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.
THE LIFE CYCLES OF WOMEN IN ARCHITECTURE
Register/Submit Deadline: Monday, Mar 30, 2020
Rather than spotlighting the accomplishments of prominent individuals, WOMENWHODESIGN.ORG examines through storytelling the lived experience and contributions of the many. This platform asks what it means to be a woman in the broadly defined field of architecture, and through collaboration and exploration proposes how it can be different. Why do women architects matter? How do career and human life cycles intersect, interfere and inform each other? What has been your experience as a woman in architecture? What obstacles have you overcome, or not? How are you living your vision for the future? We invite you to explore these questions and more...
Reimagining the Brooklyn Bridge Design Competition
Register/Submit Deadline: Sunday, Apr 5, 2020
The New York City Council and Van Alen Institute have launched Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge, an international design competition that aims to spark a new public conversation about New York City’s infrastructure Reimagining Brooklyn Bridge challenges participants to rethink the iconic Brooklyn Bridge walkway. We will select six finalist teams who create unconventional designs that respect and enhance the bridge’s landmark status, think inclusively about mobility and access, and accommodate commuters, visitors, and vendors. The competition is open to all.
Re-imagining Play - Designing resourceful playgrounds in refugee camps
Registration Deadline: Monday, Jul 27, 2020
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, Aug 11, 2020
How do we keep children engaged and safe, while also helping them overcome traumatic experiences? How do we help them develop the skills and abilities to make sense of their surroundings? Develop an architectural concept creating a safe, stable happy place for children in an otherwise chaotic world. Seeing this as a two-step problem, attempt to bring in education to the children, and secondly focus on letting the children be children.
UIA-HYP CUP 2020 International Student Competition in Architectural Design
Registration Deadline: Sunday, Aug 30, 2020
Submission Deadline: Sunday, Sep 20, 2020
Architecture in Transformation should respond to contemporary challenges and changes. What concerns us primarily is the relationship between architecture and city, as well as the one between architecture and natural environment. The competition aims at searching and constructing human space with a Spirit of Place in the increasingly fragmented cities and unordered villages, exploring environment-friendly and sustainable ideas in the information age, and integrating creative concepts with solid basic skills in architectural design. The competition requires the participants to make detailed insights and reflections on architectural development...
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