30+ Architecture Competition Winners

by | Feb 2, 2020

A career in an architecture industry can become pretty rewarding. Especially, if you come across an opportunity to prove yourself as an architect.

From sustainable architecture to earthquake-proof buildings – we’ve gathered 30+ Architecture Competition Winners, that sure receive our bonus points for creativity! And for disrupting the architecture we’re all so used to seeing.

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1. Winning Competition Submission – Story of Atoms

Winning Architects: Manuel Alejandro Suárez Hernández and Haruka Tonegawa

The idea behind this design is to promote positivity during the sorrow process itself. The cemetery will be publically open, along with many memorial trees and flowers there, for the “body-composing” atoms to maintain a “societal existence”.

The name of the project itself states, that even when the body dies, the atoms still stay there. The design means to indulge in harmony while processing such things and celebrate different life stories.

story of atoms

The Competition: Dying – Alternative Designs For Cemeteries

This competition encourages its participants to propose different ways of honoring the dead, as that has drastically changed.

Today, accelerated urbanization and densification position cemeteries as part of urban space. Is there a new way of how we can do it in this century? Designers are urged to explore new means of this ritual by suggesting devices, interior design projects, buildings, urban plans or other creations.

dying competition logo
  • Event main prize*: 1000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 27.08.2019
  • Submission deadline: 31.08.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 65 EUR
  • Organizer: Non-architecture competitions

2. Winning Competition Submission – Vertical Park

The main idea of “The Vertical Park” truly is what the wordplay between parks and parking is. By challenging the traditional concept of horizontal parking, that we are all very much used to, The Vertical Park combines city towers and parks to bring more eco-friendliness to the city lifestyle.

Besides the vertical parking space, the building is also meant to include:

  • a telefric (an aerial tramway)
  • free jumping space
  • a green roof with growing trees
  • vertical farming areas
  • a maintenance floor with the soil for trees
  • a filtration system and pumbs for the waterfall.
vertical park winning proposal
“The Vertical Park” challenges traditional parking and city lifestyle with a sustainable approach. Image by Design Competitions UNI.


The competition: Yo Parking – Urban parking that evolves

With cities growing at a fast pace, we must rethink how we use space and how transportation is distributed within them.

Contenders are invited to propose innovative designs for parking towers that will hold at least 300 cars, will be friendly for city inhabitants and will blend in with functionality and aesthetics.

yo parking competition
  • Event main prize*: 1500 USD
  • Registration deadline: 30.08.2019
  • Submission deadline: 09.09.2019
  • Site location: New York, USA
  • Area/perspective: Parking lot/ Concept
  • Registration fee *: 20-160 USD
  • Organizer: competitions.uni

3. Winning Competition Submission: Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art in Sharjah

Winning Architects:  Rolando Rodriguez and Natalia Wrzask

Rolando Rodriguez and Natalia Wrzask are the co-founders of AIDIA STUDIO.

The firm specializes in the experimentation of various designs in architecture, urbanism, photography and other disciplines. Each of their projects, as stated, starts with a brainstorm of ideas out of which only the “best” ones get implemented.

The proposed project touches upon traditional architecture. It makes an emphasis on the Emirati weaving structure on the roof area. In addition to that, it also reflects the differential shade patterns on the walls due to the sun’s changing position throughout the day.

The proposal includes an interpretation of barjeel – a traditional Iranian architecture element for natural ventilation in buildings. That serves as a good representing the element of modern art & design in the Arab World.

barjeel museum winning proposal
Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art in Sharjah” touches upon traditional Emirati architecture elements. Image by Rifat Chadirji.

The competition: Barjeel Museum for Modern Arab Art in Sharjah – UAE

Engineers, architects, designers, and students from all over the world are invited to design a new landmark for the city Sharjah in the UAE. The city hosts the Barjeel collection and is an important representative of modern art and design in the Arab World.

barjeel museum
  • Event main prize*: 5000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 30.08.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.09.2019
  • Site location: Sharjah, UAE
  • Area/perspective: Museum
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: The Rifat Chadirji

4. Winning Competition Submission: New Arrangement of The Drava Promenade

Winning Architects: Maruša Zorec, Martina Tepina, Ana Merklin, Jan Žonta, Nika Curk, Špela Zakrajšek Rok Willenpart, Luka Javornik, and Danijel Mohorič.

The project revolves around establishing a connection across the river board and a new footbridge. Not only does it look aesthetically pleasing, but Drava River being one of Maribor’s main sights, very much needed a promenade that made it look this inviting! The proposal most definitely allows its pedestrians to enjoy the delightful sight of the river while using this bridge.

winner of drava promenade competition

The competition: Arrangement of the Drava promenade

The municipality of Maribor is looking for the most suitable solution, of the new promenade by the Drava river. Contestants should take into consideration geographical conditions and surrounding landmarks, as well as creative design solutions. It is suggested that proposals could include facilities for leisure, recreational and sports activities.

Maribor architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 10000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 30.08.2019
  • Submission deadline: 30.08.2019
  • Site location: Maribor, Slovenia
  • Area/perspective: Urban development
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: City of Maribor

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5. Winning Competition Submission: 360 Pier

Winning Architects: Createur Studio

Createur Studio had managed to capture its audience in this competition with its outstanding design of the “360 Pier”. Since its initially supposed to blend in with the landmark, the outline of the pier looks very well thought-through and promising. The winning 400€ were indeed very well-deserved!

360 pier winning proposal
“360 Pier” by Createur Studio.

