Sponsor: Buffalo Emerging Professionals (BEP), a committee of AIA Buffalo/WNY, and AIA Buffalo/WNY
Type: Open to architects licensed 10 years or less, intern architects, students
Professional and licensed architects 35 USD AIA & AIAS members / 50 USD Non-membersIntern architects 30 USD AIA & AIAS members / 40 USD Non-membersStudents 25 USD AIA
Ricky Liu & Associates + CUH2A, Inc. Architecture Engineering PLA is awarded First Prize for the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control Complex International Competition. The project will create a new international architecture era for the Research & Diagnostic Laboratory facilities. Second prize – Fei & Cheng Associates/Philip T.C. Fei Third prize – Domino Architects &
Sponsor: International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)Language: English
Type: student, undergraduate
Eligibility: The Competition is open to all undergraduated students of Landscape Architecture, or allied discipline
Compensation:1st Place – Group Han Prize for Landscape Architecture, $3,500 US, plus a certificate.2nd Place – IFLA Zvi Miller Prize, $2,500 US, plus a certificate.3rd Place Merit Award –
Compensation:1st place one / 2,000,000 yen + gift2nd place two / 300,000 yen + giftHonorable Mention four / 100,000 yen + giftSpecial prize ten / 50,000 yen
Timetable:3 August 2009 – submission deadline31 October 2009 – final screenings heldDecember 2009 – winners announced
Design Challenge: Applicants are to propose community gathering spaces that
Sponsor: Domus Academy
Compensation:One scholarship covering 70% of the total tuition fee for Domus Academy Master in Urban Vision and Architectural DesignOne scholarship covering 50% of the total tuition fee for Domus Academy Master in Urban Vision and Architectural DesignOne scholarship covering 30% of the total tuition fee for Domus Academy Master in
Type: open, international
Eligibility:Designers under the age of 40 and each participant may submit only one design, either individually or in a group.
Compensation:1st Prize – 3,500 EURpossibility of up to 2 special recognition awards (500 EUR each)
Timetable:5 May 2009 – submission deadlineFall 2009 – presentation of awards
Design Challenge:Entries should present
Location: San Francisco Botanical GardenType: Open, international, one-stage
Eligibility: landscape architects, architects, artists, urban designers, educators, students and others interested in gardens and public art issues. Multi-disciplinary teams that include landscape architects and public artists are encouraged.
Awards: $15,000 (total)
Timetable:March 2009 – Competition Announcement; Registration Begins 4 May 2009 – Begin Competition:
Sponsor: d3 – under the direction of director Gregory Marinic and curator Mary-Jo Schlachter
Fees:Professional: $50 (USD)Student: $25 (USD)30 May 2009 Submission Deadlineearly June 2009 Jury deliberationsearly June 2009 Winners notified
Eligibility: All architects, landscape architects, interior designers, engineers, and students are invited to participate. d3 encourages submissions by interdisciplinary design teams.
Sponsor: City of Duisburg
Type: RFQ – Up to 15 participants
Eligibility: EU landscape architects and planners(five local firms are being invited)
Shortlist criteria: Applicants must show at least completion of two similar projects of not less than 4,000,000 EUR.
Compensation:1st prize – 26 000 EUR;2nd prize – 18 000 EUR;3rd prize –
Type: Student, International, ideasFee: none
Timetable:15 May 2009 Registration Deadline31 July 2009 Submission Deadline1 September 2009 Announcement of the Semi-finalists4-6 November 2009 Presentation & Critique of Semi-Finalists’ Submissions at the World Architecture Festival
Each of the four semi-finalist teams will receive an honorarium to contribute to travel expenses related to attending the World Architecture