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Submission: October 4, 2022
Registration: October 3, 2022
Language: English
Location: Arkansas City, United States
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The architecture competition brief calls for a design of a nature-centric hospice design, which is focused on creating and facilitating human nature connected through architecture. The aim of the competition is to come up with unique design solutions for a hospice that creatively blurs the borders between interior and exterior by offering a direct connection between them.

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Submission: August 16, 2022
Registration: August 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Zundert , Netherlands
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Humans tend to be intrinsically drawn to nature. We often seek out nature and strive to find ways to incorporate or bring nature into the spaces we inhabit. A small but significant contributor to this need for biophilia is florists. Florists the world over, curate plants and flowers for people to bring into their homes.

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Submission: August 2, 2022
Registration: August 1, 2022
Language: English
Location: Arles, France
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open Competition

 

THE LIFE OF VINCENT VAN GOGH

Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most influential artists to have contributed to both the Post-Impressionist era and Western Art. While his artistic career only spanned a decade he created over 800 oil paintings out of a complete body of more than 2000 artworks.

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Submission: May 3, 2022
Registration: May 2, 2022
Language: English
Location: Seattle, United States
Prizes: Please see the details below
Type: Open

 

Art has always played an important role in human lives, but it has never been a rule for art to be of meaning or representative of something rigid. Abstract forms of art have started coming up with these forms of nonobjective pieces that are an unrestricted portrayal of experiences and sometimes even elusive play of visuals and perceptions.

Abstract art started around the 19th century, a period that was characterized by the vast popularity of imitative and anecdotal representation. Movements like Romanticism, symbolism and expressionism were some of the movements that started around the same time that went against classicism and embraced the newfound freedom.

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Submission: April 19, 2022
Registration: April 18, 2022
Language: English
Location: Dallas, United States
Prizes: Please see the details below
Type: Open

 

Buses, Trains, Taxis, and other forms of native transport systems in different parts of the world have provided humans with an option of hassle-free transit options within cities and states. These transit systems have adapted to the needs of the particular locality ever since their inception. The purpose of such a public transit system is that it helps reduce the clutter on the street which has far-reaching effects on the economy and the environment.

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Submission: May 03, 2022
Registration: May 02, 2022
Language: English
Location: Bahia Blanca, Argentina
Prizes:Please see the details below
Type: Open Competition

 

Vision is the primary sense that is employed in architecture. The form, textures, colour, the aesthetics, are all captured through the light in the space. Light, in its raw form, paints a picture guiding the journey of the user and their well-being. Light has the power to influence our emotions, cognition and perception of a space. The effective use of light in any design can elevate its spatial experience. Light and shadows can create dynamism in a static setting. The depth perception is altered with various elements and the imaginative use of light in spaces can increase the interaction between space and its users.

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