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March, 2012

  1. Museum Of Architecture (MOA), London Competition

    March 11, 2012 by architectural competitions

    Museum Of Architecture (MOA), London Competition
    The aim of this two-stage “winner of winners“ International ideas competition is to design a NEW Museum Of Architecture in London, on the site of the Iconic Old London Battersea Power Station on the bank of the River Thames. This Icon structure and prime site has laid derelict for number of years with plan after plan for re-developments, has posed a challenge for developers. It is a protected building, which means that the four chimneys would have to be incorporated into any design. ArchTriumph calls on architects to rise to the challenge provided by such an opportunity to be innovative and responsive to such a site and location with bold ideas for this Museum.

    Organiser: ArchTriumph – “Triumph of Architecture + Design”
    o Special Registration: from 2nd April
    o Early Registration: from 16th April 2012
    o Standard Registration: from 19th June 2012
    o Late Registration: from 19th July

    Architects, architecture graduates, architecture students, engineers, planners, designers or inter-disciplinary team (Maximum of 4 professionals) comprising of at least one architect.

    Prizes / Awards:
    Winning participants will receive cash prizes totaling US$ 17,000.00 distribution as follows:
    Stage1: Total prize fund of US$ 6,000 + Shortlist for “Triumph” Showcase Sustainable Pavilion
    Stage2: Total prize fund of US$ 11,00 + Shortlist for “Triumph” Showcase Sustainable Pavilion
    Joining the overall winners will be an additional 10 Triumphant mentions

  2. 2012 Design Competition: Reclamation

    March 8, 2012 by architectural competitions

    AIA Milwaukee is proud to announce its 2012 Design Competition: Reclamation, a single stage local design competition dedicated to examining and finding solutions to some of the large urban design challenges facing the City of Milwaukee.

    This year’s competition focuses upon reclaiming a parcel of land which was segregated and chopped up by the city and state during the construction of the interstate through downtown and the recent reconstruction of the Marquette Interchange.

    The results of the competition will be announced in April at a public event held by AIA Milwaukee. A jury of professionals and peers will critique all entries and select a First, Second, and Third prize. Honorable mentions may be awarded by the judges at their discretion. All entries will be published on the AIA Milwaukee website, publicly displayed at local venues as well as include the possibility of other press opportunities in local and regional press sources.