2022 ULI Hines Student Competition

2022 ULI Hines Student Competition

The ULI Hines Student Competition – Europe offers eligible students the opportunity to form multidisciplinary teams and engage in a challenging exercise in responsible land use. Working in teams of four, students are set the task of working on a challenge which tests their understanding of the core elements of […]

Breaking boundaries: Competition Culture in Europe 2017-2020

Breaking boundaries: Competition Culture in Europe 2017-2020

The publication Competition Culture in Europe 2017-2020 that was published today shows a large number of activities, research and education projects on the subject of architecture competition culture in Europe, carried out as part of a four year project initiated by Architectuur Lokaal. Twenty European countries were involved in the […]

EU Competition Culture Dictionary

EU Competition Culture Dictionary

During the Venice Biennale of Architecture, the concept of the proposed EU Competition Culture Dictionary, a vocabulary to avoid misunderstandings, was discussed by Architectuur Lokaal. The reason for compiling a glossary is that there is a lot of confusion on the terms used in international discussions. In Europe, most of […]

The Competition Grid: Experimenting With and Within Architecture Competitions

The Competition Grid: Experimenting With and Within Architecture Competitions

The Competition Grid: Experimenting With and Within Architecture Competitions, recently published by Leeds Beckett University, builds a bridge between theory (competitions as a policy instrument) and practice (competitions as an aid to innovation in the built environment), on the basis of which conclusions are drawn about political, legal and social […]

Competition Culture in Europe: Voices

Competition Culture in Europe: Voices

Competition Culture in Europe: Voices is a publication from Project Compass on architectural competitions, with a series of essays by 17 distinguished architects, competition organisers, scholars and commentators in 22 chapters, covering 11 countries. The case studies, project data, discussions and interpretive glossary, that together include reflections on historic, contemporary […]