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Submission: July 21, 2017
Registration: July 14, 2017
Language: English
Location: Philadelphia PA, USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) are hosting a design competition to create an “Image Maker” landscape at the Airport. The competition is an opportunity to demonstrate Philadelphia’s position as America’s Garden Capital and create a welcoming image for the Greater Philadelphia region. Continue reading

landscape design competition

Submission: June 23, 2017
Registration: June 23, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Call for projects and initiatives enhancing public spaces by bringing people together through food culture. City Cook Book invites projects and initiatives worldwide that work with food dynamics and culture to enhance public space and foster social interaction to be part of its platform. If you have developed or are actively engaged in any such initiatives we would like you to share your experience in our open repository. The projects will be presented both in a digital platform and a publication. Continue reading

city cook book

Submission: May 19, 2017
Registration: May 19, 2017
Language: English
Location: London, UK
Prizes: Publication and promotion
Type: Open

 

Imagine that London becomes the world’s first National Park City. This large-scale and long-term vision has the potential to transform how Londoners live and how the city works. But what would London look like?

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london competition

Submission: December 12, 2015
Registration: December 12, 2015
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize: 1,500€,  3 Accésits 3 x 500 €
Type: Open

 

This competitition gives a new perspective and offers a new view beyond ourselves to show us that there are people who don’t have the basics or even vital such as a shelter, an accomodation which protects us from a rainy day, which can give shade when the sun burns and more confortable than a cardboard on the freezing floor. And that, dear contestants, is a real issue. Give an answer to this is definitely a great challenge. Continue reading