120 HOURS Launches Student Competition: “Experimental Preservation”

This year's 120 HOURS student architecture competition is set to run from February 9th through the 14th. The international competition is open to any current Architecture student, anywhere in the world. There is no fee to enter, and you (and your team of up to three) can do so by visiting the 120 HOURS website.

As the name suggests, the competition is strictly 120 hours long. Participants work in teams to come up with designs for a project, this year regarding “experimental preservation.” Winners are chosen by a distinguished jury of architects and lecturers, and the top prize is 30,000 NOK.

120 HOURS is a Norwegian competition set up by students of the Oslo School of Architecture and Design in 2010. The competition was originally created to provide an arena where Norwegian students could introduce themselves to the industry, but has quickly grown to become an international event, entered by some of the world´s most innovative, dedicated and accomplished young architecture students.

Learn how to participate, here.

Press release via 120 HOURS

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Cite: Karissa Rosenfield. "120 HOURS Launches Student Competition: “Experimental Preservation”" 28 Jan 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/592482/120-hours-launches-student-competition-experimental-preservation> ISSN 0719-8884

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