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Recent Architectural Competitions
Recent Architectural Competitions, chronological:
Portici Waterfront Architecture Competition, Bay of Naples, Italy
REOPENING OF COMPETITION
Two ideas competitions for the waterfront in Portici, Naples, Italy.
Complete the waterfront redevelopment project to connect and enhance the numerous and significant cultural and landscape resources of the area.
The first competition requires a project idea for an area of interchange in disused railway areas near the marina of the Granatello and the ENEA’s scientific pole, for a dock near the Pietrarsa Railway Museum and for connections between the various points of attraction in the city.
1st prize: € 14,000; 2nd and 3rd prizes: € 2,000 each
The second competition instead requires a project idea for detachable seasonal equipment to support the coastal promenade.
1st prize: € 8,000; 2nd and 3rd prizes: € 1,500 each
Subsequently, for both competitions, the winner is expected to be appointed after verification of the requirements.
Architects and Engineers registered in the respective Orders or professional registers of countries belonging to the European Union.
Registration and material submission: 15 Mar 2019 at 12.00
For further information visit website www.concorsiportici.it
Portici in Naples.
Napolicreativa, Via A. Manzoni 153/I, 80123 Napoli.
Reuse of Ripafratta Castle Architecture Competition, Tuscany, Italy
Deadline: 15 May 2019
A non-profit initiative on the re-use of a Castle in Ripafratta, Tuscany, consists in an Architecture Competition and anExhibition.
The castle is a medieval fortress abandoned since the XVI century, when it was restored by the famous renaissance architect Giuliano da Sangallo in collaboration with Leonardo da Vinci. The main purpose of this call for projects is to prove that it’s still possible to bring life back inside this walls, after they’ve been a ruin for so many centuries.
This initiative is promoted by local cultural associations 120g, and Salviamo la Rocca , with the support of national organizations, as FAI, Italia Nostra Onlus, Municipality of San Giuliano Terme, University of Pisa, Confesercenti, Chambers of the Architects of Pisa and the Castle Italian Institute, through the website www.reuseitaly.com.
The design competition, open to architects, engineers and students, asks the participants to transform the ruin in a place for the climbing activities, events and conferences, and to design a public park connected with the hiking system of the surrounding mountains.
Just one A1 sheet is required.
The total prize is 2500 euro. The submitted projects will be displayed in an exhibition in a historical villa and the winners, in addition of receiving a prize, will be invited to explain their project to the citizenry during the “Festival of the Castle”, June 8-9th 2019.
The International Jury members :
Massimo Alvisi & Junko Kirimoto, Gong Dong (Vector Architects), Werner Tscholl, Mats Andersen & Trond Greve (Mir), Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua, (University of Pisa), Chris Precht (Penda), Marina Tabassum, Ted Baab (SO-IL), Alejandro Guerrero & Andrea Soto (Atelier Ars), Associazione Salviamo la Rocca, Gabriele Cei (Chamber of the Architects of Pisa).
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
New Cultural Center for Norwegian Waterfront in Oslo Architecture Competition, Oslo, Norway
12 April 2019: Registration deadline
STaRT, a platform for recearch of architecture, has launched #OSLOCALL, a contest of ideas for to project a new Cultural Center on waterfront of norwegian capital. The competition will select projects that will propose innovative solution and an excellent capacity of integration to the site.
Oslo is a unique place in perfect balance between architecture and nature: green landscapes, first among all the Fjords, make this one of the greenest cities in Europe. Great explorers have started to conquer extreme peaks but there are also artistic personalities, Munch and Viegeland, that have characterized Norwegian history. History and tradition are mixed with instances of contemporary design: Astrup Feornley Museu, Operahuslet, Barcode district, are just some of the architectures that have given a new image to the urban waterfront.
In this area of interesting ferment we want to imagine the Oslo Cultural Center, a contemporary sign in a district that with the Forsvartmuseet and the Nasjonallmuseet of Arkitektur has become a small cultural citadel. Auditorium, exhibition halls and photographic archiveswill be part of a new building in which events and performances will allow the local community to share experiences of historical-cultural value. A place for culture that gives continuity to the already started territorial development program.
Who can participate
There is no limit for the competition. I allowed to contest all those who want to deal with the theme proposed, whatever their country of origin. There are no age limits, can enroll graduate students, graduates or professionals. You can participate as an individual or as a group (max 5 components). In the second case it is necessary to elect a leader to have a contact person to which official communications. Each participant may submit only one project and not be part of more than one grouping. All competitors have the same rights and must fulfill the same obligations. Groups can be mixed or use more professional, they may be made simultaneously by graduate and undergraduate students.
Registration is open until the last day of delivery processed 12th of April 2019.
The registration procedures are as follows:
7 January – 27 February
the fee entry is of 30,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 20,00 euros if the participant is unique.
28 February – 12 April
the fee entry is of 40,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 25,00 euros if the participant is unique.
For those who want to take part in the contest by renouncing the final prize the participation fee is of 10,00 euros. The entry is valid for the entire duration of the contest (14 January – 12 April).
There are no refunds in any circumstances.
Sending the registration fee you accept every point of this regulation.
Those taking part in this competition are entitled to a 50% reduction, excluded the participants with FREE ENTRY, for the entry in #GENOVACALL, contest launched by the archicontest.net platform.
The methods of payment are the following:
– PayPal: You can submit your entry fee by referring to the firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Bank Transfer:For those wishing to pay by bank transfer can write to the email email@example.com and ask specific about the bank.
FAQ: For some questions you can write us before 31th of March at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The official languages of the competition are: English, Italian, Spanish.
Download & Program
Following the payment, we must send the payment receipt and the model A to email email@example.com. Only after this will send and area photos (no high-resolution images because it shouldn’t uses for rendering) and reference dwg plan in 2D format. It is forbidden to use a different plan than the one provided. Since this is a competition of ideas cannot find any reference to building restrictions do not constrain the work of competitors.
Functional specifications (minimum mandatory equipment that can be supplemented by other functions at the discretion of the participants):
Hall: 100 mq + Auditorium:500 posti + 2 Exhibition halls for temporary photographic exhibitions: 100 mq for each one + 2 Laboratory (picture and sculpture): 100 mq for each one + Bibliotech: 300 mq + Coffee space: 200 mq + Technical room (for water and electric machines) 100 mq + 1 public WC for plan: 3 for man, 3 for woman, 1 for inhables + 4 Offices: 20 mq cadauno + Dressing room for staff: 50 mq + Green public area: free dimension.
There is no limit of height for the new building and it is possible to design underground spaces.
Site: Oslo, Norway, Vippetangkaia
Surface: 2900 mq
Drawing & Deadlines
The files in digital format must be sent in a single moment, with each title in the alphanumeric code chosen at the discretion of the participants, by 23:59 (Norwegian timetable) on 12th of April 2019 to the email firstname.lastname@example.org; if the files exceed the capacity email you can use WeTransfer service to send its. Following the delivery the file cannot be re-submitted; in this case the participant will be excluded from the contest. This is part of the competition documentation:
-Model A: Attached to this announcement and to be delivered in .pdf format after payment of the registration fee, to receive the material, and the delivery of the final project. In addition to it you have to resend the payment receipt.
-Project Table: A digital file format A0 and drawn horizontally. It should be delivered in .jpg format with a resolution not exceeding 150 dpi. Anyone can decide how to draw up their work by inserting the elaborate plans, sections, three-dimensional reconstructions, render etc. The thesis project must contain at the top right an alphanumeric identifier(max 6 units) that each participant will choose freely.
-Relation of project: A folder A4 Word format, maximum 4000 characters including spaces, where not inserted images or graphics design. Internally they are described reasons formal and functional characterization of most of the proposal. In the header you must insert the alphanumeric code.
3NDY STUDIO – AM3 ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI – BIANCHIVENETOARCHITETTI – DEMOGO STUDIO – DIDONÈ COMACCHIO ARCHITETTI – ÈCRU STUDIO – INOUT ARCHITETTURA – KM429 ARCHITETTURA – LAPRIMASTANZA – MORANA RAO ARCHITETTURA – OPPS ARCHITETTURA – PARDINI HALL ARCHITECTURE – RRS STUDIO – WALTER LEONE ARQUITECTO
Integration context: 1-3 points – Formal and functional choices:1-3 points- Project communication: 1-3 points
The results will be publish not later thanil29th of April 2019. The work of the jury is incontestable. Besides the winners and the eventual mentioned works, the rest of the participants will be consider tied.
The attestate of participation can be requested within 60 days from the announcement of the winners.
Awards & Results
The winners will be announced on the website of the Association no later than the date of 29thof April 2019. Two different rankings will be drawn up.
The first ranking for participants with Ordinary and Extraordinary Entry the the prizes are this:
#The winner will receive a prize of 1000,00 euro (excluding TAX).
#Top three finishers will have an annual subscription to the DOMUS magazine in digital format.
#The winners and mentioned might take part for life at all our future competitions that we will propose on our portal.
The second ranking, intended for participants with Free Entry, provides for the identification of a unique winning project (which is not entitled to any cash prize) which will be recognized an annual subscription to the magazine DOMUS in digital format.
