Category Archives: All competitions

Results: Eliminate Loneliness Through Design

We are excited to unveil the winners of our inaugural international competition, challenging teams to “Eliminate Loneliness Through Design.” Organized in response to the global crisis of loneliness and isolation in the modern age, the competition aimed to demonstrate the power of architecture and design to tackle society’s pressing issues. (more…)

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dying competition

DYING – Alternative Designs for Cemeteris

Submission: August 31, 2019
Registration: August 27, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The aim of the “Dying” competition is to develop design proposals for the cemetery typology, intended as a space – either material or immaterial – where we bury, honor or remember the dead. The participants are asked to create innovative and unconventional projects on this theme, questioning the very basis of the notion of the cemetery. History has shown us different approaches related to the dying experience.

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jeonju station competition

JEONJU STATION INTERNATIONAL DESIGN COMPETITION

Submission: September 10, 2019
RegistrationJune 28, 2019
Language: English, Korean
Location: Jeonju, Korea
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The intended outcome of this competition is to build a new Jeonju Station building, while conserving its major existing building(s). The new building must represent a future direction and vision for contemporary architecture, attentive to the environmental contexts of the city and traditional Korean culture.

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russia architecture competition

International Competition: Concept of a Tourism Cluster in the Village of Oymyakon

Submission: June 14, 2019
RegistrationJune 14, 2019
Language: English
Location: Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russia
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Oymyakon is famous as one of the Poles of Cold and is on the list of inhabited places with the most extreme conditions for human life. The notorious cold of Yakutia attracts tourists from all over the planet, including world celebrities. Oymyakon has already seen visits from Hollywood actors Tom Hardy and Ewan McGregor. (more…)

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SKINS – Facade Design Competition

Submission: June 23, 2019
RegistrationJune 23, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

For any living form on this planet, the skin is the largest organ and a fine outer covering. It comes in different textures, colours and adaptability from individual to individual. No one could have ever missed on wondering how differently it is made from species to species on this planet.

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Iceland-Guest-House_Architecture_Competition

Iceland Thermal Springs Guest House

Submission: November 15, 2019
RegistrationJune 25, 2019
Language: English
Location: Lake Mývatn, Iceland
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Located on the east coast of Lake Mývatn in Northern Iceland, the Vogafjós Farm Resort is a family-owned guest house surrounded by breathtaking Icelandic landscape. The farm has been owned and operated by the same family for nearly 120 years and operates as a mixed-stock farm of nearly 120 sheep and about 40 cows and cattle.

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sky city competition

Open Call: The Future of Housing / SkyCity Challenge 19

Submission: October 01, 2019
Registration: September 30, 2019
Language: English, Spanish, Chinese
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

After a successful completion of our first challenge SkyCity again, is pleased to invite architects, designers, artists, engineers to take part in the SkyCity Challenge 19, THE FUTURE OF HOUSING.  The current ways of building are affecting the environment we are living in, they are limited and outdated. We believe with the modern technology available, we are able to create far more sophisticated homes that could revolutionize the future of housing.

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a house for competition

COMPETITION 2019 A HOUSE FOR… DESIGN A HOUSE FOR A CLIENT THAT YOU PROPOSE

Submission: September 12, 2019
Registration: September 05, 2019
Language: English, Spanish
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Welcome to the eighth edition of this international competition organized by OPENGAP, inviting participants to explore the boundaries and paradigms of house designing, inciting them to work in innovative and visionary proposals which can both, think in a basic housing program and in the relation of  identity between the customer and  the project. (more…)

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MICROHOME2019_Architecture_Competition

MICROHOME 2019 – Small living, huge impact!

Submission: November 22, 2019
RegistrationJune 21, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The first annual MICROHOME architecture competition is part of the Bee Breeders Small Scale Architecture Appreciation Movement, which hopes to highlight the fact that bigger isn’t always better. With great design and innovative thinking, small-scale architecture could change how this and the next generation view residential property. (more…)

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Archhive_Books_Portable_Reading_Rooms_Architecture_Competition

Archhive-Books’ Portable Reading Rooms

Submission: November 15, 2019
RegistrationJune 14, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Despite the growing presence of digital devices, the demand for physical books remains as strong as ever, and with good reason. Research has shown that readers of printed books absorb and remember more information about the plot of a book than those using e-readers, likely due to the tactile sensation of handling a physical book, turning its pages and feeling how far you have progressed. Even children as young as three benefit from being read to from physical books, becoming more engaged and finding the story easier to remember. Researchers theorise that this is because they are less distracted than by electronic devices. (more…)

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