From the beginning of time human as a species dream, dream about better safety, better food and best roof over their head. These dreams which transferred to reality by some enthusiasts in humans from time to time, make us different, make us what we are now. 


But the challenges at the beginning of time were safety from wild animals is gone but there come new challenges every day.
We as humans are constantly facing new challenges of upcoming future like human rights violations, issues of race, gender and religion, displacement and immigration from war torn countries, Rising level of Global Warming, Deforestation.

What is your dream for this world?
What do you want to see in this world at the end of the century?
What is the most tipping challenge you want to solve?
What is Utopia for you?

Have you asked these questions in your architecture college or architecture practice, have you ever dreamed a world free of the challenges a utopia?

We at Archue want to understand how you as an architect and architecture student Dream the future of our generations.


The programme is you have to create a Dream Story with not more than 4 Images used with a text narrative in the most spectacular way possible.
You can pick any challenge which is existing in the world or you can hypothetically create any challenge. And you must provide the Solution for the Same Challenge by leveraging Architecture and Design in your Proposal.
*Participants can select any site which will be best suited for their Design or Proposal.
*It can be a hypothetical site accordingly with the Problem and challenge which was selected by the team.


Gonzalo Lopez and Diana Cristobal are founders and partners at knit-knot architecture, an international award-winning architecture collective founded in 2013. Gonzalo is also a Faculty member at Pratt Institute in New York and is currently pursuing a PhD in Urban Planning and Design from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM). Diana is an Adjunct Professor at Barnard College in New York and a PhD candidate in Architecture at Princeton University".

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Cite: "THE DREAM OF CENTURY" 14 Jan 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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