To celebrate the opening of Nina Park, Chinachem Group is calling upon creative young talent to co-design a better and brighter future. This competition encourages designers to rethink the conventional function of shelter, explore experimental ideas, propose placemaking interventions and present innovative solutions for design excellence, actions and impact. We’ll offer the winner an opportunity to realise a creative spatial design for an outdoor installation that covers an amphitheatre with shade and seating.
13th AILCD International Architecture Design Competition
Design competition for a better and more peaceful world
The A&DS and RIAS Scottish Student Awards for Architecture 2023 are open from the 13 September 2023
“Walk The Talk”
Tamayouz is pleased to extend an invitation to students worldwide who are studying architecture, urban design, urban planning, architecture technology, and landscape design. We encourage you to register and submit your exceptional graduation projects. A distinguished international jury will thoughtfully evaluate all submissions and ultimately select the winners of the prestigious Tamayouz International Graduation Projects Award.
Unbuilt is a membership community for motivated architects. Members gain access to a private digital community, educational content, and engage with challenging design competitions. All work is digital-native and designed for the virtual realm. Showcased work is experienced in immersive virtual exhibitions.
Join the ranks of the bold and creative in the 3rd International Design Competition: Reimagining Cities towards Carbon Neutrality. Building on the success of previous years, this competition seeks out the best and brightest minds to tackle one of the greatest challenges of our time. This is the challenge for worldwide architecture and urban design university students to propose a brilliant idea to solve the real problem of an area.
UfM Student Competition on Urban Design 2023: Urban Solutions to Climate Change in the Mediterranean
As part of the celebration of the Day of the Mediterranean 2023, the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) is organising a student competition on Urban Design entitled “Urban Solutions to Climate Change in the Mediterranean”. Undergraduate/Graduate students in relevant Schools/Departments, based in any of the 43 UfM Member States can participate. However eligible proposals must be located in one UfM Member States around the Mediterranean (see below for details).
Refer to link & PDF for complete competition guidelines.
Briefing is below:
2022/2023 Egyptian Architecture and Interior graduates,
Early Bird Registration
May 08 - June 05 (hour 23:59 UTC-5) - 30$/team
This year, designaddvance calls for ideas that reimagine railway stations in X, Y and Z cities beyond being just Transit Hubs and more as nodes of urban activity. To reform and boost the existing spatial and visual identity of a railway station into that of an urban centre—with a mix of uses such as healthcare, commerce, education, leisure, business, entertainment and so on—reshaping the interaction of the users with the place.
𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐋𝐢𝐅𝐄 : 𝐒 𝐌 𝐋 𝐒𝐨𝐥𝐮𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬 𝐟𝐨𝐫 𝐚 𝐒𝐮𝐬𝐭𝐚𝐢𝐧𝐚𝐛𝐥𝐞 𝐓𝐨𝐦𝐨𝐫𝐫𝐨𝐰
The European Cultural Academy (ECA) in Venice is offering a full scholarship in 2023 to participants presenting the best project ideas for exploring architecture and the city using film and sound. The prize is a fee-paid place on our "Venicinema" course (4-15 September 2023) worth €1650. The course is led by François Penz, Professor of Architecture and Moving Image at the University of Cambridge, UK.
Global design and BIM software provider Vectorworks, Inc. invites students to see where their designs can take them by entering the seventh Vectorworks Design Scholarship. The global competition is open to undergraduate and graduate students in major disciplines related to architecture, landscape architecture, landscape design, entertainment and interior design. Students can submit a new design or past project from any of their classes for the chance to win up to $10,000 USD. Competition entries will be evaluated by an expert panel of international judges in two rounds. First-round winners will each receive up to $3,000 USD and will be entered for the chance to win the grand prize Richard Diehl Award, worth up to an additional $7,000 USD. For complete details, eligibility and to apply visit www.vectorworks.net/scholarship
Call for Entries : “Communal Space For Social Raise” International Architectural Competition of Wiswakharman Expo 2023
Wiswakharman Expo is an annual architecture event series held by architecture students of Universitas Gadjah Mada. Every year, Wiswakharman Expo brings a fascinating theme. This year we hold an International Architecture Competition with the theme of “Communal Space for Social Raise”
This year's MiG challenge reflects on Moshe Safdie's statement "I want my buildings to take root and look as if they've always been there. It isn't about pastiche or adapting what's already there. It's about trying to blend the future and the past."
This difficult task raises the problematics of the site within the framework of the glocal - a term coined in the 1990s to think about globaliזation dialectically, as an interdependent process of integration and diversification, in which the local is shaped by the global, but also that locality becomes ever more important either as resistance or as a motor of innovation.
In light of recent developments such as the worldwide pandemic, climate crisis, and the fracturing of the international political order, it is time to reconsider the agency of the local. The 2023 MIG prize challenge is to rethink how the local is redefined by these worldwide challenges through cooperative and confrontational interaction with other localities and scales of reference.
The proposed project should make a clear statement in regards to the status of locality in its different material, environmental, cultural and social aspects as it adapts to inflows and outflows of people, ideas, memories, technologies, resources, natures and capital, and test its architectural implications in the design of a building that is both rooted in the place's past and proposes a vision of a possible future.
The project must be detailed to the scale of a building (i.e. 1:100 or 1:200) and include an explanation of the ideology behind the design. The design must address the well-being of the users and respect the surrounding environment of the proposed projects.
120 Hours is one of the world's largest architectural competitions for students, by students. This year's competition will be held in collaboration with the UIA World Congress of Architects in Copenhagen, as part of the NextGen program with a session on July 5th. The student assignment will follow the theme of the conference; Sustainable futures- Leave no one behind. In this year's competition we seek to critically explore what sustainability means both within the industry and education, and we want to receive contributions that offer a wealth of suggestions and thoughts around current practices and narratives.
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WASA World Architecture Student Awards 2023 Competition
Participants are crucial to the success of the MEDS Workshop, bringing diverse strengths and knowledge from their study and work experiences. They come from various countries and are united by their passion for creation and eagerness to learn. Participants choose a project to work on, contributing to its development and completion. During the two-week workshop, each team, guided by their tutor, constructs the design, documents their work, and fosters a strong and fun team spirit. Alongside the project work, various entertaining events and activities are organized by the hosting team.
ECA has a strong connection with the Venice Biennale of Architecture. This year's theme will be the "Laboratory of the Future" with a focus on Africa, decarbonisation , climate justice and architecture's ability to negotiate between and across boundaries in a world that is beginning the feel the effects of climate change.
Border crossing involves a change of state; the crossing of a barrier between two nations. The nature and meaning of this barrier are very specific to its location and the different characters of the nations involved. Borders can mark dramatic transitions between different cultures, political systems, economies, and levels of freedom. They range from open and undefended to closed and heavily militarized.
Undergraduate and graduate architecture and design students and early-career architects are invited to participate in a design challenge in which teams of two to three participate to design an architectural element for the exterior structure of the National Air and Space Museum’s upcoming Bezos Learning Center building. The winning team will receive a one-to-three-year paid position.
IV inHAUS International Architecture Competition - Design your modular house. Application open
For students and recent graduates, individual or group entries. Nine prizes of up to 2,000 euros plus royalties. Winning projects will be added to the inHAUS catalogue of high-end modular homes in the New Talents collection.
Be part of the future - and present - of premium quality architecture and home building. And become part of the international inHAUS team.