Australian Timber Design Award: Eric Tweedale Stadium by dwp | design worldwide and partnership announced as 2021 winner

The Eric Tweedale Stadium designed by dwp | design worldwide and partnership Australia and Northrop Engineers has been announced as the winner of the Australian Timber Design Award 2021.  Along with winning the overall Award for Timber design, the project also won in the Commercial and Public Buildings category and Excellence in Engineering. Read the… Continue reading Australian Timber Design Award: Eric Tweedale Stadium by dwp | design worldwide and partnership announced as 2021 winner

House on the Hill by Alison Brooks Architects announced as 2021 House of the Year winner

In its final update to the House of the Year competition, the Royal Institute of British Architects has today announced Alison Brooks Architects’ House on the Hill as the winner of the organization’s prestigious annual award. The house features a bespoke contemporary extension of an 18th-century farmhouse structure in Gloucestershire.  Read the full post on… Continue reading House on the Hill by Alison Brooks Architects announced as 2021 House of the Year winner

Design a concept for affordable housing in Vancouver. Vancouver Affordable Housing Challenge competition is launched! [Sponsored]

Vancouver is located on the west coast of Canada and is the most populated city in British Columbia. It regularly appears on lists of the best cities in the world for livability and quality of life, and was the first city ranked in the top ten for ten consecutive years according to the Economist Intelligence… Continue reading Design a concept for affordable housing in Vancouver. Vancouver Affordable Housing Challenge competition is launched! [Sponsored]

The winners of the 2021 New Zealand Architecture Awards have been announced

The winners of the 2021 New Zealand Architecture Awards, hosted by the Te Kāhui Whaihanga New Zealand Institute of Architects, have been announced. Across 13 categories, 26 projects, featuring two social housing projects, transportable tiny homes for at-risk youth, an early childhood care center dedicated to educating students in the Maori language, and a “build to… Continue reading The winners of the 2021 New Zealand Architecture Awards have been announced

Reimagine Milan’s famous Navigli canal. Milan Navigli Canal Challenge competition is launched! [Sponsored]

Milan has a long history of navigable canals that formed a fundamental part of the city’s economy and the growth of the whole region, providing a direct connection between the northern lakes down to the sea. Within Milan, the Navigli canal transported both people and goods throughout the city, but at the start of the… Continue reading Reimagine Milan’s famous Navigli canal. Milan Navigli Canal Challenge competition is launched! [Sponsored]

AR House Awards 2021 results announced, with former car repair shop crowned winner

The Architectural Review has announced the results of the AR House Awards for 2021, recognizing six residential projects from around the world. The winning house was chosen by a judging panel that included three previous AR House finalists: Fernanda Canales, Mexico-based architect, designer, critic, and curator; Tina Gregorič, co-founder of Dekleva Gregorič Architects; and David… Continue reading AR House Awards 2021 results announced, with former car repair shop crowned winner

Design eco-friendly cabins in Europe’s greenest country. Caramel Shore Traveller Rooms competition is launched! [Sponsored]

Rural tourism has been a growing trend in recent years. Apart from the blip caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, more and more travellers had been seeking out authentic experiences in nature. This ranges from a night under the stars to living with and helping local communities. It’s a chance for smaller communities to earn an… Continue reading Design eco-friendly cabins in Europe’s greenest country. Caramel Shore Traveller Rooms competition is launched! [Sponsored]

RIBA unveils third round of House of the Year shortlisted candidates

In an update to the first two rounds of its House of the Year shortlist candidates, the Royal Institute of British Architects has released two of its final three projects which will now vie for the top spot when the award is announced in January. The latest round includes projects in South Devon and the… Continue reading RIBA unveils third round of House of the Year shortlisted candidates