Submission: November 03, 2016
Registration: November 03, 2016
Location: London, UK
Prizes: Pls check details below
New London Architecture (NLA), the capital’s forum for the built environment, has launched a competition to find London’s best home extension or improvement project completed within the last two years. (more…)
Submission: January 31, 2017
Registration: January 05, 2017
Language: English, Spanish
Location: Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Prizes: 1st Prize: $5000, 2nd Prize: $3000, 3rd Prize: $2000, 4th Prize: $1000
TAFER is a forward thinking leisure and hospitality company with an ever-growing and evolving collection of award-winning hotels, resorts and boutique villas. Tafer’s founders have launched this competition because their brands rely on excellent design as well as being at the forefront of what is happening in the field of architecture and design. The site that is open for intervention neighbors Tafer’s existing Garza Blanca luxury beach resort development, contouring the Sierra Madre Occidental Mountain range and fronting a sandy Pacific Ocean beach. Taking these factors into consideration, the site is open to a vast range of opportunities for commercial and residential use.
Submission: November 15, 2016
Registration: October 31, 2016
Language: English, Russian
Location: St Petersburg, Russia
Prizes: 1st Prize: 110 000 rubles, 2nd Prize: 65 000 rubles, 3rd Prize: 45 000 rubles
Project Baltia magazine and LSR Group announce an open competition for young architects and designers for a design for a public-transport stop in the Tsvetnoy Gorod residential complex (Krasnogvardeysky district, St Petersburg).
Submission: January 22, 2017
Registration: January 20, 2017
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Prizes: 1st Prize: £1,000, 2nd Prize: £700, 3rd Prize: £400
Hilma af Klint (1862 – 1944) was a Swedish artist and a pioneer of abstract painting. More than 110 years after producing the arguably first abstract painting in modern art history, she is still waiting for her due recognition – and a home for her collection. A Temple for Hilma seeks to address this by asking participants to design an art museum dedicated to Hilma af Klint and her work.
Submission: December 15, 2016
Registration: December 08, 2016
Or should we say: A house for Mommy and Daddy…? Or even better, for Daddy and Mommy…? Or should we say: A HOUSE FOR THE RUIN OF THE AMERICAN DREAM…? Or should we say: THE HOUSE OF ILLUSIONS…? Or should we say: THE HOUSE OF A BALANCE NEVER ACHIEVED…?
Submission: December 15, 2016
Registration: December 10, 2016
Language: Ukrainian, Russian, English
Location: Kiev, Ukraine
Prizes: 1st Prize: USD 3,000 and the implementation of the project near the IQ Business Center
Submission: February 15, 2017
Registration: January 25, 2017
Location: Kurzeme, Latvia
Prizes: 1st Prize: US $11,000, 2nd Prize: US $6,000, 3rd Prize: US $2,000
The Blue Clay Country Spa architecture competition, in partnership with SRED Global real estate developers, is tasking participants with presenting designs for a countryside guest house that would specialise in providing health treatments using this unique and naturally occurring organic product. Blue clay has long been used in restorative treatments, and provides health and beauty benefits in its naturally occurring form. (more…)
Submission: February 04, 2017
Registration: January 30, 2017
Location: Salir do Porto, Portugal
Prizes: 1st Prize: €2000, 2nd Prize: €1000, 3rd Prize: €500
The Site Dwelling, located on the cliff of the bay, in the village of Salir do Porto, Portugal aims to create a secluded destination, a place of retreat to engage with the landscape while providing shelter from the natural elements. This is a place to stay and inhabit for a few days, offering visitors a unique experience in a very special setting; visitors must leave the space as they found it, empty.
Submission: March 31, 2017
Registration: March 31, 2017
Prizes: Winning projects will be awarded monetary prizes of up to $1,500
Design Exchange, in partnership with the Government of Ontario, announces the fifth annual Connect Post-Secondary Design Competition. This provincial, post-secondary design competition seeks to explore design that is accessible to the greatest number of people, to the largest extent possible, regardless of their age or ability, across all design disciplines.
Submission: December 01, 2016
Registration: December 01, 2016
Location: Montreal, Canada
Prizes: $10,000 for each finalist to develop their idea
This competition invites members of the international design community to reflect on the topic of the worksite information module as a mitigation tool and communications platform to assist users in understanding the construction/rehabilitation work in progress. The purpose of the modules is to mitigate the adverse impacts of worksites on the quality of life of residents and the economic vitality of surrounding areas.