Tag Archives: Student Competition

Submission: July 23, 2018
Registration:  July 16, 2018
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st $3,000, 2nd $2,000, 3rd $1,000
Type: International Student Design Competition

 

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce its 7th International Student Tall Building Design Competition. The goal of the competition is to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society. The age of the tall building as a single iconic piece of sculpture, standing in isolation from its surroundings, is coming to an end. Designers have a responsibility to ensure that these permanent urban structures engender a future-oriented urban response to the greatest challenges of our time: unprecedented population growth; mass urbanization; climate change; environmental degradation; social, political and economic change; and the rapid advance of myriad technical innovations. Continue reading

CTBUH 2018

Submission: May 13, 2018
Registration:  April 29, 2018
Language: English / Spanish
Location: New York, USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Ideas competitions

 

NYVC Ideas Competition New York is the emblematic city of professional progress, great ambitions and large corporations. A place where the idea of success in society is pursued although in many cases it is accompanied by long working hours. People spend a third of the day or more in workspaces and most offices were designed to increase productivity regardless of the spatial quality or well-being of employees.  Continue reading

new york vertical city architecture competition

Submission: April 03, 2018
Registration: November 07, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Architecture Student

 

The Race to Zero is an annual competition, open to students and faculty from any interested collegiate institution. The competition challenges collegiate teams to design zero energy ready buildings that are so high performance and energy efficient that all or most annual energy consumption can be offset with renewable energy. Through this competition, future architects, engineers, construction managers, and entrepreneurs gain the skills and experience to start careers in clean energy and generate creative solutions to real-world problems.

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2018_race to zero competition

Submission: September 21, 2017
Registration: September 21, 2017
Language: English
Location: Riverside, CA, USA
Prizes: Cash prize, publication, proposal pitch
Type: Open

 

Influence the future of Riverside, CA by merging design & tech to positively impact tourism in the city. #RUH17 . Riverside hosts amazing events every year, like the Festival of Lights, but the challenge of attracting tourists and caring for their needs is an ever shifting target. Continue reading

riverside urban hackathon

Submission: June 30, 2017
Registration: June 30, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: $20,000 paid in two installments of $10,000Mentions
Type: Student Research Competition

 

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce the “Call for Proposals” for its CTBUH 2017 Student Research Competition – culminating with an award of $20,000 to be recognized at the CTBUH 2017 Conference to be held in Sydney, Australia, from October 30 to November 3, 2017. The funding for this competition has been made possible with the kind support of Underwriters Laboratories.

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Student Research Competition

Submission: July 24, 2017
Registration: July 17, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Cash + Stipend to attend CTBUH 2017 Conference
Type: Student Design Competition

 

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce its 6th International Student Tall Building Design Competition. The goal of the competition is to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society. The deadline for submission is July 24, 2017.

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international student design competition

Submission: March 05, 2017
Registration: February 28, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Details below
Type: Open

 

On February 28th, 120 HOURS – the world’s largest student architecture competition will launch its 7th annual edition. This year, students from all over the world are invited to take on an extraordinary assignment. The lucky winners will get to see their project become a permanent building. Continue reading

120 architecture student competition 2017

Submission: May 10, 2016
Registration: May 10, 2016
Language: English, Russian
Location: Moscow, Russia
Prizes: N/A
Type: Architecture Students

 

The architecture student dormitory is looking to build a new gathering point for students and architecture enthusiasts on the ground floor of their building at ul. Ordzhonikidze, 13/2 in Moscow.
For this purpose, we are inviting all students from architecture and interior schools to participate in a competition on finding new ways how to create a hip space for both young and old. Continue reading

Submission: July 25, 2016
Registration: July 18, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 1st Prize: US$6,000, 2nd Prize: US$5,000, 3rd Prize: US$4,000, 4th Prize: US$3,000, 5th Prize: US$3,000
Type: Architecture Students 

 

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce its 5th International Student Tall Building Design Competition. The goal of the competition is to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society. Continue reading

Submission: July 01, 2016
Registration: July 01, 2016
Language: English
Location: New York, USA
Prizes: 1st. Prize: $3,000, 2nd. Prize: $1,000, 3rd. Prize: $500
Type: Open

 

Through this ideas competition, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, People for the Pavilion, and Queens Borough President Melinda Katz hope to raise awareness worldwide of the New York State Pavilion and its future. Together, we will spark a conversation about the value of historic preservation and this irreplaceable structure by engaging the residents of Queens in re-imagining one of its most significant assets. Continue reading