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.
2020 Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) Awards
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, Sep 27, 2019
If you recently worked on a project that featured structural steel, we want to hear from you. Submit it for a 2020 IDEAS2 Award! Sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction, the Innovative Design in Engineering and Architecture with Structural Steel (IDEAS2) award program recognizes projects that illustrate the exciting possibilities of building with structural steel.
RIBA International Awards 2020
Registration Deadline: Monday, Sep 30, 2019
Submission Deadline: Thursday, Oct 31, 2019
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has opened entries for the third edition of the RIBA International Awards, the prestigious awards for architecture outside of the UK. The biennial awards are open to any qualified architect in the world for a building outside of the UK, of any size and type of budget. The awards celebrate buildings that exemplify design innovation, embrace sustainable technologies and deliver meaningful social impact.
DOTS | FOR THE BLIND
Register/Submit Deadline: Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019
The aim of the competition is to design a structure (or a complex of structures) which bridges the gap between the blind and the non-blind. Something that erases the distinction between how the blind and the non-blind experience the world differently.
LIBGEN - Towards a new class of evolutionary libraries
Registration Deadline: Friday, Dec 6, 2019
Submission Deadline: Monday, Dec 16, 2019
Can libraries evolve to become something bigger? Can libraries be the think tank of the city? Or a forum where exchange of ideas happens? Can they evolve from a passive function of a repository to an active self-learning space to share and create new knowledge? Can this new function be enclosed in a more conducive infrastructure? The challenge here is to design/complete rewrite the universal definition of public library and democratize education and learning through refreshing spatial ideas.
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