Business As Unusual: Imagining an Australian Dream for the 21st century - Call for entries

Business As Unusual: Imagining an Australian Dream for the 21st century - Call for entries

The Business as (Un)usual competition invites you to imagine a future Australian city that embodies a new Australian Dream for the twenty-first century.

While Australia has so far dodged the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has dramatically reshaped lifestyle, dwelling and transport preferences. These shifts (amongst others) have reignited a raft of planning issues, including regional settlement patterns, public and private open space provision, housing design, urban density, and mass transit connectivity. This refocusing is timely because the traditional suburban Australian Dream is running out of steam on many fronts and fails to acknowledge tens of thousands of years of Indigenous dreaming.

This competition asks you to weave a new dream for Australian cities and express it in a proposal for a future Australian city of 50,000 people or more located in a regional area.. Your future city proposal will consist of an overall vision and the design of a 1km2 precinct.

This student and recent graduates competition is free to enter and there is total prize money of $10,000.

This competition was submitted by an ArchDaily user. If you'd like to submit a competition, call for submissions or other architectural 'opportunity' please use our "Submit a Competition" form. The views expressed in announcements submitted by ArchDaily users do not necessarily reflect the views of ArchDaily.

Cite: "Business As Unusual: Imagining an Australian Dream for the 21st century - Call for entries" 16 Nov 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/971996/business-as-unusual-imagining-an-australian-dream-for-the-21st-century-call-for-entries> ISSN 0719-8884

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