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Tiny Homes Architecture Competition – International Design Ideas Competition
Registration deadline: 22 May 2015

Tiny Homes Architecture Competition-

Activate14 invite you to share your ideas on a new typology for urban housing: a twelve unit community of tiny homes to help address the problem of homelessness in urban centers. The site is comprised of 4 vacant lots owned by the City of Raleigh, just outside Historic Boylan Heights in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

Contest type: International ideas competition open to students and professionals
Registration: May 22nd, $50
Deadline: May 31st
Prize: $1,500 finalist + $250 merit awards

Himalayan Mountain Hut Competition – International
Registration deadline: 1 Apr 2015

Himalayan Mountain Hut Competition

HMMD Architecture Competitions is working with Samarth NMPD for its latest architecture competition to create plans for a Himalayan Mountain Hut which facilitates mountaineering and adventure tourism throughout the Himalayan region of Nepal.

The purpose of the Himalayan Mountain Hut is to provide trekkers safe, comfortable and inviting lodgings, where they and their guides can rest, refuel and, if necessary, wait out troublesome weather. The chosen design for the mountain hut will then be replicated in multiple locations throughout the Himalaya mountain range.

Himalayan Mountain Hut Architecture Competition – film:

With a grand prize of US $5,000 and each finalist’s designs being put forward for consideration for the project’s actual construction, this is a fantastic opportunity for architecture enthusiasts to be a part of a real-life project that will help to increase tourism and the income it generates in a predominantly poor region of Nepal. The final deadline for registration on the 1st of April.

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BEYOND Competition – International
Submission deadline: 16 Mar 2015

IAAC and Fab Lab Barcelona, in partnership with Beyond Building Barcelona and Fira de Barcelona
present the CALL FOR PROJECTS: BEYOND | the next boundaries of construction. BEYOND
aims to bring together world class projects in the fields of research and education, in a physical and
online exhibition that will be hosted within the Beyond Building Barcelona (former Construmat) fair.
Beyond Building Barcelona is the largest reunion of the construction sector and associated industries in
Spain, Southern Europe, Northern Africa, and Latin America.

A limited number of pioneer research projects from research and education sectors (student, phd, postdoc
research projects) will be representing new ideas for the future of the construction and
development of the human habitat, based on digital and accessible technologies.

Built projects and prototypes will be selected to be exhibited in the international event BEYOND
BUILDING BARCELONA, within the PAVILION OF INNOVATION 2015. We aim to offer a
matchmaking space for research and innovative projects to meet construction and technology
companies and bring possibilities for projects to be implemented into real world developments.
The SELECTION COMMITTEE will select 10+5 projects, that will be invited to take part in the Pavilion
of Innovation 2015 as part of the Beyond Building Barcelona international exhibition taking place from
19th to the 23rd of May, 2015. For each of the 10+5 projects selected, the BEYOND organization will
cover the expenses of flights and accommodation for one team representative.
For all the applications, it is necessary to send all required and extensive documentation for the proper
understanding of the project.

Please follow the requested list as below:
· Five Images, containing prototypes, drawings and diagrams of the project, Board resolution must be
300 dpi, RGB color mode in JPEG format.
· One Video, 2:00 min duration, showing the developed prototype and its performance
· One Technical datasheet with containing the size, dimensions, materials and description of technical
characteristics of the project and prototype (maximum 1000 words)
The Entry identification code (which participants will receive after registration) must be positioned in the
upper right corner with required dimensions of 40 x 10 mm.

2nd February 2015 – 16th March 2015 : Registration and submission period
16th March – 6th April 2015 : Evaluation of the projects by the Selection Committee
6th April 2015 : Announcement of the selected projects
19th May 2015 – 23rd May 2015 : Beyond Building Barcelona Exhibition

Application for CALL FOR PROJECTS: BEYOND | the next boundaries of construction are available online at; for more info write at

New Primary School in Chýně Competition – International
Registration deadline: 22 Apr 2015
Submission deadline: 29 Apr 2015


Open international bilingual architectural competition for the design of a new primary school in the Czech municipality of Chýně.

In Chýně, the residents are well aware that a new school is a long-term investment particularly for the future life of the town as a whole. They would like to use the architectural competition to find a suitable design meeting their sense of the environment where their children will be educated, but equally a social centre for all local residents to meet. The council of the municipality has contacted the Centre for Central European Architecture to serve as the competition organizer.

