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Submission: January 14, 2018
Registration: January 14, 2018
Language: English
Location: Mumbai, India
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open architectural ideas competition

 

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in ‘BUILDING FOR A BILLION’, an International competition under the initiative ‘India Next’ by UltraTech Cement. This competition invites Engineers and Architects, to develop innovative solutions to tackle the mammoth task of housing every Indian.

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building for a bilion

Submission: October 15, 2017
Registration: October 15, 2017
Language: English
Location: India
Prizes: Four Prizes of Combined Total INR 1,16,000.00
Type: Student Competition

 

Landscape Foundation Students’ Design Competition 2017 is an attempt to encourage students to explore and visualize surrounding areas around monuments and heritage precincts with radical and fresh approaches so as to make them meaningful and relevant spaces along with the historical spirit in which they are sited, thus becoming part of the daily life of the city or a town or a village.

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past continous is future perfect

Submission: November 01, 2017
Registration: October 31, 2017
Language: English
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The Danish Capital Copenhagen is World renowned for being the most happiest and livable city in the world. If you ask the locals regarding the reward they all will sum-up to one thing and that’s the hygge which generally means coziness, but encompasses far more. The city is well crafted with bike friendly streets, hued town houses and craft studios, Freetown Christiania aligned with Copenhagen is attracted by the concept of collective business, workshops and communal living. Continue reading

infinity box architectural competition

Submission: October 20, 2017
Registration: October 15, 2017
Language: English
Location: Taj Mahal – Agra, India
Prizes: 4500$ and sponsored trips.
Type: Open

 

The Black Taj Mahal (Persian/Urdu: لحم جات ہایس “Black Taj”, also “the 2nd Taj”) was supposed to be a legendary black marble mausoleum that was planned to be built across the Yamuna River directly opposite the Taj Mahal. Mughal emperor Shah Jahan is widely believed to have desired a mausoleum for himself similar to the one he had built in memory of his deceased wife, Mumtaz Mahal. There has always been a debate in the archaeological and historian circles regarding the authenticity of the plan for the Black Taj. What if it was supposed to exist and NOW, we vest this opportunity upon YOU, how would you build the Black Taj? Continue reading

The Black Taj Competition

Submission: June 30, 2017
Registration: June 29, 2017
Language: English
Location: Berlin, Germany
Prizes: 1st Prize: INR 1,00,000, 2nd Prize: INR 60,000, 3rd Prize: INR 40,000
Type: Open

 

We seem to have forgotten that schools are the real ‘Temples of Innovation’ that shape children of the future. Schools are supposed to be ‘fun’ places that inspire wonder, creativity and innovation through the teaching and learning. Schools should offer welcoming environments that instil in us confidence to pursue our dreams and interests. Pedagogy i.e. the art of teaching faces a real test in today’s times for it has remained very stagnant and rigid in its discourse. Innovation in methods and practices of education has been slow and very limited.

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architecture competition berlin

Submission: March 25, 2017
Registration: March 19, 2017
Language: English
Location: India
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The Enceladus Awards 2017 is the absolute National architectural award event with 21+ categories. It’s the chance to be distinguished amongest the best in the profession. The Enceladus Awards 2017 will carry extraordinary eminence to your work.

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enceladus competition

Submission: April 30, 2017
Registration: April 30, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Grand Prize: US $1500, Runner Up: US $750
Type: Open

 

Century 22 is the first of twelve International Design competitions under Vowels Idealeague 2017. The year is 2200. A bio-war has shattered the little peace left in the world. There were around 10 billion souls breathing and walking the planet. Barely a handful of them survived unscathed.

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Century 22 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 08, 2016
Registration: November 08, 2016
Language: English
Location: Mumbai, India
Prizes: Please see details below 
Type: Open

 

This year, ACA’s 4th International Design Competition has set out to discover, the layers of the architecture of boundaries. The Competition eagerly awaits your unique narrative of these ‘spaces on edge’ that represent a core transformational condition, theme or an event set in your part of the world. For this you may need to take a deep dive into the inheritance of the ethos you belong to and simultaneously take a leap out of it to embrace the world beyond it. The English musician John Lennon immortalized an imagination of a world free of boundaries, barriers and borders at a time when it seemed like control over them were the only things that could prove supremacy.

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Submission: September 23, 2016
Registration: August 19, 2016
Language: English
Location: Ayodhya, India
Prizes: 1st Prize: Design Contract, 2nd Prize: KRW 30mln, 3rd Prize: KRW 20mln
Type: Open

 

The drawings and documents to be submitted are to be written in Korean. However, in consideration of the foreign judges, the title, keywords, names of places, proper nouns and the description of the design concepts must be indicated in English also. The metric system is used as the measurement unit. Continue reading