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Submission: August 11, 2020
Registration: July 27, 2020
Language: English
Location: Bangladesh
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Recent times have witnessed a shift in humanity like never before, more than 70 million people around the world are displaced from their homes. Fleeing their countries entirely due to persecution, war or violence, almost 25.9 million of these are seeking asylum in other countries, becoming refugees. Continue reading

re imagine playground competition

Submission: March 31, 2020
Registration: February 16, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

In the three years since our editorial collective launched The Site Magazine we have collaborated with designers and design institutions around the world to probe social, economic, cultural, and political questions through the lens of architectural knowledge. The discipline of architecture is simultaneously broad and incisive: the practice of architecture demands a constant reinvention of its role, a redefinition of design’s limits. Our forthcoming series “Does Architecture _______?” confronts the obstacles and opportunities afforded by architecture’s evolving agency while continuing to delineate relevant contexts for spatial design. “Does Architecture _______?” is conceived as a series of five thematic issues, each one curated to discursively champion or constructively critique the latent tensions and potential of the built environment that we know, or can imagine. Continue reading

call for architecture articles

Submission: March 31, 2020
Registration: March 30, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

With the exception of Hollywood, there isn’t another place in the world that has become so inextricably linked to the film industry as the city of Cannes. For more than 70 years, everyone who’s anyone in the film world — and lots of other cinema enthusiasts— have migrated to the French Riviera in May for the biggest event of the year: the Cannes Film Festival, which combines glitzy red-carpet premieres with long and intense days of screenings, discussions and networking.

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Cannes Temporary Cinema_Main graphic

Submission: June 03, 2020
Registration: December 20, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

San Francisco is one of the trendiest and most-popular cities in the United States, which also happens to make it one of the most expensive cities in the world. Home of Silicon Valley, San Francisco has become the go-to city for tech companies within the US, and with countless tech employees flocking to the area with size-able paychecks, it’s not hard to see why the prices in the Bay Area have skyrocketed in the previous decades.

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san francisco affordable housing challenge

Submission: January 17, 2020
Registration: January 17, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

On 14th October 2019 the Czech Museum of Romani Culture in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic and ONplan, the competition organizer, announced a landscape and architectural competition for a memorial to the Roma and Sinti Holocaust victims in Bohemia. The memorial is to be set in Lety u Písku, a village where during World War Two a so-called Gypsy Camp was built, a forced labour facility for Bohemian Roma and Sinti before their transport to Auschwitz.

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lety architecture competition

Submission: March 10, 2020
Registration: February 29, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Paris, the capital of France has been inhabited since the beginning of 3rd Century BC along the banks of the river Seine. It started as the hub of trading center which eventually led to its growth as a metropolis.

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Paris architecture competition

Submission: March 16, 2020
Registration: March 16, 2020
Language: German/English
Location: Vienna, Austria
Prizes: 10.000€ for the winning project, 2.000€ for each finalised
Type: Open

 

The biannual prize seeks to encourage innovative and visionary architectural concepts that explore new models of living and strategies for inhabiting an urban context over a broad expanse of 30 years. Reflecting processes of change, Superscape opens a creative space for unconventional ideas meant to deliver new impulses to real-life architectural output and urban development.

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superscape 2020 architecture competition