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Submission: May 25, 2019
Registration: May 15, 2019
Language: English, Chinese
Location: Hebei, China
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Instead of being constrained by the simple and functionalist philosophy of connectivity, urban spaces of this particular historical background turn out to be multi-dimensional experiencing fields. Urban space quality has also become one of the important standards when evaluating a city. As an important part of the “The Second Hebei International Urban Planning and Design Competition”, “Planning and Design for Beautiful Hebei – The 2nd Q-City International College Student Design Competition (China·Xingtai)” revolves around the topic of “Quality City”, aiming at the transformation and improvement of urban quality.

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q-city international student design competition

Submission: June 6, 2019
Registration: June 6, 2019
Language: English and Spanish
Location: Niagara Falls (United States of America – Canada)
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Niagara Falls Pavilion contest seeks a re-encounter with nature and with people, that’s why the Niagara Falls are the ideal place to propose ideas. A space between two countries, united by a natural space of impressive beauty.
Niagara Falls Pavilion is a place of slowness, of slowness, where we can experience new relationships with nature and the environment, that make us aware of their need and incorporation into our way of life. A place to develop a new way of intervening where architecture is thought as a ARCHITECTURE FOR LIFE

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architecture competition

Submission: August 25, 2019
Registration: August 15, 2019
Language: English
Location: New Delhi, India
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

New Delhi (/ˈdɛli/, Hindi pronunciation: [dɪlliː] Dilli), the capital of India – is the seat of power of the largest democracy. This city has been continuously inhabited since the 6th century BC. It has been occupied, demolished and re-written several times, particularly during the medieval period till the last century. This region is now a host of sprawling built masses and various emerging megacities. The history of Delhi as the political capital of the country has been highly dynamic. And the way the city looks today was much much different from its projected future in the last century.

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india architecture competition

Submission: April 15, 2019
Registration: April 15, 2019
Language: English 
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Storefront Manitoba and The Forks invite design teams to submit proposals for a temporary, contemporary garden installation to be located at The Forks in Winnipeg. We are asking you to put your skills to work and challenge the concept of garden and cool(ing). We are looking for an intervention that has the power to stop people in their tracks!

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cool gardens 2019

Submission: June 14, 2019
Registration: May 31, 2019
Language: English, Spanish
Location: London, U.K.
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Arquideasis a community of students and young professionals working in the world of architecture and design whose main objective is to showcase the talent and creativity of its young members, thereby bridging the gap between the academic and professional spheres of architecture and design.

Through its competitions, Arquideas seeks to encourage its community to participate in current architectural discussion, generating a selection of quality proposals that can provide solutions to the different challenges set forth in the contests. Not only are participants given the opportunity to present their proposals to society, they also become familiar with how competitions work, a format that is increasingly employed to award the most attractive professional commissions on an international level.

Arquideas will exhibit the work presented in each competition on its website and publish the results in international architecture journals, as well as on specialized websites and blogs, in order to disseminate the best proposals and provide publicity for their creators.By disseminating the proposals presented in each competition, Arquideas provides participants with an opportunity to improve their CV by winning one of the prizes or honourable mentions awarded by a prestigious Jury.

OBJECTIVE

The present competition for students of architecture and young architects Hyde Park Music Pavilion (HPMP) London consists in proposing a cultural space associated to music, that provides information about past and future concerts in Hyde Park. A cultural space where nature and the world of music will play a key role.Music and everything around it must become the raison d’être of this architectural space, which must add value to the surroundings.

Thanks to its privileged location, the new proposed space will become a reference point for all visitors.The pavilion aims to be a meeting point for visitors, music lovers and nature enthusiasts; a place that serves as information point about past and future concerts hold in the park, and as a space for leisure and relaxation where it will be possible to enjoy musical events.

An iconic and unique space, a place of reference for visitors of London and music lovers in general.Proposals must offer a unique experience, assimilate the privileged environment where views play a key role for discovering and understanding natural wonders of the park, and also pay special attention to music -main purpose of the pavilion-and its integration within the environment.In a country full of world-famous iconic images, this new leisure space associated to the world of music must become the new architectural reference of the city.

PRIZES

 1 nd Prize:

€ 3,750 + 1 year free subscription to Arquitectura Viva magazine + 1 year free subscription to WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell magazine + 1 year free subscription to On Diseño magazine + Digital publication in Plataforma Arquitectura + Digital publication in Arquitectura Viva + Publication in WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell + Digital publication in On Diseño.

The winner or members of the winner team will take part of the Jury in the next architecture competition. The winner team will have a single vote.

2nd Prize:

€ 1,500 + 1 year free subscription to Arquitectura Viva magazine + 1 year free subscription to WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell magazine + 1 year free subscription to On Diseño Interior + Digital publication in Plataforma Arquitectura + Digital publication in Arquitectura Viva + Publication in WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell + Digital publication in On Diseño.

3rd Prize:

€ 625 + 1 year free subscription to Arquitectura Viva magazine + 1 year free subscription to WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell magazine + 1 year free subscription to On Diseño magazine + Digital publication in Plataforma Arquitectura + Digital publication in Arquitectura Viva + Publication in WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell + Digital publication in On Diseño.

Up to 5 honourable mentions will be given to the most interesting proposals in terms of architectural quality, and which have not received any of the first three prizes, and will be awarded with:

Digital publication in Plataforma Arquitectura + Digital publication in Arquitectura Viva + Publication in WA Wettbewerbe Aktuell + Digital publication in On Diseño.

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architecture competition

Submission: September 20, 2019
Registration: August 30, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Architecture in Transformation should respond to contemporary challenges and changes. What concerns us primarily is the relationship between architecture and city, as well as the one between architecture and natural environment. The competition aims at searching and constructing human space with a Spirit of Place in the increasingly fragmented cities and unordered villages, exploring environment-friendly and sustainable ideas in the information age, and integrating creative concepts with solid basic skills in architectural design. The competition

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international student competition

Submission: July 3, 2019
Registration: July 3, 2019
Language: English
Location: Mexico
Prizes: 20.000€ + CONSTRUCTION
Type: Open

 

THE WINNING PROPOSAL WILL BE BUILT

The social catastrophe of Latin America has its epicenter in the popular settlements.
It is in Latin America, the most urbanized and unequal region in the world, where 104 million people live in popular settlements. Here, 1 of every 4 inhabitants of urban areas, lives in a slum, villa, favela or camp, in a situation of poverty. These populations must subsist by their own means, with the constant violation of their rights. Continue reading

emergency housing mexico

Submission: May 8, 2019
Registration: May 8, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Sofia Municipality is pleased to extend an invitation to you to participate in a contest for a conceptual architectural and urban planning project for Sveta Nedelya Square. Continue reading

architecture competition

Submission: April 15, 2019
Registration: April 08, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Registration are open for students and Young professionals in the fields of architecture, design e correlated. In 2019 Bauhaus celebrates 100 years since its opening. The german school revolutionized both teaching and production in architecture and design. Projetar.org invites students and young professionals to imagine a space for the legacy of the iconic school to remain alive and keep evolving.

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bauhaus competition

Submission: June 16, 2019
Registration: June 16, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize $3,000 CAD, 2nd & 3rd Prize $1,000 CAD
Type: Open

 

In the context of social unrest, violent protests, easy access to guns, the decanting of mental health services and the legalization of marijuana, society’s standard institutions and approaches are being challenged and questioned. Police often find themselves on the front lines of these issues, and are asked to serve and protect in a complex and changing environment. New skill sets, changing laws and evolving expectations need a commensurate evolution in building typology to support them, symbolize those changes, and positively enhance the connection between policing and the community.

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policestation competition