Read more information about the competition, please visit STaRT website: https://startfortalents.net/oslocall-contest-startfortalents/
Annual Q-City International Student Design Competition
(15 May, 2019 – 24:00(GMT+8): Registration Deadline)
31 May, 2019 – 24:00(GMT+8): Submission Deadline
UEDmagazine architecture contest news:
Q-City for this year is Xingtai located in Hebei province, which is full of historical heritage and development potential. Taking public spaces as the fulcrum, it is open to all college students from China and abroad, in urban planning, architectural design, landscape design, art design and so on, and is aimed to solicit creative renewal proposals for urban microscopic spaces.
First Prize (1 team): Honor certificate + Bonus 100,000RMB (before tax, around 15,000USD)
Second Prize (4 teams): Honor certificate + Bonus 30,000RMB (before tax, around 4,500USD)
Third Prize (10 teams): Honor certificate + Bonus 10,000RMB (before tax, around 1,500USD)
Honorable Mentions (several teams): Honor certificate and UED magazine
In the future, the competition between cities will go beyond the traditional pattern and direction. This competition which advocates “Quality City”, is an exploration and attempt of transforming methods for urban public spaces. “Quality City” is intended to further enhance the grade and characteristics of a city, show deeper potential inside the city, integrate spirit and culture of the city into the physical construction and development, and form the spiritual essence reflecting the identity of city, making more beautiful the buildings, more convenient the public services, and more delightful the living environment.
The design content include 1) Urban Renovation, 2) Smart City Furniture, 3) Health & Sports Facilities, 4) Public Art Installations and other buildings or installations that can stimulate the vitality of city, offering new perspective, new stage and new focus for the richness and vividness of daily life. The prize-winning works will have the opportunity to be implemented in Xingtai City, and the final decision will be made by local government.
1st Q-City International Student Design Competition official website: http://qcityxingtai.uedmagazine.net/en_index.html
Urban Environment Design (UED) Magazine covers the frontier ideas and practice of architecture, predicts the trend of contemporary architecture, and analyses the profound relations among architectures, events, city and environment. From domestic to international, from established architects to emerging minds, UED Magazine reports the current significant events, competition, ideas, and works.
Dedalo Minosse International Prize for Commissioning a Building
31 May 2019: Final Entry Deadline
22 years after its foundation, ALA-Assoarchitetti announces the eleventh edition of the Dedalo Minosse International Prize for Commissioning a Building.
RIBAJ Spanning Suburbia competition
14 May 2019 11:59 pm: Entry deadline
Design a one-off house with a wide range of lintel features for a chance to win £2,000 and have your work printed in The RIBA Journal.
Suburbia, that early 20th century typology, still holds a fascination for the architect, despite the rise of the larger metropolis and megalopolis. Even in our modern world, the aspirational middle-class values it embodies retain their draw.
Website: RIBAJ Spanning Suburbia competition
2019 COINS Grand Challenge Competition
12 Apr 2019
Could your idea make our built environment more sustainable? This is an opportunity to win funding of over £115k, business support and more.
Enter by 12 April at
RIBA London Festival of Architecture installation Design Contest
5 April 2019: deadline for entries
The RIBA invites architects and architecture students to design a temporary installation for the Architecture Gallery at the RIBA at 66 Portland Place, London.
The LFA installation will be on show from 4 June – August 2019.
Romanian Women in Architecture Competition
2 April 2019: deadline for nominations
PIONEER ROMANIAN WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE
EXHIBITION & EVENT by
the Romanian Cultural Institute London (RCI),
the Union of Architects in Romania (UAR) and
the Romanian Architects’ & Urbanists’ Forum (RAUF)
Part of London Festival of Architecture 2019
Call for entry:
RAUF, UAR and RCI London invite you to join the UK’s annual celebration of Women in Architecture with nominations for Romanian Women in Architecture who stand out through their practice.
Romanian architects and urbanists are called upon to put forward the name of a Romanian female architect who has inspired them through their architectural projects, writings or teaching. These proposed architects are expected to have made a significant contribution to architecture, design and the built environment.
A jury will choose the eight most outstanding entries. The jury will be chaired by Rosa Rogina, Head of Programme LFA and will include representatives of the three partner organisations. The selected entries will be included in the exhibition with which we will participate in this year’s LFA, on the theme of ‘Boundaries’, in June 2019.
A brief introduction of the proposed architect, setting out her contribution in the field of architecture, through projects, writings or teaching, in Romania or internationally. This should be a maximum 300-word text (preferably in English).
Two or three photographs of the architect’s most representative work, submitted as a single .pdf document or as a web link(s).
How to enter: please fill in the Google Form by clicking on the link:
Deadline: nominations should be received by midnight, on 2 April 2019.
The eight winners will have their entries shared on our social media channels; the entries will be developed into presentation boards, which will form part of the exhibition showcasing the work of Romanian Women in Architecture. They will be shown alongside a display of work by pioneers of architecture Virginia Haret-Andreescu, Henrieta Delavrancea-Gibory and Ioana Grigorescu – three of the most inspiring Romanian Women Architects of the early 20th century.
Queries: please email email@example.com by 28 March 2019, with the subject title ‘Pioneer Romanian Women in Architecture’.
Partners: the event is a joint initiative of UAR, RCI London & RAUForum in Great Britain and is part of LFA 2019.
Rosa Rogina – Head of Programme, London Festival of Architecture
Magda Stroe – Director ad interim, RCI London
Gabriela Mocan – Head of Architecture Programme, RCI London
Arh. Ileana Tureanu – President, UAR
Iolanda Costide AADipl RIBA, Principal NTA16 Architects – co-founder RAUF
Ana Becheru PGDipArc RIBA, Associate Director CBRE – co-founder RAUF
Iulia Fratila MArch RIBA, Proj. Arch. FletcherPriest Arch – project leader RAUF
Viru Keskus Design Competition, Tallinn, Estonia
The Estonian Association of Interior Architects are about to launch a contest for the interior design concept of the shopping centre that should keep the centre going for the next coming 10 years.
Feb 25 2019: invitations for submitting the portfolios
Mar 4 2019: deadline for submitting the portfolios
House of Santa Architecture Competition
Mar 4 2019: Closing Date for Submission
By international architecture and design magazine “Volume Zero”, a platform for architects and designers to showcase their exquisite works, vision and passion for innovative ideas and concepts.
Volume Zero has initiated a design challenge to create an innovative, sustainable and one of a kind house for Mr. Santa Claus in the Arctic Circle.
December 20th, 2018 – Launch of Competition
4 March, 2019 – Last date for submission of entries
3 May, 2019 – Announcement of results.
24h competition 28th edition
One day to climb the biggest mountain on earth!
23 – 24 February 2019
Living with Water – Waterfront Development in Hull, England
Submission deadline: 27 March 2019
RIBA launch Design Ideas Competition on behalf of Hull City Council:
Hull is a city built around water, which brings opportunities and challenges. Whilst
waterside living is seen as an attraction, the risk of flooding is something that needs
addressing through good design.
Humber Quays West and Hull Arena is one of the city’s most prestigious
redevelopment opportunities, and design ideas are being sought for this major
residential-led redevelopment to celebrate the waterfront city centre location. Water
resilient development is a key priority, therefore design ideas should embrace the
principles of ‘Living with Water’ and produce innovative designs to deal with flood
Last year, the RIBA published a report outlining what the government needs to do to
help create homes and communities that are resilient to flood damage. The report,
The value of flood-resilient architectural design, stresses that the UK can no longer
base its approach to managing flood risk on simply keeping the water out.
• Currently 1 in 6 homes in the UK are at risk of flooding – a number that is
expected to double by 2050
• Flooding causes an average of £1.4 billion of damage each year to businesses
Councillor Daren Hale, portfolio holder economic investment and regeneration, Hull
City Council said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for local, national and international design teams to
develop a brief that complements the extensive work and investment that has taken
place so far to make Hull a flood resilient city.
Preparation is critical for our city, and the team working across the Living with Water
partnership have brought together a wealth of expertise to the forefront of climate
change discussions that will not only help to shape our plans for future developments,
but also impact the city’s position in terms of a becoming a resilient economic driver
for the region.
In order to achieve this, investment in planning and architecture is key, and can make
all the difference.”
This is an international RIBA Competition, open to architect-led design teams. The
first phase of the competition seeks initial design proposals which will be assessed
anonymously. Up to five designs will then be selected to proceed to the second phase
of the competition. Anonymity will be lifted at the second phase and shortlisted
teams will be invited to develop their ideas in response to feedback.
For further details about the competition and how to enter please visit:
The closing date for submission of initial design proposals is 14.00hrs (GMT) on
Wednesday 27 March 2019.
To view Hull and Haltemprice Living with Water website:
Architecture Competition for St Michael le Belfrey Church, York, England, UK
RIBA international Competition for St Michael le Belfrey Church in York
St Michael le Belfrey Church and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) invite architect-led multi-disciplinary teams from around the world to enter a competition for the re-ordering of St Michael le Belfrey church building in York.
The Grade 1 listed church is situated in the heart of York’s historic centre and lies in a conservation area immediately adjacent to York Minster.
The church requires essential works and an opportunity has been identified for the building to be refurbished and altered to create a space better suited to 21st Century worship and mission.
