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New architecture and design competitions in Canada, Czech Republic, Norway & United States

For our latest weekly curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler, we have chosen four newly posted challenges from different regions of the world.

By Alexander Walter

The briefs call for the design of a new train station for the city of Brno, reimagination of Toronto’s historic Ontario Place, revamp of Washington D.C.’s Dupont Circle, and a 5-day student design competition hosted in Oslo.

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Re-Think Dupont Circle
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, Dec 4, 2020

Dupont Underground has just launched their second International Design Competition: Re-Think Dupont Circle. One of the key public spaces in Pierre Charles L’Enfant’s famous urban plan for the nation’s capital, Dupont Circle was not built out until the late 19th century and has not seen a significant redesign since the 1940’s when the automobile was ascendant. We feel it’s well past time to rethink Dupont Circle as a social, human-centered, public space. The competition covers the immediate urban area of Dupont Circle and it takes place at two scales (micro & macro) that must be interwoven through concept and design. Call for submissions and registration is now open through December 4th, 2020. 

120 HOURS 2020
Register/Submit Deadline: Saturday, Sep 26, 2020

120 HOURS – the world’s leading architecture competition for and by students, just announced the dates for its 10th annual competition. The competition will be held from September 21st to 26th. Do you have what it takes to convince the jury in only 5 days?

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