The competition: A PIER IN THE LAKE

Design proposals are asked to envision a new pier built in the Liqeni I Farkës lake. A new architecture piece should blend in the surrounding landmark and could reactivate how people interact with the environment they are living in.

Participants should consider how will the new pier serve local and international tourists all year long, how it will allow them to explore basin in an unexpected manner and way of pier contributing to sustainability.

pier in the lake  architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 1000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 31.08.2019
  • Submission deadline: 08.09.2019
  • Site location: Tirana, Albania
  • Area/perspective: Leisure design
  • Registration fee *: 50-100 EUR
  • Organizer: Tirana Design Week

6.Winning Competition Submission: Recuerdos de Notre Dame

Winning Architect: Ricardo Roda

The proposal contains a new perspective on Notre Dame’s architecture. The rooms on the inside give an updated experience of an area, as well as manage to create more “openness”. The project also touches upon the inclusion of accelerating the sustainable architecture movement. The inside of the building has a proposed room filled with planted trees and water areas.

“Recuerdos de Notre Dame”
“Recuerdos de Notre Dame” by Ricardo Roda. Image by reTHINKING Competitions.



In the middle of April, the world was watching the tragedy in Paris- burning Notre-Dame. Could we use this global catastrophe to rethink the way how we see their heritage in today’s culture, in today’s cities? Hosts invite participants to explore possibilities of the new dialogues between past and contemporary architectures?

Northe damme rethink design
  • Event main prize*: 1000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 04.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 04.09.2019
  • Site location: Paris, France
  • Area/perspective: Redesign
  • Registration fee *: 45-85 EUR
  • Organizer: Re Th!nk


7. Winning Competition Submission: Reflection of the past

Winning Architects: Karolina Chodura and Joanna Rozbrój

The design proposes establishing a connection between the city itself and the river. It includes a series of interventions that help bring “water” towards bigger public perspectives.

The idea behind the proposal aims to explore the temporary interventions that make an appearance only at certain times. This principle is applied to the river on Krakow’s main square, whose appearance is not completely stable, as it can be there for both long and a short period of time before it disappears again.

"Reflection of the past" by Karolina Chodura and Joanna Rozbrój
“Reflection of the past” by Karolina Chodura and Joanna Rozbrój. Image by Link to Poland.

The competition: International Biennale of Architecture Krakow 2019

Participants are offered to participate in proposing concepts for new urban planning, architectural solutions, installations or other proposals for the city of Krakow.

The municipality of Kraków seeks new orientation within the Old Town urban space in relation to the bank of the Vistula River. There are no really specific requirements set up. Contestants are welcome to choose the project’s scale and types of visual materials presented by themselves.

International biennale of Architecture Krakow competition 2019
  • Event main prize*: 11500 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 04.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 04.09.2019
  • Site location: Krakow, Poland
  • Area/perspective: Urban design
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: Municipality of Kraków


8. Winning Competition Submission: Vertical Warehouse

“Vertical Warehouse” project solves the problem of physical malls being under a threat, by bringing the same physical manifestation we all get from online shopping into the real world.

Since online shopping itself is manifested through warehouses, the purpose of the design focuses exactly on that. It includes 3 warehouses that share 2 separate accesses: the first one is located at the ground level facing the stores in the streets and the second one is placed at the deepest underground level.

Besides tailoring its focus on the vertical warehouse, the design also includes other facilities such as lobby, restaurants, events in progress, packaging room and a place where shipping occurs.

A combination of online shopping with physical is indeed a good example of an adaptive marketplace!

vertical warehouse winning project
“Vertical Warehouse” aims to combine the synergy of both online and offline retail. Image by Design Competitions Uni


The competition: Upcycling retail- Changing the way marketplaces are made

With rapidly growing e-commerce popularity, traditional malls are put towards a threat. Malls currently serve not only shopping experience but also a harbors social spot of neighborhoods.

Contestants are challenged to design a marketplace that is evolving and more adaptive towards the coming future. Demolished Dixie Square mall place will be used as a site for this experiment.

retail architecture
  • Event main prize*: 5000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 15.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 25.09.2019
  • Site location: Harvey, Chicago
  • Area/perspective: Mall
  • Registration fee *: 25-260 USD
  • Organizer: competitions.uni


9. Winning Competition Submission: Footbridge over Ljubljana proposal

Winning Architects: Jurij Kobe, Peter Plantan, Maja Kovačič, Urša Podlipnik, Tanja Paulin, Nataša Blažko, Ina Radšel, Marjan Pipenbaher, Tomaž Weingerl, Tatjana Gotovčevic, and Marija Ljuština.

The creators of this proposal state that it isn’t just the bridge that should be emphasized in this case, but the whole area, instead, should have a “character”.

The shallow bowl, as illustrated below on the image, is meant to serve as an attraction itself, individually. The upper side of the bridge creates additional space for people and at the same provides a roof to the lower side – where people can still spend the “bad weather” days outside! Those elements greatly contribute to housing quality!

The winning Footbridge proposal.
The winning Footbridge proposal. Image by ATELIERarchitects.


The competition: Footbridge – the MUSTE Experiential Bridge

By the city of Ljubljana, contestants are invited to design a footbridge over the Ljubljanica river. The bridge is aimed to connect both sides fo river banks, as well as improve the general housing quality of the existing nearby neighborhoods.

city of ljubljana architecture
  • Event main prize*: 6000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 19.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 19.09.2019
  • Site Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Area/perspective: Urban development
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: City of Ljubljana

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10. Winning Competition Submission: A New Vevče swimming pool complex

Winning Architects: Mojca Gužič Trplan, Gregor Trplan, Anže Čuden, Lara Pišl Ptičak, Bojan Rizman along with EMINEO, WINKY, and CBD

The design below showcased a great job of constructing the swimming pool to be indoor. The architects have managed to obtain a practical solution for the initial problem: by developing the recreational areas: adding two sports platforms for everyone to use and a multipurpose entrance platform.

