The competition to design a new College Chapel in Oxfordshire received an outstanding response with over 126 expressions of interest received from architects all over the world.
The shortlisted practices are :
– Massimiliano Fuksas Architetto, Rome– Sarah Hare Architects, London– Niall McLaughlin Architects, London– Terry Pawson Architects Ltd, London– Ushida Findlay Architects, Edinburgh
Type: open, international, 1-stage
Language: Languages: Maltese. Portuguese. Swedish. German. Polish. Slovenian. Slovak. Danish. Czech. Latvian. French. Italian. Lithuanian. Finnish. Estonian. Spanish. Hungarian. English. Greek. Dutch. Other: All of the above with translations of all documents in Macedonian language.
Registration fee: 50EUR
Eligibility: architects and engineers
Timetable: 11 August, 2009 – submission deadline
Sponsor: DECATHLON SA
Type: 2-phase, international
Eligibility: individuals and multidisciplinary teams headed by an Architecture graduate and made up of a maximum of 4 members, all of whom must possess a higher education qualifications. All entrants must be born after 31 December, 1975.
Awards:1st Prize – 3,000EUR2nd Prize – 2,000EUR3rd Prize – 1,000EUR
Type: open, 1-stage
Registration fee: 25EUR
Eligibility: The bid applications from the foreign entries should be delivered in Macedonian or should be translated to Macedonian by an authorized translator.
Awards: 1st Prize – 16,500EUR
Timetable:27 July, 2009 – submission deadline
Design Challenge: Proposal of an architectonic urban concept for renovation of St. Clement’s
Type: open, international, 2-stage
Language: communication and correspondence in English and French; all contractual documents and presentations must be in French.
Eligibility: licensed architects and architectural firms
Awards:175,000CAD – to each competitor who presents a conceptual proposal to conform to the requirements of contractual documents25,000CAD – to 10 teams not selected to continue
Sponsor: AIA Trust
Type: open, 1-stage
Registration fee:AIA Associate Member – $25 (early registration)/$50 (late registration)Non-AIA unregistered – $35 (early registration)/$70 (late registration)AIA Member – $50 (early registration)/$100 (late registration)Non-AIA registered architect – $75 (early registration)/$150 (late registration)
Eligibility:All design professionals who have graduated from a school of architecture and have been out
Sponsor: Yoshioka-Bunko foundation. Shinkachiku-sha
Type: open, 1-stage
Language: English, Japanese
Registration fee: none
Awards:Prize: total: 1,500,000 yen
Timetable:16 September, 2009 – registration and submission deadlineWinners will be announced in the 2009 December issue of“SHINKENCHIKU” , Vol. 76 ( 2009 Winter ) of “THE JAPAN ARCHITECT”
Jury:Jun Aoki – principal of Jun Aoki & Associates
Sponsor: Housing Corporation Ymere, Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAI)
Type: open, international, 2-phase
Eligibility: registered architects, designers, landscape architects and other cultural practitioners
Awards:1st Prize (maximum of 5) – 10,000EUR each
Timetable:31 July, 2009 – registration deadline12 August, 2009 – submission deadline12 September, 2009 – winners announced
Jury:Mels Crouwel, architect at Benthem Crouwel (chairman)Ronald
Sponsor: The Architect’s Newspaper, UCLA School of Arts and Architecture, Ziman Center for Real Estate Development
Registration fee:$40 – per student or independent team$100 – professional team
Eligibility: Designers of all fields are eligible to submit for this competition, which is staged in two phases. Multi-disciplinary teams are particularly encouraged.
Sponsor: eVolo Magazine
Registration fee:$60 – early registration (until November 17, 2009)$85 – late registration (after November 17, 2009)
Eligibility: all students, architects, engineers, and designers. Multidisciplinary teams are encouraged.
Awards:1st Place – $2,0002nd Place – $1,0003rd Place – $500
Timetable:17 November, 2009 – early registration deadline10 January, 2010 – registration deadline18 January,