Submission: April 25, 2021
Registration: April 25, 2021
Language: English
Location: Tromso, Norway
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open for All (Students and Professionals)


Tromsø, a city in northern Norway, may be a major cultural hub above the Arctic Circle . It’s famed as a viewing point for colourful aurora borealis that sometime illuminate the nighttime sky. The city’s historic centre, on the island of Tromsø, is distinguished by its centuries-old wooden houses. The 1965 Arctic Cathedral, with its distinctive peaked roof and soaring stained-glass windows, dominates the skyline.


The compact city center has the most important concentration of historic wooden houses north of Trondheim, and that they co-exist with modern architecture. the homes go back 1789 to 1904, when building wooden houses were banned within the city center , as in several other Norwegian cities. The oldest house in Tromsø is Skansen, built-in 1789 on the remains of a 13th-century turf rampart.

The Polar Museum, Polarmuseet, situated during a wharf house from 1837, presents Tromsø’s past as a centre for Arctic hunting and start line for Arctic expeditions.


Being a major cultural and historical hub for Norway, Tromso has a dire requirement for a global-level cultural centre that brings tourists to Tromso or Norway at large – and provides them with the original ‘Arctic Experience’ (without having to visit the North Pole).


The challenge is to design a hybrid museum / cultural and historical centre within Tromso – which attracts enthusiasts of the Arctic experience from around the world.

Note: The heritage and attraction of the Polar Museum must not be hampered by the development/design of the museum of Arctic Confluence.


The participating teams have complete liberty to propose a site (Min. 2000 sq.m / Max. 5000 sq.m) anywhere within the centre of the city or anywhere around the city. (Participants also have the freedom to decide the capacity for visitors)

Note: The site must be justified within at least one of the two A1 sheets.


– 2 x A1 Sheets (one PDF with atleast 150dpi – Max. 20 MB)
– A 1-2 min Video explaining your design/concept (content in the video has been left to the participant’s consideration)
– The final PDF must be named ‘team-.pdf’ (for example, team-1234.pdf if your team code is 1234) and should be uploaded on Google Drive/Dropbox/OneDrive or any similar online file handler with ‘Public Access’ setting Enabled (for example, Should be available as ‘View Only’ within Google Drive)
– The final video must be named ‘team- – Seek Fanatic Competition #arcticconfluence’ and uploaded as an ‘Unlisted’ video on Youtube (Choose ‘Mark as not made for kids’ while uploading)
– The content in sheets should be free of any plagiarism (except collages and human cutouts in renders)
– Submitted content must not include any information which exposes details of the participant or the region the participant resides in
– Seek Fanatic logo must be postfixed to the video for 3 seconds with black background (download logo:
– Failing in compliance with any of the above requirements will lead to disqualification of the respected team from the competition, with a notification email to the registered email id of the team leader


– Early Registration Ends: April 10th 2021 23:59 GMT (USD 15)
– Standard Registration Ends: April 2021 25th (USD 30)
– Submissions End: April 25th 2021 23:59 GMT
– Results Announced: May 25th 2021


– Winner x 1 = $1000 + Certificate + Publication in our Annual Issue + Blog Post
– Runners Up x 4 = $250 + Certificate + Publication in our Annual Issue + Blog Post
– Participation Certificates for All Teams

>>> Go to the competition’s website <<<

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