Resilient Homes Design Challenge


The World Bank, Build Academy, Airbnb and GFDRR are calling upon architects to design small, cost-effective (under $10,000), sustainable homes​ for people living in underdeveloped areas that both reduce the risk of damage and enable rapid reconstruction following a natural disaster.

Winning designs will be published and winners will be invited to exhibit at the World Bank in Washington DC, USA and other select global venues. Winning designs could also eventually inform resilient housing or reconstruction work for World-Bank-funded projects in places like the Caribbean, South and East Asia, etc.​

Register now for FREE on to participate in this prestigious, global competition!


Natural disasters are on the rise. Since 1990, natural disasters have affected 217 million people every single year. Hundreds of floods, storms, heat waves and droughts have left about 606,000 people dead and 4.1 billion injured or homeless around the world since 1995. In 2017 alone, 19 million lost their homes due to natural disasters. it is often the poorest that suffer the most from these shocks.

As architects and engineers, we can design resilient and sustainable homes that both reduce the risk of damage and enable rapid reconstruction following a disaster by helping governments and individuals to create to implement the creation of resilient cities as well as a speedy recovery more efficiently.


1) Sign up NOW for FREE on You can participate on your own or form your team
2) Participate in optional educational tutorials to enhance your knowledge of the context
3) Receive optional regular feedback from Experts and on group forums on your designs
4) Submit your final proposal by November 30th, 2018 at the very latest
5) A highly reputable Jury will select and announce the winners on December 14th, 2018


The challenge has been designed for three scenarios. Design teams can submit designs for a single scenario or all three scenarios depending on their preference.​

Scenario 1: Earthquakes & tropical storms on islands​
Scenario 2: Earthquakes & landslides in mountain & inland areas​
Scenario 3: Tropical storms & floods in coastal areas​

Design teams are encouraged to look beyond “fully prefabricated” housing designs in order to allow incorporating local building materials into their designs; designs could be part prefabricated with a clear aim towards ease of construction​, but do not need to have any prefabricated elements at all if the designer deems it appropriate.

Architects can participate as an individual or as part of a team. At least one member of the team should have an architectural or/and engineering degree. Final year students of architecture are allowed to participate as members of a team that contains at least one person with a completed architectural degree. Architecture firms and architects who have dealt with this problem on the ground are also encouraged to participate and submit designs that may have been used in some specific place in the past.

For designers, previous architectural experience is highly recommended. It is furthermore encouraged to have non-designers on the team who are social workers, economists, policy makes, developers, or business people who can integrate their knowledge and skills with the work of the designers.

For detailed guidelines, dimensional criteria and a list of deliverables, please go to


Hashim Sarkis, PhD; Dean, MIT School of Architecture & Planning
Sameh Wahba; Director, Social, Rural, Urban and Resilience Global Practice, World Bank Group
Elizabeth Hausler, PhD; Founder & CEO, Build Change
Sonal Sancheti; Partner, Opolis Architects
Pablo Allard; Dean, School of Art and Architecture, Universidad del Desarrollo in Chile

We look forward to welcoming you to the competition!




Joan B. Calambokidis Innovation in Masonry Competition

The Joan B. Calambokidis Innovation in Masonry Competition (JBC Competition) challenges architects, engineers, students, and firms to imagine the future of masonry design and construction.

The goal of this year’s competition is to develop a high-rise building with a masonry envelope enclosure located in a major metropolitan area of the entrant’s/entrants’ choice. Solutions should explore the implementation of innovative masonry construction technologies and focus on building envelope performance with respect to constructability, energy, structure, and aesthetic considerations. Urban jobsite logistics for the selected major metropolitan area and sequencing should also be addressed.

Scale, size, program, and metropolitan location of the project are left to the participant. Open air fenestration screen walls are not recommended as solutions for this year’s competition. All designs must incorporate one or more of the following materials: brick, concrete block, tile, marble, terrazzo, stone, or plaster.

BIM, computational design plugins like Dynamo or Grasshopper, and emerging construction and manufacturing technologies should be used to develop solutions. Participants are highly encouraged to use BIM-M tools like the Masonry Unit Database and other plugins found at

The competition is open to:

-Students enrolled in a design, architecture, or engineering program
-Architectural and Engineering Firms

Multidisciplinary teams are encouraged. There is no limit on the number of participants per team. Individual submissions are also permitted. Participants, whether individual or team, may only submit one entry.

