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" Duel of Fortresses at Ubisoft Montreal "
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A rare example of a competition entirely organized by a private company, the competition for the redevelopment of the premises of the Ubisoft company in 2013 offers the opportunity to observe architects and designers serving clients capable of modeling unique virtual environments themselves, which will serve as framework for games with planetary resonance. [...] more
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Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Quebec, Québec, 2009
It is an immense sign of cultural maturity, by choosing to open the design of one of the most prestigious buildings in Quebec to international competitors, by allowing Quebec architects to measure themselves, at home, against the best teams in the world, based on a three phase process that was as balanced as it was rigorous, the Musée National des Beaux-Arts, in addition to the unanimous selection of a response to a difficult problematic, has finally assured that Quebec made it into the major league of international competitions. [...] more
Salle de spectacle multifonctionnelle à Mont-Laurier
Quebec, Mont-Laurier, 2011
Launched in 2011 by the Muni-Spec Mont-Laurier organism, this competition seeks to “offer a modern and successful place for scenography (...) as well as a building complex that evokes feelings of belonging to the community. » With only three proposals to select from, by vote, the jury chose the project by Pelland Leblanc architectes & AEdifica. The journalist Marie Gagnon would later in “Portail Constructo”, March 2014 issue, point out the controversial nature of the competition, confirming the cancellation of the competition and the subsequent agreement with the second finalists - FABG and Go Multimedia – and consequently two calls to tender. [...] more
Pan Am Games Award - Pavilion Competition
Ontario, Toronto, 2010
One year before the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro, athletes from over forty countries in the Americas will gather in Toronto for the Pan American Games. The area of the city chosen for these games lies to the east of the downtown core, thus extending the urban renewal that had begun several decades prior in the St. Lawrence Market area and Distillery District. The chosen area lies immediately north of the waterfront, where a need for redevelopment resulted in several major design competitions dealing with questions of urban landscape. [...] more
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A Competition With Controversial Outcomes
Salle de spectacle multifonctionnelle à Mont-Laurier
by Audrée P. Mercier, published 2016-11-14
Canadian Small House Competition, 1946: the first CMHC postwar initiative
Canadian Small House Competition
by Marie-Saskia Monsaingeon, published 2015-12-03
Brainstorming Vancouver
FormShift Vancouver : Primary
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Reimagining Museums for Climate Action
International
Registration Deadline: July 31, 2020, Submission Deadline: September 15, 2020
This competition invites to reflect on new approaches to the design, organization and experience of museums that can amplify and accelerate climate action in diverse contexts and on diverse scales. While thousands of museums around the world remain closed, new forms of engagement and experimentation have emerged to rethink the relationship between museums and society. This competition seeks to generate design and concept proposals that are radically different from the "traditional" museum, or that explore new ways for traditional museums to function. These museums of the future could thus incorporate a multitude of ways in which communities around the world have responded to COVID-19 and inspire radical new forms of action to address the climate and ecological emergency.
RE-Stock London Housing
International
Registration Deadline: June 12, 2020, Closing date for submissions: July 17, 2020
In response to London's ongoing housing crisis, this architectural competition invites participants to be bold and think outside the box. How can housing be an answer to some of the issues we face today - community cohesion, low energy consumption, reducing the carbon footprint, food production, building methods, etc.? Participants can propose either extensions to existing housing or new housing programmes that can be easily deployed to increase the city's housing capacity.
WARMING; architecture for a changed world
International
Registration Deadline: August 2, 2020 Submission Deadline: August 3, 2020
This competition calls on designers, urban planners and architects, whether students or professionals, to contribute to the reflection on the role of design in the face of climate change. The theme is open and participants will be able to choose their approach, including existing buildings, public buildings, housing and parks. The solutions offered can deal with the prevention of climate change or be designed in response to existing disasters.
Sudbury 2050 - Urban design ideas competition
Canada
Subissions deadline: August 28, 2020
A progressive competition that is being led by the McEwen School of Architecture (MSoA) in collaboration with the community. It is a competition, that offers the opportunity for entrants to think creatively about a city's complete urban core. The goal of this Urban Design Ideas Competition is to explore a wide range of options and opportunities for the evolution of the city's urban core and to ultimately set out urban design principles, that will guide its future development.
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