The winning proposal for the Vevče swimming pool complex.
The winning proposal for the Vevče swimming pool complex. Image by Z A P S

The competition: Swimming pool complex Vevče

With the recent acquisition of Vevče complex, the principal of city Ljubljana is inviting architects, engineers and designers to introduce the best solutions possible for areas comprehensive renovation project.

Swimming pool architecture
  • Event main prize*: 10800 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 19.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 19.09.2019
  • Site Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Area/perspective: Urban development
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: City of Ljubljana

11. Winning Competition Submission: Play with plinth

Winning Architects: T.R. Radhakrishnan and Karthikeyan V.J

Due to the unpredictable natural disasters in Haiti, shelter is undeniably one of the necessities for survival. The concept of “play with plinth” is to combine the traditional aspect of Carribean architecture with the concept of storage and shelter.

The plinth here is used in many different forms: learn with plinth, play with plinth, eat with plinth and etc. The purpose of the plinth’s emphasized presence is to make the learning experience within the school to be playful.

Since 80% of the schools in the country were deeply affected by earthquakes, the timber structure and the stone foundation involved in the building’s structure strengthen the resistance towards earthquakes.

In "play with plinth", the plinth serves as a significant element.
In “play with plinth”, the plinth serves as a significant element. Image by ARCHsharing

The competition: Rural School in Haiti

Suffered from multiple natural disasters and political instabilities, Haiti is currently among the poorest in the region. Less than 50% of children are going to school and by a recent earthquake, more than 80% of schools in the west region of the country were devastated or seriously wrecked.

An inspiring competition is set up, that asks architects and designers to propose plans for a rural school to Haitian, TE NWA community. Currently, children use a tent with plywood separated classrooms. A total of 7 levels of the classes have to be held in school and host over 50 children.

Rural School Haiti architecture
  • Event main prize*: 1500 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 22.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 23.09.2019
  • Site location: Port-au-Prince., Haiti
  • Area/perspective: School
  • Registration fee *: 60-100 EUR
  • Organizer: ARCHsharing

Upcoming competitions: New Architecture Competitions

12. Winning Competition Submission: Add to Cart

Winning Architects: Abhinav Prasoon, Siddarth Mahadevan and Reena Gaikwad

The “Add to Cart” project is a micro-building solution with a design module that allows you to grow a house within your preferred given space. The structural systems can be customized or deducted to represent how our different stages of life affect our lifestyle choices.

The main idea is to “make traditional communities viable thrive” through the micro-housing element. Not only does this proposal solve the issue of overpopulation in an adaptable way, but it also manages to include aesthetical elements to it!

"Add to Cart" is a micro-building solution.
“Add to Cart” is a micro-building solution. Image by Volume Zero Competitions.


The competition: Micro Housing 2019

With the ever-growing problem of overpopulation and lack of proper housing in urban areas, participants are asked to prototype a possible design of a micro-housing unit that could be used in the community by own choice. Contenders should evaluate the aesthetics and functional nature of proposed visions. Explain how these units will improve life and serve the basic needs of the inhabitants.

Micro housing 2019
  • Event main prize*: 2000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 27.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 04.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 70-80 USD
  • Organizer: Volume zero

Upcoming competition: Tiny Library 2019


13. Winning Competition Submission: Tomorrow Learning Center

Winning Architects: Isadora Machado, David Couto, and Enrico Postiglione

Tomorrow Learning Center is a transparent library. It explores the issue with establishing an in-door library which would make it “closed” and not necessarily a place for group activities.

On the ground floor, there are studying areas, books, and a cafe. All the reunion offices, crafting rooms, administration, technical spaces, and studios are on a lower level. The building also includes digital totems for research encouragement – promoting the culture of reading, as the competition requests!

Tomorrow Learning Center winning project
“Tomorrow Learning Center” showcases a transparent library. Image by sw/tch


The participants are invited to create a 21st-century library with elements of transparency, light, and nature. Designers should pay strong respect towards the context and surrounding environment. The new library should stay true to the spirit of the library as well as promote the culture of reading among visitors and city inhabitants.

Central park book studio new design
  • Event main prize*: 1200 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 29.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Site location: New York, USA
  • Area/perspective: Urban Design
  • Registration fee *: 40-80 EUR
  • Organizer: sw/tch

Upcoming competition: UNSCHOOL COPENHAGEN


14. Winning Competition Submission: RING IT UP

Winning Architects: SLASHArchitects Team

The idea of the project is to have 3 different types of rings in the city: The Road Rings, The Zone Rings, and The Green Belt Rings. The Road Ring revolves around providing a shortcut to all facility zones and dividing the car routes and pedestrians.

The Green Belt Ring surrounds all intervention areas and the Zone Rings are responsible for the creation of the facility zones, which both enable shortcuts for pedestrians and can even serve as a bridge for the green belt route. That structure perfectly provides the solution for unification between sports enthusiasts.

"RING IT UP" project by SLASHArchitects.
“RING IT UP” project by SLASHArchitects. Image by Young Architects Competition.

The competition: Sport Citadel Architecture Competition

Young Architects Company invites contestants to design and present a place where sport can aspire. The place that can unite people and warm hearts. With the main prize of 10000 EUR, it makes it a serious and challenging competition for ambitious architects and designers.