3 grand prize winners will be awarded across 3 categories:

-Students: $5,000 awarded to competitor, $5,000 granted to award winner’s school/program
-Young Architects and Engineers: $10,000
-Firms, Multidisciplinary teams, and Individual Architects/Engineers: $10,000

In addition to monetary prizes, winners may receive special publication and promotion opportunities, and will be honored during an awards ceremony in San Diego, California. Travel and accommodations to San Diego will be provided by the International Masonry Institute (IMI) for up to 2 individuals from each winning category.

Entries will be evaluated by a prestigious panel of renowned architects and leaders in the masonry design and construction industry.

The following criteria will be used to judge submissions:

-Originality (30%)
-Execution of idea (40%)
-Potential for transforming the solution or idea into a new design or construction paradigm (30%)

To enter the competition, participants are required to register an account at The process is quick and easy: only basic contact information is collected and there is no cost to register. If entering as a team, please choose a team lead to register an account. After registering, the participant will receive an email asking to confirm his/her account by clicking the provided link. Participants must confirm their account to complete registration.

The online entry and submission system ( will open on October 1, 2018 (00:00 EST). Through the system, participants can start and save their entries in-progress and return at any time using the login created during registration.

Completed entries must be submitted by November 30, 2018 (23:59 EST). The submission system will automatically stop accepting entries after this time, and no extensions will be granted.

Participants are required to submit the following deliverables as a part of their entry:

-Two digital presentation boards depicting your project. Include plans, sections, details, 3D images, and any other information needed to explain your design solution. Digital boards should be landscape-oriented at 24″(h) X 36″(w) and saved as JPEGs at 150 dpi resolution in RGB mode.
-A video (2 minutes max.) featuring a fly-through of your design and/or an explanation of your solution. Accepted file formats: .mov, .m4v, .mp4, or .mpeg.
-A project statement (600 words max.) that explains how your concept rethinks the innovative potential of masonry and addresses program requirements outlined in the competition brief.
-Contact information, as requested during registration and on the entry form.
-For Student Category Entrants Only: Proof of current enrollment in a design, architecture, or engineering program.

-Registration opens: September 3, 2018 (00:00 EST)
-Submission opens: October 1, 2018 (00:00 EST)
-Submission deadline: November 30, 2018 (23:59 EST)
-Winners notified: February 2019
-Award ceremony/winners announced: March 2019




Total Prize: $30,000.00



The Malta International Photo Award (MIPA) is a photography award that aims at providing aspiring photographers from all around the globe with the chance to share their passion and world. We strive to connect the world through photography, and showcase the nature and cultures of different regions of the world to a global audience.

MIPA wants to provide international photographers with a deep insight into different approaches towards photography, and we hope to encourage people to push their personal and professional boundaries.

The ‘Malta’ element is an essential part of the conception of this international photo award. The country’s national language, Maltese, is rooted in Arabic but heavily influenced by Romance tongues. The modern people of Malta are descendent from countries in the Middle East, North Africa, the Mediterranean and Northern European. The islands’ history dates as far back as 3500 BC, bestowing them with an enormous breadth of cultural and artistic heritage. The country is an emerging cosmopolitan home to an ever growing population of expats that have travelled from all over the world to live and work there.

As such, the Malta International Photo Award wants to adopt the Maltese outlook on life – we look outside of the confines of a small island to the rest of the world, and we welcome everyone to join in.


Participants can submit their photographs by no later Friday 30th November at 3:00pm CET.

An Entry fee of €10 is required for each photograph submitted in the categories of Nature, People, Abstract and Cities.

An Entry fee of €30 is required for each series submitted in the Storytelling category.

Please remember to read our Award Rules and Terms and Conditions before submitting your photographs.


The Malta International Photo Award has a strong focus on delivering a quality jury of experts, so as to ensure that all entry participants’ work is reviewed by the right people. The Jury will be reviewing all the entries, consulting among themselves, and selecting the top 25 images or collections (for storytelling) in each category.


Photography is a craft that must be compensated accordingly, so our prizes have been tailored to reflect this.

The winners in each category will be announced after the jury review has been concluded, and they will be notified through their personal account.

A public announcement will be made through our website on the 20th December 2018.


We aim to offer a clear and transparent evaluation process for interested participants, which will be delivered by one of the expert jury members. This is important to us, as we believe that every photographer should have the opportunity to learn and grow from the work they submit.

