Tag Archives: New York architecture competition

Submission: June 20, 2017
Registration: June 06, 2017
Language: English
Location: New York, USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Since our founding in 1995, the Design Trust has solicited project proposals from government agencies, nonprofit organizations, community groups, and individuals through an open Request for Proposals (RFP).After three years since our last RFP—The Energetic City—and four projects later, on April 25, 2017, we unveiled Public for All: Rethinking Shared Space in NYC, an open call for project ideas to ensure New York City’s public realm remains truly public. The Design Trust seeks innovative ideas for creating more accessible, resourceful public spaces and sustainable models for their operation and maintenance to strengthen the voice of communities and enliven neighborhoods.

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NYC shared space

Submission: May 19, 2017
Registration: May 19, 2017
Language: English
Location: New York, USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Blank Space is proud to announce the Driverless Future challenge, a global competition to shape the impact of autonomous transportation in NYC, with a prize purse worth over $60,000 for the 4 top teams. The focus of the challenge is not on the cars themselves, but everything else: from parking solutions, to mass transit, accessibility, shipping, logistics, software, services, and new uses of roadways, intersections, and sidewalks. The primary goal is to create a launchpad for entrepreneurs, innovators, designers, engineers, architects and futurists to enact real change in New York City.

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driverless future competition

Submission: February 23, 2017
Registration: February 23, 2017
Language: English
Location: New York, USA
Prizes: 1st Prize: US$ 3000, 2nd Prize: US$ 1500, 3rd Prize: US$ 500
Type: Open

 

In the words of Bill de Blasio, New Yorkers have a “crisis of affordability” on their hands. This is a crisis built upon the success that the city has had in recent decades. These years have made the city safer, and more appealing, for people from all over the world to come and start businesses, studies, and their lives.

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new york housing competition