Facebook Twitter Pinterest
CLOG : MIAMI - Call for Submissions
Register/Submit: Friday, August 16, 2013


Photo © Andrew Kenney

The largest city in the southeastern United States, Miami has long been subject to a range of unique forces—natural, political, and cultural—which have brought both booms and devastating busts. Despite setbacks, however, Miami has become a vibrant and broadly American city that mixes the historically Anglo-dominated North and the Latin South, vividly presenting many characteristics of today's United States: cosmopolitanism, an ever-shifting balance between public and private interests, economic volatility, and environmental tightrope walking.

When it comes to architecture, something is definitely happening in Miami. Not only is real estate and development booming, but recently, significant civic projects have demonstrated a potentially serious public/private commitment to infuse the commons with design and the arts, as seen in the Wynwood Art District and Art Basel Miami. Miami invented a strand of mid-century Modernism, epitomized the design aesthetic of the 1980s, hosted the major intellectual center of the New Urbanism movement, and is now providing opportunities to a new (and hungry) crop of international architects in projects like the Miami Beach Convention Center, Coconut Grove, the New World Center, One Thousand Museum Tower, 111 Lincoln Road, and more.

So like LeBron, it’s time for CLOG to take its talents to South Beach.

For submission requirements, visit here.

For information on CLOG : MIAMI, visit here.

New York
Thursday, August 08, 2013
I'm still boycotting Florida. That includes architecture competitions.

Featured Competitions:
Register/Submit: Feb 22
Register: Feb 14 / Submit: Feb 15
Register/Submit: Feb 29
Register/Submit: Apr 1
Register/Submit: Apr 29
Register/Submit: Mar 15
Register: Feb 12 / Submit: Feb 19
Register: Mar 4 / Submit: Mar 30
Register/Submit: Mar 31
Register/Submit: May 11
Register/Submit: Apr 4

Search Competitions by Keyword: