A design challenge to transform Melbourne’s Docklands area, an ideas competition to develop a Scottish rural town and the chance to build an installation for the Kernel Festival; the editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions.
A real-time design challenge for 100 architects and designers aimed at transforming Melbourne’s Docklands in 72 hours has been announced. 10 urban sites in the area will be created by cross-disciplinary teams of 10. Teams must pay $200 AUD to enter with individuals paying $50 AUD. A prize of $20,000 AUD goes to the winners. The deadline for registration is 31 May.
A competition seeking ideas about how to develop the Scottish rural community of Kilcreggan has been launched. To enter teams must pay £30 with students paying £10. The winner will earn £1000. The registration deadline is 27 May, with the submission deadline being 18 July.
A design competition has been launched asking for proposals from under-35s for temporary architectural installations for Villa Tittoni Traversi Park as part of the Kernel Festival in early July. The winner will develop, build, install and exhibit their project while winning €800. The deadline for submissions is 15 May.