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Submission: July 3, 2019
Registration: July 3, 2019
Language: English
Location: Mexico
Prizes: 20.000€ + CONSTRUCTION
Type: Open

 

THE WINNING PROPOSAL WILL BE BUILT

The social catastrophe of Latin America has its epicenter in the popular settlements.
It is in Latin America, the most urbanized and unequal region in the world, where 104 million people live in popular settlements. Here, 1 of every 4 inhabitants of urban areas, lives in a slum, villa, favela or camp, in a situation of poverty. These populations must subsist by their own means, with the constant violation of their rights. Continue reading

emergency housing mexico

Submission: May 01, 2016
Registration: May 01, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 5 winners – up to 10,000 EUR
Type: Open

 

The What Design Can Do Refugee Challenge is a global design competition that calls on the creative community to come up with game-changing ideas for accommodating, connecting, integrating and helping the personal development of refugees. The challenge specifically focuses on refugees in urban areas, as nearly 60 per cent of the world’s 20 million refugees now live in urban areas. Continue reading

Submission: March 18, 2016
Registration: March 18, 2016
Language: English, Greek
Location: Mediterranean Sea Area
Prizes: Please check competition’s brief
Type: Open

 

MOHA is announcing a call for academic projects and architectural scenarios on emergency hosting proposals for people in the Mediterranean Sea. The call is about gathering design concepts and proposals for emergency sheltering and environmental protection on shores and coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea, receiving people from countries suffering conflicts and political turmoil. Continue reading

Submission: April 25, 2016
Registration: April 25, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize: $3,000, 2nd Prize: $1,500, 3rd Prize: $750
Type: Open

 

After receiving over 350 registrations from 50 different countries at last years inaugural Dencity Competition, Shelter is pleased to invite back architects, planners, students, engineers, designers, thinkers, NGOs and organizations from all over the world to take part in designing for a better city.

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