Any drawing: axonometric, Isometric, 3D render, Visualisation or Sketch.
Register: JUN/13/2021, Submit: JUN/27/2021, Eligibility: Architecture and design students and young professionals; individually, teams up to 3 members, Fee: Indian Nationals: 1,200 INR (Indian rupee), Foreign Nationals: 30 USD (MAR/07 – MAR/28/2021) (1 – 35 entries); Indian Nationals: 1,400 INR, Foreign Nationals: 40 USD (MAR/29 – APR/18/2021) (36 – 70 entries); Indian Nationals: 1,600 INR, Foreign Nationals: 50 USD (APR/19 – MAY/02/2021) (71 – 100 entries); Indian Nationals: 1,800 INR, Foreign Nationals: 60 USD (MAY/03 – MAY/23/2021) (101 – 135 entries); Indian Nationals: 2,000 INR, Foreign Nationals: 70 USD (MAY/24 – JUN/13/2021) (136 – 150 entries), Awards: Winner: up to 850 USD, Runner: up to 650 USD, 2 Qualifiers: 250 USD each, 15 top entries
Archue – A complete Architecture Platform presents ‘2nd International Architecture Drawing Competition’. Our second series of competition celebrating the talent of architecture and design students and young professionals through a single drawing. This competition is limited to architecture and related design fields such as interiors, product design etc.
At Archue we truly believe in the power of a drawing to communicate and represent more than what you see on the surface and are excited to judge an array of innovative and high quality works.
You can submit any drawing be it an axonometric, Isometric, 3D render, Visualisation or Sketch. Drawings can be related to any domain.
Participants have to submit a single drawing in JPEG format with its description not more than 100 Words in a PDF format.
Gonzalo Lopez and Diana Cristobal are founders and partners at knit-knot architecture, an international award-winning architecture collective founded in 2013. Gonzalo is also a Faculty member at Pratt Institute in New York and is currently pursuing a PhD in Urban Planning and Design from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (ETSAM). Diana is an Adjunct Professor at Barnard College in New York and a PhD candidate in Architecture at Princeton University”.
Prize money is totally dependent on the registration of the total entries received which is then distributed on the basis of total participation. A percentage allocation of the total amount is done as 30% of the total amount is given to the winning entry up to 1000$ and 20% of the total amount is given to the runner up entry up to 500$, 10% up to 250$.
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