New architecture and design competitions: Chicago Architecture Biennial, IMPACTxDESIGN, Towards a New Commons, and Canadian Off-Site Construction

 

Reset: Towards a New Commons
Register/Submit Deadline: Wednesday, Apr 7, 2021

“The Center for Architecture and an expert jury will select up to 3 teams to see new dynamics of living and community that challenge urban trends towards ever-increasing isolation. the chosen teams will exhibit their add 2022 as a part of Reset: Towards a replacement Commons, an exhibition analyzing architecture’s role in envisioning new dynamics of living and community. This call requires interdisciplinary teams, comprised of social scientists and designers.”

 

 

IMPACTxDESIGN
Register/Submit Deadline: Thursday, Apr 8, 2021

“NYCxDESIGN is proud to present IMPACTxDESIGN; a replacement design competition in partnership with Caesarstone to showcase how design can enhance public space and foster engagement. Selected together with the planning Trust for Public Space, Dumbo Brooklyn and Downtown Manhattan, two historic neighborhoods and city-centers for the humanities and commerce, are identified as locations for design installations which will help bring people together and connect starting this fall. The program will offer two winning designers the prospect to form their mark on the city’s landscape and gain invaluable exposure.”

 

 

2021 Canadian Off-Site Construction Student Design Competition
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, Apr 14, 2021
Submission Deadline: Sunday, Jun 6, 2021

 

 

Student Ideas Competition at the Chicago Architecture Biennial
Register/Submit Deadline: Friday, May 7, 2021

“CAB’s 5th Student Ideas Competition is accepting submissions from 7th-12th grade Chicagoland students through May 7, 2021. Since 2015, CAB’s Student Ideas Competition has encouraged middle and highschool students to explore how design can play a task in creating shared spaces and improving communities. The Spring 2021 prompt—inspired by The Available City led by Artistic Director David Brown—asks children to seem to the requirements of local communities as they imagine new uses for existing city sites or infrastructure.”

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