We get it. It can get a little overwhelming keeping up with the dozens of new architecture competitions launching worldwide on any given week — let alone having to stay on top of the multiple deadlines for each and every one. That's why Bustler is here to help! At the end of every week, we'll share a quick selection of our newest design competition submissions that we think are worth a look, as well as some ongoing ones you might have missed the first time. Check out our latest competition recommendations below.
Call for entries – Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2018
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, Jun 15, 2018
Last chance to sign up for the 2018 Red Dot Awards in Communication Design! Agencies, designers and companies from around the world are invited to submit their design and creative projects. From advertising campaigns to trade fair stands and apps — there are 17 categories in which upcoming and established designers and brands alike can put their design quality to the test.
2018 BSA Unbuilt Architecture and Design
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, Jun 22, 2018
Unbuilt architectural designs of any project type are eligible including purely theoretical projects and unbuilt client-sponsored projects (buildings, interiors, infrastructure, monuments, etc.).
THINKING - Alternative Designs for Offices
Registration Deadline: Monday, Aug 27, 2018
Submission Deadline: Friday, Aug 31, 2018
The aim of the “thinking” competition is to develop a design proposal for the office typology, intended as a space to process, organize and generate information. In other words, a place for mental work. Participants are urged to create an artifact, merging considerable programmatic innovation and valuable design tools. The proposal can be a device, a piece of furniture, an interior design project, a pavilion, a building or an urban plan.
LA+ ICONOCLAST DESIGN IDEAS COMPETITION
Register/Submit Deadline: Wednesday, Oct 10, 2018
New York's Central Park is devastated in an eco-terrorist attack carried out to protest the loss of the world’s forests. How would you redesign the world's most iconic work of landscape architecture? “By taking on such an iconic site as Central Park, you get to tackle big questions about how we represent and manifest ideals of public health, democracy, and nature,” says jury chair Richard Weller.
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