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The call for ideas CULTURE STATIONS was launched on March 2021 by YAC – Young Architects Competitions – in collaboration with the Municipality of Elini  to reinterpret ancient railway infrastructures in terms of culture and tourism, considering them as opportunities for the areas they cross. Culture Stations competition invited creatives from the whole world to leave aside their original functions and embracing a new cultural purpose, designers have endless possibilities: stations as museums, “case cantoniere” (roadmen’s houses) as accommodation, storehouses as ateliers, railway parks as open-air theatres, bridges and galleries as exhibition spaces.

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The call for ideas WWF OBSERVATION CABINS was launched on March 2021 by YAC – Young Architects Competitions – in collaboration with WWF for the design of observation points and a visitor centre in the oasis of Orbetello. WWF Observation Cabins competition aims at creating a place where to raise awareness, where visitors can reconcile with nature by enjoying and acknowledging the beauty that lies where human beings manage to remain silent and listen.

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Archstorming, an architectural platform that organizes international humanitarian competitions, has released the results for the African Urban School contest. In this competition, participants were challenged to design a school for Enko Education, a fast-growing network of African international schools that offers affordable quality education in order to provide access for young Africans to the best universities worldwide.

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TerraViva Competitions has officially released the complete list of awarded projects of the design contest “The Living Museum”. With the aim of imagining a museum capable of breaking with the conventions of the traditional, the challenge of this competition was to integrate an accommodation program in the heart of the Nivola Museum’s park. Competitors were therefore asked to imagine and design creative and unconventional proposals to host those tourists intent on traveling through the Sardinian inland, and the international artists who periodically reach the museum to set up their own exhibitions.

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