Street of Tomorrow

Our world is changing fast, while ambitions and challenges match in importance. In this context, design can play a huge role. How do we imagine the world to be? What range of possibilities we haven’t discovered yet? What’s a Non Architecture for a World in crisis? In 2020 we started the second phase of competitions to address the issues of tomorrow.

In line with our style we propose 9+1 themes – ten critical topics to work on, but this time they come with a framework to make sure that each theme is explored from different design angles. Rather than a program, a research ecosystem composed of various competitions running in parallel and exploring the same theme from different perspectives.

Our exploration journey will continue with theme four: NEXT MOVE.

In this competition, we encourage participants to reimagine the urban space by designing the street of tomorrow – Only 2 drawings, absolute freedom of scale, site or program. Participants are asked to propose conceptual ideas of a street that accommodates a new era of mobility and urban design.

With a new perspective on mobility it must come a new set of design principles for street management, street design, and mobility creation. This competitions’ purpose is to carry streets forward by imagining a new paradigm on urban mobility that reconnects people and reimagines the urban space.

Street of Tomorrow is part of the “Cities of Tomorrow” competition series, developed to reimagine urban life through a variety of creative design concepts and ideas. What kind of role can we play as designers in reimagining urban life? How can we produce new inspiring visions to trigger a discussion around alternative models of living?

Street of Tomorrow aims to answer those questions with a particular focus on mobility in urban areas.

Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually. The registration fee is paid per team, regardless of how many members form it. Personal information of all the team members can be uploaded during the submission procedure of the final drawing.

- Gain experience and recognition, request a participation certificate, and post it on your Linkedin or CV!
- Design a new puzzle piece to be added to your Portfolio or Behance page, keep developing your assets!
- Give space to your creativity by solving a given challenge, it is satisfying!
- Get to know better your team or your own design-thinking skills, it is fun!

The jury members are the following:
/ Rocio Calzado Lopez – Architect & Urbanist, Urban Mobility at ACLAA, Associated Expert at Cities Forum
/ Marcial Jesus – Founding Partner / CEO of 100 architectes
/ Natalia Krysiak – Associate at Hayball
/ Bas Driessen – Adviseur Duurzaamheid at Gemeente Eindhoven

/ 23 – 31 January 2022 -Special registration period.
/ 01 – 28 February – Early registration period.
/ 01 – 15 March – Regular registration period.
/ 16 – 31 March – Late registration period.
/ 16 March – Submission opens on our website.
/ 31 March – 23.59 PM – Submission closes.
/ 18 – 22 April – Winner announcement.
The timing always refers to Central European Time (CET)

/ 1.000 euros.
/ Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions books and website.
/ Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.

/ Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.
/ Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.

+ EDITORIAL PICK (Maximum 6 Prizes)
/ Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.

+ FINALISTS (Up to 36 Prizes)
/ Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions Journal.

/ The organization might establish additional special prizes and awards during the competition development and in the evaluation phase.

Download the information related to this competition here.

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Cite: "Street of Tomorrow" 25 Jan 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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