Architecture Competition 2022, Design Contests, Architectural Prizes, Student Awards, Ideas
International Architectural Contest deadlines / prizes / contact details / news
post updated 16 July 2022
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Architecture Competitions in 2022
Recently Added Architectural Contests – listed chronologically
The Cuban Square Architecture Competition
9 September 2022 – 11.59 AM CET: Early registration
21 October 2022 – 11.59 AM CET: Standard registration
18 November 2022 – 11.59 AM CET: Late registration
Location: Plaza de la Revolución, Vedado district, west side of Old Havana, Cuba
Architecture Drawing Prize 2022
9 September 2022: submissions deadline
Entries for The Architecture Drawing Prize 2022 are now open:
In partnership with Make Architects and Sir John Soane’s Museum, World Architecture Festival (WAF) announces the call for entries for the sixth edition of The Architecture Drawing Prize. Launched in 2017, this international architecture prize was established to celebrate and showcase the art and skill of architectural drawing.
arch8 The Soul Temple Design Competition
(30 Jun 2022: Early-bird Registration)
20 July 2022: Standard Registration
10 August 2022: Late Registration
With urbanisation comes a distinct combination of benefits and drawbacks. This population shift is accompanied by economic expansion and industrialisation, as well as significant shifts in social structure and family life patterns.
2A Continental Architectural Awards 2022
31 July 2022: registration deadline
City of Flint Municipal Center design competition, Genesee County, Michigan, USA
(1 July 2022: registration deadline)
31 July 2022: entry deadline
The American Institute of Architects–Flint has announced a conceptual design competition for the City of Flint’s mid-century modern Municipal Center.
The 23-acre campus is split between seven government office buildings on the North side of Stevens Street, with a gas station, pawn shop, and vacant office building on the South side of the street. Currently the site is underutilized and much of the interior space of the buildings is unoccupied.
The focus of the competition is to develop the site into a vibrant, mixed use, walkable community that will spur greater public use and bring further investment to the downtown area. While the AIA acknowledges the site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2019 for its representation of International Style architecture, this should not limit the designer as to their proposal.
The participant should propose a design solution that they think makes the best use of the site to accommodate the design requirements, whether that is through renovation of the existing buildings or redevelopment of the entire campus.
Register by July 1; the deadline for entries is July 31, 2022.
Download the design brief and instructions.
No date confirmed as yet:
City Of The Future Competition
Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland
£10 k Prize
Take Back the City Coalition is launching an international competition for architects, planners and urban design consultants to submit a design to transform Belfast’s largest publicly owned site. With the potential for 950 gentle density homes in the area of highest social housing need in Belfast, entrants are being encouraged to submit design concepts to help transform the site formerly occupied by Mackies, once one of West Belfast’s largest employers.
The Drawing Board Competition
The Drawing Board is an international competition for architecture students held every year by Rohan Builders and Mindspace Architects.
What is The Drawing Board Competition?
The fundamental goal of this work is to provide a platform for students to grasp the crucial role played by architecture in determining the way communities grow. It was conceived as an attempt to provide architectural students with real-world design issues in real-world settings.
There are two phases to the competition. Students are required to submit their design presentations online in the first phase. In the second stage, the top eight entries, as determined by a panel of judges, are given the opportunity to present themselves in person to an architectural jury. Soumitra Ghosh, Naresh Medappa, Bijoy Ramachandran, Rahul Kadri, Sanjay Patil, Prasanna Desai, Rahul Gore, Takaharu Tezuka, Bijoy Jain, Neelkanth Chhaya, Peter Stutchbury, and Rupali Gupte have all been a part of this initiative in the previous years.
Response to this competition in the last six years has been very inspiring, with over 5000+ students registering from 500+ colleges from 40+ countries, including India. To learn more about us, please visit www.thedrawingboard.in or follow us on Instagram at instagram.com/thedrawingboard.in/.
Why do we do this?
Thoughtful and sensitive architecture has been the soul of all our delivered projects. The goodwill and credibility that ROHAN has built over the past 29 years has been heavily dependent on all our architects. With this initiative, we intend to do our bit to facilitate and encourage young minds in the field of architecture and shall always remain grateful to everyone for their support.
This year’s design challenge is in honour of Ar. Charles Correa, an architect who is known across the globe.
Rohan Builders and Developers Pvt. Ltd.
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Miami Floating Housing Competition 2022
August 2, 2022: $55 Advanced Entry deadline
September 27, 2022: $75 Early Entry deadline
November 8, 2022: $95 Regular Entry deadline
November 9, 2022 (11:59pm EST): submission deadline
Miami is facing two major emergencies.
First, it has become the least affordable US city to live in. Its housing stock has been depleted by its quickly growing population, accelerated by more people moving during the recent pandemic. Recent reports suggest nearly 1000 people are moving to Florida each day. New developments are pushing rental rates and costs of housing higher, making areas now unaffordable, and pricing people out of their neighborhoods.
2A City-Architecture Movie Awards 2022
15 August 2022: registration deadline
Oceania Nature-based Urban Adaptation driven by Indigenous Knowledge Design Competition
18 November 2022: entry deadline
3) Youth / General Public
For more information and registration details for the NUWAO design competition please visit: www.nuwao.org.nz.
We invite design professionals and practitioners, university students, youth / rangatahi and the general public to participate in envisioning how to develop innovative nature-based urban design solutions, rooted in Indigenous knowledge that support climate change adaptation and individual and community wellbeing. If you could imagine a happier and healthier way of living that supports the resilience of community and our ecologies, what would that look like and how does that work?
18 Nov 2022
PRIZE MONEY | per category:
1ST Prize NZ$1500
Runner up (X2) NZ$500
Special mentions up to NZ$300
1) Rebecca Kiddle
2) Huhanna Smith
3) Lama Tone
Blue Rendering Challenge 2022
20 November 2022: registration deadline
22 November 2022: submission deadline
Presentation skills are just as important as designing; one of the best mediums to present your architectural designs is through rendering. Architectural rendering aims to create life-like experiences of the buildings before they are built.
Tubądzin Design Awards
Deadline: 31 November 2022
From 1 March, projects can be submitted for the Tubądzin Design Awards. This is the fourth edition of the competition.
This year, TDA is guided by the idea of designing to meet global challenges, which is reflected in an additional, special competition category – CULTURE FORM.
The prize pool is EUR 78,000.
Offsite Construction Awards
The Concrete Centre is delighted to be sponsoring the Best Use of Concrete Technology category for another year in the Offsite Construction Awards. The 2021 entries are now open, so please ensure you submit your project or innovation by the 28th May deadline.
More about the category – Best Use of Concrete Technology
This category will reward the exemplar use of precast concrete in a project across any UK construction sector. Including floor and wall panels, cladding, volumetric and pod technology, pre-stressed units and formwork systems, the entrant will have used concrete as a major factor in delivering quality, factory-controlled, robust and sustainable offsite manufacture.
Special attention will be given to material performance levels and any project should clearly demonstrate how cost-predictability, economy, accuracy, transportability, speed of installation and principles of lean manufacture have been achieved.
Last year’s winners – Kier Integrated Team – New Build Prison at Wellingborough
Winners of the category in 2020 were Kier Integrated Team – New Build Prison at Wellingborough. This vast £253m project delivers 1,680 prison places and is the first in a series of schemes to reform and modernise the prison estate to make it more efficient, safer and focused on rehabilitation.
Wellingborough is the perfect blend of digital and DfMA advancement; providing direct project benefits, wider economic gains, as well as programme-wide improvements through standardisation, digital integration and MMC leaving a legacy that will transform the way the Ministry of Justice deliver future prisons.
Why enter the Offsite Construction Awards?
- Benefit from free publicity within Offsite Construction Awards promotion.
- All categories are free to enter.
- Stand out as a leader in the industry.
- Have your projects/companies assessed by a distinguished panel of industry experts and receive quality feedback and recognition for your outstanding work.
- Receive a specially commissioned winner’s trophy – giving recognition to your staff and team that their hard work is acknowledged and rewarded by the industry.
For more information, please visit www.offsiteawards.co.uk
The Concrete Centre provides material, design and construction guidance. Our aim is to enable all those involved in the design, use and performance of concrete to realise the potential of the material. The Concrete Centre provides published guidance, seminars, courses, online resources and industry research to the design community.
For more information visit: www.concretecentre.com
Arquine Competition No.23 Pavilion
Arquine call out for design of a meeting point in the public space, keeping a safe distance.
Architecture Competitions 2020 Archive
Past Architecture Competitions – selection:
eVolo 2021 Skyscraper Competition
eVolo Magazine invite architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around the globe to take part in the 2021 Skyscraper Competition. Established in 2006, the annual Skyscraper Competition is one of the world’s most prestigious awards for high-rise architecture.
Architecture Competitions Links
Architectural Contests – links to cyclical architectural competitions:
eVolo Skyscraper Design Competition
eVolo Skyscraper Architecture Competitions
Reuse the Roman Ruin: Piscina Mirabilis Design Competition, southern Italy
The second edition of the cultural project Reuse Italy promotes an international architecture competition on the reuse of Piscina Mirabilis, a Roman reservoir located in the countryside of Naples.
Reuse the Roman Ruin: Piscina Mirabilis Design Competition
Major Architecture Awards
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