The purpose of the re-ordered building is to provide a significant and attractive resource facility for engaging and welcoming people into the family of God requiring a space which provides an open, welcoming, accessible and warm church environment, with a flexible interior arrangement which remains faithful to its heritage. The re-ordering will seek to embrace the use of current technology to its fullest, while at the same time preserving the most significant historical and architectural aspects of the building.
In the first instance, Expressions of Interest are invited in accordance with the requirements set out in the preliminary briefing paper.
The deadline for Expressions of Interest is 14:00 Tuesday 19 February 2019.
Reverend Matthew Porter, vicar at St Michael le Belfrey Church, said: ‘This project is all about making our historic church building better suited for worship and mission in the 21st Century; being better equipped so we, and future generations, can even more effectively worship God and reach out with the love of Christ, to York and beyond.’
Keith Williams, Keith Williams Architects, acting as RIBA Advisor, said: ‘This stunningly beautiful church in its spectacular location next to one of Europe’s greatest cathedrals, is an absolute gem. Dating from the early 16th century, St Michael le Belfrey exhibits many layers of
architectural intervention as patterns of worship and social structures have evolved over time. The great challenge set out in this competition is to create the new legacy, the 21st century architectural intervention which will facilitate evolving patterns of worship for now and for generations to come.’
Full details of the RIBA Competition can be found here:
A shortlist of up to five teams will be selected by an appointed panel to participate in the design phase of the Competition. The evaluation panel will be comprised of Members of the Parochial Church Council (PCC) at St Michael le Belfrey and Keith Williams acting as the RIBA Advisor. Each of the five shortlisted teams will receive an honorarium payment of £7,000 (+VAT).
St Michael le Belfrey Church is a vibrant Christian Church based in the centre of York known commonly as “The Belfrey”. We have an overall congregation of around 800 people, praising God in Christ through various styles, encouraging joyful worship and practical bible teaching. Our vision is to be serving God’s Transformation of the North. We’re part of the Diocese of York and the Church of England. Our main church building is St Michael le Belfrey church (next to York Minster). St Cuthberts’ church (on Peasholme Green) is the venue for our House of Prayer. We believe that life is best lived in relationship with Jesus Christ. For further information visit www.belfrey.org or follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com/thebelfrey
House In Forest Design Competition
28 Feb 2019: Registration Deadline
1 Mar 2019: Submission Deadline
Title: Open Call: House In Forest 2019 – Tiny House
Subject: Open architectural/landscape/planning competition
Target: Designers, Architects, Students, Professionals
Organizer: HIF Committee
Price: USD 35/45/55
Keywords: House, Forest, Architecture, Design, Landscape, Planning
“Less is More” – Mies Van der Rohe, Architect
The 5th annual international design competition by this organisation is designed to challenge and seek the creation of a tiny house with ideas and concepts in architectural design, as well as landscape design and site planning. The aim of this competition is to promote our ideas of protecting the forest and its environment, as well as focusing on urban design problems, while simultaneously raising awareness of the sustainability.
This year’s competition focuses on houses of a limited site area, seeking an extraordinary architectural style with creative designs.
Your tiny house design must be over no more than two floors with a total amount of 30sqm (320sqft) site plan, and has to feature four basic components: living room, bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. The competition seeks the creation of a tiny house for one or two people to live comfortably with ideas and concepts in architectural design with site planning.
Whoever you are students or professional architects, or experienced designers, working individually or in teams, we warmly welcome you to take participate in this competition. Winning participants will receive cash prize with certificate.
Total prizes: $1,000, including $500 for the first place winner.
Winning projects will be posted on the official website as a competition portfolio with exhibition launched.
Please visit website for more details http://HouseInForest.com/
31 Jan 2019 Standard Registration
28 Feb 2019 Last Minute Registration
01/03/2019 Submission Deadline
01/03/2019 – 30/04/2019 Jury Deliberation
01/05/2019 Announcement of Winners
First Prize – $500 + Certificate + Portfolio Publication
Second Prize – $300 + Certificate + Portfolio Publication
Third Prize – $200 + Certificate + Portfolio Publication
10 Honorable Mentions to be published on the official website
Please visit https://houseinforest.com/register-now/
eVolo 2019 Skyscraper Competition
eVolo Magazine invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in the 2019 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture.
(Nov 20, 2018: Early registration deadline)
Jan 29, 2019: Late registration deadline
Feb 12, 2019: Project submission deadline (23:59 hours US Eastern Time)
Apr 9, 2019: Winners’ announcement
1st place: US $5000
2nd place: US $2000
3rd place: US $1000
Fairy Tales Architecture Competition
Winners will be selected by a jury that includes Tatiana Bilbao, Moshe Safdie, Jurgen Mayer and Mark Foster Gage, among many more.
Pan-American Architecture Biennial in Quito 2018 Competition, Ecuador, South America
The Ecuadorian Architect Association “Colegio de Arquitectos – Provincia de Pichincha” runs the Pan-American Architecture Biennial in Quito BAQ (Bienal Panamericana de Arquitectura de Quito). It provides the space for exchange, comparison and analysis of architectural and urban contemporary tendencies and products.
II Edición de los Premios de Arquitectura con Eñe
Oficina de Concursos
Colegio Oficial de arquitectos de Madrid
SqrFoot House Housing For One Competition
The growing issue of homeless people around the world is one that needs to be tackled on a war footing. As our cities grow, each of them are occupied by a diverse narrative of migrants who make the city their home. A third of all urban dwellers worldwide – 1.2 billion people – lack access to safe and secure housing.
The gap is worst in lower and middle income countries, where some cities are growing so quickly that governments cannot build out services and infrastructure fast enough to accommodate new arrivals. The result is millions living in inadequate conditions and fraying trust in governments.
RIBA Competition for Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology
Design team sought for a new joint eye care, research and education facility for Moorfields Eye Hospital, UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Charity
At the first phase, Expressions of Interest are invited from innovative, multi-disciplinary design teams by completing the Selection Questionnaire. The evaluation of the submitted Selection Questionnaires will lead to a shortlist of up to five design
teams to prepare design proposals, who will each receive an equal honorarium of £15,000 +VAT.
Archasm Tokyo (Anti) Library Architecture Contest, Japan
image courtesy of architecture contest organisers
Tokyo Architecture Design Competition 2018
Japan and its people have been at the forefront of a digital revolution since the past four or five decades. The country has long existed between two realms. On the one hand, we have the traditional “old world” of temples, tea ceremonies and calligraphic cherry blossoms.
Prague Victory Square Design Competition, Czech Republic
A new architectural-urbanist competition for an important square in Prague, Czech Republic:
DSGN Workshop Competition, International
This international architecture competition by NGO “DSGN Workshop” is aimed towards students and recent graduates.
The winning proposal of their Innovation Hub Development Scheme competition will then be built in 2019 for their partner community organisation “Five Pillar Foundation” in Bali, Indonesia, as part of a voluntary international architecture and design workshop initiative.
Cities of Tomorrow Architecture Competition
photo : Jared J Kohler
Cities of Tomorrow Architecture Competition
Violent conflict and persecution, compounded by rising food insecurity, environmental degradation, poor governance and countless other factors, drove more than three million people to leave their countries as refugees or to seek asylum in 2016, joining millions of others already in exile.
Design for Peace Competition
DESIGN FOR PEACE is pleased to invite designers, makers, producers, creative entrepreneurs, social innovators from all over the world to take part in the Global Competition THE PEACEMAKERS CHALLENGE.
image from architectural contest organisers
Design for Peace Competition
Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport Renewal Plan － RUNWAY PARK International Competition for Young Designer, East China
This architectural competition is a global call open to young designers, artists, teachers and students (below 40-years-old) majoring in urban planning, architecture design, landscape design, and art design. The architectural contest seeks creative renewal proposals for urban public space of Nanjing, the Jiangsu province capital city and the only megacity in the Yangtze River Delta Area.
It is expected to offer a new perspective, new stage and new focal point to enrich daily life and stimulate a discussion about the core value of public space – a totally immersed and shared experience.
This architecture competition is a good opportunity for young designers to show their capabilities.
(Nov 15 2018: Registration Deadline)
Dec 1 2018: Submission Deadline
Competition Website: http://runwaypark_renewal.chinabuildingcentre.com/en_index.html
Competition E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
First Prize (1 team): Honor certificate + Bonus 100,000RMB (before tax, approx 15,000US$)
Second Prize (4 teams): Honor certificate + Bonus 30,000RMB (before tax, approx 4,500US$)
Third Prize (10 teams): Honor certificate + Bonus 10,000RMB (before tax, approx 1,500US$)
Honorable Mentions (several teams): Honor certificate
Sponsors: Nanjing Urban Planning Bureau; Nanjing South New Town Development and Construction Management Committee
Organizer: CBC (China Building Centre)
Technical Supporters: Urban Planning & Design Institute of Southeast University China Culture and Technology Innovation Service Alliance
Company Address: NO.50, Xingshikou Road, Inside-Out Architecture Artist Colony, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.C.
Tel: +49 152 5591 4462 E-mail: email@example.com
Young Balkan Designers 2019: Circular Design
Architecture contest by Mikser organization from Belgrade, Serbia
20 February, 2019, 23.59
What is a Hotel Competition
This architectural competition questions the notion of a hotel and confronts the stereotypes and conventions of this building typology. The design competition encourages participants to explore innovative and unorthodox solutions that develop the boundaries of hotel architecture.
