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Competitions: editor's pick 29.05.15

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Regenerating Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive, upgrading Coventry Fire Station and an overhaul of the Jamsil Sports Complex in Seoul. The editor’s pick of this week’s top competitions

The Senate of Berlin has launched a second international competition to overhaul the Bauhaus Archive and Museum of Design. The latest competition seeks proposals to restore and extend the Walter Gropius-designed complex which has seen visitor numbers double in the last ten years. [Deadline for requests to participate 11 June]

The West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority is on the hunt for an architect to demolish and rebuild Coventry Fire Station. The winning team will draw up plans for a new £6.7 million facility to provide a single hub for the city’s police, fire and ambulance services. [Deadline for requests to participate 10 June]

The Seoul Metropolitan Government has launched an international ideas contest to regenerate its 402,816m² Jamsil Sports Complex. Open to all built environment professionals, the competition seeks ‘creative, innovative, and outstanding’ proposals to transform the 1984 structure into a new ‘citizen-centred’ attraction. [Deadline for registration 2 June]

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