Kaunas City Municipality and Malcolm Reading Consultants (MRC) have launched the Kaunas M.K. Čiurlionis Concert Centre International Design Contest. It is being run as an anonymous, one-stage competition and invites architects from across the world to produce concept designs for an emblematic new building of national and international significance. When speaking of the importance of […]
We’re calling for designs of a distinctive bar for Scottish whisky company The Balvenie – your design will come to life at the 2017 IDEA Gala Party.
Genton Architecture has been announced as the winner of the Frankston Station redesign competition, with a floating screen structure which draws inspiration from the beach.
With previous winning designs by John Wardle Architects and M@ STUDIO Architects, the competition calls on architects to submit proposals for the activation of the Grollo Equiset Garden, through the intervention of a participatory, evocative and thought-provoking work of temporary architecture.
Kengo Kuma, among a slew of other noted architects from around the world, will be chairing an international design competition that promotes peace. The Kaira Looro International Architecture competition is calling for young architects (including groups) from around the world to submit their speculative work. The competition aims to create a holy symbol through architecture […]
Above image appears courtesy of Workshopped. ADR looks at some of the most popular design competitions in Australia that acknowledge and reward the talent of local students and emerging designers. VIVID One of Australia’s longest running design competitions, Vibrant Visions in Design (VIVID), celebrates emerging designers and helps them kick start their careers. The competition […]
Woods Bagot has been announced the winner of Schiavello’s Future Workplace competition, and now is your chance to cast a vote in the People’s Choice.
The team at Matt Gibson A+D has been announced as the winner for the Miele Immer Besser design competition, with their proposal for an ultra-flexible apartment space.
Woods Bagot has won a design competition for Parramatta’s iconic mixed-use building at 8 Phillip Street. The 54-storey structure will include 35 levels of apartments, a proposed five-star hotel, rooftop bar and will integrate with the existing Heritage St Andrew’s Church and St Andrew’s Hall.