31 Dec 2018: Early registration
30 Jan 2019: Standard Registration
31 Jan 2019: Submission deadline
*Deadlines are 11:59 PM- 00:00 IST (India)
Design that Educates Awards 2019
The Design that Educates Awards (DtEA) investigate the educational potential of architecture and design. The ability to communicate the implemented solutions and features is the main theme of the awards.
Outros Territórios – International Call for Urban Intervention, Brasil
Vazio S/A, Coletivo Aurora and Eduardo de Jesus launch the open architecture competition Outros Territórios – International Call for Urban Intervention.
Outros Territórios (Other Territories) is a suite of ephemeral interventions proposed for a hilly neighborhood in Belo Horizonte, Brazil called Buritis. The architectural proposal imagines an instantaneous transformation of the landscape: this will be done via occupation of the numerous stilt systems propping up the hillside buildings.
The array of forgotten spaces, ignored for their unsightly strangeness, will be infused with city life through an event that posits an open field of study: the latent possibilities in the existing city.
The interventions will be chosen through a public, international open call for projects. Selected ideas will feature in an exhibition at the Viaduto das Artes (Arts Underpass)—Phase I.
Phase II will execute a number of the projects selected during Phase I and organize a free itinerary for visiting the executed works. The idea is to configure a circuit for debate on issues pertaining to the city, explore interfaces between architecture, the visual arts, public lighting and the cityscape, and problematize city management, environmental and architectonic liabilities, urban voids and the real-estate market.
Outros Territórios has the institutional support of Belotur (City Hall of Belo Horizonte) and the Institute of Architects of Brazil – Minas Gerais chapter.
22 Jan 2019: Close of registration
29 Jan 2019: Release of the results
March 2019: Exhibition Opening
The Term of Reference in English is available in this link
The Term of Reference in Portuguese: link
More information at the website www.outrosterritorios.com.br/en.
Contact: Vazio S/A, Av. Cristóvão Colombo 550/503, Belo Horizonte, MG30140.150, Brasil 55 31 3286-3869www.vazio.com.br
# 018 Tokyo Parking tower Architecture Contest
3 Dec 2018 deadline
The city, divided into two main areas – the continental and the insular – is the most industrialized zone of the country while being the center of politics, economy and popular culture.
November 13 2018: Regular registrations ends
December 3 2018: Late registration and faq ends
December 3 2018- 18:00h (Madrid time): Submission deadline
PAVE 2018 Student Design Competition
1 Nov 2018: deadline for entries
The annual international competition is only open to college-level students involved in retail planning, design, visual merchandising, and branding programs.
For the DIY new homeowner or even the seasoned Pro contractor, home improvement projects can be exciting and exhilarating. But getting the right tools, the right materials and the right know-how can make home improvement projects daunting as well.
The 2018 PAVE Design Challenge invites you to rethink and reinvent how The Home Depot stores can give customers the know-how they need to tackle all their home improvement projects with confidence. As a company, we challenge ourselves to bring fresh thinking and customer-centric innovation every day.
Prizes include grants to students and schools and winning students may even see their designs come to life. The competition is open to undergraduate students only.
First Place – $8,000
Second Place – $5,500
Third Place – $3,000
Honorable Mention – $1,000
*Winners will also receive a travel stipend to be honored at the 2018 PAVE Gala on December 5, 2018, in New York City
**Prizes awarded to teams of two will be split between both team members
Contest Contact – Dash Nagel 954 241 4834 firstname.lastname@example.org
RIBA Stand at Futurebuild 2019 Competition
16 October 2018, 2pm: deadline for applications
The Royal Institute of British Architects open call for architects to create a highly visible, dynamic architect-designed stand at Futurebuild.
Aquatecture 2018 Design Competition
30 Sep 2018: Standard Registration deadline
15 Sep 2018: Queries closing date
10 Oct 2018: Submission closing date
Prizes of total USD 4500, broken down as follows:
1st Prize: USD 2000 + Certificate + Trophies + Publication
2nd Prize: USD 1200 + Certificate+ Trophies + Publication
3rd Prize: USD 800 + Certificate+ Trophies + Publication
5 Honorable Mentions: USD 100 + Certificate
10 Special Mentions: Certificate
Winners, Honorable Mentions and Special Mentions will be published on Volume Zero website and several international architecture and design magazines.
All the participants will receive a participation certificate.
Early Bird Registration:
USD 65 (per team)
INR 1800 (per team) – partcipants from India
USD 85 (per team)
INR 2400 (per team) – partcipants from India
International Urban Design Competition for the Regeneration of Tongyeong Dockyard, South Korea
14 October 2018: Submission deadline
Mid-October, 2018: Public announcement of winning entry
Call for Ideas to the
INTERNATIONAL IDEAS COMPETITION FOR THE
REGENERATION OF TONGYEONG DOCKYARD
Competition Site: Shina Dockyard District area in Tongyeong, Gyengsangnam-do, Korea
Competition Type: Open International Ideas Competition in one stage
Eligibility: Open to all, free
Applicants must choose one topic.
(One person can apply for multiple items, only one entry for each item)
① Proposing the use of dock and crain for cultural and tourism attraction
② Proposing a new landmark for the dockyard site
③ Proposing various transportation methods for site approach
④ Storytelling for the regeneration of old downtown
⑤ Any other suggestions for regeneration
Materials to be Submitted Proposal (PDF file, A4 Size 10 to 20 pages)
1st prize (1 team) : KRW 10,000,000
2nd prize (4 teams) : KRW 5,000,000 each
3rd prize (10 teams) : KRW 1,000,000 each
Architectural and Planning Solution of ITMO Highpark Innovation Center, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
JSC ITMO Highpark has announced the contest for an architectural and planning solution the so-named innovation center with a university campus on the territory of Yuzhny satellite-city Project in Pushkin District of St.Petersburg, Russia.
1 October, 2018: finish date
Shaking Up Havana’s Malecon Competition, Cuba
Eleven’s current challenge focuses on Havana’s iconic Malecon in a sea defence and cultural space competition.
11 Sep 11:00am (UK Time): Registration Closes / Submission Deadline
Public Voting Opens Online: 17th September
Public Voting Closes Online: 10th November
Winners and Awarded Announced: 11th November
Early Bird: £60
Late Bloomer: £120
– Winner: £2000
– Runner-Up: £400
– Minimum 6 Honourable Mentions: no cash (boo) but lots of glory (yay)!
– People’s Choice Award (selected by general public voting): £100
St Martin’s Church in Brighton Competition
12 Sep 17.00: registration deadline
17 Sep 1300: Stage 1 submission deadline
Location: St Martin with St Wilfrid, St Alban and St Richard Hollingdean, Lewes Road, Brighton, Sussex, England, UK.
A competitive challenge seeking practical, exciting and commercially viable ideas for the innovative reuse of St Martin’s Church in Brighton.
Colander Associates is delighted to announce this intriguing competition to find new uses for this beautiful Grade II* church.
International Design Competition for Landscape of Columnar Jointing area, Jejn, South Korea
The city of Seogwipo is holding the “International Design Competition for Landscape of Columnar Jointing Area, Jeju” to improve the stunning scenery of the columnar jointing area near Jungmun Daepo Coast that reveals Jeju’s unique geological features, culture, and natural landscape.
It will be conducted in the form of an international competition with 5 to 7 invited teams. Refer bellow for competition outlines.
1. Eligibility for Participation
In order to ensure adequate consideration for the potential of the site’s landscape in producing creative design, each team can be comprised of professionals from diverse fields. HOWEVER, team members must include experts in landscape architecture and architecture for qualification.
Expert may participate ether as individuals or as company. Design Director (an expert in landscape architecture, individual) to supervise the overall landscape design of the columnar jointing area must be appointed.
For survey and design of the cultural heritage repair of the site during the design implementation following the competition, the company listed as the cultural heritage repair engineering (survey and design sector) must be one of the joint participants.
2. Submission of Application
September 6th, 2018 10:00-17:00 (GMT +09:00)
Method: in person
Address: The Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
Suit 1004 of the New Bldg.,
22, Teheran-ro 7-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
(The Korea Science and Technology Center)
3. Evaluation Criteria for Invitation
① Adequacy of team composition, member roles and execution plan
② Experience in executing relevant projects
③ Excellency of understanding of the site and the proposed direction for the landscape design
※ Eligibility for participants may be changed during the competition process.
For more details, please refer to the website (http://www.columnarjointing-jeju.com).
We are looking forward to the passionate participation of professionals with creative design proposals for the “International Design Competition for Landscape of Columnar Jointing Area, Jeju”
Thinking – Alternative Designs for Offices Contest, from Non Architecture Competitions
31 Aug 2018 deadline
We can consider “architecture” everything that has already been designed and/or built. that would define a realm of conventional solutions, often repeated in a self-referential system.
Archasm Wilderness Pavilion Kenya Architecture Competition, East Africa
30 July 2018: Registration deadline
31 July 2018: Submissions deadline
The aim of the competition is to design a free standing pavilion in the heart of Amboseli National park that would allow visitors new ways to view and experience the wilderness and be close to nature. The proposal must be a poetic response for a pavilion structure in a very sensitive environment that would become the ‘eyes and ears’ for visitors who want to connect with the natural ecosystem and reflect upon nature in its true spirit.