An Evaluation fee of €10 is required for each photograph submitted in the categories of Nature, People, Abstract and Cities.

An Evaluation fee of €30 is required for each series submitted in the Storytelling category.

Each evaluation will be provided by the Chairman of the Jury, Prof. Arne Hodalič, where he will give photographers an in-depth constructive feedback about the pictures.



‘Cities’ aims at having photographers focusing on architectural elements, delving into urban lifestyles, and also looking at life on the street.


‘Nature’ is a theme that can be best explained as landscapes, wildlife, and the scientific curiosities that exist in the natural world. Themes such as agriculture, the oceans, forests, freshwater bodies, and mountains are all accepted.


‘People’ focuses on the human figure, which has long been a source of fascination and inspiration. The focus should include portraits and scenes that provide a glimpse into daily life, with a person or persons being the main subject or theme of the study.


‘Abstract’ is our experimental category. There is no concept in this theme, and photographers are invited to be non-objective and to come up with visual photographs that can evoke a deep-thought process in the viewer. All kinds of digital manipulation are allowed in this category.


‘Storytelling’ is a category that invites the photographer to submit a series of 5 images. While it is true that every photograph has its own story, sometimes one image does not do the story justice. As such, we would like photographers to tell a story through a collection of images that work harmoniously together.

Visit our Award Rules section to find out more details about the specifications to keep in mind when submitting your photographs.



The grand prize will be awarded for the top 3photos or collections (for storytelling) from each category – a total amount of €45,000.

This will be split into each of the five categories:

The winning picture receives €5,000

The runner-up receives €3,000

The third placed picture receives €1,000


The second Prize will be awarded to the top 15 photos or collections (for storytelling) from each category.

The selected pictures and collections will be exhibited at the prestigious Malta Postal Museum in Valletta, Malta, during a public exhibition in February 2019.


The third prize will be awarded to the top 25 photos or collections (for storytelling) from each category.

The selected pictures and collections will be featured in a high quality publication by the Malta International Photo Award.

In addition, all pictures selected for the above prizes will be listed on our website under the ‘Winners Gallery’, as well as international recognition for each photographer through our marketing process.




Total Prize: €45,000

Andreu World International Design Contest 2018



Design for a chair and/or table.


  • Seating: The main material used shall be Beech wood, Oak wood or Walnut. Chairs may be upholstered to a greater or lesser extent, if considered appropriate and veneered board or plywood.
  • Tables: The main material used shall be Beech wood, Oak wood or Walnut. Tables may be veneered board or plywood.
  • The use of other materials such as metals, plastics, glass, etc. is allowed when complementary, structural or incidental to the above.
  • All designs presented shall be new, not having been marketed or disclosed prior to the date of the Contest.


  • Possible innovative features related to design, quality, technology, production processes, etc. and in general anything that adds value to the presented project.
  • Possible adaptation to the product philosophy of Andreu World, S.A.
  • Production costs and/or recovery.
  • Functionality: fulfilment of the functions for which it has been designed.
  • All-round simple and viable mass production possibilities.
  • Possible versatility and suitability for development in occasional pieces such as stools, easy chairs, sofas, etc. in the case of chairs, and of different sizes and heights in the case of tables.
  • Suitability to numerous ambiences and uses such as the home, contract work, etc.
  • The presentation of a creative video explaining the project and/or showing the details and model of the design will be evaluated.



The competition is open both to design students and to professionals,without age limit.


In order to participate, contestants must design an item of furniture (seat or table) that integrates all the specifications outlined by Andreu World, S.A. in the product briefing and which resolves the accompanying technical and formal challenges in the terms indicated.
Conditions and Briefing

Students or design professionals interested in participating can consult the Conditions and the Briefing via the “Contest | 18” menu.


Following registration, a personal file is created for each contestant. This file serves to identify the Contestant in the Contest Website during this year’s Competition and future editions.

Participants may only register themselves via the registration form available in our website. Participants may register only once. Registration is not transferable.

New participants may register by completing the form available via the Access menu in the website. Following registration, participants will be sent an email with a link to validate the registration.

Once registered, participants can identify themselves in the website using their personal password in order to consult and modify their personal data in the “Edit your data” section within the “Personal data” menu.


Participants may complete the Registration process for the Andreu World International Design Contest once they have obtained a participant number. Once you have identified yourself in the website, you can consult and request your participant numbers (for example: 20180001) in the Participant numbers section within the Inscription menu.

