Birmingham Centenary Square Competition

Sponsor: Birmingham City Council, RIBA

Location: Birmingham, UK

Type: open, international, 2 stage

Eligiblity: Open to registered architects, landscape architects, urban designers and students of these disciplines worldwide.

Language: English

Entrance Fee: £50+VAT for professionals and £15+VAT for students

Awards: 5 shortlisted designs will receive and honorarium of £5,000 + VAT and will advance to

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International Wildlife Center Africa Competition

Sponsor: Arquideas

Location:Â Kruger National Park, South Africa

Type: Open, ideas


This competition is open to international undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduate of architecture or related degrees, individually or in teams made up of a maximum of four members. Recent graduate means that person graduated within the 2 years before the competition

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Finalist Teams Announced for the Van Alen Institute & NORA Future Ground Competition

Van Alen Institute in partnership with the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority (NORA) today announced the selection of three multidisciplinary teams as finalists for Future Ground, a competition that is bringing together leading experts in design, policy, and community development from around the country with local stakeholders to tackle the challenges of reusing vacant land in

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New Taipei Museum of Art Design Competition

Sponsor: Cultural Affairs Department, New Taipei City Government

Location: Taipei, Taiwan

Type: 1 stage, Expression of interest


First prize – project commission Second prize – NTD $2.5 million Third prize – NTD $1.5 million Fourth-sixth place – NTD $1 million each

Submission Deadline: 14 January 2015

Design Challenge: In recent years, the New

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Breaking New Ground: Designing Affordable Housing for the Coachella Valley Workforce

Sponsor: The California Endowment

Location: Coachella Valley, California

Type: International, 1 stage (student round), 2 stage (open round)


Open Division – The goal of the Open Division is to produce anÂÂ implementable proposal for a housing communityÂÂ that can and will be realized.

Individuals, firms, or teams from around the worldÂÂ comprised of

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Katus Competition

Sponsor: Katus

Location: Svertingstad Gard, Norway; Ulenurme, Estonia

Type: Open, international, ideas


Development area in Norway: ÂÂ ÂÂ I prize 5,000€ II prize 3,500€ III prize 2,000€ ÂÂ Terrace house in Estonia: I prize 4,000€ II prize 2,500€ III prize 1,500€

Submission Deadline: 26 January 2015

Design Challenge:ÂÂ

We believe that this

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OISTAT Theatre Architecture Competition 2015

Sponsor: OISTAT

Location: Berlin, Germany

Type: Open, student, 1 stage

Eligibility: Open to architects andÂÂÂ students of schools of architecture.ÂÂÂ Collaborations between architects andÂÂÂ other theatre practitioners such asÂÂÂ directors, designers, technicians, actors,ÂÂÂ dancers, musicians, or students in thoseÂÂÂ fields, will be welcomed, although it isÂÂÂ not an essential requirement. ArchitectsÂÂÂ or students associated with

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Museum of Science Fiction: Preview Museum Exhibit Design Competition

Sponsor: The Museum of Science Fiction

Location: Washington, DC

Languages: English

Type: Open, international

Eligiblity: This competition is open to students, architects, industrial designers, and exhibit designers. Teams or individuals from the United States or abroad may participate.

Entrance Fee: None

Award: $1000

Registration Deadline: 31 October, 2014

Submission Deadline: 30 November, 2014

Jury: The

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reTHINKing Architecture Competition: Temporary Housing for surfers in Tarifa

Sponsor: reTHINKing Architecture Competitions

Location: Tarifa, Spain

Type: Open, ideas


All students and architecture professionalsor related branches anywhere in the world can participate in the contest. Participation can be individual or in groups, being eight (8) the maximum number of members. Team members can be from all disciplines (artists, philosophers, photographers, etc.), without being

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