After a first edition that had over 100 participants and ended with an exhibition at Maison de l’Architecture du Québec, Morph.o.polis is once again accepting applications to celebrate Montreal’s 375th anniversary with a co-creation experience to reinvent the city.
2017 Theme: Transit Montreal
This year’s theme challenges contestants to explore the ideas of mass transit, intelligent transit, transit’s integration to the urban fabric, and their urban interfaces, and to rethink transitional points in the city (air transport, the river, urban, underground etc.)
A multidisciplinary and collaborative event
The contest is open to all citizens, students and planning professionals. While all may apply, multidisciplinary teams are strongly advised. In collaboration with the School of Architecture from the University of Montréal, the contest will also hold guest lectures pertaining to its Transit Montreal theme, and will conclude with a prize announcement during an event at the Maison de l’Architecture du Québec on Wednesday April 5th.
An expert panel in planning innovation
For this round of submissions, Morph.o.polis is honored to have an exceptional, multidisciplinary panel to evaluate all submitted projects. This blue-ribbon panel overseeing all submissions is composed of distinguished architecture luminaries within Montreal.
Morph.o.polis was founded in 2015 by two architecture graduate students from the University of Montréal: Veronique Lemay and Isabelle A. Jolicoeur. The organization is supported and sponsored by distinguished architecture offices, and sustainable development organizations within Montreal.
TitleCall For Ideas: Morph.o.polis
TypeCompetition Announcement (Ideas)
Registration Deadline17/03/2017 20:27
Submission Deadline22/03/2017 20:27