The competition is set in a Korean village and seeks solutions for the reconstitution of residential facilities, the rehabilitation of older buildings and the insertion of new constructions. It focuses on the former warehouses of Nonghyup and former children’s centers in Sari-Myeon, Goesan-Gun Chungcheongbuk-Do.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has launched an international design competition to redevelop and extend its 1966 headquarters in Geneva. The new facilities, a 25,000 square metre office block and 700-space underground car park will replace a series of smaller additions, hastily constructed in response to various health crises in the years after the main building was completed.
Akademiska Hus Region Väst hereby invites submissions to a project competition for the design of a new university building for the School of Business, Economics and Law at the University of Gothenburg. The competition is being organised in consultation with the City of Göteborg, the Swedish Transport Administration and the Swedish Association of Architects.
Kiievi Linnavalitsus ja Ukraina Kultuuriministeerium kutsuvad osa võtma rahvusvahelisest võistlusest, mille eesmärgiks on leida parim ideelahendus Maidanil hukkunute mälestuseks kavandatavale memoriaalikompleksile Kiievis.
Project Baltia and art hostel Yarky announce an open international competition to design a summer residential module as part of the first YARKYFEST summer architecture festival. The five winning projects will be realized at Yarky by August 2nd, 2014.
2014. aasta arhitektuuriüliõpilastele mõeldud VELUXi rahvusvaheline konkurss IVA2014, mis tähistab oma 10. aastapäeva, kutsub arhitektuuriüliõpilasi kogu maailmast uurima ja hindama päevavalgust arhitektuuris selle kõige laiemas tähenduses.
‘Warwick Junction’, a unique location within central Durban, is the site for the international competition open to architecture students worldwide, launched as part of the next UIA congress in South Africa (3-7 August 2014).
The International Architectural Restoration Prize entitled “Fassa Bortolo Domus restoration and preservation”, conceived and promoted in 2010 by Fassa S.p.A., owners of the “Fassa Bortolo” brand, and by the Ferrara University Architecture Department to celebrate its twentieth anniversary, was established for the purpose of rewarding and promoting to the public at large architectural restoration works that have managed to best interpret the preservation principles shared by the scientific community, including through the use of contemporary forms of expression.