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This year’s slogan of the International Landscape Biennial, “Performative Landscapes”, emphasizes the need to create landscapes which face today’s threats, playing ecological, social and political roles at the same time. The event, the 10th in a row, was organized by the Catalan Architects Association and the UPC University and took place in Barcelona from 25th to 29th September.

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The city of Fort Lauderdale in Florida is looking for inspiring ideas on how to connect a new regional rail/bus station to the governmental center/museum/library hub across two long city blocks through a seamless, safe shade structure. The “Urban Shade” competition is aimed at non-designers and designers, and puts focus on the pedestrian experience, which […]

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The Chicago Architectural Club has announced its annual Chicago Prize. The open idea competition is in search of visionary concepts for an area that is located 10 miles south of downtown Chicago, directly on the shores of Lake Michigan. Closing date is 10th January 2017. The former U.S. Steel site is more than 1,600,000 m2 […]

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In October 2016 the winners of first prize in the international competition to design the new Parco Centrale (Central Park) in Prato, Italy were announced: OBR Paolo Brescia and Tommaso Principi and Michel Desvigne Paysagiste. In the context of the many competitions that have been grandly celebrated in Italy over the last few years, the […]

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