Sport citadel architecture
  • Event main prize*: 10000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 29.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 02.10.2019
  • Site Location: Turin, Italy
  • Area/perspective: Sports, venue
  • Registration fee *: 60-110 EUR
  • Organizer: YAC


15. Winning Competition Submission: Under The Skin

“Under The Skin” is not your usual attraction or a playground. It is an interactive musical installation with the purpose of making people more engaged with their physical surroundings.

The applicated musical floor diagrams containing a cappella music allows its users to both produce musical notes when stepping on it, but also create music when other multiple users are involved. The floor diagrams have a variety of pitch ranges: from soprano and alto to bass and percussion.

Under The Skin winning project
“Under The Skin”, an interactive musical installation. Image by Design Competitions | UNI

The competition: Bringing urban spaces to life

The design challenge here is to improve people’s lives in urban areas by breaking their long screen time with public space installations. These installations should provoke attention, aspire elements of play and connection.

Participants can determine their own audience and context and design process. Cities like Tokyo, New York, London, Hong Kong or any other upcoming city of the world share chaos, high level of stress and disconnectedness where humans flow just as regular grey mass trough the streets.

Elevate architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 5000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 05.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: BOUN

Upcoming competitions: Parasitic Architecture


16. Winning Competition Submission: S[HOVEL]

Winning Architects: Modern Office Of Design and Architecture and Sumer Singh.

The making of S[HOVEL] consisted of gathering 194 aluminum shovels which would later be donated to Take Pride Winnipeg’s Snow Angel Program – a non-profit charity that helps with snow removal.

The idea of S[HOVEL] was for it to be both easily built and then later, disassembled. Instead of using traditional construction materials that would have the possibility of turning into waste, the aluminum shovels usage would be much more sustainable.

S[HOVEL] winning proposal

the S[HOVEL] project by Modern Office Of Design and Architecture and Sumer Singh. Image by Warming Huts

The competition: Warming Huts: An Arts & Architecture Competition On Ice V.2020

Contestants are asked to design huts, keeping in mind the use of materials, sustainability, form, and integration in the landscape. 3 of the best designs will receive not only honorarium but the actual possibility to construct the huts along the River Trail located on the Assiniboine and Red rivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Warming huts
  • Event main prize*: 3500 USD
  • Registration deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Site location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • Area/perspective: Housing
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: The Forks


17. Winning Competition Submission: Collective Geometries

Winning Architects: Manuel Lopes, Raphaelle Paire, Olga Litwa and Maya Iwdal.

The Collective Geometries project does a great job combining our social collective needs together with eco-friendliness as it contains; the large communal spaces for meeting, rooftops, and balconies that are able to filtrate the collected stormwater for future usage, a system that is able to produce both vegetable and fish protein.

But most importantly, the technological system can even use renewable energy sources for energy production and distribution of power. Sustainable Architecture is indeed gaining much more relevance.

Collective geometries winning project
Outline of the “Collective Geometries” project by Manuel Lopes, Raphaelle Paire, Olga Litwa and Maya Iwdal. Image by Sky City

The competition: The Future of Housing / SkyCity Challenge 19

Architects and designers are invited to design a home that can be dismantled, packed in a shipping container and moved to any place in the world to be mounted back again. Important to notice that hosts require this construction to be partially made out of BCORE (a special stainless steel material). Overall concepts will be judged on overall costs, aesthetics, BCORE usage, Eco-friendliness, housing strategies, disassembling, and others.

skycity challenge
  • Event main prize*: 5000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: Sky City


18. Winning Competition Submission: Tube House

Winning Architects: Ahmed Morsy and Hadidas Narvekar, alongside with Dorsch Holding GMBH

The winning Tube House project follows 3 concepts: being self-sustainable, environmental and practical. It contains 2 solar panels per module to facilitate electricity. The module contains wind towers that have the ability to transform desert heatwaves into cool air.

In addition to that, it even has a light shading structure that is able to generate water!

Tube House winning project

Outline of “The Tube House” project by Ahmed Morsy and Hadidas Narvekar. Image by House Challenge 19

The competition: House Challenge 2019 – Desert House

A Desert house challenge presented by HOUSE CHALLENGE has yet brought another interesting task for international competitors to participate in. In this challenge, contenders are asked to explore possibilities of living in harsh environments such as the desert. The focus is to create creative designs or methods of temporary housing with new and original concepts.

house challenge architecture
  • Event main prize*: 500 USD
  • Registration deadline: 30.09.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 35-65 USD
  • Organizer: HOUSE CHALLENGE


19. Winning Competition Submission: People UP

Winning Architects: Riccardo Pagani, Arianna Cavallo, Carmela Luigina Iannone, and Alessandro Sartini

An architectural competition that involves BIM can be pretty exciting.
The winning proposal had managed to capture its Prize for BIM & honorable mention for Architecture for its well-developed concept of a 3-dimensional parametric model.

Since the competition was also centered around sustainable matters, the design had managed to underline it in its proposed circular business model, which focuses on the reduction of consumption, initiation of the micro-living lifestyle and a social incubator for the future.

People UP winning proposal
“People UP” by Riccardo Pagani, Arianna Cavallo, Carmela Luigina Iannone, and Alessandro Sartini. Image by ABC MONZA 2019

The competition: ABC | MONZA 2019 – Open International Architectural Ideas Competition in BIM

Architects, engineers, designers, and students are faced with an exciting challenge of the urban reimagination of Italian city Monza in Lombardy. Contestants have freedom in terms of what to design, but it is required that final results bring value to neighborhoods around It, is built and operated in a sustainable manner and creative to stand out.

