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The future of Competitions - Tell Them What They Need

The future of Competitions - Tell Them What They Need

This competition attempts to instigate change by challenging the established in a critical but constructive manner. Join us by contributing the questions not yet asked! There are no fixed requirements regarding submitted material. Entries could be in the form of a text, manifesto, collage, illustration, SMS, image, fax, diagram, installation, paper architecture, runners up, brief, historical material, etc. The essential idea is to explore the potential of the architectural competition – it is up to you how to communicate it. Please address the principle question of how to return to a condition where competitions generate ideas rather than simply deliver solutions. The format and material should be in relation to the concept of your submission. We challenge experienced architects to take part and share their perspective on the matter.

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Sebastian Jordana

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "The future of Competitions - Tell Them What They Need" 02 Jul 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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