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Artist proposes spiral maze installation for London Olympic Park stadium, exhibition on view now

Posted: Wednesday, July 15, 2015
The thought of getting "lost" while walking through a giant spiraling maze is enticing for most people. Artist Ariel Narunsky envisioned this classic idea as a giant public artwork for London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in his solo exhibition "Judgement", which is currently at the Arebyte…

The 2015 Berkeley Prize essay winners respond to how “Architects Confront Poverty”

Posted: Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Every year, architecture undergrad students get a chance to participate in the annual Berkeley Prize essay competition. This year's essay Question asked students -- who were allowed to team up with arts and social science undergrads -- to address this year's topic: "Architects Confront Poverty." As…

24H Competition winners get metaphysical in ASPACE INSPACE

Posted: Monday, April 13, 2015
In the blink of an eye, the 5th edition of the 24H competition is done! Once the brief is released on competition day, participants worldwide face the adrenaline-pumped challenge of completing their proposals in only 24 hours. The prompt highlights social issues, climate change, humanitarian causes, and modern…

Hello Nature winners look at the bright side in reuniting nature and modern society

Posted: Friday, December 26, 2014
Treating Mother Earth with care has been said numerous times, yet how many times — or how long — does that statement stick in people's minds? Combo Competitions thinks some positive reinforcement could help. Hence, the Hello Nature competition was created. Participants worldwide were invited…

The winning design of Canada’s National Memorial to Victims of Communism

Posted: Friday, December 12, 2014
ABSTRAKT Studio Architecture was chosen to design Canada's future National Memorial to Victims of Communism in Ottawa, the nation's capital. The winning team -- architect Voytek Gorczynski (Toronto), artist Janusz Kapusta (New York), and architect Andrzej Pawlik (Warsaw) -- was selected out of six finalists at the end…

A look at the results of CANactions 2014’s “User-generated Kyiv” competition

Posted: Thursday, July 10, 2014
Ukraine's largest architectural event CANactions held its 2014 ideas competition, whose theme was "User-generated Kyiv". Based on reinforcing the valuable idea that a city is shaped by its citizens, the competition sought architectural ideas to help Kiev further develop towards the ideals of creativity, peace, justice, and…

Next7 1st-prize winner “Growing tomorrow - from inert to living matter” in full detail

Posted: Friday, June 13, 2014
From the latest edition of the Next7 competition, architecture grad students Yuen Fung Cheung of Hong Kong and Artur Nitribitt from Poland shared the details to their 1st-prize winning proposal, "Growing tomorrow - from inert to living matter" Out of the 188 total entries in the…

Winners of the Next7 competition explore the possibilities of Earth’s future environment

Posted: Friday, April 25, 2014
Wondering about the future of the Earth's environment continues to raise concerns and curiosity in the public conscience. In Arch2O's "Next7" competition, participants got to share in their proposals one major condition that completely alters the world as we currently know it, as well as explore the meaning…

POST+CAPITALIST CITY 4#Move - Winning Projects

Posted: Monday, May 20, 2013
The international ideas competition series POST+CAPITALIST CITY has announced the winners of its last quarter, 4#Move. Previous installments focused on the issues of 1#Shop, 2#Work, and 3#Live.

POST+CAPITALIST CITY 3#Live - Winning Projects

Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Just a few months ago, we had published the winners of episodes #1 Shop and #2 Work of the international ideas competition series, POST+CAPITALIST CITY. Here are now the three winning proposals of the third installment, #3 Live. The brief invited architects to imagine…

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