Worth mentioning that it is a BIM-based competition! Contestants are invited to submit 3D models instead of traditional pdf blueprints.
There are just a few competitions like this in the world and it’s the first one happening in Italy.

Monza architecture
  • Event main prize*: 10000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 04.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 04.11.2019
  • Site location: Monza, Lombardy, Italy
  • Area/perspective: Urban Development
  • Registration fee *: 75-150 EUR
  • Organizer: ABC | MONZA 2019


20. Winning Competition Submission: Villa Eterna

Winning Architects: Rui Varajão and Juan Barn

The design showcases an impressive combination of History and Architecture. It proposes the 4 concepts: a circle, a limit, a program, and an elevation. The concept of a circle revolves around the snake that bites its own tail, therefore symbolizing eternity.

The limit follows 4 linear elements that make-up space. The concept of the program follows the articulation of the pieces that create a diversity contrast throughout the project. And finally, the elevation revolves around the concept of volumes breaking the “horizon lines”, the reflection of which is defined by circumference.

Villa eterna winning project
Villa Eterna by Rui Varajão and Juan Barn. Image by OPENGAP

The competition: COMPETITION 2019 A HOUSE FOR…

With no fixed place or client, designers are given wide freedom with house designing. OPENGAP invites everyone to challenge boundaries, innovate and suggest visionary proposals. Participants are suggested to choose the client of their own preference or inspiration.

Architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 2000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 05.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 12.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: House design
  • Registration fee *: 35-110 EUR
  • Organizer: OPEN GAP

Upcoming competition: INNATUR COMPETITION 9


21. Winning Competition Submission: Babel Triptych

Winning Architects: Tom Coutant and Gaelbiache

The work proposes an interesting reconstruction of what the Tower of Babel would actually look like today. Following the rules of the competition, the project perfectly symbolizes the unity of people and values the human race as one.

This winning design proposes a very interesting, yet modern approach to a place where people can get together and help each other.

babel triptych winning project
Babel Triptych by Tom Coutant and Gaelbiache. Image by Ideasforward

The competition: 24h COMPETITION 31st edition – babel

In this competition architects and designers are asked to present their architectural answers in just 24 hours! The final brief will be only announced on the event day, but we can already see that the competition will be about future societies. With utopian themes, trough social problems and humanitarian issues, the competition seek to spark ideas and creativity in participants!

Babel 24h competition
  • Event main prize*: 500 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 05.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 06.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 20-50 EUR
  • Organizer: Ideasforward

Upcoming competition: 24H Competition CO2


22. Winning Competition Submission: International Ceramics Friendship Park

Winning Architects: Alex Reed and Dutra Brown

One of the things that are predicted to still be an ongoing issue in our future is work-life balance. International Ceramics Friendship Park or simply – I.C.F.P is a concept of a city that prioritizes organized labor since work and life will always go hand-in-hand.

The design itself contains Tomb Of the Unknown Craftsperson, Monumental Shard Pile, kiln-heated pool, and labyrinth walking pat.

International Ceramics friendship park winning proposal
“International Ceramics Friendship Park” by Alex Reed and Dutra Brown. Image by the HOME Competition 2019

The competition: The HOME Competition 2019

Through the time home has been an important element of human life. The competition invites all designers to explore our possibilities for future homes, how will domestic architecture look like? Designers are encouraged to think about emerging building materials, and techniques. Consider the rise of smart houses, tiny houses, home-sharing and marketplaces like Airbnb.

The home Competition
  • Event main prize*: 5000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 06.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 07.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 40-80 USD
  • Organizer: ARCH Out Loud

Upcoming competition: Waste: Lagos Multi-Purpose Stadium


23. Winning Competition Submission: Monumental Housing

Winning Architect: Neno Videnovic

Entering an architecture competition gives you a chance to show your creativity to the world. And that’s what Neno Videnovic has shown with his work. The design focuses on placing those that are seeking affordable housing in Paris towards new cultural monuments.

It contains 12 housing blocks that will be scattered around the city, while each one of those blocks will contain a series of apartments to house the maximum amount of people.

A sustainable solution can be seen in the metal panels in the building, which are placed next to the trees, which line the Parisian streets. In addition to that, the buildings even minimize their interference with the ground.

Monumental housing winning proposal
“Monumental Housing” by Neno Videnovic. Image by Bee Breeders

The competition: Paris Affordable Housing Challenge

Paris is among the top 10 most expensive cities to live in. With the rising trend of short term rentals, landlords are choosing to earn as twice as much per month over long term rentals. Challenge is seeking to design a sustainable solution for the affordable housing problem. Participants should propose designs that can be used in different locations with different conditions in mind, as well as host various type of inhabitants, ranging from single professionals to families.

Paris affordable housing challenge
  • Event main prize*: 3000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 15.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 12.11.2019
  • Site location: Paris, France
  • Area/perspective: Affordable housing
  • Registration fee *: 120-140 USD
  • Organizer: ARCHHIVE BOOKS

Upcoming competition: Mega Dunes Eco Lodges – Abu Dhabi


24: Winning Competition Submission: NAMELESS SKY

Winning Architects: Lorenzo Sizzi and Müge Yürüten

The design of the portable reading room revolves around a 9m² open-air platform that will expose its user to a colorful sky to create a “relationship” between the two realms of a human body and a human mind.

It contains a skylight hole, solar panel, external cladding light structure, iridescent light structure, and a low emission LED light to enhance the experience of “giving in to the imagination” while reading and altering the reality, without losing touch with it.

In addition to that, the sounds of the city in this proposal are blocked, for a reader to have better concentration. Truly sounds like an experience anyone should have at least once in their life!

