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Competitions: Editor's Pick, 06.06.13

Trinity College Dublin’s new business school, Curragh Racecourse and Kosovo’s heritage sites. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

Trinity College Dublin is seeking an architect to design a new business school and central services building. The 12,000m² facility will host entrepreneurship activities on the prestigious university’s main College Green campus. Project managers, quantity surveyors and engineers are also required [Requests to participate are due 24 June]

A competition has been launched to find a ‘signature architect’ to redevelop Ireland’s Curragh Racecourse. Six long-listed practices will receive £6,800 each to work up ‘vision’ proposals, with a three-strong shortlist later receiving £25,000 each to submit concept designs. The winner will be awarded the contract [Responses are due by 4 July]

Sweden’s Cultural Heritage without Borders has opened an international ideas contest to reconnect three heritage sites in Vushtrri, Kosovo. Open to students and professionals, the contest focuses on the city’s Stone Bridge, Hamam of Ali Bey and Old Castle sites. Three finalist entries will share a £1,700 prize and be exhibited [Registration by 15 June]

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