Design a memorial to the victims of genocides worldwide
Even the smallest projects can contain big ideas.
ARCHHIVE BOOKS announces the winners of its 2019 open call for submissions to be published in the upcoming Issue 02: What is Small Scale Architecture?
Pavilions. Shelters. Backyard studios. Outdoor toilets. Playgrounds and play structures. Treehouses. Phone booths. Chapels. Meditation spaces. Cabins. Bus stops. Mountain huts. Installations. Sleeping pods. Mobile offices. Food trucks. Floating rooms and platforms. Footbridges. Shading canopies. Viewing platforms. Information stations...
Architects, startups, entrepreneurs, and product companies are inventing new means for designing small spaces that enrich lives. We asked individuals from any field or background to submit ideas, in text or imagery, to add to this discussion about the relationship between architecture and the human body.
We received hundreds of submissions from around the world. The works of the selected authors listed below have been chosen for print in ARCHHIVE's upcoming book, alongside award-winning Bee Breeders competition entries, and featured design and product companies including Sleepbox, ROOM, Matter Design, On, the Colorado Building Workshop, and many others.
Thank you to all the participants for your submissions, and stay tuned for ARCHHIVE BOOKS Issue 02: What is Small Scale Architecture? expected in print this spring 2020!
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Open architecture competitions
- Closest Deadline first
Project competitions first
Selected winning projects have the potential to be constructed
Ideas competitions first
Experimental competitions with the focus on pushing the boundaries of creativity
Have your say on accessible architecture, why it’s important, and how it needs to be improved in the homes of the future.