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Call for Papers: First International Conference on Urban Physics

Submission: April 30, 2016
Registration: April 30, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Publication
Type: Open

 

The First International Conference on Urban Physics aims to be a founding event for the numerical simulation of cities and megacities, which are facing worldwide critical problems, such as their dual participation – as victims and actors – to the present and upcoming climate changes. The conference will provide an opportunity for scientists from different disciplines (computer graphics, environmental physics, numerical models, renewable energies, urban planning …) to confront their ideas and methods for the detection and analysis of physical quantities, in order to better manage the development of cities and to meet economic and environmental constraints. (more…)

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Open Air Theatre (Sylvan) for Cherkasy City Park

Submission: July 31, 2016
Registration: July 31, 2016
Language: English
Location: Cherkasy City Park, Ukraine
Prizes: 1st Prize: USD $1,000 & contract
Type: Open

 

First prize project will be applied for the municipal funding and grant programs to bring it into life. We’re also going to involve local community to fundraising and realization of the project. First prize winner will be the preferable applicant for the contract with the urban municipality to develop a comprehensive technical documentation for the project. (more…)

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NAPAVILION 2016 Competition

Submission: April 30, 2016
Registration: April 30, 2016
Language: English
Location: Xi’an Jade Valley, China
Prizes: Winning design will be built at Xi’an Jade Valley
Type: Open

 

A “Pavilion” is a space defined specifically for a non-specific purpose. The specificity is the location and non-specificity is its use. A “Pavilion” is also a prototype of tech-crafted tradition and represents a geo-cultural transformation throughout all cultures. NAPAVILION challenges this typical ideal of a Pavilion by providing specificity in use and non-specificity or adaptability in site. NAPAVILION is a Pavilion for a nap in any location you choose. This can be within your home, backyard, on a tree, by a tree, on top of a hill, at the foot of a hill, by a river, or floating on a river. (more…)

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International Architecture Competition 2016 of the Jacques Rougerie Foundation

Submission: October 31, 2016
Registration: October 03, 2016
Language: English, French
Location: Concept
Prizes: 30 000 € will be distributed among winners
Type: Open

 

Like Jules Verne, Gustave Eiffel, Arthur C. Clarke, Jacques Piccard, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Jacques Rougerie… you want your passion and your talent of a designer, architect, engineer, builder to contribute to the evolution of our society so that man could develop a healthier relationship with Earth? (more…)

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Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara Pavilion Design Competition 2016

Submission: April 21, 2016
Registration: April 21, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize: $5,000 & $45,000 to support winning projects
Type: Open

 

MCASB invites proposals for a large-scale, outdoor, traveling pavilion ​to be built and installed at each site of its new public art program, TakePart/MakeArt. As a central feature of TakePart/MakeArt, the mobile pavilion will be a bold and vibrant beacon for MCASB as it travels through three different communities across Santa Barbara County: Isla Vista, the Westside, and the Waterfront. (more…)

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d3 Natural Systems 2016

Submission: August 15, 2016
Registration: August 01, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: $1,500 USD in total
Type: Open

 

The study of natural systems offers architects and designers significant potential as a platform for alternative, ecologically-performative design strategies. The d3 Natural Systems competition invites architects, designers, engineers, and students to collectively explore the potential of analyzing, documenting, and deploying nature-based influences in architecture, urbanism, interiors, and designed objects. (more…)

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“The Power Broker”: A Game Design Competition

Submission: July 29, 2016
Registration: April 29, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: (The best game) $2,000, Runner Up (Video Game) $500, Runner Up (Tabletop) $500
Type: Open

 

Today, we are launching a competition that challenges game designers to adapt The Power Broker into a playable, interactive form that preserves the flavor and themes of the written work, while leveraging the unique opportunities the game medium provides. (more…)

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Rochester Design Competition 2016

Submission: May 27, 2016
Registration: April 22, 2016
Language: English
Location: Rochester, USA
Prizes: 1st Prize: 1,000 USD, Honorable Mention Prize 250 USD
Type: Open

 

The 2016 Rochester Design Competition highlights an existing parcel that boasts the Historic Riverside Building on the prominent corner.  The elongated site has surface parking lots and some non-historic, 1-story buildings extending south to Hazama Park at the terminus of 6th Street SW.  The entire east frontage of the site engages the Zumbro River and the river trail system. (more…)

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International Tropical Architecture Design (ITAD) Competition 2016

Submission: July 08, 2016
Registration: June 10, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize:  SGD$5000, 2nd Prize:  SGD$3000, 3rd Prize:  SGD$2000
Type: Open

 

In recent years, there has been greater frequency of extreme and erratic weather patterns across the globe, with rising sea and rainfall levels, fluctuations in temperatures indicative of climate change, which is now a global concern. The conclusion of COP21 and the adoption of Paris Agreement saw countries pledging their support to mitigate climate issues. Many also agree that on top of mitigation, countries will also have to adapt to the changing climate in order for them to be more resilient.

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Rome Concrete Poetry Hall Architecture Competition

Submission: July 20, 2016
Registration: July 06, 2016
Language: English
Location: Rome, Italy
Prizes: 1st Prize: $6,000, 2nd Prize: $3,000, 3rd Prize: $1,000
Type: Open

 

Concrete has been an integral material in construction since the time of the Roman Empire. In fact, the earliest large-scale use of concrete was in the construction of the famous Roman landmarks such as the Colosseum and the concrete dome of the Pantheon; although small-scale uses have been seen as far back 6500 BC.

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