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Submission: October 16, 2022
Registration: October 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

The most amazing Architecture Thesis of 2022!

Academic Design endeavours 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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Submission: September 05, 2022
Registration: September 05, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Submit one render or visual to be published on our website and printed in our competition booklet. The image must be of a piece of architecture or an architectural space in any form and in any setting. The image can be created using any digital software and be in any digital style.

This is an opportunity to show your digital skills to our global platform where it will be seen by thousands of architects, designers and students world wide.

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Submission: September 05, 2022
Registration: September 05, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

Submit one drawing or illustration to be published on our website and printed in our competition booklet.

The image must be of a piece of architecture in any form and in any setting. This is an opportunity to show your drawing skills to our global platform where it will be seen by thousands of architects, designers and students world wide.

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Submission: September 05, 2022
Registration: September 05, 2022
Language: English
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

ARCHITECTURE PHOTOGRAPHY AWARD

 

Submit one photograph to be published on our website and printed in our competition booklet. The photograph must feature a piece of architecture in any form and in any setting.

This is an opportunity to show your photography skills to our global platform where it will be seen by thousands of architects, designers and students world wide.

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Submission: July 4 2022
Registration: July 4, 2022
Language: English
Location: International
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

How can humans occupy spaces that inspire harmony with the natural environment ? What can we, as designers, do to accomplish this and create architecture that avoids destruction of the natural world while also benefitting our environmental impact ?

We now live in a world where architecture takes valuable resources and causes destruction of the natural environment. We are looking for a design scheme that builds a connection between humans and nature and gives back to our natural surroundings, rather than only taking from them.

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BIRDWATCH

Submission: May 31, 2022
Registration: May 31, 2022
Language: English /Russian / Polish
Location: Worldwide
Prize pool : 78 000 euro
Type: Open

 

Theme: #life #culture #human
At TDA, we make sure that the rules of the competition are transparent, the jury criteria are objective and the benefits offered to the winners are valuable. Our goal is to build a community that follows the challenges imposed by modern world and at the same time is able to meet global challenges.

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tubądzin_design_award

Submission: June 15, 2022
Registration: May 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

After an overwhelming response to the first edition, the Charette is thrilled to announce the second edition of ‘15-Minute City’. Participants are required to design a module for a 15-minute city that can be replicated to create a larger city. You can design a fictional city or re-design a small part of an existing city anywhere in the world. Remember, you don’t need to design an entire city – just a module that can be replicated to create a larger city. As a city planner/designer, you are also free to recommend rules and policies to help make the lives of your city’s occupants better.

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15 minutes city

Submission: April 4, 2022
Registration: April 4, 2022
Language: English, Catalan, Spanish
Location: El Pantà de Sau, Barcelona, Spain
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

We are asking for applicants to design a piece of vernacular architecture that will be environmentally conscious with a minimal carbon footprint. It should set an example for how architecture can work with the surrounding landscape and benefit areas such as this protected natural park. This can be any type of structure, i.e. a tent, tree house, shed, floating platform, cave, etc. and made from any local materials; i.e. timber, sand, stone, compacted earth, reeds, etc.

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El Pantà de Sau Mini Challenge

Submission: July 1, 2022
Registration: July 1, 2022
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

How can design be used to challenge the status quo, to interrupt the jargon, to disrupt and redirect ecological and socio-economic flows? LA+ Journal’s fourth international design ideas competition invites you to take an established place and design your own beneficial interruption within it. You can site your interruption anywhere and, if necessary, remove anything to make way for it. It can be an artwork, a garden, a building, a space, a thing, a barrier, an ambience, an opening, a catalyst, a performance, a program, an institution, an intervention, a folly… It can be any scale and it can be anywhere.

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la interuption

Submission: February 15, 2022
Registration: February 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Open
Prizes: 1,00,000 BDT
Type: Open Idea Competition

 

In this competition, participants have to design a space on the street where people view their spatial and social environments as a playground of knowledge, a place to see, touch, feel, taste, listen to, socialize with and learn from. A place where they see the world very differently and attach and take different meanings and experiences from and to people, to forms, places, spaces, and things, most importantly the intangible relationship between people and the street. The scale of intervention, programs, and site is up to participants. While designing, participants have to keep in mind that Architecture is the discourse of events as much as the discourse of spaces.

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street museum