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January 2019

January 7

Seville: El Parque de la Musica

Sevilla, the capital of Andalusia, best interprets the life style in continuous development of the entire region. The Semana Santa and the Feria de Abril that animate the streets and squares of the city are the most representative monasteries of the year. La Giralda, Plaza de Espana, the Casas de Pilatosgive value to the popular neighborhoods and are recognized as valuable architectures of the world’s artistic heritage. The Metrosol Parasol, which dominates the old town, offers a privileged point of view from which to…

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January 7


The Folly/Function competition is jointly run with Socrates Sculpture Park. It challenges architects and designers to design and build a large-scale project for public exhibition at Socrates. Folly was launched to explore the intersections and divergences between architecture and sculpture. In 2016, the competition was renamed Folly/Function and shifted in emphasis to asking entrants create lasting designs that improve the conditions in the park.

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January 7 @ 11:59 pm

Arquine Competition No.21

Can you imagine designing a pavilion for more than a thousand people? Arquine presents the call for the construction of a pavilion that will be exhibited during MEXTRÓPOLI, the Architecture and City Festival, during its edition in 2019. The international architecture competition Arquine calls for submissions to design and build a pavilion that exists in the city temporarily, is able to generate from its own discourse a sustainable approach, which contemplates an open public program, and builds a place for interaction…

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January 11 @ 6:00 am

Plastic Worlds: A Competition about Plastic in our Oceans

Our latest challenge is an effort to fight plastic waste in our waters by focusing on rivers and oceans. Plastic pollution in our oceans is one of the biggest environmental problems we are facing today on our planet. It is no longer an occurrence reserved to isolated pockets of our earth, but rather a booming global phenomenon. We invite creatives and visionaries from all around the world to join in and fight plastic pollution through raw creativity, imagination and talent. We…

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January 15 @ 8:00 pm

Theater Poster Competition

Open call: theater poster design. In an effort to celebrate the American theater scene, Two Cents invites all creatives & designers to take part in poster contest. The competition is open to all US-based theater graphic designers, illustrators and theater creatives. Participating is easy peasy: the submission of the projects starts on the 25th of November 2018 and will end on the 15th of January 2019. All entries need to be uploaded online https://www.twocentsagency.com Winners get $$$ and an exhibition in…

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January 15 @ 11:59 pm

RE School 2018 Architecture Competition

The world is growing at a break-neck speed today and with rapid urbanization, information and technology, it is demanding a constantly changing human intellect. To face these transformations, the upcoming generations need to be molded in a way that they can cope efficiently with the variations. Education can help initiate this change by altering the mindsets and outlook of people around the world. Over the last decades, education has evolved into a vital necessity for people belonging to all facets…

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January 15 @ 11:59 pm

Memory: Regathering Syria

War is the most serious reason for causing the damage to both artificial and natural landscape. Syria, one of the oldest civilizations in the world is entering it’s another year of debilitating violence at a moment of geopolitical flux. A huge deficit that is created in Syria, including corruption, bombing and communal chaos, the place has lost a lot more than what it had. With its 7th Year of catastrophe, damage assessment reports say the payback amount is over 4 times to…

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January 16 @ 9:59 pm

Vision Competition – Tallinn Architecture Biennale 2019

No one can define beauty in simple terms, nevertheless, we know that its experience is often identified with certain qualities. Mathematicians—who, unlike architects, never stopped believing in the role of beauty—knowingly, and comfortably list surprise, significance, clarity, profundity, or ambiguity, as some of its characteristics, and they point out that when order takes over disorder, ‘all falls into place.’ This pleasing moment is something that architects are familiar with too and it is a well-known step towards beauty. In our…

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January 16 @ 11:59 pm

The Forge Prize 2019

The Forge Prize recognizes innovation in the use of steel. Established by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), the prize invites practicing architects to submit proposals for visionary designs that embrace steel as the primary structural component. The Forge Prize is organized by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) and is intended to engage designers in developing imaginative designs that bolster steel as the 21st-century building material of choice through a two-stage design challenge, culminating with a public announcement event of…

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January 21 @ 12:00 pm

2018 Chicago Prize Competition: Crossing the Line

The Chicago Architectural Club (CAC) is pleased to announce the 2018 Chicago Prize Competition: Crossing The Line.  A call for entries for the 2018 Chicago Prize is taking place as of November 30th, 2018 with the announcement of the winning entries in February of 2019. The crossing of an imaginary line 100 years ago resulted in the death of an African-American teenager named Eugene Williams, inciting the Chicago Race Riot of 1919. This chain of events demonstrates the power of lines – conceptual…

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January 21 @ 5:11 pm

ACSF Symposium at Taliesin West

The Architecture, Culture, and Spirituality Forum will hold its 2019 Symposium (ACSF 11) at Taliesin West in Scottsdale, Arizona, an internationally recognized icon and destination for architects, landscape architects, and designers. Illuminated by the visionary and mystical figure of Frank Lloyd Wright, Taliesin West offers participants the perfect context in which meditate, sense, discuss, and plan how to best harness the continuous interactions between nature, design, and spirituality. It also permits attendees to consider the little-addressed yet important legacy of…

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January 22 @ 11:59 pm

Outros Territorios – Call for Urban Intervention Projects

Vazio S/A, Coletivo Aurora and Eduardo de Jesus have launched the open competition Outros Territórios – International Call for Urban Intervention.  Outros Territórios (Other Territories) is a suite of ephemeral interventions proposed for a hilly neighborhood in Belo Horizonte, Brazil called Buritis. The plan envisages an instantaneous transformation of the landscape through the simultaneous occupation of the many stilt systems propping up the hillside buildings. The array of forgotten spaces, ignored for their unsightly strangeness, will be infused with city life through an event that…

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