Griffintown Interrupted is an international ideas competition which invites speculation on the value of the temporary, the urban promise of postindustrial lands, and the possibility of dynamic, incremental architectures.
Submit a proposal for a temporary, flexible and disassemblable structures on one of five sites across Griffintown, an evolving district in Montréal, Canada. Finalist proposals will be featured in a digital exhibition and digital publication exploring the potential of indeterminacy in urban transformation.
Deadline is November 10 at 11:59 pm. Visit the competition’s official website for more information.