Included in this week's curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler are four newly posted challenges calling for architectural fable writing, reimagined street carts in India, the best architectural visualizations, and designs for Canada's new LGBTQ2+ National Monument in Ottawa.
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Fable Writing Competition
Registration Deadline: Friday, Nov 27, 2020
Submission Deadline: Monday, Nov 30, 2020
"Architectural Fabel Writing Competition Series is the Ninth initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization; India founded by architect Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields from a dreamer and explorer’s perspective. Theme for the Series in this cycle is Fictional Saga."
PROJECT LARI: an international design-build competition to reimagine street-carts in India
Register/Submit Deadline: Sunday, Nov 29, 2020
"Project Lari begins as an international design-build competition, that seeks for innovative proposals for movable-urban devices in the Indian context. The pursue is to reimagine street carts, keeping in mind women as a target user group and explore the potentials of informal commerce as a legitimate economic resource, while revaluating the possibilities it offers in the construction of public space. The objective of the competition, is to select an outstanding entry in order to detail, construct and implement it in a collaboration with Chaal.Chaal.Agency."
RENDER OF THE YEAR
Registration Deadline: Thursday, Dec 31, 2020
Submission Deadline: Saturday, Jan 2, 2021
"Designers are storytellers. They assume many roles, but common to them all is the task of telling the story of the spaces and worlds they imagine. Often, they must convey these thoughts with images. Through their images, they can shape and influence how others feel and understand their ideas. Although designers continue to be equipped with better digital tools, making it easier to create images, there is still a great deal of craft in visualization. Designers must discern the ways people interpret their images. They must work with the feelings that emerge from an image. They must understand how to speak to their audience without words. The Render of the Year award is seeking compelling images that tell stories of architecture, interiors, cities, and worlds that could be."
Call to Design Teams - LGBTQ2+ National Monument
Register/Submit Deadline: Tuesday, Jan 5, 2021
"Prominently located in downtown Ottawa, with views of key federal institutions, this monument will be a place where visitors can learn about the historical discrimination against LGBTQ2+ people in Canada, including those who suffered and continue to suffer due to the LGBT Purge that took place between the 1950s and the 1990s. The monument will also celebrate their achievements in their fight for equality. The Department of Canadian Heritage is therefore seeking design teams to create a moving, bold and thought-provoking monument that will provide a space for remembrance, education, celebration and inspiration."
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