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Submission: June 15, 2022
Registration: April 01, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes:  €30.000
Type: Student Competition

 

 

VELUX Group invites the students of architecture to participate in the International VELUX Award competition on the theme “Light of Tomorrow”. The 2022 competition is the 10th edition, which so far has received thousands of exciting daylight projects from more than 5000 students of architecture around the world. The award invites students to explore the role of daylight in architecture and inspire new thinking. The aim of the award is to encourage and challenge students of architecture, and to create a deeper understanding of this specific and ever-relevant source of energy, light and life.

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Submission: March 10, 2022
Registration: February 28, 2022
Language: English
Location: Conceptual
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Architecture Photography

 

This competition intends to understand the history of architecture through the lenses of the photographer. A photograph that powerfully portrays the past glory of the present architectural ruins.

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Submission: May 24, 2022
Registration: April 19, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: 6,000 €
Type: Open

 

The MICROHOME / Edition No4 architecture ideas competition is searching for designs that reinvent the idea of the micro home. Rather than just scaling down a standard home, participants are encouraged to use new technologies and innovative materials to create a new aesthetic and layout for a modular micro home that could be located anywhere in the world.

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Submission: January 31, 2022
Registration: January 31, 2022
Language: English
Location: United Kingdom
Prizes: Please check the details below
Type: Open (UK only)

 

Martian House, which will be installed at Bristol’s M Shed in 2022, was conceived by local artists Ella Good and Nicki Kent and will be brought to life by specialists in the fields of space exploration, extreme environments, and sustainability. This competition is an exciting opportunity to be part of a cross-industry collaboration that has seen artists, scientists, architects, and engineers coming together to create a full-scale Martian house for the future.

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Submission: January 25, 2022
Registration: January 24, 2022
Language: English
Location: Porec, Croatia
Prizes: $24000
Type: Hospitality Building

 

The aim of this challenge is to create a cottage resort for the artists, which can serve as a space to aid and support the artist’s art creation process. The resort design will act as a getaway space for the artists for their vacations and will function specific to this focus group, offering a design that aids the artist’s needs. Artists’ visual art is considered to be the main focus group of this challenge.

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Submission: March 27, 2022
Registration: February 11, 2022
Language: German
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Prizes: Please check the details below
Type: Open

 

This upcoming anniversary forms the basis for the International Building Exhibition 2027 (IBA’27), which takes place in Stuttgart and its region. After a century of architectural and urban history, the IBA offers the opportunity to rethink the built testimonies of modernism and to advance the urban design at Weissenhof with a contemporary model. To this end, the state capital Stuttgart and the state of Baden-Württemberg, in cooperation with the IBA’27, are going to announce an open international ideas competition for the urban design of Weissenhof and its surroundings in 2022.

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Weissenhof in Stuttgart

Submission: July 1, 2022
Registration: July 1, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

How can design be used to challenge the status quo, to interrupt the jargon, to disrupt and redirect ecological and socio-economic flows? LA+ Journal’s fourth international design ideas competition invites you to take an established place and design your own beneficial interruption within it. You can site your interruption anywhere and, if necessary, remove anything to make way for it. It can be an artwork, a garden, a building, a space, a thing, a barrier, an ambience, an opening, a catalyst, a performance, a program, an institution, an intervention, a folly… It can be any scale and it can be anywhere.

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Submission: February 28, 2022
Registration: March 4, 2022
Language: English
Location: Philippines
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Ideas Design Competition

 

PROLOGOS 2021 aims to engage in a social and political debate in an effort to shift the negative narrative around refugees. With this, we are able to define and help build a positive narrative around population movements. This involves encouraging compassion around how we can achieve better mutual understanding and integration as a response to the increased numbers of people fleeing their home countries.

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Submission: January 25, 2022
Registration: January 25, 2022
Language: English
Location: Birchington, United Kingdom
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open

 

The aim here is to create a public space that is used by a variety of people in the city for different public activities. The challenge is to create a hub through a combination of major public activities including theatre, lecture rooms, exhibition spaces; which are mainly focused on public engagement.

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room for all

Submission: January 18, 2022
Registration: January 17, 2022
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open

 

The aim of this challenge is to create a compact temporary shelter that can be prototyped, multiplied, and is portable; which will provide them with a shelter that’ll help them have a temporary refuge anywhere. The design has to be a temporary structure that has to be compact enough to fit in a small space and should be portable enough for them to shift to places.

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