Each participant must request a participant number for each project presented. You can request as many participant numbers as are necessary.

Participant numbers

Any designs which are not accompanied by the corresponding participant number as issued via the Andreu World, SA, website will be excluded from the Andreu World International Design Contest.

Any designs which are received accompanied by numbers which are not present Andreu World, SA database will also be excluded.

The inclusion of any personal information in the documentation submitted during the competition will also be reason for exclusion.

All material submitted must be identified with the assigned participant numbers.

  • Models
  • Technical report
  • CD or USB
  • Packaging
  • Other material relevant to the project.


The following material must be submitted by each participant:

  • prototype of the proposed piece (scale 1:5).
  • technical report, to be presented on 2 to 4 double-space, single-face A4 typewritten pages. 8 ½ inches x 11 inches pages for projects sent from United States of America.
  • CD or USB with plans, diagrams, sketches, reders or pictures from the model.

Particular consideration will be given to innovative contributions (based on a feasibility study), which help to increase the product quality. The following factors will be analyzed:

  • Production costs.
  • Compliance with the intended functions.
  • Ergonomics.

Designs must be submitted in such a manner as to facilitate their mechanized mass production.

All products must be original, i.e., they must not reflect previous designs.

Video Presentation

The presentation of a creative video explaining the project and/or showing the details and model of the design will be evaluated.

The maximum video duration (*.avi) will be 2 minutes and should be created in widescreen format with a minimum resolution of 1080p (1920×1080) and maximum resolution of 2160p (3840×2160).
File size in avi format cannot exceed 1 Gb.

The video should be uploaded to the Andreu World contest website. Once identified, access the menu option “Upload video”, where you can upload the file, renaming it with the “participant number” (e.g. “20180001.avi”).

Total Prize: € 6,000

Industart 2018 – International Industrial Design Awards



The international contest of the industrial design INDUSTART starts.
More than 55 participating countries, 7 nominations, 21 sub-nominations.

INDUSTART – is the only awards in the world whose prominent jury will impartially and adequately determine the value of your even unrealized project-concept in the terms of both the art of design and the industrial potential of the objects!

INDUSTART – is an integrated approach that allows step-by-step and on a large-scale to motivate and to streamline Ukrainian design environment as a part of the world design community. INDUSTART Awards includes the awards itself and annual events within the framework of the contest both in Ukraine and abroad.

INDUSTART – is a unique event that gives a promising start in various fields of activity: design, contemporary art, modern technologies and business. This is an opportunity to prove yourself and your talent, to present an author product and achieve your creative ambitions, to satisfy the hunger of contemporaries for the beauty and harmony of objective reality created by the human mind.

Available Contest nominations:   
1. Furniture design
2. Equipment design
3. Lighting design
4. Computer equipment and consumer electronics design
5. Transport design
6. Interior decor design
7. Design of jewelry and accessories.

In each nomination we will consider separately projects that have been realized, design concepts and student works.

The awards entries will be evaluated by prominent international* – designers, architects, art directors, chief editors of profile publications and other industry professionals.  Your projects can be submitted in electronic format in the form of sketches (3D projects, sketches, schemes, etc.) with a description. * (The international jury is currently in the process of formation)


*Registration fee for students of higher and secondary educational institutions (without VAT).
**If you wish to submit multiple entries, the payment is charged for each subsequent operation.

Register for the Awards on the official website

Contest works’ submitting – until November 30, 2018.



The winner AWARD INDUSTART is awarded in each nomination.

The winner of the first place of the INDUSTART Awards will receive a prize: 2000 EUR.

SCHOLARSHIP FOR LEARNING IN IED (Istituto Europeo di Design)
The scolarship prize of the INDUSTART Awards is provided by our partner IED (Istituto Europeo di Design), founded in 1966. Tens of thousands of professionals of the fashion and design industry graduated from this university, their names are heard and known in haute couture shows, prestigious exhibitions and in the windows of the most fashionable boutiques.

The designer watches project ZAVOD gives the winner of the Industart awards with a symbolic and special gift – the Ukrainian designer watch RIDER1991! Design-concept of the watch RIDER1991 is a collaboration project of watchmakers of ZAVOD and designers of the Ukrainian design studio GM design group, this design-concept won the Industart awards in 2015.Follow us INDUSTART on Facebook

How to Enter


Before signing up, please review the nonimation categories and its criteria. You can check your works using the preview application on INDASTART website.


