The Student Final-Project Architectural Design Competition 2010


1st Prize
Project by: Akis Pattihis
Title: Der Berliner Wasserplatz
Architectural Association School of Architecture, London, UK

2nd Prize
Project by: Andrés Salgado Henriquez
Title: Navigable Pavilion and Pier in Dalcahue, Chiloe
Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile

3rd Prize
Project by: Paula Noguerón, Claudio Sarmiento and Guillermo Cano
Title: Countryside Within Cityside
ITSEM campus, Querétaro, Mexico

Special Mention
Project by: Erick Kristanto
Title: Chicago Urban Art Center: An Urban Revitalization Through Art Center
Illinois Institute of Technology, USA

2nd Special Mention
Project by: Sylvia Georgiadou, Dimitris Akritopoulos and Deniz Manisali
Title: Parametric Urbanism
Architectural Association School of Archiecture in London, The UK

3rd Special Mention
Project by: Hamid Mahmoodpour
Title: Performing Art Center
University of Tehran in Iran

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This is the first edition of the student final project design award.

Category Award / Competition Result
Type International, Award, Open, Single-Stage, Onymous
Genre Degree-Project
Country Netherlands
Registration Deadline 31 August 2010 GoogleCal iCal
Submission Deadline 31 August 2010 (via Online)
Eligibility Architecture students that have recently graduated as an architect
Target Field The final student architectural project

Welcome to, a Website dedicated to promote architecture students that have recently graduated as an architect. The purpose of this Website is to make an online archive and competition of the best architectural students with the following main goals:
1. The main goal is to publish student architecture work.
2. Another equally important goal is to help future architecture students to or nearly finished students to see what is desired from them and what kinds of methodology is constant in other students.
3. To give employers the possibility to select what kind of students fit into the design methodology of a company and therefore helping students find a job that fits well with their style and design theory.

Not yet announced

The First prize: an Ipod Nano 8GB Silver (valued at €139,-)

Entry Fee

A minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 presentation boards (A3 size) and a description of your final project not exceeding 500 words

The winners announcement: September 2010 on this website


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