National Museum of Finland Finalists

 

Organized by the Finnish Heritage Agency, the National Museum of Finland open competition received 179 entries, from which five were selected to take part in a second stage. This was entirely and anonymous competition—even in the second stage. The architecture competition is conducted according to the competition rules of the Finnish Association of Architects

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Shortlist announced for Great Places Lakes & Dales Partnership (GPLD) flexible housing competition

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is pleased to announce the six practices shortlisted to participate in phase 2 of the Great Places Lakes and Dales Partnership (GPLD) flexible housing competition which seeks flexible housing designs for two sites within the GPLD area.

GPLD is a partnership of Craven District Council (lead authority),

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Five architects shortlisted for Twickenham Riverside redevelopment competition

Richmond Council and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) are pleased to announce the five teams shortlisted to create potential designs for the future of Twickenham Riverside.

 

The shortlisted teams are: • Allies and Morrison • Baynes and Mitchell Architects • Cullinan Studio • Haworth Tompkins • Hopkins Architects

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Keeping Current: A Sea Level Rise Challenge for Greater Miami

Keeping Current: Repetitive Loss Properties is an international Van Alen competition for interdisciplinary teams to re-imagine public uses for flood prone vacant lots, tens of thousands of which are now present in the Florida region. On May 26, the RFQ closed, receiving submissions from 3 continents and 16 different cities, accounting for 128 participants from

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National Pulse Memorial & Museum International Design Competition Shortlist

onePULSE Foundation, the nonprofit established by the owner of Pulse nightclub following the June 12, 2016 tragedy, announced the six renowned, architect-led design teams shortlisted in the open, two-stage international competition to design the National Pulse Memorial & Museum.

The six teams will now advance to the second and final stage of the unique competition,

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Winners Announced for the Annual International 2019 Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence

Winners of the twenty-first annual international BERKELEY PRIZE Competition for 2019 have been announced by Professor Raymond Lifchez, Chair of the BERKELEY UNDERGRADUATE PRIZE FOR ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN EXCELLENCE

(www.berkeleyprize.org).

 

Through two distinct competitions – the Essay Competition; and the Travel Fellowship Competition – the international BERKELEY PRIZE competition encourages undergraduate architecture students worldwide to

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Shortlist announced for MK:U International Design Competition

MK:U is a new model university and one of the flagship projects of the MK Futures 2050 program, which supports MKC’s ambition to create a city of opportunity for all. The new university is intended to create a new higher education exemplar that is open, accessible, dynamic, technologically-focused, innovative, diverse, business-oriented and entrepreneurial.

In the

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Results: Drilon-Tushemisht Waterscape Park, Pogradec, Albania

Sponsor: Albanian-American Development Foundation

Design Challenge: The development of a Master Plan and Design Project for the Waterscape Park (WPD) of Drilon –Tushemisht area which consists of an architectural and urban planning proposal for the WPD with development of mobility and a circulation system.

First Prize – Contract for design implementation (USD 250,000)

PROAP SA,

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Update: Reimagining the DL&W Corridor: Multi-Use Urban Nature Trail & Greenway

 

 

Entries are now on view at the competition website:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nvr76jy07cpe6wp/AACJEH3xV5WZIqcVX-F_R6aka?dl=0

Final adjudication of the rankings will occur in late April.

Re-Imagining the Garden City: Shortlist

 

The first phase of the Competition attracted entries from competitors based in Australia; France; Germany; India; Iran; Italy; the Netherlands; Poland; Thailand; the United Kingdom and the United States of America

Following appraisal of the anonymous design submissions, the authors of the four short listed

EcoResponsive Environments Ltd., Leicester, U.K. CF MØller Architects

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