Hidden Homeless: An architectural competition for Young Homeless
31 Jul 2018: Submission deadline
28 Sep 2018: Public exhibition – winners announced
Architectural design competition sponsored by New Horizon Youth Centre launches in Spring 2018.
Data from the UK government suggests that half of Britain’s homeless people are in London. This design competition challenges designers and architects to propose innovative approaches to decent housing and shelter units for the homeless of London.
This ideas competition offers designers the opportunity to generate innovative design solutions that explore the challenges of youth homelessness in London.
Sponsored by New Horizons Youth Centre, it challenges designers and architects to come forward with innovative approaches to decent housing for homeless youngsters. Although this is an ideas competition, there is the potential and the aspiration to build the best designs generated through this competition on suitable sites in the future.
For further information see Hidden Homeless Architecture Competition
2018 Taipei International Design Award, Taiwan
TIDA are holding an award competition in designing, with three categories:
Visual Communication design, public space design, industrial design.
With no quantities limitation, the maximum group size is 5 people.
25 July 2018: Submission deadline
TEL：+886-2-2698-2989 ext. 2999
24h competition 25th edition – favela
21 – 22 July 2018
A space where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity. The aim of this competition is to present answers in 24h to social problems, visionary ideas, humanitarian causes and sociologic problems of the contemporary societies.
Room Within a Room Competition
June 19 2018: Submission deadline
Win £2500 by designing a room within a room, with RIBAJ and Norbord.
A new competition from RIBAJ invites architects to design innovative workspaces inside a room in a house, public building or office.
Inspired by renaissance painting Jerome in his study by Antonello da Messina, which features a ‘room within a room’, the overall idea is to create a space of intense study within a much larger architectural volume.
To have the chance of winning first prize of £2500, the designer must consider the artistic, studious lifestyle of the user and utilise SterlingOSB, produced by Norbord.
Jan-Carlos Kucharek of RIBAJ says: “Judges will be looking for imaginative uses of the product and pioneering, transformative spatial ideas. It is totally open to the imagination, and originality is certainly encouraged. We’re extremely excited to see what creativity is out there.”
Three commended submissions will also receive £250 each and all shortlisted entries will be invited to the prizegiving event on 20th September 2018.
The competition is held in partnership with Norbord Europe and will be chaired by RIBA Journal. The deadline for entries is 19th June 2018.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com
For more information including a full brief, please visit:
Room Within a Room Architecture Competition
RTF Global Architecture & Design Awards 2018
After successfully completing the RTF Awards for consecutive five years, Rethinking The Future has launched the Global Architecture and Design Awards 2018 with even more project categories this year.
GADA 2018 Reach Schedule:
15 June 2018 – Submission Deadline
Ibiza Artist House Architecture Competition
June 8 2018: Late registration and FAQ ends
June 8 2018- 18:00 GMT+1:00 (Madrid time): Submission deadline
MArch Valencia relies on reTHINKING competitions to organize a competition where, in addition to the prizes, a scholarship is awarded for one of its Architecture programs.
This new architecture contest is # 016 Ibiza Artist House.
24h competition – humanity
26 – 27 May 2018
A space where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity.
Late period of registration: 16 – 26 May at 11:59 – Fee € 30
After the competition start – Fee € 50
Bridge of Entrepreneur International Design Competition, Zhong’an Chuanggu Technology Park, China
May 15, 2018: Proposal Collection deadline
May 16, 2018 – June 30, 2018: Jury Review
First Prize (1 team): Certificate + Bonus 100,000RMB (before tax, around $15,000)
Second Prize (2 teams): Certificate + Bonus 40,000RMB (before tax, around $6,000)
Third Prize (3 teams): Certificate + Bonus 10,000RMB (before tax, around $1, 500)
Honorable Mentions (44 teams): Certificate + Bonus 1,000RMB (before tax, around $150)
The Architecture MasterPrize
Final Deadline on Friday, August 31st
The Architecture MasterPrize is honoring and awarding architects and designers who push boundaries and set new standards, who turn the ordinary into the truly extraordinary and inspire others, today and for generations to come.
The Architecture MasterPrize stands:
- To advance the appreciation of quality architectural design around the world,
- To celebrate the greatest achievements in architecture, interior design and landscape design,
- To showcase the world-class talent and visionaries in these fields.
A jury of esteemed architects, industry professionals and academics considers entries in 41 categories across the fields of architecture, interior design and landscape design.
Architecture MasterPrize entry
School of Architecture Competition
Think Vertical Create Vertical
Call me Architecture. I am a product of a way of thinking. Over the years, I have presented myself as a dream of civilizations. I have found myself layered endlessly, while my contemporaries have evolved into rather noteworthy images of their primitive selves. Although I am interpreted differently in many a space and time, I may mean the same. I see myself as an instrument to elucidate problems. My nature of debates may have changed and my discipline altered, but I have existed with one and only one purpose: to serve. I remember and I do reflect.
Although my learners have significantly cultivated newer spaces over the period of time where I have been transformed, twisted and determined to newer arrangements: it has been hard to perceive them not exploring a comfortable one for themselves. In fact, to be a student of architecture demands to be something other than the student at all the times. Hence, in the event of facilitating such an idea, I bring you an opportunity to paint me in the idea you want.
The open ideas competition invites participation from architects, designers and students to come up with an imaginary story of farming architectural learning into vertical derivative of a building. While there is no limit to one’s imagination, the competition would dwell in the historical city of Milan so as to gain a perspective of context and affairs around the place.
The participants are encouraged to deal with a unique and distinctive approach to the acknowledged domain of identity. We would indeed love to see architectural school as a comedy of individual errors which when unified produce a meaningful setting for ideas. Kindly avoid clichés as different traits of architecture schools and work towards more constructive programs. We ask you to go as much Up as possible to avoid the down.
31 March 2018 – Last date for queries
12 April 2018 – Standard Registration Ends
16 April 2018 – Submission Deadline
Winner : 2000 $ + Certificate
1st Runner-up : 1000 $ + Certificate
2nd Runner-up : 500 $ + Certificate
15 Honorable Mentions
Top 50 entries will be published on the design contest website.
Top 3 entries may get additional publication at media partners’ web pages.
Website url : School of Architecture Competition
Museum of Language London Architecture Contest, England, UK
31 March 2018 – Early Registration deadline
29 April 2018 – Standard Registration deadline
30 April 2018 – Closing day for Submissions
The architecture competition aims at:
• Preservation of language through the creation of a dedicated language bank that exhibits different world languages in an interactive manner.
• Creation of a dedicated learning platform that will allow a detailed research and innovation in terms of the past, present and future world languages.
• Create a poetic response for a language museum through the means of architecture.
• Creating an icon that will have enrich and contribute to the culture of the city of London.
Matera, city of culture Competition, Southern Italy
15 April – entry deadline
INSTAURA, portal for restoration and recovery, launches an architectural competition of ideas for the enhancement of Matera, acient city in suthern Italy. The architecture contest aims to intervene in the old center of the city with the insertion of a contemporary sign, Museum of Culture, that can becomes a new pole of interest on an urban scale.
the new Museum of Culture, a container of traditions.
WHO CAN PARTECIPATE
Anyone can participate, without limits of age or country, either individually or in groups. You cannot take part in the contest with more than one project.
HOW TO REGISTER
SPECIAL ENTRY: from 15th of January – 25nd of February the fee entry is of 30,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 20,00 euros if the participant is unique.
ORDINARY ENTRY: from 25nd of February – 15th of April the fee entry is of 40,00 euros for team (regardless of the number of competitors) and 25,00 euros if the participant is unique.
The winners will be announced on the website of the Association no later than the date of 21th of May 2018. The first three works will be deserving, are not excluded special mentions.
– The winner will receive a prize of 1000,00 euro (excluding TAX).
– Top three finishers will have an annual digital subscription to MARK MAGAZINE.
– The winners and mentioned will be publicate on instaur.it and startfortalents.net (and on all the sector portals that will promote the initiative), participation in future contests, workshops, and tours organized by instaura.it and startfortlanets.net
PIAM Architecture Competition
After the success of participation in previous editions, Matimex announces another year of PIAM, the International Architecture Prize dedicated on this occasion to the Contemporary Commercial Spaces.
This prize is addressed to professionals and students associated with the architecture, technical architecture, design, interior design, engineering and with similar profiles with this characteristics.
Professional category Prizes:
1st prize: 3.000 €
2nd prize: 1.000 €
Students category Prizes:
1st prize: 1.000 €
2nd prize: 500 €
29 Jan – 7 May
PIAM website: www.premiosmatimex.com
Immortalised: A Design Competition
8 May 17.00 GMT: Submission Deadline
As part of the Immortalised season, Historic England are inviting proposals for new ways of remembering events, people and identities in the public realm.
2018 is a particularly significant year for anniversaries in England, with events up and down the country commemorating the end of the First World War and the victory of the Votes for Women campaign. New statues, plaques and monuments are planned to mark these important historical moments, helping bring to the surface previously overlooked stories and individuals. In response – and recognising that artists, architects and designers have always played a key role in shaping our commemorative landscape – we want to explore alternative approaches to public memory in England.
