To the Competition Participants:First of all, please accept my deep apologies for the situation.The tendering procedure of New SkyRider International Competition project, conducted by Urban and Rural Development Department, New Taipei City Government (hereinafter referred to as ”Agency”) has been suspended due to the project site, located in the Wenzizhen Redevelopment Zone, cannot be obtained
Location: Surrey, UK
Eligibility: Registered architects, designers and landscape architects,(students of these disciplines may also apply) based in the UK.
Awards: Each shortlisted designer will receive an honorarium of £3,000 + VAT.
Timeline: Wednesday 27 January 2016 – Phase 1 submissions deadline
Design Challenge: The competition is seeking designs for a
Sponsor: Nka Foundation Location: Ghana Type: Open, ideas, international Language: English Eligibility: An individual or a design team can submit an entry to the Designing for the Arts competition. The individual participant can be a student or a graduate since 31st January 2010 and the design team can be two or more persons. A team
Sponsor:Â The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has invited expressions of interest for the redevelopment of 44 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, which will be known as the Paul Marshall Building.
Type:Â Open, RfQ, International
Project budget:Â £100M
The Design Competition is a two-stage process. Expressions of Interest will be sought
(Mies van der Rohe’s Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts)
Sponsor: Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation
Location: Berlin, Germany
Type: Open, ideas
Entrance Fee: None
Awards: The total competition money available amounts to 260,000 euros plus VAT. 10-20 equivalent prizes of 13,000 to 26,000 euros each are planned to be awarded.
Languages: English, German
Eligibility:Â The competition is open to all current full-time registered students in an undergraduate architecture degree program or undergraduates majoring in architecture in accredited schools of architecture worldwide. Two students (maximum) who meet the eligibility requirements above may collaborate as authors. An architecture student may team up with another undergraduate in architecture, landscape architecture, urban
Each year, the Rome Prize is awarded to about thirty emerging artists and scholars who represent the highest standard of excellence and who are in the early or middle stages of their working lives.
Rome Prize recipients are generally invited to Rome for eleven months (some design fellowships are six months and some pre-doctoral art
Type:Â Open, international, ideas
Eligibility:Â Open to (young) designers and students (and anyone else who wants to participate)
Awards:Â Winners of each category will be awarded a prize of £2,000 (€2,800/$3,100), plus a trip to EeStairs’ headquarters in the Netherlands.
Timetable:Â 31 December 2015 – Submission Deadline
Sean Hatcher, Design
Organizer: WhAT Association, Municipality of Varna
Type: Open, international, one-stage, anonymous
Eligibility: Open to registered architects
Languages: English, Bulgarian
Entry fee: None
1stÂ Prize:Â Â Â Â 20 000 BGN (or ~10 000 EUR)
Type: Open, emerging professional, one-stage
Eligibility: Open to New England interns and architects within five years of registration
Entry fee: None
1st place:Â Â Â $1,000
2nd place:Â Â $750