NAMELESS SKY winning proposal
“NAMELESS SKY” by Lorenzo Sizzi and Müge Yürüten. Image by Bee Breeders

The competition: Archhive-Books’ Portable Reading Rooms

Participants are given complete creative freedom to design portable reading rooms that could be used in various locations. Designers can introduce specific environments they wish the reading room to suit, spaces can be open or closed and should encourage reading.

Portable reading rooms
  • Event main prize*: 3000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 18.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 15.11.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 80-120 USD
  • Organizer: ARCHHIVE BOOKS’

Upcoming competitions: Abu Dhabi Flamingo Visitor Center


25. Winning Competition Submission: Anta do Tapadao Interpretive Centre

Winning Architects: Felix Martin and Tim Scheuer

Since the aim of establishing a new site was to both provide additional spaces for offices and other facilities and create an aesthetic, this winning project does it all! The proposal revolves around allowing its visitors to either choose a new path or go through the same dolmen.

The underground location and a minimalistic approach to detail demonstrate a powerful approach to the site. In addition to that, it even contains locations such as entrance, permanent exhibition, gift shop, cafe, restrooms, storage rooms, mechanical electrical room, classroom workshop, research office and much more!

Anta do Tapadao Interpretive Centre winning proposal
“Anta do Tapadao Interpretive Centre” by Felix Martin and Tim Scheuer. Image by ARKxsite

The competition: SITE CLOISTER

A powerful landmark of ‘Aldeia da Mata’ dolmen, located in Crato, Portugal is a perfect playground for students and professionals within the design and architectural fields to participate in this competition. The new Site cloister is expected to enhance the beauty and power of surrounding landscapes and provide spaces for exhibitions, offices, meetings, and others.

site cloister architecture
  • Event main prize*: 2000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 21.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 26.10.2019
  • Site location: Alentejo, Portugal
  • Area/perspective: Landmark
  • Registration fee *: 60-90 EUR
  • Organizer: ARKxsite

Upcoming competition: Site Monastery


26. Winning Competition Submission: Cast In Fire

Winning Architect: Mikkel Vadstrup Schmidt

The circular skylight gives more attention to the volcano. Everything inside the room is meant to be lit up – and remains to be the main attraction of the design. The design will also be placed close to the hill, where the lava spires. Bonus points for this creativity, indeed!

The Cast in Fire winning proposal
“The Cast in Fire” by Mikkel Vadstrup Schmidt. Image by Bee Breeders

The competition: Iceland Black Lava Fields Visitor Center

The current visitor center requires a more modern touch in aesthetics and functionality to emerge better with surrounding landscapes. Competitors are asked therefore to deign new visitor center that would hold the potential to become an iconic landmark itself, exercise sustainable construction practices as well as hold all the basic amenities of the information center.

visitors center island architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 3000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 22.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 19.11.2019
  • Site location: Iceland
  • Area/perspective: Visitor Center
  • Registration fee *: 120-140 USD
  • Organizer: Bee Breeders


27. Winning Competition Submission: Converse Guest House

Winning Architect: Eric Gonzalez

The “Converse Guest House” contains two buildings labeled as: “Snooze” – the house for resting and “Booze” – the house for socializing. The “Snooze” is a private house containing private guest rooms, while the “Booze” is a public house with areas for social gatherings. The main idea is to emphasize the interaction and relationships, hence the “converse” in the name.

Following the rules of the competition, the building uses cost-efficient and eco-friendly construction materials such as a geothermal heat exchange system and wood lumber structural frames. Its internal spaces will also include a heated pool and a fireplace.

Converse Guest House winning proposal
“Converse Guest House” by Eric Gonzalez. Image by Bee Breeders


Participants are invited to design a cost-effective and eco-friendly building proposals for the guest house located next to one of the most breathtaking Icelandic landscapes. A winning design will be considered for the actual construction of an 8-10 room guest house.

Iceland architecture comp.
  • Event main prize*: 3000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 29.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 15.11.2019
  • Site location: Lake Mývatn, Iceland
  • Area/perspective: Guesthouse
  • Registration fee *: FREE


28. Winning Competition Submission: Tel Aviv Pier Housing

Winning Architect:  Jonathan Zisser and Team

The winners’ project of the competition had been decided to be kept anonymous. However, one of the ones appreciated by the jury was the “Tel Aviv Pier Housing”.

The concept revolves around establishing affordability of housing near the sea area. That way, it doesn’t only restrict this proposal towards one specific place such as Tel Aviv in our scenario, but for any metropolis that is located by the seaside or a promenade.

It includes a shared pool that is “created” from the seashore itself and establishes an impression of a “high class” inclusivity towards those who are on a budget. 

Tel Aviv Pier Housing winning proposal
Tel Aviv Pier Housing project. Image by archue

The competition: Affordable Urban Housing Challenge

In this decade urban centers that fuelled by economic growth have faced a huge problem with affordable housing for its residents. As prices for housing has grown in tremendous speed, residents lack the opportunity to catch up with it. Therefore more solutions for affordable housing are required. Participants are encouraged to present solutions that are easily developed, with minimal use of materials and land, but not limited to size or residential units. The design should be flexible and adaptable to suit different locations across the world with their local specifications.

affordable housing challenge
  • Event main prize*: 1000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 31.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.11.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Urban housing
  • Registration fee *: 25-50 USD
  • Organizer: archue


Upcoming competition: THE DREAM OF CENTURY


29. Winning Competition Submission: The Windows of Hverfjall

Winning Architects: Balint Iszak and Csenge Gyorgyi

“The Windows of Hverfjall” is not your usual building. The proposal revolves around making the building both an exhibition itself but also a “landing point” for the hikers and explorers in the area.