Fill in the registration form to submit your entry. Please, refer to the judging criteria outlining the key features and benefits of your entry.


You can upload up to 8 images and provide a Vimeo or YouTube link to support your entry. Uploaded images must be in JPEG or PNG format, a minimum of 1200 pixels wide and not larger than 3MB.

Registration fee

Entry fee – 60* EUR (exc VAT). Entry fee for students of higher and secondary education institutions 30* EUR (exc VAT).
*Registration fee only for strictly classification period.

Total Prize: € 2,000

Cemer Dreams Come True Design Competition 2018

Cemer is seeking for innovative and creative ideas for 2018, for its 3rd “Dreams Come True” Design Competition, themed: World is a Playground.

Professionals and Students are invited to submit designs that changes the habits of city life, provides freedom to children in a crowded cities and revitalizes the social life.

A total of six prizes will be awarded in each of the two competition categories. The first prize in the Professional category is 5,000 Euro. The first prize in the Student category is 2,500 Euro. The total prize money fund for 2018 is 19,500 Euro.

Participants are expected to design future play and play equipment that are suitable for today’s and tomorrow’s children and that will contribute to their spiritual and physical development.

Each submitted project must:

  • have not been produced before,
  • have not been made available to the public,
  • have not been placed in a similar competition and
  • have not been awarded.

Competitors can participate in only one competition category (student or professional) with a maximum of three (3) different projects .

Competition Specification

The Dreams Come True competition is organized by Cemer Kent Ekipmanları San. Tic. A.Ş.

Total Prize: € 19,500

Concorso “Le 5 Stagioni”

International Competition to “design the success of pizzerias”

The new International Competition “Le 5 Stagioni” is organized by Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA with its line of flours for pizza making “Le 5 Stagioni” in collaboration with the ARD&NT Institute (Politecnico di Milano e Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera).
The Competition’s scope is to emphasise innovation and to boost attention on the new market’s requirements, and it is open to architects, entrepreneurs, designers and contractors.
The new Competition Le 5 Stagioni will award 3 already existing and operating Pizzerias.
The total amount of the prize is of € 7,500
Participation is free.


