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Comment by Hannah J on February 20, 2013 at 12:53pm

2013 AZ AWARDS - Deadline just extended to February 26, 2013 (12 noon EST) Submit now:

Comment by Bruno Marques on August 28, 2012 at 11:40am

7th European Biennial of Landscape - Sept 27-29 2012 / Barcelona, Spain


Comment by Dawid Magiera on August 7, 2012 at 4:14am

Int’l Open Design Competition for Open Spaces of the Bernardine Monastery Complex in Lviv, Ukraine

Submissions  by: October 3, 2012 more info Lviv compet

Comment by Dawid Magiera on May 16, 2012 at 2:44pm

Like every year here is German Lenne price competition

more details here : Lenne Price 2012

Comment by Dawid Magiera on May 7, 2012 at 11:34am

d3 natural systems competition - calls for innovative proposals that advance sustainable thought and performance through the study of environmental geometries, behaviors, and flows for new building typologies, functional programs, and materials

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Comment by Vladimir Sitta on March 29, 2012 at 2:46pm

Prague, Czech Republic

The competition is part of the inaugural reSITE Festival (May, 21-27), which is an international event in Prague that is committed to exploring collaborative ideas that make cities more livable. It is about partnerships for a better urban future in Prague.

The Festival will be centered on a two-day conference and supported by dozens of independently organized events. The spotlight will be on the under-utilized riverfront, urban mobility and public spaces.

reSITE Festival, ARCHIP (Architectural Institute in Prague) and Skanska a.s. invite professional and student designers, architects, planners, artists and to participate in an international design competition to propose a Conceptual Vision Plan and an Innovative Site Intervention for the River Vltava, in Prague, Czech Republic.


Comment by Andrew Harvey on March 29, 2012 at 2:16pm

Looking for competition partners in Montreal:

Comment by Hugh Ryan on March 5, 2012 at 8:05am




05 March 2012


Announcing the SLANT AWARDS SPRING 2012 Competition and this competition is open to all, with the challenge being to design a concept plan for a city sector which is undergoing urban renewal.


As in our previous competitions we want participants to have as free a hand as possible when designing this project; therefore we are keeping the brief and the entry requirements to a minimum.


The city in question is not a real city, it has been designed solely for this competition, and its location is not being specified.


It is a generic city that could be almost anywhere in the world and participants are free to choose the country in which you would like this imaginary city to be located.


This is a worldwide competition open to all those who have an interest in landscape design and urban planning, and students are especially encouraged to enter.



Prize 1      Euro 1,000

Prize 2      Euro    600

Prize 3      Euro    400




Steve Martino FASLA (USA)         

Teresa Moller (Chile)                  

Prof Paolo l Bürgi (Switzerland)  


Closing date for submissions 11 June 2012





Emily V Black,

Competition Administrator,

Comment by Yoanna Simeon Halil on January 28, 2012 at 6:08am



The aim of the competition is to design a visionary proposal for a sustainable architectural intervention along the Suzhou Creek in Shanghai. The location of the site selected can be anywhere along the Suzhou creek as long as it is within Shanghai. The project must occupy at least 150,000 square meters of land and contain residential, office, and commercial functions. The ratio and size of the programmatic elements is up to the competitor. The project must also maximize green areas on the site. We are looking for concepts that move beyond the ordinary and address issues such as power generation, cleaning air and water pollution, and the use of innovative materials and geometries.

Comment by Andrew Harvey on November 8, 2011 at 1:18pm

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