The mission of the school is not only to offer education for pupils of the first (1st-5th grades) and second (6th-9th grades) levels, but also to satisfy the social, cultural, sporting and educational needs of the entire local community. It should take its place as a magnet for communal life, and thus serve as the proposed centre of the new section of the township. In the past ten years, Chýně – situated on the immediate outskirts of Prague – has grown rapidly: the number of residents has, because of new construction, increased nearly four times over. The school will be situated close to the newly revitalised park complex of Višňovka.

“We would like to offer our children not only attractive spaces, but also modern teaching elements. Included in the school are a great many clubs and after-school activities, so we don’t have to drive our children everywhere. I’m looking forward to when we can, for example, be waiting for their activities to end and find facilities for parents as well in the school”, remarked local mayor Anna Chvojková about the future functioning of the school.
Up to the present, a feasibility study has been prepared, and CCEA selected as the competition organiser. The town is communicating intensively with the general public on the mission and function of the new school.

“For the period between 2004 and 2014, the only guideline for selection remained the lowest price for the project. What ensued were many necessary structures, yet these were designed and built without much consideration, and will prove a drain on the public budget when it becomes necessary for repairs or once the five-year or other limited period of their set lifespan elapses. Not even the projects for research centres or educational institutions have been immune from this trend. All the more important, then, is how the municipality of Chýně has taken the path of community work with an architectural competition, for which we are now looking for the ideal connection. Phase 0 has been prepared by Chýně with responsibility and with active public involvement”, adds Igor Kovačević from CCEA.

The announcement of the competition is 25th February 2015. The deadline for submission of designs is set at 4 May 2015. The competition will be open, public, single-round and anonymous, announced in Czech and in English.

Announcement of the competition: 25th February 2015. Final inquiries: 18th March 2015
Mandatory registration of competition entrants by: 22nd April 2015 by email to the competition secretary e-mail:
Submission of competition designs: by 29th April 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the filing office of the Municipal Office of Chýně.

In the competition jury, members of the local council will be joined by architects with a wealth of experience from practice and competition. The independent part of the jury is:-

• Gabu Heindl (Austria), an internationally active architect who has just completed the reconstruction of a school building built in Wiener Neustadt in the 1960s using a participative method, involving teachers and children within the entire process;
• Martina Buřičová (Czech Republic), from the studio, holder of the Czech Grand Prix 2010 in the category of reconstructions;
• Pavel Nasadil (Czech Republic), from the studio FAM architekti, recent winner in the competition for a senior citizens’ residence in Litomyš, Apart from numerous projects in the Czech Republic he collaborate with the British architectural office Feilden + Mawsonl;
• The alternate for the independent part of the jury will be Ondřej Píhrt from the studio RAP Partners, winner of the competition for new school buildings in Psáry and Dolní Jirčany.
Involved members of the jury on behalf of the municipality are:
• Mayor Anna Chvojková,
• Deputy mayor Petra Vacková,
• Alternate: Petr Štěpánek.

Prizes will be awarded to the three best designs. Financial rewards are set at 300,000 CZK (approximately 11,000 EUR) for first place, 150,000 CZK (approximately 5,500 EUR) for second place, and 75,000 CZK (approximately 2.700 EUR) for third place. An honourable mention sum is also assumed of 75,000 CZK for striking and original designs that did not make it into the final three.
Announcer of the design competition
Municipality of Chýně, Hlavní 200, 253 01 Hostivice
Representative: Mgr. Anna Chvojková, local mayor
Tel./fax: 311 670 595

Organizer of the competition and preparer of competition conditions
Centre for Central European Architecture
U Půjčovny 4, 110 00 Praha 1
Tel.: +420 222 222 521

Danjiang Bridge International Competition, Taiwan – International
Submission deadline: 30 Apr 2015

The future Danjiang Bridge will be an important bridge providing the critical link to a network of roads of northern Taiwan area consisting of Provincial Highway No.2, No.15, No.61 (West Coast Expressway) and No.64 (Bali-Xindian Expressway), including connection to the national highway system via Hwy. No. 64.

Upon completion, the commuting distance between Tamsui and Bali will be dramatically reduced, and the northern Taiwan coastal highway/expressway road system will become more comprehensive.

