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Submission: April 18, 2021
Registration: April 05, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Imagine urban surroundings that bring you closer to nature, thanks to renewable materials nurturing all of your senses. Lunawood Urban Challenge calls on all architecture and design students to re-imagine and redesign urban environments by using Lunawood Thermowood. This competition’s purpose is to highlight the vast possibilities of wood as a modern building material that helps create a healthier and more sustainable environment. Continue reading

urban challenge

Submission: March 30, 2021
Registration: March 30, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The aim of the Rammed Earth House competition is to design an experimental building made of rammed earth at a specifically selected location in the South-east region of Slovenia. Rammed earth is one of the most sustainable materials in the world, accessible practically anywhere, and its properties enable a healthy and sustainable living environment. The competition’s aim is to design one residential building for two people on a minimum area built of rammed earth. The maximum building area of the building must not exceed 30m2.

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rammed earth house

Submission: February 28, 2021
Registration: February 26, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Quechua Architecture Competition, Q.A.C., welcomes all participants to take part of this challenge which consists in presenting and developing a project that explores diverse fields of thinking and design. The challenge for this occasion is “TITICACA CHAPEL”. Continue reading

Titicaca-Chapel Competition

Submission: April 03, 2021
Registration: April 03, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Arch Out Loud challenges participants to design the hurricane resilient home of the future. Category five hurricane winds commonly reach speeds between 160 and 190 miles per hour, causing widespread destruction in a matter of seconds. Yet with the implementation of fundamental engineering and principles in design techniques, coastal residential structures that implement structural shells have proven the ability to withstand the strongest storms. Continue reading

shelter architecture competition

Submission: April 09, 2021
Registration: April 09, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The fast pace of 21st century has led to a very distorted work-leisure balance among urban settlers. This has caused numerous lifestyle-related mental and physical issues like stress, depression and other chronic ailments. This has shifted the focus on wellness and its importance in leading a happy and fulfilling life. We are getting aware and more conscious of the fact that wellness is more than the absence of disease and is a careful holistic balance of the mind, body and spirit. The dialogue has been initiated and we can see an upsurge in the wellness tourism sector, as people demand for a more accessible and wholesome experience. Continue reading

alps wellness retreat

Submission: April 09, 2021
Registration: April 09, 2021
Language: Italian, English, Spanish
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Brussels is the political seat of Europe; it houses buildings of high institutional value that reaffirm the vocation of intermediary to which it is possible to trace the reasons for the foundation in which the city was a link between Cologne and Bruges. The Grand Place, a UNESCO heritage site, is bordered by the classical style buildings that make up the wings and once the seat of the guild of trades. The Design Museum or the extension of the Europa Building project into the new millennium a city that has always believed in the mixture of cultures. Continue reading

art house brussels

Submission: February 16, 2021
Registration: February 14, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

YAC – Young Architects Competitions –  BT Group​  and Marina di Loano launch LEISURE HARBOR, a competition of ideas aiming to re-design one of the 10 most important marinas of Europe. The cash prize of € 20, 000 will be distributed to the winning proposals selected by an international jury panel made of, among the others: Manuel Aires Mateus, PatrickLüth (Snøhetta), Huang Wenjing (OPEN Architecture), Paolo Matteuzzi (Zaha Hadid Architects).

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leisure harbor architecture competition

Submission: March 01, 2021
Registration: February 28, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

In this competition, we ask you to come up with a visionary concept for a Visitors center. When generating a vision for the center within a spectacular place, it is essential that each proposal emphasizes, respects and celebrates the site, while providing visitors with a unique experience. The Visitors Center aims to promote a unique experience within a remarkable landscape and provide a space for visitors to become engaged with the surroundings. Continue reading

visitors center architecture competition

Submission: February 28, 2021
Registration: February 28, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Life as humans are transient and momentary in the Cosmos. To be human is to know that you are not forever and with this idea lies a hope that our lives extend beyond the grave. The belief in afterlife runs psychologically deep and it is a reflection of an idea that our mind, our memories, our emotions, our desires are distinct and separate from our physical existence and stems from a longing that we exist perhaps even as immaterial souls. Continue reading

In Between Poster

Submission: June 03, 2021
Registration: April 29, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The Spirala Ecological Village is an intentional community set amidst the beautiful natural backdrop of Northern Portugal. It is a pioneering project focused on self-development and communion with nature. Founders Nitzan and Romy from Israel named their community after the inspiration of the spiral – ‘spirala’ in Hebrew – which exists everywhere, starting from the shape of vast galaxies, right down to the spirals of our very own DNA. Continue reading

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