AD Round Up: Awarded Competitions Part II

AD Round Up: Awarded Competitions Part II

We are always looking forward to see the results of an awarded competition. As we feature a lot of them, we might as well do a second part of our awarded competitions Round Up. Check out the first one here!

World Trade Center Iguala Competition b720 architects won the competition for the World Trade Center at Igualada, Spain. The complex will articulate the existing industrial city with the residential zone, completing a new zone of infrastructure for this developing city. The complex consist of 4 buildings with a total area of 53.000 sqm, including 530 underground parking (read more…)

Sustainable Design Competition FARO architecten bv just shared with us their latest project, the winning entry for a sustainable residential tower design competition. The city of Almere organized a design competition for urban villas and a residential tower for the Cascade park. These designs needed to fit within the ambition to develop the Cascade park (read more…)

Taipei Performing Arts Centre Competition After a two-phase international competition (with offices such as Morphosis, Abalos+Sentkiewicz, MVRDV and Zaha Hadid), OMA has been awarded the first prize in the design competition to build the new Taipei Performing Arts Centre. The project, led by Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren, is based on 3 theaters (read more…)

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P.S.1 Competition We just got the news that MOS Architects won the competition to build a temporary installation at MoMA´s P.S.1 during this summer. For this competition the P.S.1 invites each year a group of emerging architects to experiment with new shapes and materials, as Work AC did last year with their PF1 project (read more…)

Live the Box Competition The partnership of AIA Newark and Suburban and the Young Architects Forum invited international designers to find innovative, visionary and compelling proposals for container constructed multi-family mixed-use project. The idea was to reuse the thousand of unwanted shipping containers clogging ports (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Awarded Competitions Part II" 29 Sep 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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