In addition, this convenient new route from Tamsui and the northern coast to Taipei Port, Taoyuan International Airport and metropolitan Taipei will improve Danhai New Town’s external connection and alleviate congestion at Guandu Bridge and the Zhuwei section of Provincial Hwy. No.2. Together with the planned Danhai light rail system, Danjiang Bridge will contribute to the development of public transportation aside from improving existing traffic issues. It will also create synergy between recreational activities along the shores of Tamsui River and foster growth of the Taipei Port District.
The host entity cordially invites outstanding design and engineering teams from local and abroad to enter this international competition.

Your innovative ideas and advanced technology will help make Danjiang Bridge a proud new landmark in Taiwan against the backdrop of Tamsui’s famous sunset.

Total Construction Budget
About NT$7,600 million (Approximately US$ 253 million)

Service Fee
The design and engineering service fee for this project is NT$ 659,279,272. (Approximately US$ 22 million)

Competition Timetable
Deadline for Question Submissions for RFP: March 9, 2015 (Taiwan Time)
Tender Submission Deadline: 9:30, April 30, 2015 (Taiwan Time)
Qualification Review: 13:30, April 30, 2015 (Taiwan Time)

Host Entity
Directorate General of Highways, MOTC, Taiwan ROC

Coordinating Entity
Construction and Planning Agency, Ministry of Interior, Taiwan ROC
New Taipei City Government, Taiwan ROC

Executive Organization
West Coast Expressway Northern Region Temporary Engineering Office, Directorate General of Highways, MOTC, Taiwan ROC

Project Management
T.Y.Lin International Taiwan Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Coordinator: H.S. Chin
TEL:886-2-27080332 FAX:886-2-27080632

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Bangkok: I am Fashion Hub International Architecture Competition
Closing date for registration: 25 Feb, 2015 (11.59pm GMT)
Closing date for submission: 16 Mar, 2015 (11.59pm GMT)

HMMD architecture competitions organisers, in co-operation with some of Bangkok’s most prominent new fashion designers, are supporting Thailand’s goal of becoming the ASEAN Fashion Capital. As such, HMMD asks designers from around the world to submit architecture visions for a regional ASEAN Fashion Hub that would be based in Bangkok.

HMMD will award a total of US$ 10 000 in prize money to the design competition winners:
1st prize winner – US$ 6000
2nd prize winner – US$ 3000
3rd prize winner – US$ 1000

Site Art Center International Architecture Competition, Portugal
Registration Deadline: 25 May 2015
ARKxSITE is pleased to announce the ‘SITE ART CENTER’ international architecture competition for students and young professionals. Registration is now open.

Site Art Center International Architecture Competition

This international one-stage architecture competition invites all architecture students and young professionals to develop and submit compelling ideas for the design of a contemporary Art Center located within the Fortress of Cresmina, in Cascais, Portugal.

The Art Center aims to create a cultural destination and focus on the protection of the cultural heritage. The Art Center will provide a space to display Contemporary Art and gather the community together for performances, lectures and social events, while providing a quiet space for invited visiting artists.

SITE ART CENTER _ Cascais, Portugal

Registration Deadline: May 25, 2015
Submission Deadline: May 30, 2015
Participation fee: 60 / 90 Euros

Open to: Architecture Students and Young Professionals


Archallenge Competitions – Barcelona’s Monumental Future, International
Registration deadline: 13 Mar 2015

international architecture competition for students and young architects:
“We propose to the participants an intervention to the old bullring La Monumental, asking them to think a new use for it.

Being already at the half of our second period of inscriptions it would be so helpful if you could spread this information through your media. We have some profiles on different social media where we’re publishing notes of the important dates as change of period or deliveries.”


December 8th, 2014 – January 15th, 2015
First inscription period to the competition. The price for this season is 50 € + VAT (60,50€).

January 16th, – February 27th, 2015
Second inscription period of the competition. The price for this season is 65 € + VAT (78,65€).

February 28th – March 13th, 2015
Third inscription period of the competition. The price for this season is 80 € + VAT (96,80€).

March 30th 23:59 GMT+0, 2015
Deadline to deliver the proposal. The delivery must be done thorugh Archallenge’s website.

