Inspireli Awards, the largest international architecture competition for students, has its winners. 1286 projects by 1310 participants coming from 89 countries competed this year and the global jury of nearly 600 architects had an uneasy task to find the best ones.
We are proud to announce that RMJM Dubai’s Thakher Gardens won the Best Future Project of the Year by Design Middle East Awards 2021.
The task of designing a place of worship, regardless of the faith, is a phenomenal challenge for any architect. For us as a team, this endeavour triggered a deep and lengthy journey into the history of humanity, the evolution of religion, the rise of Islam
New Preston Mosque
Preston, Lancashire, UK
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign
In a world where we did not stop evolving and continued the luxurious lifestyle, nature fought its way back against us by wiping away our lands and punishing us for not taking care of it the way we were meant to. We are in the year 2051 and the world is in ruins.
On The Rocks
Abhijit Prasanth, Asjad Ahmed, Manoj Pandian
The Great Wall of China
Rhinoceros 3D, SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The evaluation commission of the international architectural competition to select the best concepts for the redevelopment of the Vilnius railway station complex and surrounding area awarded the highest ranking to the proposal by Zaha Hadid Architects.
Zaha Hadid Architects
© Zaha Hadid Architects
The real to-be-built competition for the new campus at the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava (STU) has its finalists. This competition is a part of, and organized by Inspireli Awards, the largest competition for students of Architecture from all around the world, free of charge and with limitless theme.
1286 project from 1308 students from all over the world competed in the largest architectural competition Inspireli Awards and now the finalists have been chosen in all three categories – Architecture, Interior design and Urban design.
The annual KOŁO contest for conceptual design of the facility with public toilet function, organized by Geberit in Poland, always arouses great interest among beginning architects and architecture students.
Geberit sp. z o.o., ul. Postępu 1, 02-676 Warsaw
The conceptual design of the facility with public toilet function
This is an open contest, and any adult natural persons with full legal capacity and place of residence in Poland, in another Member State of the European Union, or in Ukraine or Belarus shall be eligible to participate, provided that their submitted works will not be related to their business activity and will not be produced as part of their business. Employees, associates, and representatives of the Organizer and the Partner, individuals involved in the organization of the Contest, as well as their close family members shall not be eligible for the Contest. The close family member shall be understood as: the spouse, ascendants, descendants, siblings, relatives in the same line or degree, adoptive persons and their spouses, as well as cohabitants. The Organizer reserves the right to request written statements from the Contest Participants to confirm that the aforesaid conditions have been met.