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New architecture and design competitions: Barbican Renewal, Phil Freelon Design Awards, National Design Museum, and Daylight Award

Included in this week’s curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler are four briefs inviting entries

Lakeside terrace at the Barbican Centre in London. A new competition seeking to revamp the aging complex is now accepting submissions (details below). Photo: Max Colson, image courtesy Barbican Centre.
Lakeside terrace at the Barbican Centre in London. A new competition seeking to revamp the aging complex is now accepting submissions (details below). Photo: Max Colson, image courtesy Barbican Centre.

Included in this week’s curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler are four briefs inviting entries to the NOMA Phil Freelon Professional Design Awards, research and architecture nominations for the Daylight Award, design proposals for the National Design Museum in the Korean city of Sejong, and renewal schemes for London’s famed brutalist complex, the Barbican Centre.

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The Daylight Award 2022
Register/Submit Deadline: Thursday, Sep 30, 2021

“Nominations for The Daylight Award 2022, the dual prize for research and architecture are open until 30 September 2021. This is a unique opportunity for researchers and architects to acknowledge fellow professionals for their dedicated focus on daylight.”

 

International Design Competition for National Design Museum
Registration Deadline: Friday, Oct 1, 2021
Submission Deadline: Monday, Oct 11, 2021

“This design competition is classified as general design competition and international design competition. Site Location: cultural facility lot (Culture S-1) in Sejong-ri (Area S-1), Sejong, Korea. Scale : 2 stories below ground, 22m or less in height, 5 stories or less above ground. The site area and building area for calculating the building-to-land ratio is based on the sum of the existing facilities (Children’s Museum, Integrated Facility, Museum of Urbanism and Architecture). Both domestic and foreign architects (Licensed Architects, including corporations) can participate.”

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