the following works, respectively: 5-storey 18-apartment residential building;  a shopping and entertainment centre and a higher education institution project. Another winner, the author of the residential complex project, is Islam Orazberdiyev, a young teacher at the Ashgabat school for gifted children named after the Hero of Turkmenistan Atamyrat Nyyazov.

The winners of the competition were 24 participants. 12 of them received second places and the same number - third.  14 second and third place winners are teachers and students of the Moscow Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, who became leaders in the creative competition in terms of the number of prizes they took.

The top five winners were students of the State Academy of Arts of Turkmenistan. Another five prizes were won by students of the Institute of Engineering and Transport Communications, the State Medical University of Turkmenistan named after M. Garryyev, the Turkmen State University named after Magtymguly, as well as teachers of secondary schools №56 in Ashgabat and № 43 in Shatlyk, Sakarchage etrap of Mary velayat.

Among the author's works presented at the exhibition, which received prizes, second and third places, are projects of hotels, secondary schools, a drama theater, an e-sports centre, an information technology centre, a parking lot in the city of Arkadag and others.

When evaluating the author's works, the jury team took into account planning (ease of use) and constructive solutions (durability) of projects, their economic feasibility, aesthetic and national features or modern architecture of a building, structure, park.

The winners and prize-winners were awarded by the Central Council of the Magtymguly Youth Organization of Turkmenistan, which organized the event together with the Ministry of Education of Turkmenistan, the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan, the Ministry of Construction and Architecture of Turkmenistan, the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan and the Turkmen State Institute of Architecture and Construction.

A creative exhibition and a competition within its framework were held with the aim of reviewing and evaluating national and innovative projects in the field of architecture, introducing the country's youth to science and creativity in order to further improve domestic architecture and urban planning, identifying talented youth capable of independently conducting scientific research and solving complex problems.