Tag Archives: photography

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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Submission: February 28, 2022
Registration: February 28, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Writing competition

 

Essay Writing Contest, 3rd Cycle is the Nineteenth initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization founded by architect Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields from an explorer’s perspective. Theme for the Series in this cycle is ‘Travel & Photography’.

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essay writing travel and photography

Submission: November 30,  2021
Registration: November 29,  2021
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open Competition

 

The objective of this challenge is to capture the world going into environmental ruin due to human behavior, in a picture story using not more than 8 images – along with a concept note. The aim is to turn heads of people towards issues like this, in a deep introspective manner. Use the ability of pictures to speak a thousand words to evoke self-awareness and emotions of regret and contemplation in the wider audiences.

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picturing eco ruin

Submission: December 15, 2021
Registration: December 15, 2021
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Multi-discipline, Open

 

Talented creatives, designers, photographers, architects and artists around the world are invited to enter the award, for a chance to take their work global and connect with the brightest design minds in the industry. Our mission is clear: recognising and rewarding the world’s most fresh and progressive creative talents, from all around the world, in different categories – Architecture, Photo/Video, Art, Graphic, Interior and Product Design.

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LICC

Submission: August 23, 2020
Registration: August 23, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

PoArtMo stands for Positive Art Month and Positive Art Moves. Auroras & Blossoms created PoArtMo as an invitation to artists in every discipline to create positive art every June (Positive Art Month) and throughout the year (Positive Art Moves).

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auroras blossoms

Submission: May 10, 2020
Registration: May 09, 2020
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Crediting the origin of the word “cliché,” Quinta Colonna launches a call for submissions where words are not forbidden, but priority is given to visual content. Cliché was originally a tool used to reproduce an image through different

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quarantine

Submission: March 17, 2017
Registration: March 17, 2017
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Feature in third edition of [TRANS-]journal
Type: Open

 

It is often thought that architecture has a quality permanence. In the third issue of [TRANS-] journal we seek to understand that this is not always true. Exploring how the construction of spaces can speak to impermanence, transient design could be a variety of things: built one day and disassembled another; rootless, wandering, and drifting as a nomad among environmental and geopolitical conditions; or spaces that house impermanent populations or respond to temporary phenomena or needs. Continue reading

transient competition