'Architectural Haiku' Writing Competition Series is the fifth Initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization, India founded by architect Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and to write about Architecture and allied fields. As per the curator, Journalism & Critical Appreciation in Architecture must have an immediate connection with the trending techniques. We need more of Architectural Writing because all reality is an act of perception; and until there is a perception of happening, it hasn’t happened yet.
Theme for the Competition is as follows:
You can Penn down an architectural experience of yours in 17 Syllables in all!< (...)
When we enter to the information age, science and technology makes a revolutionary progress in our daily life and working mode. With the dramatic change of lifestyle and urban re-centralization, interactive and flexible building clusters become more accessible to inspire staff and search for excellent partners for them. Thus, innovation, integration and mutual benefit become key points of such industry centers.
Undoubtedly, design practitioners are one of groups who are demanding in spatial use. Designers will create more possibilities for space and realize them after reviewing explosive information and integrating them reasonably.
Under such a condition, designers’ working environment and industrial chains’ requi (...)
World Architecture Community has opened the WA Awards 30th Cycle to accept innovative projects from all around to be judged by a panel of star jury, including world-renowned architects, high-profiled academics and top design leaders. All architects and students can send their entries until January 15, 2019.
Since 2006 and for over 25 Cycles, World Architecture Community organises the prestigious and acclaimed WA Awards 10+5+X. The aim of the WA Community Awards is to highlight and recognise remarkable projects that might otherwise remain unnoticed by the international public, yet have the potential to inspire exciting questions about contemporary architectural discourse.
Dersyn Studio's Z9 Resort in Thailand won the WA Aw (...)
STaRT, a platform for recearch of architecture, has launched #OSLOCALL, a contest of ideas for to project a new Cultural Center on waterfront of norwegian capital. The competition will select projects that will propose innovative solution and an excellent capacity of integration to the site.
Oslo is a unique place in perfect balance between architecture and nature: green landscapes, first among all the Fjords, make this one of the greenest cities in Europe. Great explorers have started to conquer extreme peaks but there are also artistic personalities, Munch and Viegeland, that have characterized Norwegian history. History and tradition are mixed with instances of contemporary design: Astrup Feornley Museu, Operahuslet, Barcode distr (...)
Hybrid Futures has announced new competition titled "Hybrid Futures 2019 – Work x Fly" competition. As our cities grow denser, tall buildings are not a luxury any more but a necessity today. With rampant growth of technology, and the density we have to mitigate with - the overlaps between dynamic nature of spaces is now gaining more and more evident form. For instance, restaurants which works as a coworking space in the morning, and a club by the night - our lives are full of such examples where the nature of spaces are bending/blending every day. Hybrid Futures ‘19 is an open ideas competition that explores such programmatic ramifications in a much futuristic timeline and high-density scenarios.
The fundamental asp (...)
The Balouo Salo Association, a non-profit organisation, has launched the third edition of its competition to design a Peace Pavilion In memory of the innocent victims of war in Africa.
Named Kaira Looro Architecture Competition - Peace Pavilion, the focus of this competition is to create a pavilion for the promotion of universal peace which inspires contemplation, reflection, and prayer for those who unjustly lost their lives.The winner will get a €4,000 cash prize and work as an intern at Kengo Kuma's Tokyo Office alongside the construction of the pavilion in Sedhiou, Senegal.
Set to be built on a site in Sedhiou region, the aim of the competition is to create a symbolic structure commemorating the victims of the Af (...)
Utzon Center has launched an international prize competition in architectural visualisation inviting young creative talents under the age of 40 to re-imagine Jørn Utzon’s unbuilt gems.
Titled Utzon UNBUILT, the idea of the competition is for young creative talents to reimagine Jørn Utzon’s working drawings for some of his unbuilt works.
Each entrant should interpret a selected Utzon project by merging Utzon’s own project description with something they see in the project. The submission format is digital. It should mix Utzon’s soft pencil lines with new digital media and make the project comprehensible to a wide audience. An international jury will select the winners. The winning projects will then be published and subsequentl (...)
UnFUSE a part of Uniserves as a platform to create a global community of architects and designers who are pushing the boundaries of architecture discipline to enrich our built environment. At UnFUSE, we promote exceptional works, ideas, experimentations in the field of architecture, landscape, urban design, society, culture and ecology.
We as a designer invest alot of time to bring our ideas on paper, to create something extraordinary like a graduation project that can change the kind of built environment we want around us, and make a better world. These ideas are the foundation to new possibilities that has the ability to take architecture ahead. With not limited only in the academia where they come from, but the whole fraternity wi (...)
Architecture A4A has launched a new competition titled "Architecture on the Clock (Awards)". Temporary architecture are the unsung superheroes of our built environment. They appear out of nowhere and vanish. They may not last too long, but they are the future of our dynamic public spaces and needs. With a rapidly developing urban environment – and the extensively fast digital media makes these impressions last forever. This has made this architecture unignorable in the architectural discourse.Architecture on the Clock (Awards) – is awarding these lightspeed creations that pinch space – time - architecture through brave and radical compositions.
AOTC Seed Registrations Now Open 15$
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Bee Breeders has announced the Rome Collective Living Challenge competition, tasking participants with designing a concept for affordable housing in Rome that fits the ideals of a co-living lifestyle.
This competition is a chance for architecture enthusiasts to conceive an entirely new way of living, one that experiments with the concept of low-income housing as a collective.
Participants can select any appropriate theoretical site in Rome, keeping in mind that this is not a simple matter of rolling out hundreds of new tiny apartments in Rome’s already unaffordable city centre, but rather a chance to re-imagine a way to house its residents and build more communities within the hustle and bustle of Italy’s capital.
The R (...)