Tag Archives: How To Success In Architectural Competitions

Participating in architecture competitions is a meaningful part of university studies and architecture professional career. There are many benefits that come from facing this type of challenges. Starting from getting knowledge and gaining experience, through learning time management or collaboration skills, finishing on possibility to be awarded as well as getting appreciation in the architecture world. But, no pain, no gain. Participating in architecture competition is a long and very demanding process that requires devoted commitment. In this article we would like to explain how “competitions world” works, how to choose the most suitable challenge and start your first entry as well.

Continue reading

how to participate in architecture competitions

Participating in academic competitions for architecture students has its obvious perks – from proving ourselves against the best people in the business (and definitely against your future competitors on the market) to the possibility of snatching the main prize.

But this rivalry can also bring less expected developments to your skills and career and up your value in the industry.

Continue reading

About one year ago we were hard at work, doing our best to come up with a proposal that could have a shot at winning the next edition of the world-famous eVolo Skyscraper Competition. Here’s our account of how we were able to achieve that and some tips and insights we were asked to share that you might hopefully find useful if you plan on following in our footsteps. Continue reading

how to win architecture competition

Earlier this year, we entered eVolo’s annual skyscraper competition and the objective was to challenge the way people understand vertical architecture and its relationship with the natural and built environments. It is a concept competition hosted by the avant-garde architectural magazine eVolo, which values novel, original and visionary ideas. Continue reading

how to win architecture competition