Dezeen passport design competition

Deadline approaching for Dezeen’s Brexit passport competition

Trudie Carter There are only 10 days left to enter our unofficial contest calling for a new design for the UK passport after Brexit. Entries are already piling up for Dezeen’s Brexit passport competition, which is looking for designs that present a positive vision of the...
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AIA Awards Three Short Films About Architecture – Metropolis Mag

Vanessa Quirk The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has announced the winners of its I Look Up Film Challenge, a competition for short films about architecture. Out of 47 entries, three inspiring films were recognized. In first place, Arch 335: Rebuilding Medcamps, by Brad...
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NBWW proud to be named Finalist in the 2016 Structures Awards by SFBJ

It’s time to celebrate the best in South Florida real estate. Join us for the South Florida Business Journal’s 2016 Structures Awards – recognizing the top commercial and residential projects in the Miami Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County. Join us for cocktails, stations...
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Architect’s Newspaper Best of Design Awards 2016 – enter by Sept 30th

The Architect’s Newspaper speaks directly to leaders in architecture and design with news, products, developments, trends, and updates. With our recently launched magazine, A|N Interior, our outreach to the design community has grown exponentially. Our fourth annual Best Of...
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Opal Sands Resort: A New Gem on Clearwater Beach

NBWW and Moss project, Award Winner in ENR Southeast 16th Annual ‘Best Projects’

ENR Southeast’s annual competition to recognize the “best” construction and design efforts in the region has resulted in this 16th group of Best Projects award winners listed below. by Scott Judy ______ Residential/Hospitality Best Project: Opal Sands Resort, Clearwater Beach,...
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Upping the ante: the high and low culture of architecture competitions | Archinect

Nicholas Korody Entering an architecture competition is basically a form of speculative investment. Time is money, and competitions tend to require a lot of both. Models, renders, and prints—not to mention wages—can deplete the coffer quickly, especially for a young practice. A...
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Photos by Debbie Carlos, Simon Simard, Mark Wickens, Barrett Emke, Michael Persico, and Patricia Chang for Curbed

Groundbreakers: Call for Submissions – Curbed

We’re now accepting nominations for our 2016 Groundbreakers By Curbed The Curbed Groundbreakers award, now in its second year, recognizes architects, both seasoned and new, who are changing the way the built world functions. From the 20-year veteran radicalizing affordable...
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Enter Now: The Eighth Annual ARCHITECT 50

How does your firm stack up among the best? Which architecture firms top their peers in quality of work? Who are the leaders in sustainable design? Are the biggest firms making the biggest waves? Those are just a few of the questions that our annual ranking of architecture firms...
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Is The Broken Culture Of Design Competitions Finally Changing? | Co.Design

Three major metropolitan AIA chapters banded together to change the unfair rules of a major design competition. Kelsey Campbell-Dollaghan Working for free has been a reality for architects for decades. The hallmark of the practice is the open competition—a scourge on the...
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Young Guns: We Want Your Nominations! – Curbed

Our annual gathering of the best and brightest talents in the design world by Kelsey Keith A “young gun” encapsulates a spirit more than an actual age: Each year, we seek to honor as-yet-under-the-radar design professionals who are challenging the industry’s...
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