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Final design: Marks Barfield Architects with Buro Happold, J&L Gibbons Landscape Architects, and Gardiner and Theobald

Revealed: Nine Elms bridge finalists’ latest designs

21-Jul-2015

Hopkins, AL_A, Marks Barfield, and Bystrup with Robin Snell & Partners have revealed their final designs for a contentious new £40 million bridge in Nine Elms, south west London

RIBA Gold Medal

RIBA launches Research Medal design contest

21-Jul-2015

The RIBA has launched a design competition for its new President’s Medal for Research

Ipswich. Image by Bob Jones

Masterplanner sought for Ipswich industrial site

20-Jul-2015

Ipswich Borough Council (IBC) is seeking an architect to masterplan its 52 hectare Sproughton Road development site

Sutton High Street. Image by Stephen McKay

Sutton seeks masterplanner for town centre renewal

20-Jul-2015

The London Borough of Sutton is on the lookout for an architect to masterplan its town centre

The National Library of Poland in Warsaw. Image by Marcin Bialek

Design contest opens for Polish national library upgrade

20-Jul-2015

The National Library of Poland in Warsaw has launched an international design competition for its internal renewal

The University of Cyprus. Image by UniversityofCypruspics

Cyprus university opens medical school contest

14-Jul-2015

The University of Cyprus has a launched an international competition for a new medical school

Team GB Curling at Sochi 2014. Image by Katarzyna Wicik

Architect sought for £2.25m National Curling Centre in Stirling

13-Jul-2015

Stirling Council is on the hunt for an architect for Scotland’s new £2.25 million National Curling Centre

London skyline

RA hunts for ideas to fill in ‘London’s urban jigsaw’

9-Jul-2015

The Royal Academy of Arts has launched a new ideas contest for the capital’s brownfield sites

Lee Valley Reservoirs. Image by Thomas Nugent

Karakusevic Carson lands Meridian Water re-masterplanning role

8-Jul-2015

A team led by Karakusevic Carson Architects (KCA) has been picked to re-masterplan the £1.5 billion Meridian Water Housing Zone scheme in Enfield, north London

Heatherwick Garden Bridge

Contest seeks satirical Garden Bridge alternatives

7-Jul-2015

A satirical ideas competition has been launched seeking alternative ‘follies’ for Thomas Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge site in London

Ispwich. Image by Bob Jones

Ipswich seeks architect for tower block revamp

6-Jul-2015

Ipswich Borough Council is on the hunt for an architect to overhaul Cumberland Towers

Wakefield Crown Court. Image by Mike Kirby

Architect sought for Wakefield crown court restoration

6-Jul-2015

Wakefield City Council is on the lookout for an architect to restore its Grade II* listed former crown court

Trinity Dublin. Image by William Murphy

Trinity College Dublin seeks campus masterplanner

6-Jul-2015

University of Dublin Trinity College is seeking an architect to re-masterplan its city centre campus

NPS\' shortlisted scheme

Just one week left to enter the British Homes Awards

3-Jul-2015

The deadline is looming for the British Homes Award 2015, which challenges architects to design standard house types for garden city homes

Berlin\'s Tegel Airport. Image by Standardizer

Public realm contest launched for Tegel Airport site re-use

29-Jun-2015

Berlin’s senate has launched a competition to design the public realm for a proposed new business district on the site of Tegel Airport

The National Media Museum. Image by Dupont Circle

National Media Museum seeks architect for new gallery

23-Jun-2015

The National Media Museum in Bradford is on the lookout for an architect for a new interactive gallery

Haydn Ellis Building by IBI Nightingale

Cardiff seeks architect for £300m innovation campus

23-Jun-2015

Cardiff University is on the hunt for an architect for its new £300 million innovation campus

The Maspero Triangle in Cario

Masterplanning contest launched for Cairo’s Maspero Triangle

23-Jun-2015

The Egyptian government has opened an international masterplanning contest to regenerate the Maspero Triangle district in west central Cairo

Nepal Earthquake destruction. Image by Moni Jha

Contest opens for Nepal earthquake relief structures

22-Jun-2015

A design competition has been launched for innovative ideas to help rebuild Nepal following its recent devastating earthquake

Taoyuan Airport. Image by Padai

Taiwan airport opens £1bn terminal contest

22-Jun-2015

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport has launched an international competition for a new £1 billion terminal

Hare

Nicholas Hare bags approval for new London Film School

14-Jul-2015

Nicholas Hare Architects has won planning permission to create a new home for the London Film School at the Barbican centre in London

