Tag Archives: Contest

Submission: May 22, 2016
Registration: March 31, 2016
Language: English, Ukrainian
Location: Babyn Yar, Ukraine
Prizes: 1st Prize: 17000$, 2nd Prize: 12000$, 3rd Prize: 7000$
Type: Open


The competition client has a motivation to see the projects arising from the competition materialize. However, the client is not the owner of the territory and is not legally entitled to implement the projects independently. Therefore, the only course of action are consistent efforts aimed at persuading the land owners and authorized land users, as well other stakeholders and the wider public of the necessity of having this project realized. The competition is envisioned as the first step toward that. Continue reading

Submission: March 15, 2016
Registration: March 04, 2016
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: a total of US $10,000
Type: Students & Young Architects


Branch Technology is pleased to invite architects, designers, engineers and artists from around the world to take part in the FREEFORM HOME DESIGN CHALLENGE. The competition is an investigation of how 3D printing technologies can improve our built environment and lives today. Continue reading

Submission: April 29, 2016
Registration: April 29, 2016
Language: English
Location: Memphis, USA
Prizes: 1st Prize: $10,000, 2nd Prize: $5,000, 3rd Prize: $3,000
Type: Open


The Re-defining Home: Home Today, Home Tomorrow competition challenges architects and designers to create new standards in housing design so people can stay in their home as they travel through various life stages: from entering the workforce,  getting married, having a family, sending kids to college, becoming a grandparent, following personal passions with new careers and hobbies, and considering retirement.

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Submission: March 15, 2016
Registration: March 05, 2016
Language: English, French
Location: Paris – Bobigny, France
Prizes: 1st Prize: 10000€, 2nd Prize 5000€, 3rd Prize 2500€
Type: Open


Dear architects and students of architecture: we invite you to participate in the BIM 2016 competition! The 2016 BIM contest aims to promote the use of a Building Information Modeling method amongst architects. Through the use of real BIM objects by leading manufacturers and the expertise of big construction companies and experts. Candidates can learn how to implement BIM into a project and / or enhance their knowledge of BIM and BIM related methods. Continue reading

Submission: April 08, 2016
Registration: April 08, 2016
Language: Italian, English, Spanish
Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Prizes: 1st Prize: €500, 2nd & 3rd Prize: subscriptions
Type: Open


The competitors are requested to design the new MUseu do FAdo, the MUFA, replacing the previous built in 1850. We want to become an architectural symbol, capable of representing the tradition by becoming a reference point for the whole community. Revisit the roots to reshape the future: it is a significant step for the revitalization of the Alfama.

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Submission: December 06, 2015
Registration: November 22, 2015
Language: English
Location: Puerto Rico, USA
Prizes: 1st Prize: 3000€, 2nd Prize: 2,000€, 3rd Prize: 500€
Type: Student & Young Architects


ArchMedium proposes the construction of a new cruise terminal that optimizes the connection between the city and cruise ships. An ideas competition that raises a double scale: Understanding the terminal as a gateway to Puerto Rico and understanding the terminal as an equipment for collective use among the community. Continue reading

Submission: October 23, 2015
Registration:  October 20, 2015
Language: English, Italian
Location: Carpineto Romano, Italy
Prizes: 1st Prize: 1000 €,  2nd Prize: 500 €, 3rd Prize 250 €
Type: Students & Young Architects


”Carpineto Mountain Refuge” competition aims to promote the territory and the landscape of Lepine Mountains through a series of temporary receptive points nearby the main mountain paths hiked over by tourists, that go from the valley to the tops of the mountains that surround Carpineto, rethinking the old mountain huts in a contemporary way. Continue reading