Architecture News

  1. 2019 Hello Wood International Summer School and Festival

    2019 Hello Wood International Summer School and Festival

    For its tenth year running, Hello Wood is once again hosting its popular international summer school for young architects to help foster a 'thinking through making' mentality. The studio is putting out an open call for the jubilee event, which is themed around the folklore tradition of Carnival and will give would-be attendees an opportunity to pitch what they feel are the most pressing issues facing our society and how architecture can solve these concerns.

  2. 2019 IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award - Call for Nominations

    2019 IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award: Call for Nominations

    The 2019 IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award, the highest honor that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow upon a landscape architect, is now open for nominations. The Award recognises a living landscape architect whose achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture. The award is bestowed annually on an individual whose work and achievements merit this recognition.

  3. 2020 New York State Council on the Arts Independent Project Grants

    2020 New York State Council on the Arts Independent Project Grants

    The New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) is offering Independent Project grants of up to $10,000 for architecture, design, and historic preservation professionals. NYSCA's 2020 program in Architecture + Design is offered to individuals or teams to creatively explore or research an issue or problem in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, community centered design, historic preservation, fashion, graphic, industrial, and/or interior design that advances that field and contributes to a broader understanding of design.

  4. MK:U International Design Competition

    MK:U International Design Competition

    The MK:U International Design Competition is seeking a multidisciplinary team for the first phase of a new model university in Milton Keynes, the UK's fastest-growing city. Beloved by architects as the most original and successful of the mid-twentieth century's wave of 'New Towns,' and famously 'different by design,' Milton Keynes (MK) has successfully reinvented itself as a 'Smart City' and is a key contributor to the United Kingdom's knowledge economy.