The third edition of the LIV Hospitality Design Awards is now open, accepting entries until the 31st of January 2023, into its two major categories: Architectural Design and Interior Design. The program is open to architects and interior designers around the world who have created incredible projects in Hospitality. The LIV Awards program is an inclusive platform, pursuing exceptional projects within the living and eating spaces, from coliving, boutique hotels to beach resorts, from fine dining restaurants and lounges to pop-up bars.
studio-based intensive design workshops
Our eight-week intensive workshops feature unique design briefs and software workflows at the forefront of the spatial design industry. Regardless of your current skill levels, we welcome applicants from aspiring architects, game designers to any beginners to embark on design experiments; to explore conceptual ideas and to develop innovative research methodologies.
Designregio Kortrijk is looking for 3 highly motivated and recently graduated designer-makers or creative artists to join in a regional residency program in Kortrijk, Belgium.
The Living Summer School (LSS) is a yearly week-long educational program promoting social and territorial innovation in and around the city of Kortrijk, Flanders.
After the Damages International Academy is announcing an international call: an initiative aimed at disseminating projects, strategies and achievements in the field of architecture, engineering, public management and application in the field, which were able to interpret the complex topic of emergency, prevention, management and risk mitigation.
The award will be held annually. This edition consists of 3 categories:
- completed and uncompleted projects and architectural works, which have improved their locations, promoting the areas and local communities (at territorial, urban and architectural scale);
- solutions for new tools and technologies for dissemination of knowledge and risk management, in the preventive and monitoring phase;
- research at universities or start-ups that have innovative value for prevention, during the emergency and after the event.
EXTENDED SUBSCRIPTIONS OF THE TWELFTH EDITION OF DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR COMMISSIONING A BUILDING
ANNOUNCING THE TWELFTH EDITION OF DEDALO MINOSSE INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR COMMISSIONING A BUILDING
The Postgraduate in 3D Printing Architecture is a 6 month full-time course aimed at architects, engineers, designers, material engineers, mechanical engineers and construction professionals willing to specialise in this new technology, and willing to explore how it will shape the way we think, design and build a more sustainable habitat.
mOOO offers workshop scholarships to proactive individuals who seek to explore the architecture boundaries with a relentless curiosity in the fields of Digital Design, and Narrative-driven Design and Research. *Up to half scholarships will be awarded to successful applicants by workshop tutors.
Our Emerging Leaders Program is designed to educate and support young scholars and professionals working in the emerging field of Urban Artificial Intelligence. This program also aims to bring together a multidisciplinary group of participants and foster collaborations between different fields to propose a new approach to urban technologies.
If you haven't done it already, this is the last call to submit your work in the 2022 A' Design Award Competition. The deadline for submission is on February 28th and the results will be announced to the public on May 1st. The international A' Design Awards give designers an opportunity to showcase their work to a global audience, whether you're a designer, architect, or innovator from any other design field. Among other design competitions and awards, the A' Design Award stands out for its exceptional scale with over 100 design categories.
With more than 100 categories, the A' Design Award and Competition is the most important design competition in the world. It rewards the best designs, design concepts, products, and services, whether at the concept stage, prototype, or as finished products. By highlighting and promoting good design, the A' Design Award not only gives tremendous visibility to winning projects but at the same time supports global design culture, creating incentives for entrants to submit superior designs for a better future.
The deadline for submission is February 28, 2022 and the results will be announced to the public on May 1. Register, nominate, or submit your design here, and find more information below.
IE School of Architecture and Design is pleased to announce its first edition of the Outstanding Architecture and Design Final Degree Project Awards.
We are looking for top emerging talent from around the world to join our next intake of the Master in Business for Architecture and Design or our Master in Strategic Interior Design.
The UIA, in partnership with UN-Habitat, has launched the UIA 2030Award to promote the work of architects contributing to delivery of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development together with the New Urban Agenda.
Every second year, the VELUX Group invites students of architecture to participate in the International VELUX Award competition on the theme “Light of Tomorrow". Since its launch in 2004, more than 10,000 students from more than 800 schools from all regions of the world have participated in the competition.
The competition invites students to explore the role of daylight in architecture. The aim is to encourage and challenge students of architecture, and to create a deeper understanding of daylight as an ever-relevant source of energy, light and life.