– What is an appropriate memorial for your chosen region to leave to future generations?
– What stories or individuals deserve greater recognition?
– How might different materials and design approaches change how we think about public memory?
– What creative alternatives might there be to tearing down contested statues?
The organisers are looking for critical and unexpected responses to these questions.
Proposals may be physical, permanent, temporary, preformative, intangible, or a mixture of the above. They should respond to the unique story of the individual, group or event being remembered, and to the proposed location of the memorial.
The ten successful applicants will receive £2,000 to develop their proposals for display in the Immortalised exhibition, and will be invited to the exhibition opening in September 2018.
This architecture competition is open to anyone over the age of 18.
Submissions are particularly welcome from individuals representing the below groups and/or interdisciplinary teams:
Architecture, art and design students
Artists and other creative practitioners
Young architects and small practices
Local history and heritage groups
For more information on this architectural competition and how to enter, please visit www.historicengland.org.uk/immortalisedcompetition, or alternatively, refer to the Competition Pack, see link below.
Website: Immortalised: A Design Competition
Dancing – Alternative Designs for Clubs Contest, from Non Architecture Competitions
(27 Apr 2018: Late registration period deadline)
30 Apr : Submission Deadline
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Kaira Looro Design Competition
Architecture competition for new cultural center – A tribute to the Africa’s culture in a remote place of the earth.
Hundred-years old cultures give birth to Communities, being transmitted through rhymes of those who are narrating it and interpretating tha past through wisdom. One’s accomplishments result from rituals and metamorphosis, bonding the human being to its own roots through dance, history, music, colours, flavours, materials and landscapes.
(11 Mar to 4 Apr 2018: Late registration)
25 Apr 2018: Competitions deadline
Felixstowe Road Housing Architecture Competition, Bexley, London, England, UK
16 Apr deadline
The Royal Institute of British Architects design competition on behalf of a partnership comprising the London Borough of Bexley, its arm’s length development company BexleyCo, and Peabody (major housing provider).
The Felixstowe Road Housing Architecture Competition seeks to select an architect to design a high-density residential development on a prominent site opposite the Abbey Wood Crossrail station and close to Thamesmead within the London Borough of Bexley.
Up to five bid teams will be shortlisted and invited to participate in the design and tender phase of the selection process. An equal honorarium of GBP £8,000 (+VAT) will be paid to each of the bid teams who submits a compliant final tender and gives a clarification interview presentation.
16 April 2018 14.00hrs (BST) : Deadline for receipt of SQ returns
24h competition – bigData
April 7 at 11:49 am London GMT + 0:00 : Registration deadline:
April 7 12:00pm (noon) London GMT+0:00 : access to the brief on the contest day
A space where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity. This competition proposes give responses in 24H to the social problems, future visions, climate changes, humanitarian causes and sociologic problems of the contemporary societies. Commitment, perseverance, inspiration and hard work are the necessary bases to develop a proposal that meets the premises that will be released regularly in the brief of the competition.
Desert Waypoint for Contemplation and Exhibitions Competition
(March 4, 2018 – Registration (late fee $90.00) deadline)
March 18, 2018 – Deadline for proposals submission
Montello Foundation is proud to announce a Student Design Competition for A Desert Waypoint for Contemplation and Exhibitions.
Montello Foundation is a foundation dedicated to support artists who foster our understanding of nature, its fragility and our need to protect it.
The Montello Foundation intends to build a waypoint, so artists’ interpretations of nature and our interactions with nature may be the starting point for travelers’ contemplations.
The purpose of the structure is threefold: 1) House temporary exhibitions, 2) Create a place of rest and contemplation for travelers and the local community, 3) Provide a place to meet and exchange views and perceptions.
Lanzarote Dynamic Square, Arrecife, Canary Islands, Spain
Mar 23 – Late registration and FAQ ends
Mar 23 18:00h GMT+1:00 (Madrid time) – Submission deadline
The Cabildo of Lanzarote has been trying since 1989 to reactivate and enhance the cultural attractiveness of Arrecife. The main objective of this project is to convert the El Almacén plaza (Arrecife) into an urban point of culture and social meeting. And with this contest it is intended to take an important step for it since the proposal will be built.
Triumph Architectural Treehouse Award (TATA) 2018 : Treehouse fit for a Prince, London, England
The aim of this international ideas competition is to recognise the architectural and design principle involved in designing a high quality treehouse and the role they sometimes play in shaping our ideas of low-cost, low maintenance and sustainable architectural design in many world communities.
This architecture competition investigates, explores and emphasises the importance of sustainable concept in Treehouse design as they become ever more popular, more intricate and more commercial.
16 Mar 2018 23:59 (GMT) – Late Registration deadline
23 March 2018 23.59 hours (GMT) – Closing Date for Submission
Concurso de Ideias Desafios Urbanos’17
15 March – submission deadline
The Espaço de Arquitetura portal, sponsored by CS-Tiles, Love, Margres, ATZ, Lummenn and with the institutional support of Fafe City Council, promotes the URBAN CHALLENGES’17 Ideas Contest.
The aim is to revitalize the area occupied by the former Fafe Municipal Market, located in an area of around 3000m2, through the design of a new building, next to the Square of Communities, which, due to its privileged location and size, requires a reflection and special attention.
It is expected that this challenge will result in solutions that guarantee the revitalization of the urban fabric, the alteration of the strategic positioning of the surrounding area, with direct effects on the cultural and socio-economic dynamics.
Taking into account the dynamics that it intends to promote and the need, on the one hand, to transfer the Automobile Museum which has a collection of about 60 vehicles, on the other hand, to add the history of the Rally de Portugal as an identity of the city of Fafe, considered the “Rally Cathedral”, the design of the Automobile Museum and the Rally of Portugal (MARP) is considered fundamental.
1st Prize: 5000.00 € (five thousand euros)
2nd Prize: 1000.00 € (thousand euros)
3rd Prize: 500.00 € (five hundred euros)
1st Prize: € 700.00 (seven hundred euros)
2nd Prize: € 300.00 (three hundred euros)
15 Mar 18:00 – Receipt of Works
23 Mar – Publication of Received Proposal Codes
12 Apr – Notification of Selection Decision
House In Forest 2018 – Timber House Architecture Competition
Registration Deadline: 1 March 2018
Submission Deadline: 1 March 2018
Price: USD 35
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House In Forest 2018 – Timber House Architecture Competition
Annual international design competition: House In Forest 2018 – Timber House. This competition is designed to challenge and seek to explore the fantastic ides of architectural design, as well as landscape design and site planning.
Bespoke Access Awards 2017/18
27 Feb 2018 – entry deadline
International design competition for fully accessible hotel rooms, with a prize fund of £30,000.
Paralympic Gold Medalist Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson and RIBA Stirling Prize-winning architect Alan Stanton OBE amongst competition judges.
The deadline for the Bespoke Access Awards competition has been extended to Tuesday 27 February 2018.
AZ Awards Architecture Competition, Canada – International
Feb 20, 2018 : Final entry deadline
– Entries are juried by a panel of architects & designers at the forefront of their professions
– Finalists and Winners are published in the AZ Awards Annual issue and are recognized at the AZ Awards Gala in June
– Student winner receives a $5000 cash prize
Arch at Zero 2017 Competition
registration deadline: Jan 10, 2018, 1:00 PM PST
submission deadline: Jan 30, 2018, 1:00 pm PST
Location: Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies (RTC), Tiburon, California, USA
Architecture at Zero is a zero net energy design competition open to students and professionals worldwide, engaging architecture, engineering, and planning students and professionals in the pursuit of energy efficient design.
This year’s architectural competition is a science education facility in Tiburon, California. Student registration is free. Register for updates.
The competition challenge is to create a zero net energy bayside community education and visitor’s center, in support of the mission of the Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies (RTC). This facility is San Francisco State University’s center for estuary and ocean science located on 53 acres of bayside property in Tiburon, California.
New Hsinta Ecological Power Plant Construction Project Conceptual Design Competition
5 Jan 2018 Registration Deadline
23 Jan 2018 Submission Deadline
New Hsinta Ecological Power Plant Construction Project Conceptual Design
“Aesthetics” becomes a new dimension of the next-generation power plant.
Taiwan Power Company’s Hsinta Power Plant is looking to expand its natural gas facilities at the No. 2 plant location in Yongan District, Kaohsiung City. To ensure harmony with the surrounding historical architecture and wetland ecology of salt fields, the Company is soliciting a breakthrough ecological power plant design and landscaping program that aligns its design thinking with leading global visions.
The result of the competition will serve to inform the plant’s future design and construction.
This marks the first time Taiwan brings the conceptual design of a power plant into an international competition. Taiwan Power Company cordially invites outstanding professional teams as well as students in architecture, landscape design and spatial design from local and abroad to take part in this competition!
