The Modular Home / Edition No 2 is the second in a series of annual competitions focusing on the concept of modular architecture. As one of the most versatile forms of design, modular architecture offers creative, efficient, and sustainable solutions when designing homes and living spaces.
For this competition, participants are tasked with designing a modular home that can be constructed in any form or layout. The modular home can be set in a location of their choice, either rural, urban, or suburban.
Museum of Emotions
Participants are free to choose the specific emotions they incite with their designs – fear, anger, anxiety, love, happiness, laughter, etc. The purpose of the Museum of Emotions is to use architecture as the primary tool to create emotional states, through consideration of the scales of the spaces, the journey through the space, colour, lighting, and material choice.
The Business as (Un)usual
The Business as (Un)usual competition invites you to imagine a future Australian city that embodies a new Australian Dream for the twenty-first century.
This competition asks you to weave a new dream for Australian cities and express it in a proposal for a future Australian city of 50,000 people or more located in a regional area.. Your future city proposal will consist of an overall vision and the design of a 1km2 precinct
Superscape: Green Shift
The biannual prize seeks to encourage innovative and visionary architectural concepts that explore new models of living and strategies for inhabiting an urban context over a broad expanse of 30 years. Reflecting processes of change, Superscape opens a creative space for unconventional ideas meant to deliver new impulses to real-life architectural output and urban development.
Mies Memorial Library
This challenge invites you to envision and design. A building not only meant to preserve, but also to celebrate the life, works and legacy of Mies van der Rohe.
Festival des Architectures Vives
The installations create an environment where the imagination of each and everyone is possible.
Feeel Design World Prize
From the participants of our competition we expect the desire to combine function, rationalism, design, form and decor in their projects – both large-scale and small, as well as the use of natural materials and, above all, attention to the sences and comfort of the future owner.
“Light of Tomorrow” is the overall theme of the International VELUX Award. The award seeks to challenge the future of daylight in the built environment with an open-minded and experimental approach. Therefore, the award seeks to widen the boundaries of daylight in architecture, including aesthetics, functionality, sustainability, and the interaction between buildings and environment.