As the world’s population shifts from rural areas towards dense urban cores, skyscrapers, urban infill, and redevelopment will become even more important in the structure of our lives. Now In its 6th year, the eVolo Skyscraper Competition is currently accepting entries for future-forward skyscrapers that redefine how we envision urban design. They’re looking for buildings which examine the relationship between the skyscraper and the natural world, the skyscraper and the community and the skyscraper and urban living, so if you have a project that pushes the envelope in these areas register today!
Each year the showcases some incredible examples of future-forward architecture, and we can’t wait to see what next year’s crop brings. The competition officially opened on June 15th and will be accepting registration up until January 12, 2010, with submission entries due January 18th, 2010. The top 3 entries will receive cash prizes, and designs will be featured on design websites, television documentaries and galleries. For full details on the competition, registration and entry requirements, check out the eVolo website.
+ Past Coverage of eVolo Competition on Inhabitat