Tag Archives: 2022 architecture competition

Submission: June 30, 2022
Registration: April 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Vancouver
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open Competition

 

Design a biophilic community hub! This hub provides a place where the community can better flourish and residents’ lives are enriched in multiple and profound ways. This building is to look like an extension of the created landscape in a form recognizing the influence of nature over architecture. The edges between architecture and nature may become invisible and intertwine.

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invisible hub community center

Submission: January 18, 2022
Registration: January 17, 2022
Language: English
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open Competition

 

How will one define a space of pause and revival? Space where one feels re-energized and revived to go back when leaving. This challenge aims to design a retreat centre that helps in disconnecting people from their busy city life and connects them with nature, by offering relaxation and luxury spaces that would help them rewind. Challenge is to showcase a strong connection with its context and its natural flora fauna while using its natural abundance to create a relaxing environment.

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Submission: February 28, 2022
Registration: February 28, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open Competition

 

PROLOGOS is a three-month online design competition that encourages future architects to re-imagine and create new typologies that tackle timely issues concerning the state of our nation. This competition aims to invite fresh thinking and out of the box solutions among young designers and give them the opportunity to express their views of the future of societies.

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prologos

Submission: February 28, 2022
Registration: December 17, 2021
Language: English / Korean
Location: Yeonsu-gu, South Korea
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open Competition

 

Yeonsu-gu plans to build a “Yeonsu-gu Youth Center” that can promote healthy youth growth through various youth activities such as cultural activities, creative experience activities, career experience activities, and internationalization activities for teenagers. The purpose of this design competition is to provide efficient and creative spaces for various training and self-development activities such as culture, education, experience, and physical education, and to establish a youth center as a representative building in Incheon.

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yeonsu gu youth centre

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

 

New product design contest on Desall.com: Ermetika invites you to reinterpret the world of “frameless” doors – a concept that stems from the elimination of all non essential elements from the door system. With this principle in mind, you’re invited to submit a product concept for a revolutionary “door frame+door panel system”, featuring a number of functional and stylistic innovations that are in keeping with the latest design trends.

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ermetika frameless

Submission: January 11, 2022
Registration: January 10, 2022
Language: English
Location: Swiss Alps, Switzerland
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open Competition

 

This challenge of the competition is to explore and innovate the concept of staying pods which are to be built in the heart of the Swiss Alps. The staying pods shall aim to enrich and revive the tourist experience and expand their horizon. These pods are expected to act as a comfortable refuge to the hikers and travelers by providing them with cozy pods in iconically scenic locations that bring them one step closer to their natural abode.

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alps cocoon

Submission: February 5, 2022
Registration: January 25, 2022
Location: Concept
Language: English
Prizes: 1,00,000 INR + Certification + Publication
Type: Open, Interior design

 

For this competition, we thus invite interior designs which look at the café as a place filled with unique possibilities to forge social and cultural connections. We invite participants to send us their take on the design of the café interior, set in the site of their choice.

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cafe interiors

Submission: May 25, 2022
Registration: April 20, 2022
Language: English
Location: Latvia
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

For the Caramel Shore Traveller Rooms competition, Bee Breeders architecture competition organisers are asking participants to design a prototype for a sleeping cabin to be located in the Latvian town of Skrunda on the golden-sand shores of the Venta river. The Venta river is home to the widest waterfalls in Europe, and its brightly yellow caramel color sands make it an idyllic spot for rural tourists to visit.

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caramel shore

Submission: January 11, 2022
Registration: January 10, 2022
Language: English
Location: International
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open

 

The challenge of the competition is to conceptualize a design for a modular housing colony to be built on the planet Mars. The permanent habitat established must be able to resist the unique conditions of the planet. The atmosphere, climate, gravity, soil, illumination, and so on need to be taken into consideration while proposing the design. The proposed design must be able to adapt to the unexpected harsh conditions that might arise on the planet. The structures built must accompany the means of self-sustenance of the colony.

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MARTIAN HUB

Submission: March 3, 2022
Registration: February 24, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

We believe that architecture and design can considerably help in rebuilding children’s lives around the world by bringing education closer to them. Spaces have a great impact on the lives of the people that inhabit them and by designing one that imparts education; millions of children can be benefited. It is our responsibility as designers to redefine our role in the process of tackling social issues using design as a primary tool. The participants are to design a multifunctional educational space to accommodate a capacity of 200 students from the age group of 5 to 11 years. These spaces should also function as an interactive space for the local community post-school hours.

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re-school