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New architecture and design competitions: Forge Prize, Warming Huts, AIA COTE Top Ten for Students, and Driehaus Form-Based Code Award

In this week’s curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler, we have included four challenges calling for form-based codes that promote people-scaled development, huts and art installations for Winnipeg’s famed winter competition, outstanding steel structures by emerging architects, and student design studio projects that embrace issues of health, sustainability, and equity.

This design for a pedestrian bridge in San Diego's Balboa Park by Hunter Ruthrauff won the 2021 Forge Prize. The latest edition is now open for submissions (details below).
This design for a pedestrian bridge in San Diego’s Balboa Park by Hunter Ruthrauff won the 2021 Forge Prize. The latest edition is now open for submissions (details below).

For the complete directory of newly listed competitions click here.

 

2021 Driehaus Form-Based Code Award
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, Aug 6, 2021

“The Richard H. Driehaus Form-Based Code Award is back for its 15th year! If your community has adopted a form-based code that is promoting people-scaled development and a mix of uses, your code may be a great example for others! The Driehaus Award recognizes exemplary form-based codes that advance the practice of form-based zoning in both composition and implementation. Both newly-adopted and established codes showing positive built results are eligible. FBCI encourages applications for codes that have been adopted for disinvested neighborhoods or communities of color, or that have been drafted by minority professionals.”

 

Warming Huts: An Art + Architecture Competition On Ice v.2022
Register/Submit Deadline: Tuesday, Oct 5, 2021

“Three teams will be selected as winners of the WARMING HUTS COMPETITION: Arts + Architecture Competition on Ice from submissions of designs for a warming hut or art installation. Winning entries will be placed along the River Trail located on the Assiniboine and Red rivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba. A jury will select the winning designs based on their creativity in use of materials, providing shelter, poetics of assembly and form, integration with the landscape, and ease of construction.”

Read on >>>> Source: Bustler New architecture and design competitions: Forge Prize, Warming Huts, AIA COTE Top Ten for Students, and Driehaus Form-Based Code Award

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