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Submission: December 04, 2017
Registration: November 19, 2017
Language: English and Spanish
Location: Barcelona
Prizes: Publications, Exhibitions and prize money
Type: Architecture competition


ARCHmedium we invite students and young architects to explore new typologies about social housing in a consolidated environment in the center of Barcelona. We propose the transformation of an existing office building from the 20th century to social housing. The existing 18.000m2 will house 160 homes and small scale businesses. The objective of the competition is to guarantee the social function of housing through rethinking the housing space. Proposals must explore new typologies and urban ways to respond to the program and improve the scope of intervention. The intervention must meet the highest environmental criteria, seeking a low energy consumption.

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barcelona social housing competition

Submission: May 31, 2017
Registration: May 31, 2017
Language: English, Spanish
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Prizes: 1st Prize: 2.000 €, 2nd Prize: 1.000 €, 3rd Prize: 500 €
Type: Architecture Students


Fira de Barcelona organizes Piscina & Wellness Barcelona every two years, meeting point for the main companies and professionals related to the water sector at worldwide level. Innovative products, research projects and solutions will be shown during the event. At the same time, exhibitions and conferences will be held to present the current and future trends of the water sector.
aquatic center barcelona

Submission: July 22, 2016
Registration: July 22, 2016
Language: English, Italian, Espanol
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Prizes: 1st Prize: 500,00 euro, 2nd&3rd Prize: Subscription
Type: Open


The Gothic Quarter is a container of cultures and styles: originally a Roman village during the fourteenth century assumed its present configuration. To the many gothic buildings, among which is the Cathedral de la Santa Creu, adding construction contemporary styling a place that is constantly changing. Continue reading