April 30th, 2015
Scheduled date to publicate results. This will depend on the availability of the jury to evaluate the proposals.

Willamette Falls Riverwalk Schematic Design Contest, International

Deadline: 11 Mar 2015

RFP for Willamette Falls Riverwalk Schematic Design – Oregon City, Oregon

Organization: Metro

Location: Oregon City, Oregon

Deadline: March 11, 2015


Written questions regarding the RFP should be directed by email to:

Metro is seeking proposals for schematic design of the Willamette Falls riverwalk in historic Oregon City, Oregon.

Metro and its public partners in the Willamette Falls Legacy Project – Oregon City, Clackamas County and the State of Oregon – are seeking a premier multidisciplinary design team to work with us on this regionally significant project. The right team will take a collaborative, innovative approach to transform the vision for Willamette Falls into reality by crafting a design for a world-class riverwalk that connects people back to the falls and creates a destination that inspires Oregonians and visitors from afar.

After the selection of a design team and the completion of schematic design and phasing plan, Metro intends to contract with the selected proposer to complete full design, engineering and construction drawings for the first phase of the riverwalk. A budget of approximately $10 million has already been secured for the construction of this initial phase.

Final proposals are due to Metro by 2:00pm Pacific Time on March 11, 2015.

The full RFP document and additional details are available on the Metro website:

For more information about the Willamette Falls Legacy Project, visit

All questions relating to this RFP should be addressed to Any questions, which in the opinion of Metro, warrant a written reply or RFP addendum will be furnished to all parties receiving the RFP. Metro will not respond to questions received after 2:00 p.m. on March 9, 2015.

RTS Campus Competition, Switzerland

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Swiss Radio and Television Site Contest

The Radio Télévision Suisse (RTS) is planning the construction of a new multimedia site next to the campus of the federal polytechnical school of Lausanne (EPFL) and the university of Lausanne (UNIL).

The new building should embody innovation and awareness in new trends, in new behavior of the public, in mixing of cultures, ideas and opinions as well as new technologies.

In association with the Swiss Company of Broadcasting (SRGSSR), the RTS organizes a parallel development study to one degree in selective procedure.

Space Forward: Ideas Competition

The Lightstone Group Architecture Contest – 1407 Broadway, NYC, USA

New York Architecture Competition

$14,000 goes to jury prize winner with $3,000 prize for 3 runners-up

1407 Broadway, a premier building in Times Square South undergoing a dramatic transformation with extensive building renovations and an image repositioning, has launched a contest inviting designers to create the ideal work environment – with the winner receiving $14,000.

The Lightstone Group, owners of the building, and its branding partner CO OP, launched the competition to foster an environment that sparks creativity and collaboration through the building’s new office spaces, amenities and creative tenant mix.

Reanimate The Ruins Architecture Competition

Parallel Projections Architecture Competition

This new design contest by Parallel Projections, proposes the creation of secondary urban nodes with mixed-use, medium density development and public transportation to link each node, collectively pointing back toward the city center. Specifically, they are focusing on the Packard Motor Plant in Detroit, Michigan, USA.

Reanimate The Ruins Architecture Competition

You can find more details, including a tentative time-frame on their website: We aim to post more details shortly.

Moriyama RAIC International Prize

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Canadian Architecture Prize

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) Foundation announces the launch of one of the largest architectural prizes in the world — the Moriyama RAIC International Prize.

Distinguished Canadian architect Raymond Moriyama established the prize together with the Foundation. To be awarded every two years, the prize consists of CAD $100,000 and a sculpture designed by Canadian designer Wei Yew.

“My hope is that this prize will raise not only the stature of the RAIC internationally, but also the stature of Canada, and inspire Canadians and Canadian architects to aspire higher,” says Moriyama, 84.

UIA-HYP Cup 2014

UIA-HYP Cup 2014

International Student Competition

2014 marks the third edition of UIA-HYP Cup International Student Competition in Architectural Design. As the exclusive annual international student competition in Mainland China sponsored by UIA (Union International des Architects), HYP Cup competition has provided a platform for architectural schools and students from different countries to exchange ideas on current architecture issues in relation to environment, specific sites, and urban spaces.

With its challenging topics, professional committee and jury as well as thorough organizing, HYP Cup competition has attracted students from all different countries to actively participate, and become one of the largest and most professional student competitions. Its influence and outreach has raised significantly throughout the globe.

