Big Urban Projects
Paojiang Lake in Shaoxing, China by Paul Lukez Architecture with CRJA Landscape Architects and Green Design Union for Shaoxing Planning Bureau (on drawing board).
Place Lalla Yeddouna in Fez, Morocco by UK based mossessian & partners / Yassir Khalil Studio for The Government of The Kingdom of Morocco (under construction).
Vanke Jiugong in Beijing, China by SPARK for Vanke Group (under construction).
Flick Gocke Schaumburg campus in Dusseldorf, Germany by Eller + Eller Architekten for FGS Flick Gocke Schaumburg (on drawing board).
Old & New
Project to transform Social Houses into Sociable Homes in S.Polo, Brescia, Italy by Luca Peralta Studio for Ordine ingegneri Provincia di Brescia (on drawing board).
Regeneration & Masterplanning
Eiland Veur Lent in Nijmegen, Netherlands by UK based Baca Architects for GEM Waalsprong Beheer BV (under construction).
Sky Courts in Mumbai, India by Sanjay Puri for Tanash Environments (on drawing board).
Retail & Leisure
Sultangazi Market Hall & Car Park in Istanbul, Turkey by Suyabatmaz Demirel Architects for Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (on drawing board).
Sport & Stadiums
Alfriston Pool in Beaconsfield, United Kingdom by Duggan Morris Architects for Alfriston School (under construction).
One Wood Wharf, London Docklands by Herzog and de Meuron for Canary Wharf Group (on drawing board).
Next Generation Container Port by Osamu Morishita Architect & Associates (on drawing board). Project was entered in the Big Urban Projects category.
|Category||Award / Competition Result|
|Type||International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous|
|Genre||Complex, Housing, Office, Sustainability, Urban|
|RegDeadline||13 December 2013 GoogleCal iCal|
|13 December 2013 (Must be Received)|
|Target Field||Projects on the drawing board, or under construction, illustrated in their context|
Big Urban Projects
Regeneration and Masterplanning
Sport and stadiums
Old and new
Not yet announced
Entry fee for each project submitted is £415 + VAT at 20% until 11 October - £440 + VAT thereafter.
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