1. Description of the Competition
The International Competition “Le 5 Stagioni” is open to architects, contractors, entrepreneurs, design studios and designers from contract companies, who are engaged in the designing, planning and building of premises specific for the preparation and consumption of pizzas.
The competition is organized by Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA with their line “Le 5 Stagioni”, flours specific for pizza making, in collaboration with the ARD&NT Institute (Politecnico di Milano and Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera). Three Pizzerias, designed by individual competitors or groups of competitors will be awarded a prize.
This new initiative is the follow up of the process begun by Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA in 2010, whose aim is to internationally highlight and reward innovation in the projecting of premises specific for the production and consumption of pizza. This edition focuses on the very up to date relationship between project solutions and the market’s new requirements.
2. Theme of the competition
The competition’s scope is to enhance innovation in the designing, planning and realization of spaces for the production and consumption of pizza, expressing regenerating potentials and stimulating the development with focus on the relationship between project, architecture and new lifestyle and consumption habits.
Theme of the competition is the innovation of premises and retail spaces dedicated to the preparation, sale or consumption of the product pizza, in terms of conception, planning and furnishing of the new spaces.
The competition is International and intended for:
Projects of premises and spaces destined to the preparation and production of pizza with in-house consumption or takeaway
The premises must have been completed, be in business and still open in the period of time between 1st September 2016 and 1st October 2018.
3. Participants
The competition is open to individuals of 18 years of age and over.
Participation is free and can be entered by persons or groups. In the latter case, a representative must be necessarily indicated who will act as unique and exclusive spokesperson for all members of the entrepreneurial group or designers group, at each stage of the competition.
The competition does not set any limit of access as regards the possession of professional requirements, geographical or otherwise, except as hereinafter provided.
4. Free registration and participation
Registration is free, and participation in the Contest takes place exclusively through the regular compilation of the application form, downloadable from the site, complete with the technical papers requested as in the following paragraph 6.
All documents listed in paragraph 6 must be received, under penalty of exclusion from the competition, by November 30th 2018.
The three selected projects will be published on the site by the December 30th 2018
All required documentation must be forwarded by registered letter or courier to the following address:
Concorso Le 5 Stagioni
Corso Vittorio Emanuele 15
20122 Milan (Italy)
All deliveries with payment or custom charges of any kind to be paid by the recipient will be rejected.
Entry materials will not be returned.
The organization takes no responsibility in case of loss, theft or damage of the same entry materials.
The winners will be awarded the prize by January 30th 2019
5. Information
Any information about the contest is available on the site
For any further details on participation in the Competition, candidates may contact:
by November 30th 2018, submission deadline for the entries.
6. Entry materials required
To enter the contest the following materials must be submitted:
• A minimum of 3, to a maximum of 6 design drawing sheets in A3 format (29.7 x 42 cm) with plans, sections, rendering, drawings,  mounted on light cardboard
• From 6 to 10 photographs of the premises designed, both when empty and when in business, printed in A4 (21 x 29.7), mounted on light cardboard
• Two pages in Word, on a A4 sheet, in Italian or English (maximum 3,500 characters) with explanations on the design and on the positioning market choice, with precise information on the location, target and business activity of the restaurant
• Application for participation in the competition, downloadable from the site, filled in with the required data
• A CD, DVD or USB pendrive containing the files of the design drawing sheets abovementioned (.pdf or .jpg), the photographs and the report (.doc), with images in an appropriate resolution for printing requirements (300 dpi).
All materials must bear the name of the designer, contractor or group of designers, and the name of the premises.
Each table must be formatted to fit the pre-set sheet downloadable from the Download area of the site and must be completed with the required data:
• name of the premises
• name of the designer, or of the owner or of the group
Any project submitted with materials other than those required will not be considered valid for the purposes of participation in the competition.
7. Jury
The jury will consist of 5 members with right to vote.
Arturo Dell’Acqua Bellavitis (Politecnico di Milano and Triennale Design Museum Foundation President) (Chairman of the Jury)
Davide Paolini (The Gastronauta – Writer and journalist Sole 24 Ore and Radio 24)
Roberto Capello (President of FIPPA Federazione Italiana Panificatori Pasticceri Affini)
Nicola R. Ticozzi (HoReCa Courses Workshop – Architecture & Marketing and Milano Business School coordinator)
The judgment of the jury is final and indisputable.
8. Judging Criteria
The jury will evaluate the entries submitted according to the following criteria:
• Originality and innovative features of the space
• Aesthetic and functional values ​​expressed by the space
• Furniture and lighting solutions
• Valorisation, also aesthetic, of food raw materials or of the production process
• Commercial opportunities and replicability of the format
9. Awards
The total prize money is Euro 7,500 (seven thousand and five hundred) which will be divided into three prizes.
• 1st prize: € 3,500
• 2nd prize: € 2,500
• 3rd prize: € 1,500
10. Terms of participation
Participants in the competition declare and guarantee that the materials submitted for this initiative:
• Are of their exclusive ownership with respect to both the copyright and the right to economic exploitation, and therefore they are not burdened by third parties property rights;
• Are original and the result of personal work of every single participant of the working group;
• Are unpublished and therefore are not alterations and reproductions of existing images and drawings from third party subjects and/or sources.
Participants acknowledge that the organizer and its assignees are therefore exempted from any liability for any claims on the originality and authorship of the works.
Participants, through their registration and forwarding of their own material to the organization of the competition, demonstrate undeniably the complete acceptance of the contents of these Rules, and their consent to the processing of personal data as specified in paragraph 13.
11. Rights of use
The participants authorize Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA and their assignees to publish their projects in catalogues, books, websites, magazines or other international media, and to display them at fair trade shows and events. Nothing will be given to the participants for such uses.
Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA will always indicate the authorship of the work, and shall not be liable should media or third parties not specify it.
12. Results / Publications
The organization of the Competition commits to promote and highlight the results of the international competition through actions that it will consider most appropriate.
The results of the competition will be notified to all participants by the organisation on the site, according to the deadlines specified in these Rules. The site will also publish the pictures of the projects considered by the Jury to be the most interesting and deserving of a Special Mention.
The three winners will also be notified via email, by 1st December 2018, and through the website
13. Privacy
The personal data of each participant will be processed by Agugiaro & Figna Molini SpA (data controller) for the sole purpose of allowing the participation in the Contest and for the activities connected with it, as described above.
The data will be processed both in paper and electronic formats. The provision of data necessary to the participation in the Contest is compulsory and therefore the refusal to supply them or refusal to give permission to the subsequent analysis of the same could make it impossible for the competitor to participate in the Competition, as well as for the organization to carry out all related activities.
The data provided, under the abovementioned regulation, may be disclosed. The data will be processed for the entire duration of the competition and after, for the fulfilling of all activities under these Rules.
The participant may exercise his rights under art. 7 of Italian Law 196/2003.
14. Applicable Law and Jurisdiction.
The Competition will be ruled by Italian law.
Any dispute shall be brought before the Court of Padua.
Total Prize: € 7,500



Adobe and award-winning director Zach Braff have teamed up to give college students a chance to win the experience of a lifetime.

