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Outros Territórios – International Call for Urban Intervention, Brasil

Vazio S/A, Coletivo Aurora and Eduardo de Jesus have launched the open 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 plan envisages an instantaneous transformation of the landscape through the simultaneous occupation of the many stilt systems propping up the hillside buildings.

Outros Territórios Brasil Other Territories Brazil

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. This will be an opportunity to test new ideas, exchange experiences and awaken sensibilities; a way of showing that modest interventions with limited resources can generate lasting change and become instruments through which to devise alternative solutions for the urban recomposition of such a frayed urban fabric as Belo Horizonte’s. Installations,  projections, light art, plays, horticulture, landscape interventions, objects, ephemeral constructions and extreme sports are just some of the many possible ways these spaces could be occupied.

Other Territories Brazil

The interventions will be chosen through a public, international open call for projects and the selected ideas will comprise an exhibition at the left-field venue Viaduto das Artes (Arts Underpass)—Phase I.

Outros Territórios Brasil

Phase II of Outros Territórios 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 is sponsored by Banco Mercantil do Brasil and has the institutional support of Belotur (City Hall of Belo Horizonte) and the Institute of Architects of Brazil – Minas Gerais chapter.

Outros Territórios Brasil architecture event 2018

Proponents can register online at any time until close of registration on 22 of January 2019. Release of the results will be on 29 of January 2019.

Opening of the exhibition will be on March 2019.

The Term of Reference in English is available in this link

The Term of Reference in Portuguese is available in this link

More information at the website www.outrosterritorios.com.br/en.

Vazio S/A

Av. Cristóvão Colombo 550/503Belo Horizonte MG30140.150Brasil55 31 3286-3869www.vazio.com.br

House In Forest design competition

Title: Open Call: House In Forest 2019 – Tiny House
Subject: Open architectural/landscape/planning competition
Target: Designers, Architects, Students, Professionals
Type: Open
Language: English
Website: http://HouseInForest.com
Organizer: HIF Committee
Registration Deadline: 28/Feb/2019
Submission Deadline: 01/March/2019
Price: USD 35/45/55
Keywords: House, Forest, Architecture, Design, Landscape, Planning

INTRODUCTION
“Less is More.” – Mies Vander Rohe, Architect.

HOUSE IN FOREST is pleased to announce its 5th annual international design competition: House In Forest 2019 – Tiny House. The competition 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 tiny houses, an extraordinary architectural style with creative design methods to adjust the basic components of a house to a limited site area. Entrants are challenged to conceive a new and original concept for tiny house, however not strictly limited to the style of ‘residence’. A degree of flexibility and alternative choices are allowed, for example ‘portable cabin’ or ‘ transportable home’, provided it is backed up with adequate justification. The project area is defined as a ‘forest area’.

Your designed tiny house has to be no more than 2 floors with a total amount of 30sq.m (320sq.ft) 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. Provided the site is located in a forest, possible solutions about plumbing and electricity should be figured out.

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. The total prizes are $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/

SCHEDULE
10/11/2018 Competition Launch
10/11/2018 – 30/11/2018 Pre-Registration
01/12/2018 – 31/12/2018 Early Bird Registration
01/01/2019 – 31/01/2019 Standard Registration
01/02/2019 – 28/02/2019 Last Minute Registration
01/03/2019 Submission Deadline
01/03/2019 – 30/04/2019 Jury Deliberation
01/05/2019 Announcement of Winners

AWARDS
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

REGISTER NOW
Please visit https://houseinforest.com/register-now/

Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport Renewal Plan - RUNWAY PARK International Competition for Young Designer, China

We announce the launch of the first “Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport Renewal Plan - RUNWAY PARK International Competition for Young Designer”.

RUNWAY PARK International Competition for Young Designer

This architectural competition is a global call open to young designers, artists, teachers and students (people from all of those groups are required below 40-year-old) majoring in urban planning, architecture design, landscape design, and art design, seeking creative renewal proposals for urban public space of Nanjing, the capital city of Jiangsu province and the only megacity in the Yangtze River Delta Area and East China.

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.

It is a good opportunity for young designers to show their capabilities.

The following are some key points about this architecture competition:

Registration Deadline: November 15th, 2018
Submission Deadline: December 1st, 2018
Register Linkage:
http://runwaypark_renewal.chinabuildingcentre.com/en_signup.html
Competition Website:
http://runwaypark_renewal.chinabuildingcentre.com/en_index.html
Competition Email: runwaypark_renewal@163.com

Awards
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

Organizations
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

Theme and Interpretation
“Nanjing Dajiaochang Airport Renewal Plan – RUNWAY PARK International Design Competition for Young Designers” is an exploration to improve the quality of public space and a journey to search the design originality and artistic creativity. Considering the runway park as a public space for cultural events and daily activities of citizens and corresponding construction aspects such as landscape furniture, urban installation , lighting device (on the runway or public space on the both sides) and urban signage system, participants are required to come up with creative proposals and figure out especially reversible and mobile designs with awareness of the historical features as well as current situation of the site (design scope should be within the Runway Park of Nanjing South New Town and detailed drawings could be seen in the Appendix). The topic and function of design is self-determined.

