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CALLING ALL BEAUTIFUL MINDS: ENTRIES FOR 2012 DULUX COLOUR AWARDS OPEN
Entry for the 2012 Dulux Colour Awards is now open, calling all architects, designers, specifiers and students to reveal their innovative and inspiring use of colour.
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The New Architects and Graduates group (NAG) and Adelaide City Council have formed a partnership to rethink the way public space is procured and used in Adelaide. A key element of this partnership is a design competition, Design Festival, which will display and promote Adelaide’s emerging design talent.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE AUGUST 19th
We invite you to propose design ideas for relocatable classrooms of the future.
Take inspiration from photographer Louise Hawson and show us the beauty in your suburb!
Due to popular demand the closing date for entries for the Think Brick Awards 2011 has been extended until June 7. As a result it’s still possible to enter one of the richest design awards in Australia. With entries extended by a week it’s not too late for architects and students to submit an innovative brick design for a chance to win the About Face Student & Open Face Awards. Created to encourage architects and architectural students to consider the artistic, environmental and versatile features of clay brick use, the winners of the Think Brick Awards 2011 will be announced at a high profile event in Melbourne on 11th August.
Enter the 12th annual Australian Timber Design Awards
Entry is open to architects, builders, designers, engineers, interior designers and landscape architects. Categories cover all major applications, small budget projects, sustainability, a People’s Choice Award and a Rising Star Award. Entries will automatically be considered for the 2011 Trans-Tasman Timber Design Awards and the 2012 International Timber Design Awards.
Open Agenda is an annual competition aimed at supporting a new generation of experimental architecture. Open to recent graduates, Open Agenda is focused on developing the possibilities of design research in architecture and the built environment.
Melbourne’s Docklands to be transformed in the 72-hour live design