The Nemrut caldera sits cradled within the Nemrut Volcano in Turkey, formed by the collapse of the volcano into itself, creating a large, deep crater. This dramatic formation creates a unique micro-environment, becoming home to plants and animals that thrive in the harsh conditions. Nestled within the caldera is lake Nemrut, a half-moon crater freshwater lake that further adds to the unique biodiversity of the caldera.
Bee Breeders are looking for projects that capitalise on this distinctive landscape, launching an architecture competition to design an observation point to be located along the volcano’s crater.
Architecture enthusiasts will be challenged with creating a beautiful and functional monument, providing visitors the opportunity to view the beauty hidden in this harsh environment, creating an unforgettable experience from start to finish.
The Nemrut Volcano Eyes architecture competition is now open until April 6, 2018. Please see nemrutvolcanoeyes.beebreeders.com for more information.
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