Introduction of the Site
Nanjing is the capital city of Jiangsu province and the only megacity in the Yangtze River Delta Area and East China, located in the important convergence zone of “The Belt and Road” and Yangtze River Economic Region. Nanjing South New Town, located in the southeast of the main city of Nanjing, consists of the relocated. Dajiaochang Airport District and the South High-speed Railway Station District, covering 164 square kilometres with a planned population around 1.6 million. Originally was a training field for the battalion in Ming Dynasty, Dajiaochang Airport which has witnessed the transformation of modern China was officially closed in 2015, its story is expected to be continued. The master planning of Nanjing South New Town District proposed an idea of an airfield runway park, open to the public to showcase the past, the present and the future of Nanjing, inviting an inclusive participation from citizens.

For more details, please enter:
http://runwaypark_renewal.chinabuildingcentre.com/en_index.html

CompanyAddress:
NO.50, Xingshikou Road, Inside-Out Architecture Artist Colony, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R.C.
Tel: +49 152 5591 4462
E-mail: tangjingxian@uedmagazine.net
Website: http://www.uedmagazine.net/

What is a Hotel Competition

The aim of this competition is to question the very notion of a hotel and confront the stereotypes and conventions of this building typology. The competition encourages the participants to explore new possibilities and come up with innovative and unorthodox solutions that can enhance and change the boundaries of hotel architecture.

What is a Hotel Competition

31 Dec 2018: Early registration
30 Jan 2019: Standard Registration
31 Jan 2019: Submission deadline

*Deadlines are 11:59 PM- 00:00 IST (India)

What is a Hotel Competition

# 018 Tokyo Parking tower Architecture Contest

3 Dec 2018 deadline

Tokyo Parking Tower Competition

Tokyo Parking tower Architecture Competition

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

2020 Expo Dubai Korea Pavilion

Architectural Design Competition for the Korea Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai

– A design competition for a unique and innovative Korea Pavilion for Expo 2020 Dubai, opening in October, 2020
– Anticipation of a design that raises Korea’s national brand value by creatively interpreting the Korean meaning of “mobility”
– Registration for the design competition can be found on the Korea Pavilion website

2020 Expo Dubai Korean Pavilion Architecture Competition

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.

SCHEDULE

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

JURY

Melike Altınısık
Vincent Callebaut
Marc Fornes
Mitchell Joachim

AWARDS

1st place: US $5000
2nd place: US $2000
3rd place: US $1000

eVolo 2019 Skyscraper Competition

Fairy Tales Architecture Competition

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.

Download the brief, check out the website, then register and start creating.

Pan-American Architecture Biennial in Quito 2018 Competition, Ecuador, South America

Social Habitat and Development Competition

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.

Pan-American Architecture Biennial Competition

II Edición de los Premios de Arquitectura con Eñe

Les informamos de que IFEMA en colaboración con el CSCAE y el COAM, ha lanzado la II Edición de los Premios de Arquitectura con Eñe.

II Edición de los Premios de Arquitectura con Eñe

Architecture Awards with Eñe

Oficina de Concursos
Colegio Oficial de arquitectos de Madrid
web:www.coam.es/concursos
mail: ocam@coam.org

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.

SqrFoot House: Housing For One Competition
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SqrFoot House Housing For One Architecture Competition

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.

Website: www.ribacompetitions.com/moorfields-ucl

RIBA Competition for Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology

Archasm Tokyo (Anti) Library Architecture Contest, Japan
Archasm Tokyo Anti Library Competition
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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:

Prague Victory Square Design Competition
image courtesy of architecture contest organisers

Prague Victory Square Architecture Competition

DSGN Workshop Competition, International

This international architecture competition by NGO “DSGN Workshop” is aimed towards students and recent graduates.

DSGN Innovation Hub Scheme in Bali, Indonesia Competition
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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.

DSGN Workshop Architecture Competition

Cities of Tomorrow Architecture Competition
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.
Design for Peace Competition 2017 Makers Challenge
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Design for Peace Competition

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London Architecture Competitions

24h competition

24H Architecture Competition

Reshape18 | Sensing materialities

Reshape18 Design Competition




Major Architecture Awards

Stirling Prize

Pritzker Prize

World Architecture Festival Awards

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Sommer Pavilion 2018, Jardim da Parada, beside Casa Sommer, Cascais, Portugal

The design competition is launched by the Cascais City Hall and assessed by the South Regional Section of the Architects Association (OASRS) and its goal is to select one idea for an ephemeral architectural intervention at Jardim da Parada, beside Casa Sommer, in the centre of Cascais.

Architecture Competition in Cascais

Marstopia Design Competition
Marstopia Architecture Competition
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Marstopia Architecture and Design Competition

eVolo Skyscraper Design Competition
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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