24h Competition home winner

24h Competition home

24h competition news: home contest – 1st Place – Anna Maksimova, Anfisa Mishchenko, from Moscow, Russian Federation ; 2nd Place – David Emmons, Claire Gaspin, Mingda Zhang from Champaign, USA ; 3rd Place – Seo Won Choi, Jiyun Jung, from Cambridge, USA

Rethinking Competitions - Sahara Eco House

Rethinking Competitions – Sahara Eco House

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 ; Sahara 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.

Montello Foundation Architecture Competition 2018

Montello Foundation Competition

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.

Kaira Looro Competition

Kaira Looro Competition

International architectural competition with an international 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).

fire 24H Competition

24H Competition

24h architecture competition news: fire – 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. An experimental platform seeking progressive ideas that reflect on emerging themes.

Cities of Tomorrow Architecture Competition

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.

Cambridge to Oxford Connection Competition Design Concept by Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design

Cambridge to Oxford Connection Competition

‘VeloCity’ team led by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design wins. Shortlisted design concepts by Barton Willmore ; Fletcher Priest Architects ; Mae ; Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design. The architecture competition focused on the arc connecting four of the UK’s fastest-growing centres.