DESIGN COMPETITIONS
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Redesign Montpelier as America’s greenest state capital to win $10,000August 19th, 2016

Net Zero Vermont, Inc. has launched a the Sustainable Montpelier 2030 Design Competition in search of proposals to reinvent...

Design a vertical cemetery for Tokyo to win $5,000September 23rd, 2016

Finding a suitable place to rest the dead in land-scarce Tokyo is becoming more difficult than ever. To help...

AECOM and Van Alen Institute launch the 2016 Urban SOS student competitionSeptember 12th, 2016

It’s that time of year again—AECOM and Van Alen Institute have just launched the annual Urban SOS competition, inviting...

Win a share of $1 million in the Play Everywhere ChallengeMay 31st, 2016

Got an idea to incorporate play in public space? If so, submit it to the Play Everywhere Challenge, a...

Enter the Vertical Farming Student Design Competition to win $5,000 and a trip to AmsterdamMarch 31st, 2016

Are you a student with a vision for the future of food? Submit your visionary idea to the 2016...

Reinvent the iconic New York State Pavilion for a shot at $5,000July 1st, 2016

One of New York City’s most iconic buildings is poised for a dramatic comeback—and it needs your help. The...

Submit your designs for improving San Francisco’s Tenderloin district for a shot at £4,500!May 11th, 2016

San Francisco is a beautiful city, but it’s also home to one of the country’s most distressed and dangerous...

Ctrl+Space launches the VENICE Re-Creation Centre architecture competitionApril 30th, 2016

Do you have a good idea for bringing an abandoned urban site back to life? If so, Ctrl+Space wants...

Call for entries: ARCHmedium’s Berlin University Residences architecture competitionApril 10th, 2016

Calling all architecture students and young architects: ARCHmedium has launched Berlin University Residences, their newest international competition that seeks...

Design a publicly engaging aquarium and park for NYC—Win $2K!April 4th, 2016

New York City’s waterfronts have largely been gobbled up by private development, but it’s not too late to bring...