Winners and Awards:
1. Stage One:
Five Shortlists: NT$ 200,000 for each (Approximately US$ 6,600)
(Awarded the right to enter into Stage Two)
Five Honorable Mentions: NT$ 100,000 for each (Approximately US$ 3,300)
Ten Selected Awards: Certificate of Award
2. Stage Two:
One First Prize: NT$ 4,000,000(Approximately US$ 130,000)
One Second Prize: NT$ 2,000,000(Approximately US$ 66,000)
One Third Prize: NT$ 1,000,000(Approximately US$ 33,000)
Two Merit Awards: NT$ 500,000(Approximately US$ 16,000) for each
Qualifications for Participation:
1. Any licensed architect (or architect firm) of Taiwan (R.O.C.) or any licensed architect (or architect firm),
licensed landscape architect (or landscape architect firm) of foreign country, alone or in teams.
2. Any design-related company of Taiwan (R.O.C.) or foreign country, alone or in teams.
3. Any student recommended by design-related department of university of Taiwan (R.O.C.) or
foreign country, alone or in teams.
Registration Acceptance Period 2017/10/24 ~ 2018/01/05
Material Submission Deadline 2018/01/23
Stage One Jury Session 2018/01/25 ~ 2018/01/26
Announcement of the Shortlists 2018/01/26
Stage Two Jury Session 2018/04/26 ~ 2018/04/27
Announcement of the Winners 2018/04/27
Competition Documents Download: www.EcoPP.com.tw
Official launch on Oct. 24th, 2016
Information is for reference only. Subject to the announced tender document.
Host Organization: Taiwan Power Company, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Coordinator: Barry Cheng Architect
Tel: 886-4-2326-1799 Fax: 886-4-2326-5212 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Safari Zimbabwe Architecture Competition
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Zimbabwe Architecture Competition
Eleven has announced their latest ideas and design competition: ‘Safari: Zimbabwe 2017’. The magazine’s latest challenge calls on creatives from all around the world to design innovative concepts for a super sensory safari lodge in the heart of Matobo National Park.
Solar Decathlon Europe Architecture Competition
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Solar Decathlon Europe Competition
Deadlines for submissions: Oct 27 2017
The Energy Endeavour Foundation and the SDE19 Organisation are in the midst of the Call for Teams for the ultimate international university-level competition for resource-responsible and energy-efficient architecture. The next edition of the Solar Decathlon Europe will take place in the summer of 2019 in Hungary, beyond Budapest in the beautiful city of Szentendre.
Sahara Eco House Contest
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Rethinking Competitions – Sahara Eco House Contest
This is an architecture competition where a new concept of housing must be projected that maximizes the passive systems to achieve the necessary comfort in houses in extreme climates such as deserts and in particular in the Sahara.
Archasm Amsterdam Art Bridge Architecture Contest, Netherlands – International
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Archasm Amsterdam Art Bridge Architecture Competition
Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands is said to be a city with heart. The polycentric city of Amsterdam has its heart and soul lying in its ring of canals and bridges that bind the concentric and infinite loop that the city is. The city is popularly called the ‘Venice of North’, for its more than one hundred kilometers of canals, around 90 islands and about 1500 bridges.
7th Advanced Architecture Contest
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Advanced Architecture Competition
The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia announce the 7th Advanced Architecture Contest, on the theme of RESPONSIVE CITY.
The aim of the architectural competition is to promote discussion and research through which to generate insights and visions, ideas and proposals that help us envisage what the city and the habitat of the 21st century will be like.
Camus Prague Architecture Competition
NEW HEADQUARTERS FOR ČESKÁ SPOŘITELNA
The biggest Czech bank is building its new headquarters – changing a brownfield neighbouring Prague’s historical core – supporting creation of a fresh, liveable city district – forming contemporary environment for its employees, visitors and inhabitants of Prague.
The subject of this architecture competition is an architectural proposal for the new headquarters of Česká spořitelna: Campus Prague, including its surroundings. The Announcer’s vision is to develop a building complex, in the inner city of Prague, that will go beyond the norm of a generic office building and that will represent a new model for the administrative organisation by accommodating the Announcer’s activities, as well as public services and amenities accessible to both employees and the general public. The goal is to shift the notion of contemporary office buildings: to prevent the complex becoming a “ghost city” after working hours and to conceive it as a liveable and operational part of Prague.
For all the info, visit CSHQ-CityCampus.cz – check if you qualify – upload your portfolio – get selected by the jury among 15 to compete anonymously with your design – make the cut among 6 best to present your project in Prague – get a commission!
2017 Wood Design & Building Awards
2017 Wood Design & Building Awards is now open and accepting submissions for this year’s competition. The Wood Design & Building Awards is a program that recognizes excellence in wood architecture and international submissions are welcomed. Please visit the www.wooddesignawards.com for more information on how to submit the projects.
The Wood Design Awards program will publicize the winning projects to architecture professionals and the public through press releases, a special awards section of Wood Design & Building magazine, the Wood Design & Building awards website, industry conferences/tradeshows, and a limited edition hardcover awards book (awarded Gold in the General Audience Book category for the EXCEL Awards).
Website: Wood Design & Building Awards
Fairy Tales Competition
Jan 5, 2017: entry deadline
Check out the website, download the brief, then register and start creating.
Regular Registration ($55) was open until December 7th
Late Registration ($70) is available until the Submission Deadline on January 5th, 2017.
All participants will receive a discount voucher for their copy of Storytelling Architecture, and two complimentary tickets to the final event at the National Building Museum.
Alternative Designs for Restaurants Contest, from Non Architecture Competitions
31 Dec 2017 – Submission Deadline (23.59 GMT+0)
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Eating – Alternative Designs for Restaurants Design Competition
The aim of the “Eating” competition is to develop a design proposal for the restaurant typology, intended as a place of preparation and consumption of food. It is asked to the participants to create innovative and unconventional projects on this theme, questioning the very basis of the notion of restaurant.
The fee is currently €75.00
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UnBox Architectural Competition
New architecture competition from a team of young enthusiastic architects and founders of an International architecture and design magazine called “Volume Zero”, a platform for architects and designers to showcase their exquisite works, vision and passion for innovative ideas and concepts.
Under this initiative this year Volume Zero is hosting an open design competition with the concept of space utility and sustainable urban development, to encourage and empower young talented designers and students from around the globe to explore their creative limits.
Jan 15: Last date for submission of entries
Feb 15: Announcement of results
Design contest website: https://competition.volzero.com
Building for a Billion Architecture Competition
‘BUILDING FOR A BILLION’ is an International competition under the initiative ‘India Next’ by UltraTech Cement. This architectural competition invites Engineers and Architects, to develop innovative solutions to tackle the mammoth task of housing every Indian.
The ‘Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana’ (PMAY) was launched on 25th June, 2015 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, India with a mission to provide a ‘home for every Indian’. The scheme includes regulated homes for the urban poor and robust (pucca) homes for the rural people. The nearest target is 10 million homes by the year 2019 and 20 million houses for the urban poor by the year 2022.
The overarching details of the architecture competition are:
Innovative, contextual, viable, sustainable and most importantly inclusive solution for housing, along the lines of the Government’s Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana
Professionals: Architects & Engineers (Civil/Structural)
Students: 3rd, 4th, & 5th Year (Individuals and Groups)
Registration : Free
Submission deadline: Jan 14, 2018
Prize Money : 15 Lakhs
For more details and to register, log on to www.buildingforabillion.com
For queries call: 022-26483164 / 49722318 Or mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
home 24H Competition
9-10 Dec 2017
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home Architecture Competition
Ideasforward wants to give young creative people from around the world the opportunity to express their views on the future of societies through their innovative and visionary proposals. We are an experimental platform seeking progressive ideas that reflect on emerging themes.
Beginning of the registration period: October 23th Promotional registration period from October 23th to October 27th at 23:59 – Fee € 15 Regular registration period from October 28th to November 29th at 23:59 – Fee € 20 Late period of registration from November 30th to December 9th at 11:59 – Fee € 25
The architecture competition date: Dec 9 – Dec 10
The architectural competition begins at December 9th 12:00 noon and ends at December 22th 12:00 noon (London GMT + 0:00)
STUDENT ARCH 2017 Architecture Competition
STUDENT ARCH provides a platform for students and young graduates from technical universities as well as from universities of art & design.
First prize: 1000 € and a trip to Admont.
Deadline for submission: 18 Nov 2017
Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition
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Adelaide Contemporary International Design Competition
Enter by 24 November 2017
The Government of South Australia is commissioning an international search for a world-class team to design the much-anticipated Adelaide Contemporary – a second site for the acclaimed Art Gallery of South Australia.
Adelaide Contemporary will be a new landmark on the city’s celebrated North Terrace boulevard adjacent to the historic Botanic Garden and close to the parent Gallery.
Shelter International Architectural Design Competition for Students 2017
In rural regions and fishing villages there still exist “commons” such as mountains, forests and water areas that are jointly managed and utilized by the local community. It could be said however, that such commons are almost nonexistent in urban areas (especially in Japan). This is because in the process of modernization, land, building, and objects were designated either under private ownership or public ownership, and a society based on systems of exchange through currency and redistribution through tax had in particular come to shape urban space.
TINY HOUSE DESIGN COMPETITION 2017
Home is a domain that is intimate to all of us. Beyond its everyday function as a physical shelter for people and their activities, it connects with its user on a personal and emotional level.
The modern day scenario of environmental and financial concerns along with the desire to have more freedom has led people to follow simpler and efficient ways of living. With the rapid growth of technology and smart living there lies an opportunity for efficient spaces with the feeling of homeliness and personal touch points.
