Archdux Competition 2018

Archdux Competition 2018

An architecture institute is the epicenter of architectural design all across the world as this is the phase in every architect or designer’s life which sets the benchmarks for his/her upcoming career thus further shaping the infrastructure around us.

Marstopia Design Competition People's Choice

Marstopia Architecture Competition

Winners of Eleven magazine’s latest challenge – ‘Marstopia’, the official sequel to their international challenge Moontopia. The architecture competition invited creatives from around the world to imagine the first human colony on Mars.

Kaira Looro Architecture Competition 1st Prize

Kaira Looro Competition

Winners news for International architectural competition with jury including: Kengo Kuma, Ghirardelli (SBGA), Hirano (Tokyo University), Muzzonigro (Stefano Boeri Architects), Bouman (Mohn Bouman Architects), Pilar Rodriguez Diaz, Kasik (X Architekten), Ferrara, Mazzaglia (Kaan Architect), Magni (ASF).

humanity 24H Competition

24h Competition humanity

24h competition news: humanity contest – 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.

St Hildas College Oxford Design Competition

St Hilda’s College Oxford Design Competition

Planning approval for scheme by architects Gort Scott for St Hilda’s College, Oxford. The concept design features a slender tower, rooftop gardens with wild-flower planting, and a riverside pavilion. Other finalists in the architecture competition were 6a architects, DRDH Architects, Hall McKnight and Tim Ronalds Architects.

CHART ARCHITECTURE Competition 2018

CHART ARCHITECTURE Competition

Five finalists will be selected by this year’s panel of renowned judges. Winners of the competition will design pavilions to be presented during the 2018 edition of CHART. Judges include Bjarke Ingels, Beatrice Galilee, benandsebastian, Thomas Lommeé and Simon Frommenwiler.