Phase Two Selected Projects Announcement

¡CONGRATULATIONS!

Richard H. Driehaus Architecture Competition

It is an international competition created to help preserve and revive the use of local architectural and urban traditions.

It awards and promotes proposals upholding local architectural traditions, a sense of place, and contributing to make more beautiful, coherent, sustainable and socially integrating towns. Designs using the materials and building techniques of the region, as well as prioritizing traditional solutions, will be encouraged, as will offering employment opportunities to regional building workers.

The awarded proposals are intended to serve as a model for urban and architectural designs sensitive to these issues and committed to preserving Spanish cultural heritage.

The Competition is conducted in two stages:

Phase One

Topics and locations for the competition are sought.

We encourage Spanish municipalities to present their proposals.

An international jury, representing diverse collaborating institutions, will choose three proposals that best represent the Competition’s objectives and criteria.

Phase Two

Architects and urban planners from around the world will be able to submit their designs for any of the three locations selected in the first phase.

A second international jury selects the best design proposals for each one of the previously selected locations.

Upcoming dates

8may2018

Winners announcement and Call for Phase One Entries

13jun2018

Award Ceremony and Exhibition

26jul2018

Final of the Exhibition

3oct2018

Phase One submissions deadline

Entities and Institutions

Thanks to the support of:

Organized by:

With the collaboration of: