The Hungarian Museum of Transport, one of the oldest transport museums in Europe will be rebuilt on a historically significant brownfield site in Budapest. The museum has launched an international design competition to select the best team of architects for its ambitious redevelopment program.
For the eleventh time the Bauwelt Award “First Works” will be tendered this year – from now on you can submit your first work. The Bauwelt Award (consisting of 6 awards of 5000 Euros each) applies to all categories of “First Work” – from the interior design of shops and stores to prototypal constructions, from public housing projects to the restructuring of a public space and to temporary interventions. Qualified for submission is every first work the submitter has realized on his or her own responsibility and which has been completed after September 30th, 2015.
The closing date of the digital
The onePULSE Foundation is proud to announce the first phase of the process for designing and building a memorial, museum and associated open space, which will honor the memory of those lost and affected by the tragic events of June 12, 2016 at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, as well as inspire and bring hope to all of those who visit this place of remembrance and education.
We are reaching out to all of you seeking to connect with the onePULSE Foundation with your concepts and ideas for the Memorial & Museum. At this time, we are not looking for finished
The Eurasian Prize Awards Program is a globally targeted initiative which welcomes participants from all countries.
Architects, designers, technologists, building contractors, architectural bureaus, design studios and boutiques, manufacturers and real estate companies are invited to enter the professional competition program. As a student of an industry-specific school or experienced design enthusiast, you are offered a unique opportunity to get an independent expert evaluation of your skill, knowledge and talent. In its 14th edition, the Eurasian Prize Student’s main topic is living environment.
Since its foundation in 1919 in Weimar, “Bauhaus” is not just the name of Walter Gropius' legendary school of building – it also stands for unprecedented ideas as well as for having the courage to create the future while considering present global and social issues.
The initial purpose was to create a school of building which would achieve a total work of art through its interdisciplinary ways.
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the foundation of Bauhaus, Universal Design will be hosting the architecture competition “The Small House of Universal Design Award” in 2019.
Seizing the concept of Germany's “Schrebergärten”, translating
Warming Huts + Art Installation
Three teams will be selected as winners of the WARMING HUTS COMPETITION: Arts + Architecture Competition on Ice from submissions of designs for a warming hut or art installation. Winning entries will be placed along the Red River Mutual Trail located on the Assiniboine and Red rivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A jury will select the winning designs based on their creativity in use of materials, providing shelter, poetics of assembly and form, integration with the landscape, and ease of construction.
Deadline for Submission:
The deadline for submission to the Warming Huts Competition:
Tuesday, October 2, 2018, 2:00pm CST.
Let's play with LIGHT!!!
Design a building, façade or interior. illuminate it with LUG and FLASH&DQ luminaires and win attractive prizes! (total amount: 12 000 €)
The organizer of the contest - LUG Light Factory is a leading European manufacturer of professional lighting solutions with almost 30 years of experience.
The cooperation partners are: bimobject.com, CAD PROJEKT K&A and Builder Magazine.
The competition is preformed in the following categories:
Creating lighting effects, exposing selected parts of the building, highlighting and emphasizing architectural details to create an attractive image of the illuminated object - this is architectural lighting.
In modern buildings, the external zone often penetrates
Landscape architects from Europe are invited to take part in an architect’s selection for the design of the Central Park area of Voronezh – a city of 1.000.000 inhabitants located 500 km south of Moscow. The area comprises over 100 ha of woodland north of the city centre. It has been used as a park before, but has fallen in disrepair in the 1990s.
Type of competition
Closed competition for 3 teams with a pre-qualification on the basis of portfolios.
The design task
The main task of the participants is to develop a strategy to make the park accessible and usable for
Subject to the issue of Great City projecting the situation of China’s mega cities, the block for this competition is given the motif of “Smart Vertical Community,” which seeks creative and smart ideas and solutions to high-rise buildings in terms of efficiency, flexibility, and diversity by echoing values of communication, public service, knowledge exchange, networks, and management.
The competition project is located at Jiangbei New District, Nanjing, Zhejiang Province, China, the International Healthy City Talent Apartment, which covers 22,770 square meters at a height of 100 meters, and is expected to accommodate 450 people. The competition area ranges from
AM I Included? Open Call: Innovative Ideas for the Inclusive City
Pre-Announcement: International Tender For the Architectural Design of Qianhai International Financial Exchange Center
The Overall Planning for the Development of the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone was approved by the State Council in 2010. The Planning defines Qianhai as an innovative cooperation demonstration zone for Guangdong-Hong Kong modern service industry.
The Sukkah Project: Dwell in Design is a design competition to which local and national architects, artists and builders will be invited to submit their most creative and exciting sukkah designs.Ten to twelve Finalists will be will be selected to receive a $1,800 construction stipend and will be tasked with building a life size, modern, artistic sukkah to be displayed at the Dallas Museum of Biblical Art during the weeklong festival. From among these finalists, a panel of expert judges will select the winner of a cash prize, to be announced during the feature event to be held on Sunday, September 23rd, 2018.
The selected sukkahs will be erected outside, on the grassy area on the north of the museum’s property. Entries should be designed and partially pre-assembled to allow final installation and later removal within limited available times.
The Texas Jewish Arts Association (TJAA) envisions The Sukkah Project: Dwell in Design as both an innovative design competition and an outreach opportunity for the Jewish community to connect with the greater Dallas/Fort Worth population. The overarching goal is the promotion of the importance of a safe refuge against the elements and a reminder to us of those in our cities who are homeless or under-housed; dislocated and estranged, and the need of those individuals to establish homes of their own. For this reason, TJAA has partnered with Habitat for Humanity and Jewish Family Services as beneficiaries of funds raised during the event.
CALL FOR ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS
The island: between utopia and metaphor for reality
The island summarises the double value inherent in the utopia:
- On the one hand "it generates tension towards news horizons, an aspiration that is well suited to the mentality of the utopist in conflict with his world" (Fortunati 1995a: 199-205).
- On the other hand, in its realization, closure and limitation: metaphysically, and ontologically, everything is contained in the island, a space that always refers to itself, and thus becomes an obsession.
At the base of the utopian construction there is a double movement, of opening and closing, of dilatation
"La forêt monumentale" is planned between September 2019 and September 2022. It is a sustainable Fun and Monumental Art and Architecture exhibition which is original due to the creation or the adaptation of temporary artwork specifically for this project.
Managed by Métropole Rouen Normandie in collaboration with the ONF, the call for applications covers the creation of 8 to 12 works of art located at the center of the Green Forest.
Building Trust International have just announced their 8th design competition which is in association with the United Nations Development Programme and the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone. The competition entitled 'Affordable Housing Design Challenge' challenges architects, designers and engineers to submit an innovative design proposal for new affordable housing for low income workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. These new units should be well-designed, sustainable and most importantly improve the quality of life of the intended residents and the surrounding community. More than just housing, this new project should build a future for workers and their families in Cambodia.
Sukkah x Detroit celebrates the Jewish harvest festival of Sukkot in Detroit’s Capitol Park through design, agriculture, and Jewish programming. Detroit, home to 1300 urban farms, is the only UNESCO City of Design in the United States. Sukkah x Detroit honors both.
The Beacon is a design competition for an architectural structure that can be set alight. The competition involves the design of a structure in or on which a fire can be made, the primary purpose of which is to act as the opening ceremony centerpiece torch for the Lemba Lights Festival at the Cultural Village of Lemba, Paphos, Cyprus in August 2018.
Phosphorus a design competition for a series of illuminated structures. The Phosphorus competition involves the design of a series of illuminated structures and lighting displays at the Cultural Village of Lemba, Paphos, Cyprus for the summertime Lemba Lights Festival.
In celebration of its visitors, the Fondation Louis Vuitton is organising a photography contest on the theme of its architecture, designed by Frank Gehry. The contest is open to all, amateurs and professionals alike. A jury of representatives of the Fondation, led by Frank Gehry, will come together at the end of the contest to choose from 5 to 10 photographs.
From 3 May to 5 June, with unexpected outlooks on the architecture, both indoors and outdoors, unmissable moments from the terraces, unforgettable views of the waterfall, the contest #MyFLV honours the public and its vision of the Fondation. The best
Barilla launches Barilla Pavilion International Competition, to design an architectural addition to the Barilla Headquarters in Pedrignano (Parma, Italy). The competition will aim to gather architectural proposals from both emerging designers as well as established firms to produce an architectural proposal for the design of a new multifunctional building in Pedrignano and to identify an architect or team capable of subsequently developing the project in close cooperation with Barilla.
The two-phase competition, run by Luca Molinari Studio, after a first worldwide anonymous phase, will involve a selected group of designers into a second restricted stage. An International Jury composed by well-know architects and designers along with Barilla chairman and vice-chairmen will select and declare the winning project that most successfully translates Barilla’s willingness to remove the boundaries between factories and people. The chairman Guido Barilla addresses to architects and designers a passionate request of collaboration to build the future of the Company and the Territory of Parma: “Help us to turn this dream into a reality and give visitors one more reason to come and see the Italian Food Valley”.
The Prague City Council has tasked the Prague Institute of Planning and Development with preparing an urban planning competition for an overall solution for Vítězné náměstí (Victory Square). The solution should deal with improving not only the quality of life of the local residents, but also the traffic situation.
Het Nieuwe Instituut announces an open call for three research fellows to work in residence from September 2018 to February 2019, with the title: BURN-OUT
On Monday, March 26, 2018, the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science (KFAS) has launched the international design competition for the KFAS New Headquarters in Kuwait.
KFAS is inviting architects from all around the world to submit their application to enter this competition that is organized according to international standards.
The invitation is aimed equally at experienced and young architects, large and small offices. The highest degree of creativity, innovation, inspiration, sensitivity and commitment is expected.
Headquarters and convention center, two buildings with a net utilization area of 11,000 sqm each, and a master plan covering 60 hectares
A total of USD 530,000
The subject of the competition is the architectural and design concept of the new building of the State Autonomous Cultural Institution of the Sverdlovsk Region (Russia) “The Sverdlovsk Order of the Red Banner State Academic Philharmonic” with the adjacent territory. The competition is held in order to create a unique philharmonic complex in the city of Yekaterinburg that meets the international requirements for staging world-class musical events, as well as to identify options for functional planning, urban planning and landscape-architectural solutions by comparing and evaluating the submitted competitive materials to identify the best architectural and design solution that meets the