With Enscape version 3.1 and above, users can access over 200 pre-made materials through the new Material Library.
Call For Submissions
In partnership with Make Architects and Sir John Soane’s Museum, World Architecture Festival (WAF) has announced the call for entries for the fifth edition of The Architecture Drawing Prize. Launched in 2017, the Prize was established to celebrate and showcase the art and skill of architectural drawing.
The Lisbon Triennale seeks proposals for self-financed projects that relate to the main programme of its 6th edition for the Autumn of 2022, and bear an independent and diversified character, essential for the living cultural mechanisms in the city and attentive to the liveliness of the debate around architecture.
This summer, around 100 architecture students and young professionals from Europe (and beyond) will come to Slavutych, Northern Ukraine, to participate in SESAM 2021 - Poliklinika. After postponing the event for a year due to the global pandemic, and putting in place a series of Covid-compliant measures to ensure the safety of everyone involved, the event will take place over three separate cycles with a reduced number of participants.
The dates for the new cycles are:
2-10 August 2021 / 12-20 August 2021 / 22-30 August 2021.
The Kurula Varkey Design Forum is an international student led forum organised at CEPT University, India. Since its inception in 2000, the forum has strived to critically question the discipline of architecture and its manifestations at the given time through student projects as take-off points. We invite undergraduate student projects from over 100 architecture schools across South Asia, of which a few are selected as generators of the discourse. Over the years, KVDF has had panelists like B.V. Doshi, Juhani Pallasmaa, Suhasini Ayer, Tatiana Bilbao, Gautam Bhan, Kevin Low, Jeremy Till, and more.
Call now open!
Are you interested in innovative and creative practices for the co-design of inclusive, cohesive and sustainable public spaces, through the use of games and digital technologies?
In anticipation of the 2021 Conscious Cities Festival this October, we are delighted to announce an open call for submissions for the yearly Conscious Cities Anthology showcasing the diverse and impactful thinking by Conscious Cities practitioners. We are soliciting submissions from festival participants, industry professionals, the general public, and anyone who feels their pieces fit the details below. See past anthologies in our open-access library.
“The Urban Rhetoric” is a bi-annual initiative by Innovature Research and Design Studio [IRDS] to create a platform for discussion and act as a catalyst in recreating the future of urbanism and urban development in India. We aim to do so with the help of an academic magazine with essays that inspire the agenda for future urbanism.
Every design –big or small– begins as an idea. At IE School of Architecture and Design, we’re on the lookout for yours. We want to celebrate those flickers of creative light that shine the brightest.
Autodesk Revit is one of the most popular building information modeling (BIM) solutions today. In the workshop, join Ayman M. as he delves into the basics of BIM and Revit. This workshop is the perfect place for beginners to start learning BIM and Revit.
Architerrax has initiated an online fellowship programme for architecture and design students and we would like to invite you to be a part of this community.
Our fellowship programme is a collaborative initiative which aims to unite, educate and strengthen the students of the architecture/design community.
In this programme you will have opportunity to learn, connect and interact with other like-minded fellows around the world. Through this program, you will gain valuable work experience that will make you stand out amongst your peers.
The German Design Awards are celebrating their tenth anniversary this year. The awards are going to mark this occasion by looking at the role of design and at the decade’s highlights.
The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) has issued a call for nominations for Landslide, the foundation’s annual thematic report about threatened and at-risk landscapes. "Landslide 2021: Race and Space" will focus on long neglected and largely unknown cultural landscapes associated with African Americans and others. The report will be accompanied by a complementary online exhibition will include newly commissioned photographs and historical images, site plans, other archival materials and video interviews. The deadline for nominations is June 15, 2020. Questions or Landslide nominations can be submitted to Nord Wennerstrom (firstname.lastname@example.org). >Download the Nomination Form (https://bit.ly/3e4ihtg). Landscape Architecture Magazine is the Landslide media partner.
Would you like to participate in the latest project by renowned photographer, Aldo Amoretti?
Places tell a lot about us, about our experiences. Share it with Aldo Amoretti, so you can tell a story together. If there is a piece of architecture that has particularly moved you, a place with a particular history or a landscape that deserves to be told, don't doubt to submit it to @aldoamoretti.
IAAC is pleased to announce the Public Play Space Symposium that will be held over two days on the 14 and 15 July 2021. The Symposium is organized in the framework of the Public Play Space (PPS) project, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
Should architectural criticism be enlightening? Should it help in the creation of a better built environment? Is there a factual basis to it? Does it have a duty to present evidence in the evaluation of a building? Or should it take on what architects say about their designs?
ArchDaily is looking for a proactive and curious architecture enthusiast to join our team of interns in 2021. As a Projects Intern, you will be part of the team in charge of curating and coordinating all projects publications on ArchDaily. The team searches for worldwide projects to add to a database, based on its contribution to the development of architecture and/or its usefulness to the profession. The Projects Team maintains a global network of contacts, generating strong communication with architects in order to create, maintain, and grow a global architectural community.
Digital media artists, Dyson & Womack are accepting submissions for the Public Art CA digital media call for entries. Public Art CA is a contemporary art collection commissioned for the California Natural Resources Agency (CNRA) and the California Health and Human Services (CHHS) new buildings in downtown Sacramento.
Call for abstracts | Projections ,"Measuring the City: The Power of Urban Metrics" | The Peer-reviewed Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Projections, the biennial peer-reviewed Journal of the MIT Department of Urban Studies and Planning, is now accepting abstracts for Projections 16, "Measuring the City: The Power of Urban Metrics", to be published Fall 2022. Projections 16's doctoral editors are MIT PhD candidates Chaewon Ahn, Carmelo Ignaccolo and Arianna Salazar Miranda.
The TRANSFER Architecture Video Award is an independent award, launched in 2019, to recognise the most creative and innovative short films in the field of architecture, city or landscape worldwide.
The 2019 edition of the Award attracted the participation of over 300 videos from more than 50 countries.
Video is becoming increasingly instrumental in analysing architecture and the human environment, and is directly related to the digital networks that underpin contemporary communication.
With the TRANSFER Architecture Video Award, we aim to highlight the contributions that best represent new means of knowledge and analysis of architecture using video as a support.
MAB20 CALL FOR LATE-BREAKING WORK
Even if you don’t know what media architecture exactly is, you have probably seen it many times. You may even have interacted with it, which is often the purpose of media architecture. That interaction can range from commonplace activities such as checking the departure sign at a train station, to being immersed in art installations that mix digital technology with layered information. With this omnipresence it is now time to develop a critical outlook on this emerging discipline that is influencing our daily lives, says Martijn de Waal, co-curator of the upcoming Media Architecture Biennale (MAB20) that will take place as an online event from June 28th – July 2nd, 2021.