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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
Like every year here is German Lenne price competition
more details here : Lenne Price 2012
ONE PRIZE 2011: WATER AS THE SIXTH BOROUGH
January 10, 2011: Registration opens; Question period opens April 30, 2011: Registration closes
$200 Firm entry
$100 Student entry
ONE PRIZE Cash Award of $10,000 Press coverage by One Prize media sponsors.Presentation of Designs at the Award Ceremony and Exhibition. Prom…[Read more]
Marking of Georgetown – Ideas Competition
The State Government of Penang, Malaysia invites submissions for an international competition for design ideas to physically brand the historic city of George Town, Penang in conjunction with its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.
Design category: Marking of Public Space
Using available p…[Read more]
The Land Art Generator Initiative Dubai is the artworld’s responsible answer to the question: “What comes after oil?”
The designs should be considered first and foremost as Land Art Installations. The considerations for energy generation should come in a close second. What this means is that the installations are art first, power plants sec…[Read more]
The International Garden Festival-Canada is preparing its eleventh edition and is issuing a call for proposals to select designers who will create temporary gardens to be presented from June 26 to October 3, 2010 on the site of Les Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens. This call for proposals is open to all landscape architects, architects,…[Read more]
You can still try famous festival in Chaumont.
New brief for the Annual Cleveland Competition comes out in a week. Might be a bit more architecturally oriented this year (design for a transit center), but should still have some master planning efforts and good public space design.
Yeah, Paul Keating has pretty much laid wasted to Barangaroo. It is a shame but at least it looks like Thallis is going to go down without a fight.
thanks Vladimir for the comment, I agree competitions need to be transparent, it’s good to be reminded that we live in the world of politics and connections. SO even if u have the very good design u will be a winner, sad truth…..
It reminds me one competition I idid in Lodz,Poland where the winner for the big square had a photo of Toronto…[Read more]
Before you embark on any competition I advise you to check the political context. Bevare of any competition that has politicians as judges. Anglo – saxon countries have tendency to compromise the results and often completely change the outcome.
One such competition just happened In Sydney (Darling Harbour East) where due to unacceptable meddling…[Read more]
Design Montreal’s Bus Shelters
competition for a new bus shelter, including the advertising poster
frame, bench and solar power system, to be used by the Société de
transport de Montréal (STM)The deadline for submitting entries is noon on September 30, 2009. Note documents in French 🙂
Wide Open Ideas Competition for Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China
generate debate and ideas for re-designing part of the most important urban space in the history of Chinese Civilization. We hope this will also set a new course for Eastern Landscape Architecture, helping in the development of an ecologically and culturally distinctive design…[Read more]
There is a competition in the City of Charlottesville, Va., for the design of a Clock for their famous pedestrian downtown mall..The prize is $1,500, I think. Nice little project!
New York one:
and more serious competition 🙂 then the last one, but it might be short notice.
DEADLINE 16.09.2009, for LA up to 36yrs( or 39- they have two figures in different location) old 🙂
In recognition of Otto Linne’s 140th birthday, Hamburg would like to encourage interested participants to investigate the water-bearing hillside located between the E…[Read more]
that people can use to reclaim public space each and everyday of the year. POP.Parks will be public spaces produced from readily available, reclaimed or post-consumer recycled materials that will emerge from a regular, cardboard box.
POP.Parks should be no larger than 8’x15′ – the size of a regular car parking spot. The cost of building a…[Read more]
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