Lee Valley Reservoirs. Image by Thomas Nugent

Karakusevic Carson lands Meridian Water re-masterplanning role

8-Jul-2015

A team led by Karakusevic Carson Architects (KCA) has been picked to re-masterplan the £1.5 billion Meridian Water Housing Zone scheme in Enfield, north London

Shortlisted: Caruso St John Architects (London)

Caruso St John misses out in race for MAXXI neighbour job

24-Jun-2015

Milan’s Studio 015 has defeated Caruso St John Architects in the international design competition for a 5.1 ha plot next to Zaha Hadid’s Stirling Prize-winning MAXXI in Rome

Winner: Broadway Malyan\'s entry in the competition to design the \'Destination Hub\' in Everton Park, Liverpool (model)

Plug pulled on Broadway Malyan's Everton Park visitor centre

23-Jun-2015

The backers behind Broadway Maylan-designed plans to create a huge viewing platform in a Liverpool park have confirmed the scheme is being shelved because of funding problems

2nd Prize:  The Floating Square Mile, London by Assia Stefanova, Newcastle University

Revealed: RIBA and CAA future cities student contest winners

18-Jun-2015

The RIBA and Commonwealth Association of Architects (CAA) have unveiled the winners of an international student-only contest to imagine cities in the year 2065

Birmingham Centenary Square winner - Graeme Massie Architects

Graeme Massie wins Birmingham Centenary Square contest

17-Jun-2015

Graeme Massie Architects has won the RIBA-run contest to regenerate Birmingham’s Centenary Square

The URS Building at the University of Reading

Hawkins\Brown picked for new Reading architecture school

16-Jun-2015

Hawkins\Brown has won the commission for the University of Reading’s new School of Architecture

WINNER: Michael Lee Architects\' Cronton Colliery scheme

At last: Michael Lee submits Cronton Colliery plans

15-Jun-2015

Michael Lee Architects has finally submitted a planning application for its competition-winning Cronton Colliery visitor centre scheme

ABIR Architects\' competition-winning project to overhaul the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

ABIR wins planning for Weald & Downland museum revamp

5-Jun-2015

[First look + plans + project data] ABIR Architects has won planning permission for this £5 million, competition-winning project to overhaul the Weald & Downland Open Air Museum

Alvar Aalto\'s competition-winning Säynätsalo Town Hall, Finland

Helping to make the unknowns well known

30-Jan-2015 | By Malcolm Reading

Competitions may be hard work, but they remain a fantastic opportunity for new talent to establish itself, writes Malcolm Reading

How to design a successful awards or competition entry

1-Jan-2013 | By

Seven tips on how to design entry boards, fill in forms and what kind of photography you’ll need to win

How to sell your project to an interview panel

1-Jan-2013 | By

10 tips on how to convince a judging panel, client or jury that you’re the right practice for the job

American Air Museum Duxford. Image by Christopher Kern

Competitions: editor's pick 24.07.15

21-Jul-2015 | By

Masterplanning IWM Duxford, upgrading the National Library of Poland and a 52 hectare industrial district near Ipswich. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The MOSI warehouse building

Competitions: editor's pick 17.07.15

14-Jul-2015 | By

The Museum of Science and Industry’s new gallery, a Hans Christian Andersen visitor attraction in Denmark and Stirling’s National Curling Centre. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Competition site for the extension to the Alvar Aalto Museum and the Museum of Central Finland. Image by Alvar Aalto Museum

Competitions: editor's pick 10.07.15

7-Jul-2015 | By

Expanding the Alvar Aalto Museum, a masterplan for Trinity College in Dublin and restoring Wakefield’s former crown court. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Haydn Ellis Building by IBI Nightingale

Competitions: editor's pick 03.07.15

30-Jun-2015 | By

Cardiff University’s new innovation campus, Tegel Airport public realm and a new exhibition for the National Media Museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Willow Tearooms. Image by Dave Souza

Competitions: editor's pick 26.06.15

23-Jun-2015 | By

Restoring Glasgow’s Willow Tearooms, a new £1bn terminal at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and overhauling the Gutenberg Museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Manchester Airport expansion

Competitions: editor's pick 19.06.15

16-Jun-2015 | By

Manchester Airport’s £1bn upgrade, social housing in Derry-Londonderry and expanding Nottingham’s New Art Exchange. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Gladstone\'s Library. Image by Mike Faherty

Competitions: editor's pick 12.06.15

9-Jun-2015 | By

Expanding Gladstone’s Library, redeveloping Lancaster University’s management school and a new postgraduate centre for the University of Edinburgh. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Cambridge. Image by Andrew Dunn

Competitions: editor's pick 05.06.15

2-Jun-2015 | By

Cambridge’s new Cavendish Laboratory, regenerating the Oastler Centre in Bradford and Colombia’s history museum. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions