KURANDZA – A Learning Center in Mozambique




Sponsor: Kurandza non-profit NGO, San Francisco Administrator: archstorming Type: open, international, one-stage Languages: English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese Eligibility: Architects and students of architecture, regardless of location; Teams may consist of 1 to 4 persons Fees: See timetable

Timetable: 29 June 2022 – End of early registration (€60/team) 27 July2022 – End

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Ottawa Parliamentary Precinct’s Block 2


A Quest for that Elusive Connective Formula


First Place: Pedestrian perspective from Parliament – Zeidler Architecture in association with David Chipperfield Architects


How do you find a common thread that can connect an eclectic collection of buildings, visually as well as physically, all located within a one-block site, located just across

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Portland Museum of Art Campus Unification + Expansion


Building a Landmark for the Future



Sponsor: The Portland Museum of Art Type: open, international, two-stage RfQ Location: Portland, Maine Organizers: Dovetail Design Strategists, LLC www.dovetailstrategists.com Eligibility: Open to architects around the world. Architects will be required to form and lead a multi-disciplinary team to include accessibility, inclusivity and

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Chipperfield Prevails in Ottawa


Ottawa Parliamentary Precinct Renewal Competition



Culminating in a year’s long process, the winner of the Ottawa Parliamentary Precinct was David Chipperfield Architects, one of the six shortlisted firms designated to participate in the competition. An April 10th viewing of the public presentation of the six finalists was viewed by scores on

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Atlantic Beach Winner Announced



After narrowing the field to three finalists and reviewing their presentations via ZOOM, the competition jury gave the nod to KUTONOTUK of Charlottesville, VA as the winner. The winning team is led by principals, Leena Cho and Matthew Jull, faculty members at the University of Virginia’s School of Architecture.

Second place went

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Reinventing Cities 2022


A global competition for innovative, zero-carbon and resilient urban projects


Deadline for EOI submissions: 20 September 2022 About the Competition Reinventing Cities is a C40 Cities initiative that addresses the urgent need for change in the way that cities are designed and built in response to the climate emergency. C40 is inviting architects,

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Prague Philharmonic Concert Hall Competition Results



BIG’s proposal, led by partners-in-charge Bjarke Ingels and Brian Yang, was selected from a pool of 19 entries as the winner of the competition. The rankings were as follows:

1st Place Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) with Brian Yang Copenhagen, Denmark 2ndt Place Barozzi Veiga with Atelier M1 Barcelona, Spain 3rd Place Bevk

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Infrastructure Hub as Urban Revitalization Catalyst


Vilnius Railway Station and Public Square Competition


Vilnius Station competition Image: ©Zaha Hadid Architects



Aerial view of Vilnius railway station (2021)


In European cities, recent history has seen their central railway stations become the subject of upgrades, or totally new projects, many of them springing up

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Grimshaw wins Nyugati Railway Station Competition

Aerial view ©Grimshaw Architects


After the conclusion of the second stage of the Nyugati Railway Station Competition, Grimshaw Architects has been declared the winner. This conclusion was reached by a jury after twelve teams had been shortlisted from the initial stage of the competition in an RfQ process. The shortlisted firms were:

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Namdo Righteous Army History Museum


Application deadline: 6 May 2022 (12:00 EST)


Organizer: The ordering organization of the competition is Jeollanam-do, and is responsible for the overall design competition and project process and supervises all related issues Type: International, two-stage, open Eligibility: Licensed architects in their country of origin Fees: none Languages: English, Korean Timetable 6 May 2022

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