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Competitions: Editor's pick, 26.07.12

London’s Highline, Dublin’s National Rehabilitation Hospital and the WAF student contest. The editor’s pick of this weeks top competitions

The Mayor of London with the Landscape Institute and Garden Museum has opened a green infrastructure ideas contest called ‘A High Line for London’. Inspired by James Corner Field Operations/Diller Scofidio + Renfro/Piet Oudolf’s High Line park in New York (pictured), it invites ideas for a London landscape to engage communities with green infrastructure. The winner will receive £2,500 of the £3,000 prize. [Submissions to be received by 14 September]

The National Rehabilitation Hospitalin Dublin is seeking architects to join a design team for a new 18,000m² healthcare building. The proposed 120-bed ward will include therapy and social spaces. [Requests to participate to be received by
23 August]

Students have until Monday to enter the World Architecture Festival’s 2012 student design contest. Proposals that ‘rethink and renew a building, a group of buildings or an area’ are sought. Shortlisted teams will receive free tickets to the festival in Singapore, where they will present their schemes. [Entries must be received by 30 July]

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