To enter, students can submit their original movie posters (about anything they want) and Zach will select one winner and turn the poster concept into a three-to-five-minute short film.

Participants are asked to use any Adobe Creative Cloud app, including Photoshop or Adobe Spark Post, to make their movie poster, and share their poster on Instagram or Twitter, tagged with #MoviePosterMovie #Contest.

There is no entry fee.


Open only to legal residents of the fifty (50) United States and the District of Columbia who are eighteen (18) years or older at the time of entry and who are enrolled as a student in good standing at a higher education institution (college or graduate school) and taking at least twelve (12) credits or units at the time of entry.


The Grand Prize winner and the Runner-Up winners will each get a MacBook Pro and a one-year subscription to Creative Cloud.




Total Prize: $4,468.88

13th Arte Laguna Prize – International Art Contest

Arte Laguna srl, in partnership with the Cultural Association MoCA, organizes the 13th Edition of the International Arte Laguna Prize, aimed at promoting and enhancing Contemporary Art.

The Prize includes ten sections: painting, sculpture and installation, photographic art, video art and short films, performance, virtual art, digital graphics, land art, urban art and design.

The contest features the awarding of cash prizes, the organization of a major collective exhibition at the Arsenale of Venice, exhibitions in international Art Galleries, collaborations with Companies, Art Residencies, inclusion into the web portal and the publication of the Catalogue.

This year, 120 Finalists will be selected, among which, six (6) will be awarded 7,000 Euro each for a total amount of 42,000 Euro!

The 120 finalist artists selected by the international jury will participate in the major collective exhibition which will take place in Venice, at the Arsenale Nord, from 16th March to 7th April 2019.

The Prize is open to all Artists and Designers, with no restrictions of age, gender, nationality or any other qualifications.

Each artist can participate also in more than one section by submitting a portfolio of works. Artworks may have been previously exhibited. The theme is free.

Arte Laguna Prize 2018–2019 Entry Fees

The entry fee is 85 Euro + 22% VAT per work. The fee is reduced to 65 Euro + 22% VAT per work for artists under the age of 25.



Total Prize: €42,000

Ryterna modul Architectural Challenge 2019 SUBURBAN HOUSE

We are very proud to announce our fifth international competition for architects – Ryterna modul Architectural Challenge 2019 Suburban HOUSE

Our 2018 tiny house competition gain a big media attention and became quite a hit. This year we are back with truly interesting project, yet it is still about the modular house, but this year task ask you to deal with fictional family characters to create spaces for their needs within a house. To add more, all of you will be playing in the same playground, we prepared an actual piece of land for you or your team to work on.

SUBURBAN HOUSE is the theme for our modular competition this year. You will have  a 12 ares piece of land to work and create the best possible house for our family of 4, which has quite a different needs, so your brains will have to really think on how to bring all four different personalities into a happy living space under one roof.

We would like for you to take a look at our rules and regulations file as it has some more details for your project – like family description, their budget, location of their land.

Worth to mention that your designed suburban house should feature modular construction which is transportable by truck.

In our Jury you will find: last year competition winner Abdolrahman Kadkhodasalehi and also our two time 3rd place winner in 2014 and 2015 competition Donatas Cesiulis! This time they will be working together with other experienced Independent architects, company’s CEO on selecting the best 3 designs..

The AIM of this year challenge is to present a SUBURBAN HOUSE which fits the family needs and qualifies under other criteria presented in our rules and regulations files.

The best 3 designs will be awarded in cash prizes:
1st place – 1 000 EUR
2nd place – 500 EUR
3rd place – 250 EUR

Here are the dates to be aware of:

  • End of registration – 2018 November 25th
  • Submission of the final work – 2019 January 28th 23:59 EET/UTC+2h
  • Competition results announcement – 2019 February 15th

Rules and regulations: HERE

Locationfile in DWG format and topographic plan scheme (Additional location images)





Total Prize: €1,750