SuperSkyScrapers Architecture Contest

Elevator Annual 2014 Competition

Elevator Annual 2014 : “A Unique Vertical Experience”

SuperSkyScrapers Architecture Competition

The program challenges participants to design or present an Elevator concept that takes into account today’s need for a unique vertical transportation experience with the added expectation of spectacular views during the ascend to higher floors or planes.

Beijing Cityvision Competition 2014

Beijing Cityvision Competition 2014

Evolution: the architecture of future mankind

Beijing Cityvision Competition is the sixth international competition launched by Cityvision and it’s part of the annual programme 2014, Evolution: the architecture of future mankind.

The purpose of the architecture competition is to provide a future vision of Beijing perceived as a Supercity (a unique one) that will absorb the best features from other cities (Satellites), assuming them as her own, and then reinvent itself in the form of a new – and unparalleled – model.

At the same time the architecture competition goal is to imagine who will inhabit this Supercity and how will the evolution of its future inhabitants take place.

Liget Budapest Masterplan Competition

Liget Budapest Project
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Liget Budapest Architectural Competition

Registration began for the Liget Budapest International Architectural Design Competition on 27 Feb 2014. A summary of the competition and its set of rules are available for all those interested on the official homepage of the open, free, international, two-round, anonymous competition announced after a successfully completed ideas competition for the location of the Museum Quarter buildings with a record number of submitted projects, three years of preparatory work and agreements conducted with national architectural and museum organisations; supplementary materials to the individual competitions are available upon registration.

Architecture Competitions – Recent Additions

International Urban Design Ideas Competition Bucharest, Romania

The Association Ivan Patzaichin – Mila 23 launches the international design competition Eco-Archipelago: Temporary Outdoor Urban Objects for Eco-design and Eco-tourism Destinations.

Designers, architects, artists and interdisciplinary teams around the world are invited to promote in an innovative way eight destinations from the Danube Delta, Romania: Crisan, Chilia Veche, Periprava, Letea, Mila 23, Cararoman, Sf. Gheorghe, Sulina. All entries in the contest will be dedicated to one of the eight destinations, the most important landmarks of Danube Delta biosphere.

The architectural proposals, in the form of floating islands, will be exhibited in the summer of 2014 in Bucharest on the Dâmbovița River, between the Romanian National Library and the Unirii Bridge.

Call for proposals:

International Open Call ‘Berlin Unlimited’

Berlin Unlimited architecture competition

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Berlin Unlimited, initiated by Urban Transcripts, realized by CollageLab + Guerilla Architects, is surrounding the questions of “Berlin at its limits” through art, architecture and urban related events.

Only 25 years after the fall of the wall and the end of the “concrete division” (Willy Brandt, 10.09.1989), the city of Berlin still passes through the progress of re-definition and growth – a complex urban and political process, between the renewal of its own image as the “creative capital” and the establishing corporatism.

The exhibition “Berlin Unlimited” is about to explore the contradiction of urban realities – between matters of individual freedom and urban constraint. By means of art and creative media, architecture and urban design, theory and research “Berlin Unlimited” aims to reveal an interdisciplinary narrative about the city and to display a critical view on former limits, todays limitations and tomorrows possible new divisions.

The exhibition will be accompanied by a series of public events: Through discussions in between different invited professionals and nominated artists/participants we want to open up a broader public field for urban related discussions around the opportunities and problems Berlin is facing. Furthermore the exhibition comes along with a program of unlimited events such as film screenings, guided tours, intensive workshops, urban talks and a publication.

EUR Rome Design Contest

Esposizione Universale di Roma Competition, Italy

EUR Competition

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EUR Architecture Competition

The creation of the EUR was a huge, 1930s urban regeneration project, spearheaded by Mussolini, Italy’s controversial prime minister and self-titled Il Duce (meaning “the Leader”), who intended to showcase the area at the 1942 World’s Fair to celebrate 20 years of fascist Italy. However, the World’s Fair was abandoned at the onset of World War II, and, subsequently, Mussolini’s ambitious EUR project was left incomplete.

Shape the Future of Black Architecture Competition

Shape the Future of Black Competition

Shape the Future of Black Architecture Competition

The DuPont™ Corian® business has launched an international design award, called “Shape The Future Of Black”, across the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. The award is open to professionals and students in the fields of architecture, furnishing, interior design, industrial design, general design, decorative arts, engineering and similar disciplines.

