What is COMPETITIONS? The Competition Project, Inc. founded in 1986, is a pioneering, non-profit corporation which serves as a clearinghouse for information and ideas on design competitions, both in the United States and abroad. Since 1990/91, it was the publisher of COMPETITIONS, a quarterly magazine dedicated exclusively to design competitions on an international scale and having a world-wide circulation. Starting in January 2011, the Competition Project has been publishing a monthly COMPETITIONS E-zine, reviewing past competitions and announcing upcoming design competitions in architecture, landscape architecture and planning. It is still supplemented by instant email notices about results and new competitions as they reach us. As part of an yearly subscription, our subscribers will also receive a comprehensive COMPETITIONS Annual in print format. This has provided our subscribers with a handy reference about competitions which have been covered by the E-zine over the course of the year. As such, the annual is a very affordable option as part of that subscription package.
   In some cases, we can also provide assistance in the preliminary planning and organization of design competitions. For a list of experienced competition advisors, visit the Architect Selection section of our website.
If you would like to publish an announcement for an architectural, landscape, or planning design competition on the website or in the magazine, please email your competition brief to Please see the News page for guidance on your announcement’s layout. All announcements are published free of charge, but are subject to an evaluation process before publication. BACK ISSUES INDEX For a complete index of back issues of COMPETITIONS magazine, visit our webstore at Order Competitions. Back issues are now available to purchase. Some of those no longer in print are available in PDF format. Competition participants featured in the magazine may purchase copies for $10.00 an issue, plus shipping if an overseas order. The discount for shipping will not appear in the webstore, but will be applied before credit card processing.
G. Stanley Collyer, Editor-in-Charge (Louisville, KY)
Dan Madryga, Editorial Assistant (Louisville, KY)

Carlos Casuscelli (Miami, FL)
Bill Liskamm (San Rafael, CA)
William Morgan (Providence, RI)
George Thomas Kapelos (Toronto, Ontario)
Paul D. Spreiregen (Washington, DC)
Frederick Borck (Berlin, Germany)