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Competitions.

The latest international competitions for architects and students.

Architecture and Water

Registration: 30 November 2000

Submission: 31 March 2001

Entry fee: FF450 professionals; FF175 students

Awards: US $10 000 total

Eligibility: open to all architects and students

Jury: Vassilis Sgoutas, Jean-Claude Riguet, Sara Topelson de Grinberg, Donald J. Hackl, Andreas Hempel, Taoufik EI-Euch, Alexandru Beldiman, Miguel Pereira, Hisham Albakri and Wolf Tochtermann

Competition organized by the UIA that explores the relationship between architecture and water. The competition calls for ideas that show water in all its forms can stimulate architectural creativity. The competition brief is very wide-ranging. Proposals can be located near water, over water or even under water. They may be submitted for large or small scale buildings, shelters, structures, urban and rural planning. Sites can be real or imaginary. Competitors should take account of environmental and cultural parameters and so attempt to evolve a more humane approach to architecture.

Further information and registration:

UIA General Secretariat

51 rue Raynouard

75016 Paris

France

Tel: +33 1 45 24 36 88

Fax: +33 1 45 24 02 78

Email: uia@uia-architectes.org

Website: www.uiaarcbitectes. org

Japan Design Foundation

Registration and submission: 19 January 2001

Entry fee: none

Awards: US $71 000 total

Eligibility: open to all architects and students

Jury: Atsuko Kamoshida, David Kusuma, lkko Tanaka, Takeshi Tsuruta, Rikuhei Yamauchi

The 10th International Design Competition is held at a memorable turning point in human history as we enter a new millennium. In the twenty-first century, the world will have to tackle a number of global problems: growing population, dwindling food supply, destruction of the environment, and the impact of the rapid advances in information technology. The theme of this competition is to suggest ideas to help the world resolve the problems it faces. What is sought is mediation, as light and casual as the film of a soap bubble, capable of maintaining the critical balance between these conflicting global pressures.

Further information and registration:

The 10th International Design Competition, Osaka

c/o Japan Design Foundation

Osaka Ekimae Dai-ichi Building 8F

3-1-800, Umeda 1-chome, Kita-ku, Osaka, 530-0001 Japan

Fax: +81 6 6346 2615

Email: jdff@silver.ocn.ne.jp

Website: www.jidpo.or.jp

Archiprix

Archiprix the Netherlands prize for final year students, has done much to generate a vibrant architectural culture in the Netherlands (AR September, p82), and is becoming international.

Archiprix 2001 will be judged by a distinguished international jury. The 50 best projects will be made into an exhibition to be held at the Van Nelle factory, Rotterdam, Mart Stain's marvellous Modernist masterpiece, which has been converted into a cultural centre. From these the winner will be chosen. Selected projects will be published in The Architectural Review, and Archiprix hopes to publish a book on the entries.

From this month, schools can apply through the website www.archiprix.org, where full details of the award can be obtained. Each entry should have six A2 panels, ten 35mm slides and a 500 word synopsis of intentions. Further details will be given in the AR shortly, and on our own website www.arplus.com.

Graphisoft Prize

Registration: 20 October 2000

Submission: 31 October 2000

Entry fee: none

Awards: $10 000 in total plus software

Eligibility: open to all architects and students

Jury: to be confirmed

The seventh annual Graphisoft Prize promotes innovative use of CAD software in architecture. The competition asks entrants to create imaginary architectural works from a list of cultural references. This year's selection includes The Ministry of Truth from George Orwell's novel 1984 and The Cotton Club from Francis Coppola's film.

Further information and registration:

Graphisoft Prize

Email: gsprize@graphisoft.com

Website: www.gsprize.com
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