File documents Cedric Price's competition entry for the design of one of the pedestrian plazas at the Olympic Village for the 1972 Olympics held in Munich, Germany. The limited competition was originally awarded to Cedric Price, but later withdrawn, and the project was never executed. The proposal called for market stalls/exhibition stands, seating, groups of spherical structures that would emit light, sound, warm or cool air, and a large central sphere that would provide multi-media projections and information. Some material from this file was submitted for publication in 'L'Architecture d'aujourd'hui' (1972) and 'Bauen + Wohnen' (1972). Material in this file was produced between 1971 and 1972.
File contains conceptual drawings, photographic materials, presentation drawings, reference drawings, and textual records.
publications, drawings of proposal, including presentation drawings and conceptual sketches, some annotated for publication, clippings, competition entry, photographs of site, buildings, and model, competition programme, and programme translation by B. Tschumi, trade brochures, correspondence, including letter by Hans Hollein, pamphlet showing map of Olympic site, colour samples, notes, estimate, draft notes for competition entry, letterhead for 'Polyark' (Architectural Schools Network), and reference drawings of Olympic village design
Quantité / Type d’objet:
1 textual record(s)
0.13 l.m. of textual records
and other materials
Mention de crédit:
Cedric Price fonds
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture/
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal