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Tourist in Your Own Town Series

Social distancing during COVID-19? Stuck inside on a rainy day? Or just don't want to fight the crowds? Take a virtual tour of New York City's major landmarks from your couch. The New York Landmark Conservancy has curated a catalog of virtual tours that let you see New York from wherever you are. The video

10 Top Museums You Can Explore Right Here, Right Now


Google Arts and Culture has partnered with over 500 museums and cultural institutions globally to allow visitors to peruse their collections virtually. Travel from New York City to Paris to Seoul and back in just a few clicks. The top 10 museums to tour include the Guggenheim Museum, New York; the British Museum, London; Musée

Competition Arquine No. 23 | MEXTRÓPOLI Pavilion 2021

Alamaeda Central de la Ciudad de México Calle Dr Mora 7, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06050 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico City

In complex times, we ask ourselves what to do in the public space for the MEXTRÓPOLI 2021 pavilion. Not a pavilion. Occupy the space with activations, complement it with prostheses or installations, transform it with an application or with device (s), imagine prototype (s) to rethink the spaces in which, keeping distance, we will find


2021 FORM Student Innovation Competition

Formica Corporation's 2021 FORM Student Innovation Competition is officially open for submissions. The competition invites architecture and interior design students to design a furniture piece using Formica® Brand products under this year’s theme of "Design for the Next Generation." Our world is changing rapidly, and creativity, flexibility, and adaptation will be key in the designs



Desita and Desall are glad to announce the launch of the new edition of the DESITA AWARD – GELATO & PIZZA EXPERIENCE, taking the international call for ideas to its 6th edition. The award addresses the international community of designers and creatives, fully embracing the values of the open innovation methodology, inviting them to rethink


Detroit Waterfront District Design Competition

This is a story that few people are happy to tell. It is a story that shining downtown skyscrapers hide. However, the deep wounds on the huge body of Detroit prove it happened and still endures: countless battered dwellings, empty streets and abandoned buildings scar the city. It is difficult to tell how “the arsenal

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Laundry Tool Design


New Idea contest on RB and Desall invite you to find a tool for collecting and removing the dirt from the water used to hand wash clothes in countries with water scarcity and poor water quality. RB invites you to design new tools for collecting and removing the dirt from the water used to



Virtual event

The 9th annual BSA Gingerbread Design Competition & Exhibition will take place this year—this time in a virtual format! The Gingerbread Design Competition is a fun and tasty way to highlight great works of edible architecture while spreading holiday cheer. This exhibition raises funds for BSA community design programs while challenging designers to explore a


2021 IESNYC Lumen Awards – Call for Entries


Eligible projects must be designed by a New York City* based designer(s) for a project located anywhere in the world —OR — The project must be located in New York City regardless of the location of the designer(s). LUMEN AWARDS CATEGORIES: Lumen Award of Excellence Highest level of achievement for a permanent architectural application Lumen


UNCC School of Architecture Fall 2020 Lecture Series


The School of Architecture (SoA) at UNC Charlotte is pleased to present its Fall 2020 lecture series, featuring five public events offered virtually. The series opens on September 25 with Jack Travis, FAIA, NOMAC. “The focus of this year's lecture series is diversity and inclusion—an examination of culture and social justice that is both timely

Better Questions? Better Definition? 

Virtual event

Better Questions? Better Definition?  December 8th, 2020 Virtual 6 PM Eastern Time  As a final session of our fall seamster, Museum Director Carol Willis offers an overview of the themes explored in the series and proposes a set of characteristics to define “skyscraper” that includes 21st-century developments. She argues that looking backward from today makes