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Open Call: THINK public SPACE

19:00 - 11 May, 2015
Open Call: THINK public SPACE, Courtesy of Think Space
Courtesy of Think Space

The Think Space program serves as a platform for spatial experimentation and conceptual thinking. In 2015, THINK SPACE is conducting an international, public, anonymous, single stage, conceptual architectural – urbanistic idea design Competition under the topic THINK public SPACE. The focus of this Special Edition of Think Space will be directed on urban public space. Within the project Zagreb for Me, the Think Space Competition will strive to seek out solutions for present-day public spaces on conceptual and theoretical levels with the potential of realization of the selected competition projects in the public spaces of Zagreb, Croatia. Read on to learn more.

3rd Think Space Unconference / Money

00:00 - 3 June, 2014
3rd Think Space Unconference / Money

The annual theme Money and its questions posed by the Think Space 2013 | 2014 guest curators Ethel Baraona Pohl & Cesar Reyes Najera will undoubtedly trigger conversations at the upcoming Unconference event. Conceived as a series of highly interactive sessions for a hundred participants, Money Unconference will enable thinkers, architects, participants, authors, winners, jurors and guest curators from the MONEY cycle to meet in person at Lauba, People and Art House in Zagreb, 11-13 June 2014.

Seven Architects Shortlisted for $100,000 Wheelwright Prize

00:00 - 15 April, 2014
Seven Architects Shortlisted for $100,000 Wheelwright Prize, Jose Ahedo, Blanca Pyrenees, Education Center  (Els Hostalets de Tost, Spain, 2013). Image Courtesy of Wheelwright Prize
Jose Ahedo, Blanca Pyrenees, Education Center (Els Hostalets de Tost, Spain, 2013). Image Courtesy of Wheelwright Prize

Seven architects have been shortlisted from nearly 200 international applicants for Harvard University Graduate School of Design’s 2014 Wheelwright Prize. The $100,000 grant, which is awarded annually to a single architect to support travel-based architectural research, is “intended to spur innovative research during the early stage of an architect's professional career” and “foster new forms of research informed by cross-cultural engagement.”

Ranging from a Barcelona-based architect whose research proposal focuses on animal farming systems to a Croatian architect who wants to re-imagine the “border-scape” in Mediterranean countries, you can review all seven finalists after the break...

Think Space Launches Latest Competition: Environment / Subtraction

01:00 - 6 March, 2014
Think Space Launches Latest Competition: Environment / Subtraction, Courtesy of Think Space
Courtesy of Think Space

Think Space has launched their latest competition in its MONEY cycle: Environment / Subtraction. The competition will be jurored by architect, urbanist, writer, and teacher Keller Easterling. Complete press release on the competition after the break.

Winners of Think Space Competition Re-think Arctic Territories

01:00 - 9 January, 2014
Winners of Think Space Competition Re-think Arctic Territories, Honourable Mention. Image Courtesy of Think Space
Honourable Mention. Image Courtesy of Think Space

The results from the first brief of Think Space's MONEY themed cycle of competitions, Territories, have been announced. David Garcia (MAP Architects), juror of the Territories competition, invited participants to send in proposals "that tackle the present economic and territorial challenges in the present and future of the Arctic lands." See them all, after the break...

Think Space Launches Latest Competition: Culture & Society

01:00 - 7 January, 2014
Think Space Launches Latest Competition: Culture & Society

Think Space has now launched the second competition in its MONEY cycle: Culture & Society, to be jurored by Pedro Gadanho, the Curator of Contemporary Architecture at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.

Details about the competition - and how to participate - after the break.

Think Space announces 2013/14 Cycle Theme: MONEY / First Competition on the Cycle: TERRITORIES

01:00 - 10 October, 2013
Think Space announces 2013/14 Cycle Theme: MONEY / First Competition on the Cycle: TERRITORIES, Courtesy of Think Space
Courtesy of Think Space

After two successful cycles, Zagreb Society of Architects organized the 3rd edition of the international series of concept based architectural competitions entitled 'Think Space'. So far, the program hosted a number of established architects and curators and it continues to re-think space in the 2013|2014 season.

The new theme Think Space | MONEY [The Echo of Nothing] was devised by Ethel Baraona Pohl and César Reyes Nájera of dpr-barcelona; architects, writers, editors, publishers, bloggers and guest curators of the third cycle.

Throughout the new season of competitions and papers, Think Space will be looking for pioneering works at the intersection of architecture, sociology, economics, programming and marketing that radically challenge the fundamental spatial, social and urban relation based on capitalism. The competitions and Call for Papers will focus on territories, environment, culture and society through MONEY lenses, as observed by architects and other visual artists and professionals.

More information on the first of competitions, Territories, after the break.

Think Space: Past Forward Call for Papers

23:00 - 2 August, 2012
Courtesy of Think Space
Courtesy of Think Space

The Think Space Past Forward Programme just launched its very first Call for Papers, dedicating itself to writing and publishing critically about architecture. Known for using design competitions, exhibitions, symposiums and publications as its tools, they are leaning on historical discourse which normally takes the form of reflection through writing for the very first time. The deadline for abstracts is September 10 with the final paper due no later than October 10. More information after the break.

'Think Space - Geopolitical Borders' Competition

12:38 - 1 April, 2011

They seek other geo-political border ‘hot spots’ in and out of the Political Equator that need to be interpreted and engaged. These geographies of conflict need to be understood through the radicalization of the existing in order to imagine new models of the possible. For more information please visit the competition’s official website.