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Submission: October 24, 2017
Registration: August 04, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

This Competition is conducted on the basis of the provisions of the Act of January 29, 2004 – The Public Procurement Code (consolidated wording in the Journal of Laws of Republic of Poland of 2015, item 2164, with subsequent amendments), hereinafter referred to as the “Act” as well as these Rules and Regulations. The Competition is a single–stage competition. In it, the competition Participants (Participants) shall submit Applications (Applications) to participate in the Competition. The Organizer shall allow the participation of Participants meeting requirements as defied in the Competition Rules and Regulations (Rules and Regulations) and invite them to submit Competition Designs. Continue reading

warsaw architecture competition

Submission: September 20, 2017
Registration: March 27, 2017
Language: English
Location: Szczecin, Poland
Prizes: 1st Prize 150,000 PLN (about 34,600 EUR), 2nd Prize 75,000 PLN (about 17,300 EUR), 3rd Prize 50,000 PLN (about 11,500 EUR), up to 6 distinctions 25,000 PLN (about 5,800 EUR) each
Type: Open

 

Szczecin – a city in north-western Poland, inhabited by over 400,000 people, is searching for an original idea to develop an area of 200 ha located in the very heart of the City. To this end, its authorities have just announced the international urban and architectural competition “Lasztownia – the New Heart of the City”. The record-breaking prizes, totalling EUR 97,900, clearly shows how serious the Mayor of Szczecin is about the Competition results.

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lasztownia competition

Submission: September 17, 2016
Registration: September 17, 2016
Language: English
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Prizes: 1st Place 3500€, 2nd Prize 1000€, 3rd Prize 500€
Type: Students Competition

Warsaw is a city bursting with change. Rising into economical prominence in the set of European capitals, it is still in search of its spatial identity. Undergoing a rapid transformation, the city has become a battleground for two clashing visions of urban development: the neoliberal with its appreciation for the ground value and private initiatives, and a more communal vision, underlining the importance of public spaces and accessibility of urban infrastructure. In the heart of this debate is the Warszawianka sports centre in Warsaw’s Mokotow district.

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