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Contest resurrects three high-profile design competitions from history

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[Submissions must be uploaded by 17 July] The Zagreb Society of Architects in Croatia has launched three ideas competitions revisiting past contests

Students and professionals are invited to submit proposals for the Peak Leisure Club in Hong Kong, won by Zaha Hadid in 1983, the Yokohama Port Terminal (pictured), won by Foreign Office Architects in 1994 and the Blur Buildingin Switzerland, won by Diller Scofidio + Renfro in 1999.

The three ‘past forward’ contests are to be judged by the competitions’ original winners.

A £15,500 prize fund will be split between the contests’ top three entries ahead of a symposium on the programme at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

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