Summary: This open call invites participants to face the design of an urban housing or mixed-use tower. Description: To participate in this competition means to work on the avant-garde, innovative and visionary proposals promoting new ideas on how to better manage the growing density of cities with designs that contribute

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Call for Ideas: City-led Design Competition

Summary: The Streets for People Challenge is an initiative of the Smart Cities Mission of the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs and ITDP India Programme. The Challenge inspires cities to reimagine their streets as public spaces through the lens of economic regeneration, safety, and child-friendly interventions, in order to

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Low Rise: Housing Ideas for Los Angeles

Summary: Low-Rise: Housing Ideas for Los Angeles is a $100,000 design challenge asking architects and landscape architects to imagine appealing and sustainable new models of low-rise, multi-unit housing. Description: Participants in this competition may enter in any or all of the following categories. Fourplex: Assuming a 50-by-150-foot lot, submit a design that

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Urban Adaptation

Summary: THE URBAN ADAPTATION COMPETITION challenges architects and students from around the world to find a way to create multi-use buildings which can adapt to the changing needs of the urban community. Entrants are asked to select a centrally-located empty plot in a city area and develop an innovative modular

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Summary: The Face of Renovation is an open international contest for the development of architectural solution concepts of buildings under the program of housing stock renovation in Moscow. Description: We invite Russian and international teams of architects with relevant experience in volumetric-spatial design. The competition features 31 sites; they will

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Toronto Affordable Housing Challenge

Summary: Toronto is among the ten most expensive major housing markets in the world, and housing prices are predicted to rise again in 2020 by almost 10%, according to the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board. The reason housing prices in Toronto are so disproportionate to household incomes is mainly due

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