That’s why it contains a reception space, an exhibition space, and offices! The whole purpose behind this idea is for the building to function as a “heart” of the entire destination area. The simplistic combination of a concrete base and a steel roof is meant to embrace the terrain of the location.

affordable housing challenge
“The Windows of Hverfjall” by Balint Iszak and Csenge Gyorgyi. Image by Bee Breeders

The competition: Iceland Volcano Museum

Iceland is a country full of landmarks and now the designers and architects are given a chance to create one more of their own. The Iceland Volcano Museum has to serve various practical needs as an information center, cafe and office complex being multipurpose exhibition hall.

Iceland volcano museum Competition
  • Event main prize*: 3000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 01.11.2019
  • Submission deadline: 29.11.2019
  • Site location: Lake Mývatn, Iceland
  • Area/perspective: Museum design
  • Registration fee *: 120-140 USD
  • Organizer: Bee Breeders


30. Winning Competition Submission: Adaptive Modularity

Winning Architects: Jorge Alvarez, Jorge Alarcon, Laura Pineda, and Sergio Bulla.

Since the main purpose of the project revolved around making a welcoming place for the poor district, the winning team had definitely done a great job at it! The “Adaptive Modularity” involves spaces for water recollection, meeting rooms, social events rooms, dining and kitchen rooms, and exhibition.

The architecture of furniture, high-inclined roofs, and space-defining doors is meant to be customizable and adaptable. Besides that, the design includes two sub-modules: a porch, which is an open public activity space for the community and a room, for private purposes and activities.

The architecture of furniture, high-inclined roofs, and space-defining doors is meant to be customizable and adaptable. Besides that, the design includes two sub-modules: a porch, which is an open public activity space for the community and a room, for private purposes and activities.

Adaptive Modularity winning proposal
The purpose of “Adaptive Modularity” is to establish a flexible and customizable system. Image by DNADD

The competition: Gatogether: A new Community Center

One of the most populated and poorest districts in Lima is in huge need for a community center, a place where locals can gather, study, work play and share.

DNADD and Techo share a common vision that this center will be the starting point for many families to step out of poverty. Important to notice that it is planned to host different activities and provided a changing environment that is able to adapt its users.

gatogether community center
  • Event main prize*: 1000 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 14.11.2019
  • Submission deadline: 14.11.2019
  • Site Location: Lima, Peru
  • Area/perspective: Community development center
  • Registration fee *: 50-90 EUR
  • Organizer: DNADD and Techo



31. Winning Competition Submission: Hidden Stadium

This proposal revolves around taking advantage of stadiums being an object of a “collective memory” process. Its purpose is to connect people from Montpellier to the stadium and use that connection for “future development”.

The usage of “masses” plays a very important role here. On the inside, the “masses” will have LED screens installed onto them and have a fully visible curved bowl. That all happens when the stadium will be executed in the “on” mode for the better experience towards its users.

The Hidden Stadium winning proposal
The “Hidden Stadium” project. Image by Design Competitions | UNI

The competition: Stadiums that live beyond sports

An exciting challenge for every designer or architect who is looking to twist their minds over the well-discussed problem of large venues not being properly used. Contestants are requested to design and propose plans for the multi-purpose stadium, that would not only host sports events but could also serve other purposes.

stadium design competition
  • Event main prize*: 5000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 21.11.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.12.2019
  • Site Location: Montpellier, France
  • Area/perspective: Venue design
  • Registration fee *: 20-80 USD
  • Organizer: competitions.uni

Upcoming competition: The City Link


32. Winning Competition Submission: knot a pavilion

Winning Architects: Marie-Helene Lesiege, Mateusz Bledowski, and Kate Korotayeva

Despite the word-play here, the “knot a pavilion” project is exactly what its title states about it. The structure involves provoking the concept of our current fashion and clothing industry by using already-recycled textile materials.

Evidently, such design is meant for its viewers to be able to closely “interact” with recycled fabrics and become more guided towards a positive future for the problem of discarded clothes.

knot a pavilion winning proposal
“knot a pavilion” project by Marie-Helene Lesiege, Mateusz Bledowski, and Kate Korotayeva. Image by Archasm

The competition: Fashion Pavilion Milan

Pop up a pavilion that connects people, architecture, and passion under one roof. This could be a short description of a given task. Archasm aspires to generate progressive ideas for fashion capital – Milan. Architects and designers are given the freedom to express their visions for visitors to be inspired.

Fashion architecture pavilion Milan
  • Event main prize*: 1250 EUR
  • Registration deadline: 29.11.2019
  • Submission deadline: 30.11.2019
  • Site location: Milan, Italy
  • Area/perspective: Pop up- pavilion
  • Registration fee *: 60-80 EUR
  • Organizer: archasm

Upcoming competition: Cannes Temporary Cinema


33. Winning Competition Submission: A HUG

Winning Architects: Architect: Xavier Silva, Manuel Villalain and Hazem Elshafei

“A HUG” follows 5 different principles: nature, gathering, protection, joy and inclusion, the aim of which is to embrace the differential cultures and create space for both tolerance and happiness.

It includes a plinth that contains platforms along the slope and is shaped by the topography. The different height of those platforms creates a smooth arrangement. The usage of clay, that is much common in that area, is emphasized on the brick walls, with the aim to modernize and modify the traditional building techniques.

