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Submission: April 30, 2022
Registration: April 30, 2022
Language: English or Italian
Location: Global
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

LAND AWARD is an International Landscape Award with the aim to reward excellence in this field and recognize the value of significant international projects which give a major contribution in the dialogue between nature and artifice, growing a widespread awareness on the transformation of cities, territories and places of living overall. The aim is to reward the projects that have generated a positive contribution in people’s quality of life and in the integration between art, architecture and landscape.

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LAND 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: July 14, 2022
Registration: July 14, 2022
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Student, Free competition

 

7th Annual Inspireli awards is here and the registration is open! INSPIRELI AWARDS is the world’s largest global student contest, with participants from 142 countries and 630+ architects in the jury. The aim of the competition is to support young talents in architecture free of charge, regardless of their social, economic or ethnic conditions.

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7th inspireli award

Submission: March 31, 2022
Registration: March 31, 2022
Language: English
Location: Worldwide
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

 

In this competition, we encourage participants to reimagine the urban space by designing the street of tomorrow – Only 2 drawings, absolute freedom of scale, site or program. Participants are asked to propose conceptual ideas of a street that accommodates a new era of mobility and urban design.

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street of tomorrow

Submission: January 25, 2022
Registration: January 25, 2022
Language: English
Location: Birchington, United Kingdom
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open

 

The aim here is to create a public space that is used by a variety of people in the city for different public activities. The challenge is to create a hub through a combination of major public activities including theatre, lecture rooms, exhibition spaces; which are mainly focused on public engagement.

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room for all

Submission: January 20, 2022
Registration: January 20, 2022
Language: English
Location: Romania and Poland
Prizes: 11,000 Euro + Publication
Type: Open

 

2031 Now_our cities in 10 years is an international idea competition that relies on the fact that spaces continue to be shared in an accelerated progress. How shared spaces and places dedicated to work reconnect in these circumstances is a fertile design matter and a deep responsibility for us all. Visions and anticipation are the way we model our future. The new working spaces, in spite of social distancing and adaptive uses, demand visionary scenarios such to respond best to new conditions.

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2031 now

Submission: January 15, 2022
Submission: January 15, 2022
Language: English
Location: Atlantic Beach, NC USA
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: For professionals

 

Atlantic Beach Boardwalk Design Competition is a contest to design new boardwalk, pavilion, bathhouse and surrounding areas on the coast of North Carolina. Since the 1920’s the Boardwalk and the surrounding neighborhood have been the social and entertainment center of Atlantic Beach, North Carolina. After a period of decline, the surrounding neighborhood is coming back strong, and the Town of Atlantic Beach will be upgrading the existing public spaces into a world-class design over the next 12 to 24 months. The finished project should contain a resilient boardwalk system, a multi-use pavilion, ADA compliant beach accesses, public art, shade structures, and restrooms. Food, beverage, and amusement options may be included as well. This is not a hypothetical project; it will get built.

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boardwalk design competition

Submission: January 25, 2022
Registration: January 25, 2022
Language: English
Location: Shenzhen and Amsterdam
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Free Competition

 

Co-organised by the Urban Planning & Design Institute of Shenzhen (UPDIS), the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC), the international agency ARQ and curated by Non Architecture, this competition, titled “Community 2050”, aims to gather reflections and design inputs for a more sustainable and equitable progress of cities.

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community 2

Submission: January 4, 2022
Registration: January 3, 2022
Language: English
Location: San Francisco
Prizes: $24000
Type: Open Competition

 

The design challenge is to create a resilient urban centre in a coastal region. The pavilion designed must be capable of withstanding harsh conditions in the event of a disaster. The aim of the design is to explore a new way of incorporating disaster-proof designing into city planning. The way the construction will behave in the event of a calamity must be anticipated. The design must be a transient and resilient, quality parcel of the public domain.

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canopy

Submission: November 23, 2021
Registration: November 22, 2021
Language: English
Location: Weimar, Germany
Prizes: 24000$
Type: Open, Urban Design

 

The design challenge looks at manifesting Bauhaus design principles on a bus stop. Bauhaus is an architectural movement that stands out in its characteristics, making art and functionality go hand in hand, elegantly. Standing out, with its sleek yet bold structural elements, this form of design, intended to fuse the two very important elements of design, the soul of art into the practical design of a building.How has Bauhaus manifested in the 21st century?

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baus stop