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Submission: November 22, 2019
Registration: November 22, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

FUTURE MONUMENTS – (Porte Saint Denis) What is the role of the Monument in 2020? As part of our research themes for 2019/2020 the school has launched an international architecture competition entitled ‘Future Monuments’.

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future monuments

Submission: March 17, 2018
Registration:  February 04, 2018
Language: French, English
Location: Suresnes (near Paris, France)
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The 2018 BIM Competition asks applicants to reflect on the creation of a grammar school for 500 students in the city of Suresnes. Applicants should design the digital model including one or more builidings that will be located within an existing cluster.

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bim concurs 2018

Submission: February 10, 2017
Registration: February 02, 2017
Language: English
Location: Paris, France
Prizes: 1st Prize: $4000, 2nd Prize: $1500, 3rd Prize: $500
Type: Open

 

COMPETITION THEME – “[RE]design BIG designs” the goal is to think as the great names of architecture and to re-think BIG icons and monuments on it’s historical and urban context bringing it to our current days. “WHAT IF it was designed BY YOU”?? “How would you do it??” “What would this city be like?” Those are questions that we want participants to answer. The first building to [RE]design is the Eiffel Tower.

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Submission: September 02, 2016
Registration: September 02, 2016
Language: English, French
Location: Paris, France
Prizes: £5000
Type: Open

 

Abbesses and Chateau Rouge are demonstrative of the great socio-economic divide currently installed in Paris. Only a few hundred metres apart, the difference between plush ‘bobo’ Abbesses and relatively deprived Chateau Rouge could not be more distinct. They both share a common urban element, the market. This competition proposes the design of a small intervention in either or both sites to further support these social infrastructures. But through a collective architectural response, could these two sites be brought closer together? Continue reading

Submission: May 31, 2016
Registration: May 30, 2016
Language: English
Location: Paris, France
Prizes: 1st Prize: INR 1,00,000, 2nd Prize: INR 60,000, 3rd Prize: INR 40,000/-
Type: Open

 

Paris has been the artistic epicentre of the world since renaissance, inspiring many artists, philosophers, writers and architects to innovate and break the shackles of resistance. The city was home to great revolutionaries like Picasso, Miro, Modigliani, Voltaire and Corbusier. But one of the most tolerant cities of the world was shook by recent terror attacks that sent shockwaves around the world. The martyrdom of more than a hundred people in the Bataclan concert hall and other terror sites was mourned by the religions, countries and communities alike.

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