For the celebratory 10th edition in 2022, the students will develop their projects in one of the two categories: ‘Daylight in buildings’ or ‘Daylight investigations’.
A New Legacy of Design,
Inspired by AlUla
mOOO offers workshop scholarships to proactive individuals who seek to explore the architecture boundaries with a relentless curiosity in the fields of Digital Design and Research and Narrative-driven Design and Research. *Up to half scholarships will be awarded to successful applicants by workshop tutors.
Today’s rapidly changing world calls for entrepreneurs who question the status quo and are able to leverage people, resources, and processes to produce dynamic solutions. As spatial design activities and the global construction industry experience unprecedented transformation, there are endless opportunities for those with the courage to stand up and take them.
The Art Omi: Architecture residency program is first of its kind in the nation, inviting 10 early- to mid-career architects from around the world to develop their work during a full two-week residency on Art Omi's campus. Architecture Residents are selected on the basis of their individual proposed project and portfolio. Completed projects are presented in an informal critique setting at the end of the residency period, with visitors invited to see the proceedings.
The Wood Design & Building Awards program recognizes design teams that are passionate about celebrating wood as a safe, strong, and sophisticated building material. Projects submitted to the Wood Design & Building Awards program are accepted from Canada, US, and internationally, adding value to the diversity of wood building application examples.
The BERKELEY PRIZE encourages undergraduate architecture students to expand their academic education by going into their communities and investigating how the built environment best serves and best reflects the everyday lives of those for whom we design.
Seeking to deliver high visibility and recognition to the world's best designers, architects, and design-oriented companies, A' Design Award & Competition is the world's largest annual juried design competition. The A’ Design Awards are organized and awarded internationally in over 100 categories, ranging from industrial design to architecture. Each year, the winning projects receive public relations, advertising, and marketing services to celebrate their success, at no additional cost to them.
Early registration for the A’ Design Award & Competition for the period 2021-2022 is now open and you can register here. To encourage you to participate and recognize the awarded works in the 2020-2021 version, we present a selection of winners from the category Lighting Products and Projects Design.
The Terraforming is a three-year (2020–2022) design-research initiative of the Strelka Institute, directed by Benjamin H. Bratton and Nicolay Boyadjiev. The program runs as an interdisciplinary design think-tank and will host contributions from multiple faculty and experts including Lydia Kallipoliti, Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga, Tobias Rees, Valerie Olson, Christina Agapakis, Ken Goldberg, Venkatesh Rao, Fred Scharmen, David Delgado and many others.
The third and final cycle of The Terraforming program invites a group of 30 interdisciplinary researchers to join the initiative for 5 months from February - June 2022.*
The premise of the design research program is that a viable future depends on comprehensive terraforming, not of Mars to make it suitable for Earth-like life, but of Earth itself — ecologically, geopolitically, geotechnologically.
The research of the first two years has reoriented foundational debates on how to conceive and model that viability, based on speculative analyses of synthetic intelligence, automation and ecology, food systems, space law, new modes of governance, the evolution of cities and much more.
The final year returns to the question of the built environment at multiple scales, from the epidermal to the continental. Artificial environments are designed spaces for diverse functions and ways of being and knowing: the city, the laboratory, the factory, the home, the space station, virtual and mixed reality, the body itself, etc. All speak to the planetary as both the condition that makes specific enclosed worlds possible and also as a collective compositional project. In 2022 The Terraforming is adding a new chapter of motivating research themes - Artificial Environments, Astropolitics, Synthetic/Spatial Materialism, Planetary Sapience.
The program is tuition-free (researchers receive a monthly stipend) and invites architects, urbanists, filmmakers, media theorists, historians, philosophers, science-fiction writers, artists, engineers, economists, political scientists, ecologists, anthropologists and graphic designers to apply and work collaboratively on interdisciplinary projects at the intersection of cinema, text and speculative design-research.
Applications will be accepted till November 7, 2021.
For more information visit theterraforming.strelka.com or contact us at email@example.com
We may live in big cities with tall buildings and wide roads, yet we still feel the need for a connection with nature. Architects and interior designers have responded to this desire for a more natural living space with creative concepts and a number of outstanding ideas have won an iF DESIGN AWARD 2021.