New architecture and design competitions: National Gallery, Shenzhen Community Center, Architecture Film Festival London, and Museum of Korean Literature



The NG200 Project Design Team Selection Process
Register/Submit Deadline: Thursday, Mar 18, 2021

“The National Gallery is seeking a multi-disciplinary design team to work with it on a suite of capital projects to mark its bicentenary, its 200th anniversary, with an initial phase to be opened in 2024. The NG200 Project will enable the National Gallery to redefine its visitor experience – improving the ‘welcome’ the Gallery provides to its millions of visitors so that this lives up to the quality of its collection – considered by many the most perfect in the world.”



Shenzhen Longgang Pingdi Community Culture and Sports Center Design Competition
Register/Submit Deadline: Monday, Mar 29, 2021

“Shenzhen Longgang Community Culture and Sports Center Design Competition is now open for pre-qualification application. Design teams from home and abroad are welcomed to participate in this tender. […] This project tender scope for the winner is all-phase design of all disciplines, including schematic design and optimization (including investment estimation and specification), design development (including budget preparation), construction document (including technical documents, construction drawings and specification), construction approval assistance, on-site construction cooperation, as-built drawing preparation, project completion acceptance evaluation, etc.”



Architecture Film Festival London [OPEN CALL 2021] Register/Submit Deadline: Sunday, Apr 4, 2021

“The Architecture Film Festival London announces its 3rd festival edition, which will take place in June 2021. Since its first edition, the Architecture Film Festival London has aimed to discover and promote original ideas, conversations and art forms at the intersection of Architecture + Film. The festival organizers aim to offer a programme that fits personal spaces and shared fascinations without stealing needed off-screen time but rather enriching it. With this purpose in mind, our festival programme will present two sections: The International Film Competition and a collection of diverse, thematic screenings, essays and events entitled ‘Capsules’. Considering the UK and abroad’s current situation, this year’s festival will be held online, offering a combination of ticketed, free and off-line content.”



International Competition for the National Museum of Korean Literature, S.Korea
Registration Deadline: Friday, Apr 9, 2021
Submission Deadline: Monday, May 31, 2021

“The purpose of the Design Competition is to draw and select an optimally creative and feasible plan that is suitable for the status of the National Museum of Korean Literature as a national literature museum for the systematic collection and conservation of the Korean literary estates and that will function as a vital base of domestic and global promotion and the exchange and cooperation of the worldwide spread of Korean literature. This competition is a general open competition and international competition.”

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