Paris Riverside Restaurant Architecture Competition
Paris and the entire country of France is world-famous for its cuisine, with a non-exhaustive list of delicacies and culinary systems. The culinary reputation of Paris is very rich, cultured and diverse. French food culture, according to UNESCO, is important for ‘bringing people together to enjoy the art of good eating and drinking’ and the power to create ‘togetherness, the pleasure of taste, and the balance between human beings and the products of nature’.
COSTA DEL SPRAWL Ideas Competition, Spain
Deadline for entries 23.59 GMT – 31 August 2017
Selected designs announced – 7 September 2017
Exhibition including shortlisted designs – 16 September 2017 – Monday 9th October 2017
Winner announced – 9 October 2017 after judging and public vote
For a second year the Costa del Sprawl ideas competition seeks creative solutions to improve the social, urban, and architectural situation in some of Costa del Sol’s sprawling neighbourhoods. This year’s competition is focused on the theme of ‘identity’ and invites participants to imagine a piece of architecture, whether building or space, which could be adopted as a model of contemporary vernacular architecture specific to the area of Riviera del Sol, and act as a precedent for the future planning and development of the neighbourhood.
Andalucía contains an exciting variety of vernacular and contextual architecture which has grown throughout its tumultuous history and within its diverse landscapes. From the labyrinthine streets of medieval fishing towns and gleaming white walls of hillside villages, to palatial citadels and capitals of once mighty empires, the architecture of Andalucía tells a compelling story and creates a strong sense of place and identity.
This sense of identity and reflection of context has all but vanished from contemporary architecture in Andalucía, and this is most notable in the sprawling neighbourhoods of the Costa del Sol which communicate little more than the capitalist speculation which lead to their existence. Nonetheless, this condition now forms a part of the area’s history and provides the point of departure for any future architectural, urban or planning projects.
Build A Retirement Community on A Shoestring Competition
21 Sep 2017 deadline
This year the organisers are keen to see clever and cost effective ‘Retirement Home/Granny Annexe’ solutions – a 40 sq m home that can be built for £40k (or less). Thirty of the homes also have to be configured as an innovative retirement community (with a max budget of £1.5m)
There is a £5,000 prize and there are a string of ‘TV celebs’ among the judges including Piers Taylor, George Clarke and Charlie Luxton.
Deadline: 21 September 2017.
A unique ideas competition, open to all, where you have to design an innovative Retirement Community of 30 homes that can be built very cost effectively.
Jacques Rougerie Foundation – International competition in architecture
Each year the Jacques Rougerie Foundation launch an international competition in architecture desined for architects, engineers, designers, wishing to propose new, innovative solutions according to their 3 main themes : les ans, nous lançons un concours international d’architecture gratuit destiné aux architectes, ingénieurs, designers qui désirent proposer des solutions innovantes selon nos trois thématiques générales:
• “Innovation and architecture for the sea” awards – Louis Vicat
• “Innovation and architecture for space” awards
• “Architecture & Sea level rise” awards
This year, the 3 themes are divided into 6 categories:
• “Innovation and architecture for the sea” awards – Louis Vicat
o Grand Prix: € 7500 (Seven thousand five hundred euros)
o Focus: “Ports of the future” – € 2500 (Two thousand five hundred euros)
• “Innovation and architecture for space” awards
o Grand Prix: € 7500 (Seven thousand five hundred euros)
o Focus: “Solar power satellites” – € 2500 (Two thousand five hundred euros)
• “Architecture & sea level rise” awards
o Grand Prix: € 7500 (Seven thousand five hundred euros)
o Focus: “The African coastline” – € 2500 (Two thousand five hundred euros)
Rethinking The Future Awards 2017
Global Architecture & Design Awards: 35 Categories | 105 Awards | 249 Nations
RTF Awards 2017 are a global architecture awards event with 35 categories and 15 esteemed judges across the globe. It’s your chance to be distinguished around the Best in the profession.
There are three Winners in Each Category Event. Also depending on the Jury’s Decision, Some projects will receive Honorable Mentions. Last year, there were about 5-6 Honorable Mentions in each Category.
Fentress Global Student Architecture Challenge: Design the Airport of 2075
6th edition invites students to re-envision the terminal building in the year 2075
Fentress Architects, based in Denver, Colorado, announces the 2017 Fentress Global Challenge, an international design competition for young and student architects. As in years past, the theme, consistent with the firm’s expertise in airport design and aviation, is envisioning an airport of the future.
Participants are encouraged to re-envision the terminal building in the year 2075 using one of 10 existing international airports, taking into consideration local context, technological trends, and project feasibility and passenger experience.
Moscow Urban Landscaping and Design Competition
The Open International Urban Landscaping and Design Competition will be held in Moscow
The Open International Urban Landscaping and Design Competition is a part of the “Moscow.Flowers.Sweets” Festival. Participants are offered to suggest solutions for landscape and floral compositions to improve Moscow urban spaces in the city centre and its outskirts.
The competition is organized with support of the Government of the City of Moscow and monitored by The Agency for Strategic Development Center.
The Black Taj : An incomplete memory of Mughal Empire
Design contest website: www.unfuse.xyz
Volume Zero Competition
Design contest website: www.volzero.com
Shopping Mall Competition
The mall should have 15.000 sqm. with approximately 100 shops, cinemas and a large auditorium for 1500 peoples.
Student Competition: Urban SOS: hOUR City
Presented by AECOM and Van Alen Institute, with 100 Resilient Cities — Pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation, hOUR City is this year’s Urban SOS™ student ideas competition. We’re asking students to propose new solutions to tackle housing, transportation, or economic development challenges and to re-imagine what a future “hour city” boundary can be.
Visit the official Urban SOS: hOUR City website.
Footbridge Holešovice – Karlín International Design Competition, Czech Republic
The Capital City of Prague has announced The Footbridge Holešovice – Karlín International Design Competition
The Footbridge Holešovice – Karlín International Design Competition should bring an architectural and structural design proposal for a pedestrian bridge across the Vltava River. This bridge will connect the riverbanks of Karlín, Holešovice and the Štvanice Island. Up to this day the Prague districts Karlín and Holešovice suffer from the lack of good pedestrian and cycling connection.
Footbridge Holešovice – Karlín International Design Competition
Structures of Freedom Architectural Competition, Budapest, Hungary
Archtalent, an online architecture platform for Architects, in collaboration with Sziget, one of the largest music and cultural festivals in Europe, make an international call to design a temporary structure within the particular context of a music festival in the city of Budapest in Hungary.
The aim is to use the current model of architectural competition to develop a new contest in terms of format and scope, which should be an opportunity to all emerging talent anywhere in the world to boost their potential in a real competition, and showcase their built project to an audience of thousand of people.
Tuscan Architectural Award, Tuscany, Italy
Architecture, Tuscany launches a challenge to contemporary architecture by means of the 1st Regional Award. This Architectural Award is organised by the Regional Council for Tuscany, Florence and Pisa Orders of Architects and the National Building Contractors’ Association (ANCE) to promote architectural excellence and its culture.
International Space Design Award—Idea-Tops
International Space Design Award—Idea-Tops, supported by related government departments, is “the most internationalized and influential design award in China”. It aims to create the most thoughtful and influential space design award, discover and praise the best designers and design works around the world.
It attracts designers and architects from 35 countries or regions, such as USA, UK, France, Italy, Germany, etc. In 2016, we had 6020 entries, including 14 works from the Venice Architecture Biennale; and in 2015, we had 5682 entries, including 11 national pavilions from the Milan Expo 2015.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING – Tenancingo Square Mediascape competition
Architectural research initiative arch out loud are hosting a competition addressing human trafficking and calling on designers to reimagine the square of Tenancingo Municipality, Mexico where this issue is prevalent.
This architecture competition can be found at this link: www.archoutloud.com/trafficking
Amphibious Habitats Competition
This spring, LOBBY is calling for unique, inventive architectural proposals as we excitedly announce the launch of our first international design competition: ‘Amphibious Habitats’.
Call to ceramicists to produce bespoke and highly crafted ceramic building components
CALL FOR CERAMIC ARTISTS I ECAlab + RIBA North
Bring your unique ceramic skills to a collaborative project for an exhibition organised by ECAlab at the RIBA North
Category: Exhibitions and Collaborations
We are looking to collaborate with ceramicists, ceramic artists, and studio potters in the development of an exciting new exhibition, Moulding Futures, which will be held at the RIBA North during September-December 2017.
We are seeking individuals with a proven track record of delivering bespoke and highly crafted ceramic pieces, showing a strong personal signature style, to offer their creative proposals to a design challenge.
Blueprint Competition, Genoa, Italy
BEAUTIFUL AND FEASIBLE – THE “BLUEPRINT” IDEAS COMPETITION
Two months after the presentation in Genoa, there is great interest in Blueprint Competition, an international ideas competition for the redevelopment of areas of the former Trade Fair site owned by the City of Genoa and SPIM – the company for valorizing the City’s real estate holdings.
From the design by architects Renzo Piano Building Workshop to a project for the Genoa waterfront capable of attracting the interest of international investors.
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Non Architecture Competition
Non Architecture Competition
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