Welcome to the preliminary results announcement of the House of the Future competition.
This event marks a significant milestone in a journey that brought together the brightest minds in architecture and design. Launched in partnership with The Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation, this competition challenged participants to envision a new era of homes in Dubai, reflecting its unique cultural and environmental needs.
We are delighted to report that the competition was a resounding success, drawing an impressive array of submissions from architects and designers across 127 countries. The creativity, innovation, and vision expressed in these entries have been nothing short of extraordinary, showcasing the vast potential of future living spaces.
Today, November 30th, marks an important day for the House of the Future competition. As everyone eagerly anticipated the final results, we have an exciting update to share. Given the outstanding success of the competition, Buildner, in partnership with The Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation, has decided to elevate the announcement experience. While the final results were originally scheduled for release today, we are instead announcing the preliminary results.
We are announcing the 40 exceptional projects, chosen from all submissions, which highlight the best designs of the competition. The competition's esteemed jury panel selected the top 15 projects within this group for their outstanding creativity and alignment with the competition's themes.
The final prize distribution, including the top 3 winners and the Sustainable Design Award, will be announced at a special award ceremony. The date and more details about the ceremony will follow shortly.
Buildner and The Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation would like to thank our esteemed jury panel for their invaluable contributions and discerning judgment. Their expertise and insights have been crucial in guiding this competition to its successful outcome. The jury panel includes Micael Calatrava of Calatrava Grace and Calatrava International, Charles Walker of Zaha Hadid Architects, Abdul Redha Abu Al Hassan of Roads & Transport Authority (RTA), Martin Voelkle of BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, Christina Seilern of Studio Seilern Architects, Andrew Mason of Calatrava International, Ahmed Bukhash of Archidentity, Stefan de Koning of MVRDV, and Will Plowman of Foster + Partners. Their collective wisdom has truly shaped the course of this event.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to every participant for contributing to the success of the House of the Future competition. Your visions have not only enriched this competition but have also paved the way for innovative architectural concepts in the years to come.
The final results of the House of the Future competition will be revealed at a special award ceremony. The date and more details about the ceremony will follow shortly.
At this event, from the top 15 projects previously announced, the top 3 projects will be revealed, along with the recipient of the Sustainable Award.
This ceremony promises to be a momentous occasion, marking the culmination of a competition that has drawn global attention for its innovation and creativity in architecture.
Top 15 projects
in random order
Below, we present the final top 15 projects of the House of the Future competition. These projects are showcased in random order
Pennsylvania state university+2 points Buildner University Rankings!
Politecnico di milano / polytechnic university of milan+2 points Buildner University Rankings!