AIM OF THE COMPETITION - 24H
A space where the time limit is used to stimulate your creativity.
The aim of this competition is to present answers in 24h to social problems, visionary ideas, humanitarian causes and sociologic problems of the contemporary societies.
Commitment, perseverance, inspiration and hard work are all the necessary bases to develop a proposal that meets the premises that will be released regularly in the brief of the competition.
We challenge you to prove your talent in 24 hours!
There is a period of registration on the competition, when it ends, starts the 24H competition!
You have 24H to develop a proposal that responds to the program contained on the brief that will only be available on the same day the competition starts.
Take the risk!
Marvin Windows of Canada presents
Architecture Student Design Challenge 2019: Affordable Living Spaces
The CHALLENGE: Design low-income housing units that are sustainable and most importantly improve the quality of life of the intended residents and the surrounding community. Your project should reflect thoughtful and future-centric design with an emphasis on accessibility, usability, adaptability, diversity and interaction in the community.
• The design must include Marvin Windows & Doors family of products. To explore our products, visit www.marvincanada.com or www.marvin.com.
• Any style of architecture is welcome – think outside the box and show us your unique perspective with regards to creating these spaces.
• The design
COMPETITION NAME: Straw Bale Ecological House.
LOCATION: El Clavín estate, a housing development only 5 minutes drive from the city of Guadalajara, Spain.
ELIGIBILITY: Architects and architecture students, construction and design professionals
Abouthaus is a training and service platform for people who are building their own house. One of our main services is organizing international housing contests.
OBJECTIVE OF THE COMPETITION:
The Straw Bale Ecological House competition is a contribution to the natural, sustainable and efficient homebuilding.
The eco-house will be built with a modular and prefabricated system of straw bales, a green roof, a greenhouse and consequently a high level of energy efficiency.
Argentine firm Estudio Arzubialde and Chilean architect Verónica Arcos led a Material Experimentation Workshop in Rosario, Argentina, during which six different groups of students designed and built projects using a variety of brick laying techniques.
Each project used different brick patterns based on simple rules, resulting in a structure with a certain degree of geometric complexity.
Open Call: Landmark architecture – creating or destroying city’s identity? International exhibition-competition of final projects of architecture students.
Kaunas architecture festival KAFe2019 invites to participate in the international exhibition-competition of final projects of university architecture students – of both bachelor and master studies – on the topics of the central part of Kaunas town. The topic of this year’s KAFe2019 – Landmark architecture – creating or destroying a city’s identity? – therefore the development of the central part of town and the role of “landmark” buildings in this process is at the focus of the competition topics suggested for consideration of Lithuanian and foreign architecture universities.
The Scholars’ Prize in Architecture is an exciting and valuable opportunity for an early-career architect or post-Part II student of architecture to spend three months in Rome (living at the BSR), and be a member of a vibrant residential community of architects, artists and researchers. It enables somebody to pursue and complete a creative, intellectually coherent and focused architectural project in and based on the city of Rome or its environs. It offers accommodation in a study-bedroom and board, for three months, a monthly stipend, a group exhibition, and participation in a range of interdisciplinary activities.
The HKS LA Design Fellowship is a three-day design charrette, where students and professionals work together, to solve a complex design challenge.
Each year, the HKS LA Design Fellowship has an open call to local college students and HKS employees to participate in a three-day design charrette at the HKS Los Angeles office. Teams made up of students and professionals are given a design challenge to solve in three days with practical design solutions and strategies.
Open Call: 2019 UIA-CBC International Colleges and Universities Competitive Construction Workshop
2019 UIA-CBC International Colleges and Universities Competitive Construction Workshop is now calling for participants from all around the world! Started in 2016 International Colleges and Universities Construction Competition initiated by CBC (China Building Centre), this annual event has been successfully hosted in different places of China and acquired a wide recognition at home and abroad. This year, International Union of Architects (UIA) joined as the international supporter of this event and make it the first China-based International construction competition on such level.
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2019 STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION
WORKPLACE OF THE FUTURE
As a way of giving back to the communities we serve, we are proud to be hosting our 2019 “Workplace of the Future” Design Competition to help support and promote the field of architecture and interior design. We encourage eligible U.S. graduate and undergraduate students* majoring in architecture or interior design within the New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania area to use their creativity and innovative ideas to express their vision of the “Workplace of the Future.”
If you're a student looking for an opportunity to make your mark and display your vision and direction for your career, this recently launched competition is definitely worth looking into. The Czech Republic's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has offered an exceptional invitation to create a proposal for a new embassy in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. The embassy is going to be built according to the student's proposal. As the organization committee sees this as one of the largest opportunities to support talented students in the creation of such a prestigious project, the competition has been opened up to students from all universities around the world.
What will Glasgow be like in 150 years?
Glasgow – a multi-layered city with a unique character. Throughout the past centuries, Glasgow has passed through various phases and styles, maintaining a very ingenious dialogue through its architecture. Much like any other post-industrial city, Glasgow has both maintained its amalgam presence, as well as left a number of issues that can be creatively resolved by the aspiring architectural society. Buildings such as the tenements have proved their durability and have served Glasgow’s community for the past centuries, with their bay windows becoming much like the eyes of a Glaswegian.
In honour of
The United States is a country of immigrants with a long history of receiving new arrivals. In 1886, the statue of “Liberty Enlightening the World” was officially unveiled, and between 1892 and 1954 the Ellis Island Immigration Station processed 12 million immigrants in New York City alone.
Angel Island, in the San Francisco Bay, was home to the West Coast Immigration Station, which was built in 1905. Unlike Ellis Island, new arrivals were housed in barracks on the island under very difficult conditions, some for extended periods of time. Until the station’s closure in 1940, the island was seen as
Registration is free up until October 22, 2018 at 23:30 HST. After this date and time registration is $20.
rise in the city is a unique international architecture competition for students and recent graduates worldwide. The challenge is to design affordable and sustainable housing solutions for Africa’s growing population. We invite all innovative problem solvers in the built environment to design a low-income housing prototype in an effort to curb Lesotho’s housing problem in an environment challenged by increased urban migration, climate change, and scarcity of resources.
Aarhus School of Architecture proudly announces the sixth joint venture competition: Drawing of the Year 2018. We invite architecture students from all over the world and call for drawings that demonstrate their ability to dream and create drawings that inspire for change.
This year's bold theme is Shaping new realities.
Shaping new realities
The world is facing serious challenges: climate, war, migration, and savage algorithms, to mention a few. How should architects respond to these? How can architects’ ability to dream and draw innovative solutions to challenges that are general and significant to all of us contribute to radical solutions?
We invite bold, inspiring,
TRANS PLAN is an international student design competition organized by A2G (Architecture Gallery at the Faculty of Architecture University of Manitoba). The competition is open to all students registered in a spatial design (architecture, interior, landscape, urban, and so on) and or an exhibition design programs.
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Can space evolve through its contextual and environmental
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