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Royal Adelaide Hospital Open Ideas Competition

  • 00:00 - 9 July, 2013
Royal Adelaide Hospital Open Ideas Competition
Royal Adelaide Hospital Open Ideas Competition

Open to registered architects and landscape architects in Australia, and internationally, the Royal Adelaide Hospital Site International Design Competition is a two-stage process for the redesign of the current hospital site, which will be vacated in 2016. The challenge focuses on creating an iconic place within the Greater Riverbank Precinct of Adelaide. Stage One (18 July – 28 August) will see competitors anonymously submit initial design concepts while Stage Two (16 September – 8 November) is the opportunity for the shortlisted teams to further develop their Stage One submission. More information after thebreak.

The designs will be shared with the public after the close of Stage One, through a dedicated web page. Up to six competitors will then be shortlisted by an independent judging panel to participate in Stage Two. The shortlisted competitors will be paid an honorarium of AU$100,000.

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