Deadline: April 30, 2019 00:00 (CEST)| Apply here
Eligibility: The competition is open to university students, graduates and young professionals under 35 years
Registration fee: EUR 50,-
ArchiHackers Competition 2019
ArchiHackers Competition is a contest to reward young designers creativity and talent.
Do you have a favourite architecture? Do you remember how many architectural design references you met during your academic studies?
ArchiHackers Competition is an annual event, a competition inspired by the major transformation projects that are taking place in contemporary urban contexts.
ArchiHackers is an invitation to hack an architecture, transforming, multiplying or simplifying it
At a time when transformation, expansion of buildings, regeneration and construction on the built are turning more and more important, the contest is an invitation to experiment with your own idea of architecture, to confront your own design references, enhancing transformation and change.
Imagine that a client asks you to change the image of a facade, to expand a library or a museum, to extend a wing of a school, leaving space for your ideas and your vision.
The reconsideration of a façade, an expansion on the existing, a new cover, the extension of modern architecture, the revisiting of an interior. The possibility of giving a new image and enhancing your dream project.
To take part in the contest, you have to choose a reference architecture (modern or contemporary architecture interventions) and to imagine freely, without any fixed constraint, a transformation.
The award includes a grant of €2,000 in cash and the chance to participate in Archistart contests and workshops free of charge.
Archistart also promotes a social contest on its portal: prizes consist of free participation to the International Architecture&Design Festival 2019 edition or free admission to an Archistart competition.
Interested in applying for the ArchiHackers Competition 2019? Register your participation by following the registration link and taking the suggested steps.