The Bloomsbury Association Prize, London, UK

The Bloomsbury Association, in partnership with Wainbridge Ltd, New London Architecture and Store, is pleased to introduce the inaugural Bloomsbury Association Prize.

The Bloomsbury Association Prize is an annual design competition which invites entrants to challenge and re-imagine the nature and use of one of Bloomsbury’s celebrated buildings or spaces. This year The Bloomsbury Association Prize invites visionary proposals which re-imagine the iconic Eisenhower Centre, a former deep-level shelter on Chenies Street.

Twenty chosen finalists will have their work exhibited at The Store Gallery. The winning entry, as chosen by our panel of judges, will receive a prize of £1,000, with a £250 prize for the the runner up.

Baltic thermal Pool Park Architecture Competition

International architecture vision competition organisers Homemade Dessert announce a new architecture vision competition in Latvia:


Baltic thermal Pool Park Architecture Competition

Homemade Dessert in cooperation with Liepaja City Council, Latvia ask you to present the vision for a new development that would consist of thermal pool park with outdoor and indoor SPA facilities.

Efforts to restore Liepaja as a resort city have been revived in the new millennium. The wide beaches here attract visitors seeking recreation in the waterside cafés and bars, and nature lovers seeking peace on the coast. The unique natural healing resources available here call for the development of a new resort and health tourism amenities. Liepāja is the 3rd largest city in Latvia and 10th largest one in the Baltic States.

New Berlin Natural Science Museum Competition, Germany

New Berlin Natural Science Museum Competition

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New Berlin Natural Science Museum Architecture Competition

Almost no other metropolis has experienced such frequent, radical change transforming the face of the city. Although Berlin saw steady growth in its importance, dazzling epochs alternated with darker eras. Nevertheless, the formerly divided city has succeeded in becoming a vibrant metropolis in the heart of Europe.

International Financial Center in Russia Competition, Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye, Russia

Russia Masterplan Architecture Competition

Two-stage open international competition for the development of the masterplan of the International Financial Centre in Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye. The competition is held by CJSC Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye, part of the CJSC Sberbank Russia group of companies, and is supported by Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design.

Russia Theme Park Architecture Contest

Russia Theme Park Architecture Contest

“Russia” Theme Park is the first entertainment and educational park where visitors will have the reason to stay for more than one-two days. All existing theme and amusement parks are focused on one-day visit and are not designed for users who want to spend more than a week. The aim of this architecture competition is to change the concept of the theme parks.

Project of the Year and the Emilio Ambasz Award for Green Architecture 2013, Israel

An initiative of AI and the EU, the competition is open to architects, designers, landscape architects, researchers and students, who are invited to submit work designed or written since 2009.

Emilio Ambasz Prize

First Architecture Competition Grañen, Spain

Architecture Competition Villa Grañen:

Rehabilitation of Municipal Building for Public Space of Art and Sound.

The purpose of this architecture competition is to gather ideas for a public space to host activities related with the plastic art and music, by fostering an environment of creation, education and the relationship between users.

It aims to encourage innovative proposals in terms of space and their integration in Grañén.


1st: € 2.500 EUROS + other benefits

2nd: € 1.000 EUROS + other benefits

3rd: € 500 EUROS + other benefits


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Green Line Ideas Competition, Toronto, Canada

“Or how to bury the imagination”

Green Line Ideas Competition (Underpass Solutions)

Green Line Ideas Competition

“If it is useless to hold a competition when there are no beliefs in the virtues of emulation and collective judgment, it is, above all, futile to hold an ideas competition when one fears the surprises of imagination and experimentation. The first part of the Green Line ideas competition (Toronto, 2012), presented in the most recent update of the Canadian Competitions Catalogue, proposed an ideation exercise aiming to generate public debate. However it is harder to understand the relevance of the second part, entitled “Underpass Solutions”, which required designers to stick to “realistic and feasible ideas”.

Jean-Pierre Chupin

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VeVolo Skyscraper Architecture Competition
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eVolo Skyscraper Architecture Competitions

A101 Urban Block Competition, Russia
A101 Urban Block Contest
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A101 Urban Block competition

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