ReSpace Competition 2012 – You Design It! We Build It!

The ReSpace Competition is an effort to raise awareness of reuse materials while showcasing creative and successful small space designs inspired by their use.  Habitat for Humanity of Wake County, the Raleigh Chapter of Architecture for Humanity, and the American Institute of Architects North Carolina Triangle Section are pleased to announce the ReSpace Competition. This design contest is an effort to raise awareness of reusable materials while showcasing creative and successful small space designs inspired by reuse. The ReSpace Competition asks designers to approach the process of designing a small, transportable space with an emphasis on the material “ingredients” that will shape it.

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[un]restricted access | From military space to civic space design competition

Sarmellek Air Base, Hungary | Flickr: expertinfantry

Dotting the global landscape, decommissioned military installations are leaving their mark – symbols of triumph, pride, pain and the unforeseen consequences of military aggression. These abandoned structures and ghost towns disrupt neighborhoods and split entire communities.

Architecture for Humanity is hosting  [un]restricted access – a design competition that will re-envision the future of decommissioned military space. This is an open invite to the global design and construction community to identify retired military installations in their own backyard, to collaborate with local stakeholders, and to reclaim these spaces for social, economic, and environmental good.

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ACTIVATE! Temporary Public Space Design Competition

ARCHITECTURE FOR HUMANITY CHICAGO is currently running ACTIVATE! Temporary Public Space Design Competition. How can $1,000 redesign public space?

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Safe Trestles – Design Competition

Architecture for Humanity in partnership with San Onofre Foundation and The Surfrider Foundation are staging an open design competition. This is a two-phase open competition to generate visionary ideas for a safe trail and railroad crossing that provides access Lower Trestles. After the eight-week Phase 1 period, 4-5 finalists will be selected to develop their designs in Phase 2 with a $2000+ stipend each.

Access to Trestles, one of North America’s most celebrated waves, is under threat due to safety and environmental concerns. Currently, over 100,000 people each year follow informal trails through wetlands and over active train tracks to gain access to the surf breaks at Trestles. These impromptu manmade paths present a safety hazard with passing trains and threaten the fragile ecosystem of Trestles.

In response, a coalition of concerned groups organized by the volunteer non-profit organization Architecture for Humanity, are launching “Safe Trestles,” an open-to-all, two-stage design competition to create a safe pathway to serve surfers, the local coastal community and day visitors to San Onofre State Beach.

Registration Deadline: March 17, 2010
Submission Deadline: April 17, 2010
Entry Fee: $20 USD
Event sponsored by Nike 6.0

Registration and Entry through the Open Architecture Network

For more information about the competition go to the Open Architecture Network competition website

WORLD LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT is not involved with organisation, registration, entries or judging of this competition for all correspondence and information please contact the competition website Open Architecture Network

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2009 Open Architecture Challenge finalists announced

Architecture for Humanity host of this years Open Architecture Challenge has announced the finalists for 2009.

The finalists entries for classrooms designs have a great variety of locations including India, Uganda, Central Nepal, Colombia, USA, and the UK. The finalist teams come from small to one of the largest architecture firms in the world.

All the designs has to provide a solution to this years challenge of the Classroom and the finalists where judged over almost a month by 60 jurors. To see the list of finalists go to Open Architecture Challenge

SOURCE: Open Architecture Challenge VIA Metropolis

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