A HUG winning proposal
“A HUG” follows 5 different principles: nature, gathering, protection, joy, and inclusion. Image by ARCHstorming

The competition: Mozambique Preschool: Flor da Manhã

Participants are suggested to design proposals for schools in Mozambique. The aim is to find the best solution for the new school, the area is ready for build and the winning project will be constructed. It is important to consider all the required factors and especially the usage of building materials and available labor. Architects and designers have a wonderful chance to create for the community.

Mozambique school architecture
  • Event main prize*: 6000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 01.12.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.12.2019
  • Site location: Chongoene, Mozambique
  • Area/perspective: School
  • Registration fee *: 60-120 USD
  • Organizer: ARCHstorming


34. Winning Competition Submission: The Dome of Meditation for the Blind

Winning Architects: Hou Yang and Zheng Jia

“The Dome of Meditation For The Blind” is meant to be positioned in the most appealing area for travellers – Namche locality of the Himalayas, Nepal. The area itself is targeted at those that are planning to climb the mountain Everest, which makes the dome serve as a checkpoint. 

The dome serves for the purposes of enhancing the meditation experiences for those who enter it. It contains smaller personal domes and the main meditation hall or the chamber of darkness. That way, emphasizing the experience of a blind person to make the adaption to the dome usage much easier.

The Dome of Meditation For the Blind winning proposal
“The Dome of Meditation For the Blind” by Hou Yang and Zheng Jia. Image by Architize

The competition: DOTS | FOR THE BLIND

Contestants are encouraged to reimagine and rethink spaces for visually impaired people. A place that would allow everyone to experience it to its full potential and to erase the distinction between the blind and the non-blind.

There are no size or type limitations, however, space has to offer the ability to be used by all people. Architize suggests to look up for inspiration from Louis Braille and do research on what has already been designed for blind people.

Dots for the blind
  • Event main prize*: 500 USD
  • Registration deadline: 14.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 20.10.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 20-35 USD
  • Organizer: Architize

Competition: Design Elements | The Arch

35. Winning Competition Submission: Long and Narrow Biodiversity Architecture

Winning Architect: Ueno Jun

This architecture submission touches upon restoring the aquatic habitat that had once gotten removed, due to the deterioration of water quality and lid installations.

The proposal revolves around establishing local community hubs that will generate waterways, that will attract the habitat creatures towards it again!

Its purpose is to enhance the agricultural waterway with the connection between humans and nature. Sustainable architecture is indeed the architecture of the future!

"long and narrow biodiversity architecture" winning proposal
“Long and Narrow Biodiversity Architecture” by Ueno Jun.


The competition: The 46th Nisshin Kogyo Architectural Design Competition

Competitions theme “Living upon Nature” suggests contenders open up their imagination and present various concepts of this slogan. A panel of jury suggest everyone think about how to enriches the relationship between Earth and humans, how is life in the city and how it is in nature, how will the future look like?

Living up the nature architecture
  • Event main prize*: 9400 USD
  • Registration deadline: 01.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 04.10.2019
  • Site location: Tokyo, Japan
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: Nisshin Kogyo


36. Winning Competition Submission: The Ark

Winning architect: Safia Dziri, Megan Stenftenagel, Matt Turlock and Emiel Cockx

The concept of this incredible proposal goes long back to the tragedy that occurred in Hamburg, Germany in 1962. Its industrial port city had been severely damaged by the North Sea Floods.

To solve the problem of overfloods, “The Ark” revolves around minimizing rising ocean levels and prevents the risk of flooding. It does that by proposing a bridge that is able to expand under gravity when the water levels are low.

When that happens, more public space occurs. The folds, however, become closed under high tide water pressure. The prototype of “The Ark” is even already located in the same site in Hamburg!

the ark winning proposal
The Ark by Safia Dziri, Megan Stenftenagel, Matt Turlock and Emiel Cockx. Image by Laka Reacts

The competition: Laka Competition 2020: ‘Architecture That Reacts’

The host invites participants to create a design that is able to react on it’s dynamic social, natural and built surroundings. Competition is accepted in urban, architectural, technological, or product design.

There are no limitations towards the project’s location, size or functions. In previous events, designers went beyond typical solutions and much included robotics, mechanics, bio-architecture, mobility and any more.

Laka architecture competition
  • Event main prize*: 1250 USD
  • Registration deadline: 01.12.2019
  • Submission deadline: 20.12.2019
  • Site location: Worldwide
  • Area/perspective: Concept design
  • Registration fee *: 25-150 USD
  • Organizer: Laka


37. Winning Competition Submission: Shelter Solution For Syrian Refugees in Turkey

Winning Architect: Elif Arpa

Participants were asked to solve the problem with housing Syrian refugees. Winners for the student category presented understanding in difficulty and need in a housing solution that could be built fast and with limited resources.

Multi-story buildings are designed to accommodate families, be pleasant for the elderly and create a friendly environment for kids.

shelter proposal for syrian refugees in turkey competition
Shelter proposal for Syrian refugees in Turkey. Image: WorldArchitecture


The City of Reyhanli, Turkey in last years has experienced tremendous growth for its population due to Syrian refugees. The town is facing multiple problems in hosting all in need, and therefore a transitional shelter solution has to be designed.

Contestants are asked to evaluate the situation and propose the best solutions that will serve the elderly, widowed and orphan Syrian refugees.

refuge architecture
  • Event main prize*: 5000 USD
  • Registration deadline: 01.10.2019
  • Submission deadline: 01.10.2019
  • Site location: Reyhanli, Turkey
  • Area/perspective: Refugee camp
  • Registration fee *: FREE
  • Organizer: Building 4Humanity


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