The AIA Flint 2022 Design Competition focuses on the existing City of Flint Municipal Center Campus located in the heart of Downtown Flint on Saginaw Street between Fifth Street and the I-69 & I-475 interchange. The 23-acre campus is split between seven government office buildings on the North side of Stevens Street, with a gas station, pawn shop, and vacant office building on the South side of the street.
Since 2020, the Arc. Eddy Eguavoen Foundation has held two competitions that aim to bring architects, architecture students and architectural designers together to design solutions for the Lagos context.
Get your designing hats on because we’re back with Design X Social 2022!! Design X Social is a global innovation challenge, where we invite the international design community to get together to tackle pressing social issues. This challenge is open and free for all to enter, and registrations are now open!
Early Registration: $75 from 01/May/2021 - 30/June/2021
Standard Registration: $90 from 01/July/2021 - 31/August/2021
Late Registration: $100 from 01/September/2021 - End of registration
The intention of the Kurula Varkey Design Forum has been to curate discussions centered around the thoughts of students and young graduates. It has constantly tried to bring the agency which students hold, to forefront; to provide a platform for students to display their opinions to the profession they’ll be entering soon. Writing becomes a tool to examine one’s own thoughts; at the same time it provides an important platform to express one’s voice to a larger community. Eager to provide a podium for contemplation and expression in the field of architecture, we’re pleased to announce ‘KVDF Writing Competition 2022’, for students of architecture, planning, design, and other associated fields to put down their ideas and opinions through persuasive, inspiring, and influential writing.
One axonometric, one urban block, cero physical laws!
As spatial practitioners, we are often presented with uncomfortable relationships, forcing us to choose sides and make decisions. We are constantly challenged to rethink how we embrace the dynamics between architecture, and external forces.
It may not be your first instinct when entering a building to consider how it makes you feel, but architecture has always had a big impact on emotions. Different spaces are designed to make its inhabitants feel different things; offices can make you feel energised and productive, art galleries can make you feel thoughtful and curious, and museums can make you feel calm and intrigued. Each of these spaces are completely different from each other and are far more than just a building.
Housing construction from 4 to 1 planet is initiated by the philanthropic association Realdania and the non-profit foundation VILLUM FOUNDATION; both dedicated to how the built environment can enable quality of life and sustainability.
30 Crossing is the largest and most expensive project that the Arkansas Department of Transportation has ever undertaken. It affects many communities but has an enormous impact on the urban fabric of downtown Little Rock. This competition is intended to bring focus on how the interstate highway interacts with the city and provide visionary ideas which can influence, or affect, the future design of how our city responds to the highway.
Announcement for the 40th [Seoul Architecture Award]
We invite design professionals and practitioners, university students, youth / rangatahi and the general public to participate in envisioning how to develop innovative nature-based urban design solutions, driven by Indigenous knowledge that support climate change adaptation and individual and community wellbeing. If you could imagine a happier and healthier way of living that supports the resilience of community and our ecologies, what would that look like and how does that work?
Volume Zero Architecture Competitions invites each one of you to participate in our 18th edition of architecture competitions, THE EXTREME HABITAT 2022 ARCHITECTURE COMPETITION. The competition invites both students and individuals across various professional streams who believe in the mission of creating a self-sustainable off-the-grid dwelling amongst nature. We encourage you to come up with a ground breaking proposal and create your mark in the field of architecture.
Tamayouz Excellence Award invites architects and designers to submit their ideas for a Rehabilitation Centre for Terrorism Victims in Iraq. The rehabilitation centre should offer a safe and comfortable space for the patients, supporting their health, psychological and physical needs.
The idea of the contest is to work on objects that create tension in spaces, generating future projections that bring new visions and strategies to implement a place through an open and dynamic process. The object in question is a “catalyst”, that intervenes with its strength in an urban space and changes it. In this scenario in which the city is protagonist, what generate interaction? The reflection focuses on Architecture, its function, transience and the relationship with the outside. It may disappear one day, but the void left around it is only apparent since what it creates remains over time. An object symbol that somehow establishes a new spatial, social and cultural dimension. Questioning the urban space means meditating around the “emptiness” of the city, understood as a “place” of social events, forms, meanings, in which its own identity is reflected. Spaces live through change.
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.
TerraViva Competitions launches SILOS BUENOS AIRES, a new architecture competition that aims to rehabilitate the abandoned Silos from Puerto Madero in a creative and unconventional way. Prizes up to 6.000 € will be awarded to the winners selected by an international jury panel composed by, among others, Giancarlo Mazzanti (El Equipo Mazzanti), He Jianxiang (O-Office Architects), Ilse Cárdenas (Palma), Juan Lucas Young (Sauerbruch Hutton);
Participate in Copenhagen Architecture Festival’s global short film competition focusing on the UN's 'Leave No One Behind' agenda (LNOB).
“HOME” is a space that is intimate to all living beings on the planet. It has a broader, deeper and personal connection with its user apart from being a physical shelter for humans and their daily lives, a home forms a distinct, intimate connection with its users. The ultimate goal for a home is to ignite “the idea of belonging” within its sphere and amongst all those sharing the space.
After an overwhelming response to the first edition, theCharette is thrilled to announce the second edition of ‘15-Minute City’.
On September 29 and 30, 1941, more than 33,000 Jewish men, women, and children were murdered in Babyn Yar, a ravine in the Ukrainian capital Kiev. This event constituted one of the largest single massacres perpetrated by German troops against Jews during World War II. Over the following two years, Germans killed upwards of 70,000 more people. Upon evacuating the city in 1943, the bodies were exhumed and burned. Babyn Yar is the international symbol of what is known today as the “Holocaust by Bullets.”