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 […]

Competition Culture in Vilnius, 2018

Competition Culture in Vilnius, 2018

A new national procurement law was passed in Lithuania. On the basis of this law, assignments that include public space must now be put out to tender through competitions. Following this, Rūta Leitanaitè, chair of the Union of Lithuanian Architects, organized an international conference on architectural competitions at the Raduškevičius […]