For our latest weekly curated picks of architecture and design competitions listed on Bustler, we have chosen four newly posted challenges calling for outstanding works of architectural delineation, proposals for a landmark project in Atlanta, the best use of brick in architecture, and concepts for a more just and equitable ‘city for all.’
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The 46th Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob)
Register/Submit Deadline: Thursday, Oct 22, 2020
The Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition (KRob) has celebrated the best in architectural delineation for 46 years. A Dallas classic that has received international recognition, KRob honors hand and digital delineation by professionals and students throughout the world. Averaging over 400 entries from 25 countries in the past several years, the competition’s visibility continues to grow. The Ken Roberts Memorial Delineation Competition is the most senior architectural drawing competition currently in operation anywhere in the world.
2020 Brick in Architecture Awards
Register/Submit Deadline: Monday, Nov 30, 2020
The Brick Industry Association (BIA) has opened entries for the 2020 Brick in Architecture Awards—launching a new overall Craftsmanship Award honoring exceptionally artful installation. […] As the nation’s leading architectural design competition featuring fired-clay brick, all submissions must use clay brick as the project’s primary building material.
CBDX CITIES FOR ALL
Register/Submit Deadline: Thursday, Dec 31, 2020
This international design ideas competition—the first in the CBDX series—asks, What does a city for all look like? How does it operate and function? How can it come into being? What place, structure, thing, system, process, or relationship must be forged to engender a more just and equitable ‘city for all’? And in particular—this is perhaps the most crucial question—the competition asks, How are these aims navigated by, through, and with the current uncertainty wrought by the ongoing global pandemic and the long-term existential threats of environmental degradation and climate change?