With 1,715 entries submitted, the Guggenheim Helsinki Competition has become the most popular architectural competition in history. Only six proposals have made it through to the final round, however we believe there is something to be learned from the hundreds of proposals that didn't make the cut. Therefore, if you participated in the Guggenheim Helsinki Competition and would like ArchDaily’s team of architects and editors to review your proposal for publication, we ask you to submit your proposal here (under "Submit an event, competition, award, news") by Wednesday, December 10. All proposals submitted after this deadline will not be considered. Take a look after the break for the required format for submitting project materials.
Please upload your project materials in the following format to Dropbox or Google Drive and include a link in the contact form (under "Submit an event, competition, award, news"):
- Images in JPG, 2880px wide
- Drawings in either JPG, EPS or PDF
- Project description with data sheet (credits, year, collaborators, area, photo credits, etc) in Word (original language and English)
- Diagrams, video or anything else that helps understand the project in a better way (optional)
Please follow the guidelines! Any submissions that do not conform will not be considered.