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Submission: November 30, 2022
Registration: November 30, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see the details below
Type: Open

 

The aim of the “Re-Draw” competition is to develop one drawing to ‘represent’ an iconic architecture piece. The participants are asked to draft one image with absolute freedom of scale, technique, and level of abstraction.

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Submission: January 23, 2023
Registration: January 8, 2023
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

As exciting as it may seem, the hustle and bustle of city life get bitter and mundane with every passing day. With no new perspectives and exposure to the ever-increasing traffic, pollution, and an unstoppable, fast-paced life that runs on repeat mode. Introducing a paradox in regular life can bring a change of perspective and a sense of joy and excitement. Artuminate launches the ‘Notion of Space’ competition aiming to explore the imagination of creative minds by providing an experiential break for the city dwellers.
Artuminate challenges you to design an Experiential Paradoxical Installation in the city.

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Submission: February 28, 2023
Registration: February 28, 2023
Language: English
Location: Iceland
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

We are looking for a unique, dynamic piece of architecture that provides a tactile and sensory journey for those who are visually impaired. This project will be accompanied by a written description of the journey through your proposal which can be enjoyed by blind and visually impaired people. Push the limits of architecture and your creativity with this design challenge. Showcase your skills and abilities across our global platform.

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Submission: February 28, 2023
Registration: February 28, 2023
Language: England
Location: Black Beach Reynisfjara, Iceland
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

We are looking for a unique, dynamic piece of architecture that provides a visitor centre, information point, cafe and thermal pool located within the black beach of Reynisfjara, in the southern coast of Iceland.

This competition will work alongside the Retreat for the Blind competition, and the designs can be joint via the Competition Bundle.

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Submission: January 19, 2023
Registration: January 4, 2023
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

Health studies document the increase in stress and greater prevalence of some mental disorders in the cities. The constant interaction of urban life is leading to psychological problems.

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Submission: November 30, 2022
Registration: November 30, 2022
Language: English, Polish
Location: Warsaw, Poland
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The challenge for an architect and a designer is to prepare the concept of toilets located in the theatre spaces, separately women’s and men’s toilets, including toilets for disabled people. The project should contain the author’s idea and meet the competition requirements contained in the Regulations as well as refer to the base materials.

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Submission: August 23, 2022
Registration: August 22, 2022
Language: English
Location: South Africa
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The challenge here is to create a space for music for the deaf whereby with the use of technology music is not just heard but also felt. A space here through the means of sensory stimulation music is made more accessible. The design need not be a formal space but a more accessible and well-equipped space where music and theatre can be experienced by all. You must consider the different sensory experiences that are related to sound and how they are experienced by both individuals with hearing and those without.

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Submission: January 30, 2023
Registration: January 16, 2023
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Public toilets are a vital part of public health that fosters liveability in the city. Toilets are one of the most important public spaces.
Public toilets have become a design issue all over developed & developing countries. ‘Toilet’ is treated off limit when it comes to architectural experimentation and innovation. This competition is an attempt to open the doors to discuss the type of space a designer would advise for public use. Artuminate launched this competition aiming to experiment with new, sustainable, and innovative solutions not only for aesthetics but also for the technological aspects of toilets.

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Submission: January 15, 2023
Registration: December 31, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Contemporary architecture has started to receive more accusations of emotional coldness, and restrictive aesthetics, distanced from humans and life.

An essential solution to improve the quality of life is to reconnect architecture with emotions and feelings. Architecture is the main element of our environment. Architecture has an impact on emotions followed by behavior. As the architectural space changes, humans act, think, and feel differently. It is important to architect human emotions of positivity, to create an environment that reduces negative emotions.

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Submission: August 16, 2022
Registration: August 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Zundert , Netherlands
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Humans tend to be intrinsically drawn to nature. We often seek out nature and strive to find ways to incorporate or bring nature into the spaces we inhabit. A small but significant contributor to this need for biophilia is florists. Florists the world over, curate plants and flowers for people to bring into their homes.

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