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New architecture and design competitions focusing on sustainability and the economy

River Thames. Photo by Johannes Plenio from Pexels
River Thames. Photo by Johannes Plenio from Pexels

By Katherine Guimapang

As everyone eases into the summer season, why not spend that free time challenging yourself by entering a design competition. Although COVID-19 and other economic issues have continued to make headlines, efforts to address sustainability have remained a priority amongst the architecture community. If you’re interested in pitching your best designs, ideas, and written works, Bustler has 6 competitions you shouldn’t miss.

*The following competitions are organized by registration and submission due date.

 

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Sustainable Revolution
Presented by: Zuecca Projects
Register/Submit Deadline:  Sunday, Jun 21, 2020

The International Call for Submissions “Sustainable Revolution” is open to Architecture and Engineering Firms, Designers, Projects and Companies that are forward looking into the future and offering sustainable solutions and possibilities to the New World we will go to inhabit from here on out. Selected projects and submissions will be included in the exhibition “Sustainable Revolution” organized by Zuecca Projects in Venice,  from August 28 to October 30, 2020 .

 

THE HUMANKIND: AFTER COVID-19
Presented by: theARK.design
Registration Deadline:  Tuesday, Jul 21, 2020
Submission Deadline:  Monday, Aug 10, 2020

Propose a visionary project that helps to revive the economy of a region, city or community affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. In a perfect harmony of architecture, economy and environment, the competition aims to generate visionary ideas that mark the after of the pandemic and inspire different organizations to draw up a “PLAN B” for the world economy. The proposal address one or more solutions for economic problems that emerged from the COVID-19 outbreak (e.g., jobs generation, unemployment, housing, reactivation for sectors like tourism, cultural or sports, support local business and entrepreneurs, macro-solutions for public spaces, etc).

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