The Cambridge to Oxford Connection

Sponsor: National Infrastructure Commission, U.K. Language: English Type: open, anonymous, 2-stage Fee: none Awards: Second stage finalists will each receive £10,000 Timeline: 3 August 2017 – Stage 1 submission deadline (digital) Design Challenge: The aim of the competition is to gather, showcase and promote imaginative responses to integrating placemaking with the proposed infrastructure projects across

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Place des Montréalaises Landscape Competition

Sponsor: Ville de Montréal, Canada Type: open, international, 2-stage (stage 1 anonymous) Process: Stage 2 will include 5 finalists from Stage 1 Eligibility: Architects/Landscape architects must have at least 5 years experience (see web announcement) Organizer: Bureau du design, Direction entrepreneuriat | Service du développement économique, Ville de Montréal Languages: French, English Fee: none Timetable:

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Concert Centre in Kaunas, Lithuania

 

Sponsor: City of Kaunas, Lithuania

Type: open, international, one-stage

Eligibility: Licensed Architects

Process: Three (3) finalists from the first stage will be asked to refine their designs for a final presentation to the client

Fee: none

Timetable:

6 September 2017 – Deadline for submissions

Jury:

Jonas Audėjaitis, Kaunas Faculty Dean, Vilnius Academy of Arts,

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Seventh Annual Zero Net Energy Design Competition

 

Sponsor: PG&E (Pacific Gas & Electric), AIA California Council, San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Center for Environmental Studies.

Type: open, one-stage

Topic: science education facility in Tiburon, California

Eligibility:

The competition is open to students, architects, landscape architects, urban planners, engineers and designers internationally

Fees:

Architects, Engineers and Designers: $275 • Students and

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Nizhny Novgorod Town-planning Competition for a Public Space

 

Sponsor: Union of Moscow Architects (Russia) Type: International, open, ideas Fee: €80 Timetable

15 July 2017 – Registration deadline 30 August 2017 – Submission deadline Design Challenge The main task formulated for the Competition participants is to suggest a conceptual solution demonstrating a contemporary approach to the complex development of the introduced site and

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Southmere Village Library Competition

 

Sponsors: Thamesmead and Peabody Group Organizer: RIBA Type: Invited, RfQ, 2-stage Timetable: 13 July 2017 (14:00 hrs) Deadline for RfQ submission

Design challenge

Peabody is seeking to select a firm of architects to provide architectural design and related services for a new, purpose-built library building at Southmere Village. Consultants from other required design disciplines

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2017 Fentress Global Challenge: Airport of the Future

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PHL “Image Maker” Design Competition

 

Philadelphia International Airport and PHS are collaborating on a design competition to create an “Image Maker” landscape at the Airport. In line with PHS initiatives that transform public space, a Design Competition for PHL is an opportunity to demonstrate Philadelphia’s position as America’s Garden Capital and a chance to create a welcoming and iconic

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Moscow Flower Fest Urban Landscaping & Design Competition

Sponsor: City of Moscow

Location: Moscow, Russia

Awards: Grand Prix for Architectural and Landscape Improvement Objects”: US $85, 000 People’s Choice Award: 1,000,000 rubles (US $17,660) Winner of the Vertical Floral Composition nomination-: 200,000 rubles (US $3,532) Winner of the Flower Compositions with Potted Plants nomination: 300,000 rubles (US $5,298) 10 winners of the amateur

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International competition in Architecture 2017: Jacques Rougerie Foundation

Sponsor: Jacques Rougerie Foundation

Eligibility: The competition is free and is destined to architects, engineers, designers, whether they are students or professionals. The candidates are invited to put together multidisciplinary teams for the competition in order to value collective thinking and cross-curricular competences.

Fee: None

Awards: Every architectural project submitted must fall within one

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