Tag Archives: architecture design competition

Submission: December 27, 2018
Registration: September 13, 2018
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Ideas Competition

 

In the urban era the people gets closer and everything gets compact. The cites once grown horizontally now starts its verge vertically. The place of living demands the amenities like space for recreation, work, commercial shopping etc in hands far distance. The world-renowned architect “Le Corbusier “has given his contribution to the mixed-use building with his unique design philosophy and methods. The upcoming starchitects fly with colors when they deeply know the need of society and work for it.

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vertical city competition

Submission: May 10, 2018
Registration:  April  26, 2018
Language: English
Location: Miami, USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Ideas competitions

 

There lies a solution for all problem. A designer is an elegant person who has a better solution for any kind of problem. Design problems are more or less related to our day to day life problems. Its more likely depends on one’s personal perspective. Design is a basic skill that all human being persists, the effectiveness, functionality, aesthetics, practicality, etc are some key factors by which a designer stands ahead in design.

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miami restaurant design competition

Submission: January 31, 2017
Registration: January 31, 2017
Language: English
Location: India I Pakistan
Prizes: 1st Prize: $ 500 , 2nd Prize: $ 200 , 3rd Prize: $ 100
Type: Open

 

The aim of the competition is the creation of a shared space along the border of the two countries through an architectural/design intervention. Continue reading

india pakistan border

Submission: November 11, 2016
Registration: November 11, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: architecture books worth $300
Type: Open

 

Little Free Libraries® are installed in front yards, community centers, and public spaces all over the world, acting as book exchanges and neighborhood hubs. There are nearly 40,000 of these structures worldwide—connecting people and supporting literacy. Chronicle Books, Little Free Library, and AIASF are inviting architects and designers to rethink this unique structure, and solve some problems identified by stewards—the neighborhood heroes who care for them.

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