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Submission: 21 September, 2021
Registration: 20 September, 2021
Language: English
Location: Makkah, Saudi Arabia
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open

 

The design challenge is to conceive a modular solution for housing Hajj pilgrims in the city of Mina. The stay duration is aimed at 6 days of air-cooled living, cost-effective, fireproof, hygienic, and incremental to begin with and can go as much as elevating pilgrim experience with whichever means found imperative.

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The White Lands

Submission: July 09, 2021
Registration: June 25, 2021
Language: English
Location: California
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Student Competition

 

2×8 is an annual exhibition & scholarship program showcasing exemplary student work from architecture & design institutions throughout California. Celebrating the state’s unequaled diversity in pedagogical directions, each of the participating academic programs select two projects that embody their core vision. As many as 20 schools participate in the annual show.

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2x8 2021 Exhibit Design Competition

Submission: December 01, 2021
Registration: November 30, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open, Student Thesis

 

‘Architecture Thesis of the Year 2021’ is an international architecture thesis competition that aims to extend appreciation to the tireless effort and exceptional creativity of student thesis in the field of Architecture. We seek to encourage young talent in bringing their path-breaking ideas to the forefront on a global scale.
Academic Design endeavors allow the free flow of unfettered ideas – experimental, bold, promising, and unconventional. An intensive architectural discourse and a collaborative design process are essential to developing ingenious solutions to complex problems of the future.

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Architecture Thesis of the Year ATY 2021

Submission: August 17,  2021
Registration: August 16, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The challenge here is to show what some of today’s public spaces would have looked like if they were built during old times or in other words – an alternative reality. Recreate illustrations of what different elements of a shopping mall would’ve looked like in medieval times, with materials, aesthetics, and social norms back then. The aim is to make it relatable to today’s times but in a different time period.

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turn back time

Submission: October 19, 2021
Registration: October 18, 2021
Language: English
Location: California, USA
Prizes: $24000
Type: Healthcare Building, Architecture

 

Design a hospice care facility for terminally unwell children. The Hospice must accommodate up to 50 patients/beds, and 50 staff members. Spaces for frequent visitors and family members must be designed. Landscapes will be an integral part of such a wellness project.

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respites

Submission: September 3, 2021
Registration: September 3, 2021
Language: English
Location: Singapore
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Student Competition

 

International Building Design Competition 2021 is organized by the Singapore Polytechnic (SP) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), supported by the Building Construction Authority (BCA), and in partnership with many Institutes of Higher Learning. This year, IBDC 2021 will adopt an ‘open-theme approach’ that allows participants a free hand to decide on a  building typology for the competition. However, the design of the building needs to ad here to the following criteria:
1.  Sustainable Building Design
2.  Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (flexible PPVC moulds & standardized components at different areas, such as DfMA wall components with adjustable moulds, adaptable for different height requirements).

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INTERNATIONAL BUILDING DESIGN

Submission: October 17, 2021
Registration: October 17, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Lighting design

 

LIT DESIGN AWARDS IS OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS, FROM LIGHTING MANUFACTURERS, DESIGNERS AND PRACTISES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. Selected by our esteemed jury of designers and leaders in the lighting, interior design, and architectural fields, the annual winners will receive the LIT trophy, extensive publicity showcasing their designs and products to an international audience, and more.

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LIT

Submission: July 20, 2021
Registration: July 19, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The challenge here is to design an architecture pavilion that speaks for a more sustainable built habitat of the future using contextual technologies. The design problem is to create a proposition of a Pavilion on an existing terrace. The pavilion is intended to be a social Interactive space / Breakout / Rejuvenating space. This can fit multiple typologies like an office tower or a university. The design’s aim is to create shading against heat radiations from the sun.

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terra x terra

Submission: September 28, 2021
Registration: September 21, 2021
Language: English, Spanish
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The competition seeks for innovative ideas in the design of a house, focusing in the relationship of the project with a specific client, as well as with the site where it is located. OPENGAP invites participants to explore the boundaries and paradigms of house designing. To work in innovative and visionary proposals which can both, think in a basic housing program and the relation of identity between the customer and the project.

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2021 a house for

Submission: July 26, 2021
Registration: July 19, 2021
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Student competition

 

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) is pleased to announce its 10th Student Tall Building Design Competition. The goal of the competition is to shed new light on the meaning and value of tall buildings in modern society. The age of the tall building as a single iconic piece of sculpture, standing in isolation from its surroundings, is coming to an end. Designers have a responsibility to ensure that these permanent urban structures engender a future-oriented urban response to the greatest challenges of our time: unprecedented population growth; mass urbanization; climate change; environmental degradation; social, political and economic change; and the rapid advance of myriad technical innovation.

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CTBUH 2021 Student Tall Building Design Competition