Art Gallery New South Wales

The Art Gallery of New South Wales traces its origins to a public meeting on April 24, 1871, which established an “Academy of Art” for the purpose of promoting the fine arts through lectures, art classes and regular exhibitions.

The Gallery sought inspiring concepts for how it could create a unique, authentic, inspiring and agile 21st century art museum.

This was a two-stage competition, officially endorsed by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), the city of Sydney, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the International Union of Architects (UIA).



The Art Gallery of New South Wales traces its origins to a public meeting on April 24, 1871, which established an “Academy of Art” for the purpose of promoting the fine arts through lectures, art classes and regular exhibitions.

The Gallery sought inspiring concepts for how it could create a unique, authentic, inspiring and agile 21st century art museum.

This was a two-stage competition, officially endorsed by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), the city of Sydney, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) and the International Union of Architects (UIA).



Urban Replanning and Architecture Design of Maspero Triangle

The Egyptian Ministry of State for Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements (MURIS) and the Governorate of Cairo organized an international competition by invitation for the development and design of the master plan of the Maspero triangle district, with an area of 35 ha in downtown Cairo.

The goal of this competition was to inspire an urban design that exemplifies community diversity, showcases heritage, protects the environment and preserves the diversity of its residents.

The Egyptian Ministry of State for Urban Renewal and Informal Settlements (MURIS) and the Governorate of Cairo organized an international competition by invitation for the development and design of the master plan of the Maspero triangle district, with an area of 35 ha in downtown Cairo.

The goal of this competition was to inspire an urban design that exemplifies community diversity, showcases heritage, protects the environment and preserves the diversity of its residents.

Headquarters of the World Health Organisation (WHO)

The objective of this competition was to construct a new headquarters for the World Health Organization (WHO) for around 1,000 civil servants.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).



The objective of this competition was to construct a new headquarters for the World Health Organization (WHO) for around 1,000 civil servants.

This competition was approved by the International Union of Architects (UIA).



Concours européen pour Residence Palace

The international competition was organised by the European Union Council to restructure the Residence Palace in Brussels. 

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

 

The international competition was organised by the European Union Council to restructure the Residence Palace in Brussels. 

In conformity with the UNESCO-UIA regulations, this competition received the approval of the International Union of Architects – UIA. 

 

Urban Design for Tianjin Binhai Area (TBNA) Yujiapu

This international ideas competition was organised by the People’s Government of Tanggu District for the urban planning of Yujiapu District in Tianjin muncipality.

 

This international ideas competition was organised by the People’s Government of Tanggu District for the urban planning of Yujiapu District in Tianjin muncipality.

 

Financial District and the Marina of Colombo Port City

The Colombo Port City Development Project (CPCDP) Competition was conducted according to the UIA International Design Competitions Guidelines – interpreting and implementing the UNESCOStandard Regulations for International Competitions in Architecture and Town-Planning.

The client for this competition was CHEC Port City Colombo (Private) Ltd. (CPCC). They were the Chief Developers for the Colombo Port City Development Project (CPCDP), to be built in Sri Lanka on reclaimed land adjoining Colombo Fort to the east and Colombo South International Container Port to the north.

The implementation of the Colombo Port City Development Project was a concerted effort of the partnership between the Government of Sri Lanka and CHEC Port City Colombo (Private) Ltd.

The Colombo Port City Development Project (CPCDP) Competition was conducted according to the UIA International Design Competitions Guidelines – interpreting and implementing the UNESCOStandard Regulations for International Competitions in Architecture and Town-Planning.

The client for this competition was CHEC Port City Colombo (Private) Ltd. (CPCC). They were the Chief Developers for the Colombo Port City Development Project (CPCDP), to be built in Sri Lanka on reclaimed land adjoining Colombo Fort to the east and Colombo South International Container Port to the north.

The implementation of the Colombo Port City Development Project was a concerted effort of the partnership between the Government of Sri Lanka and CHEC Port City Colombo (Private) Ltd.

Thessaloniki ConfEx Park

TIF-HELEXPO, a national exhibition and conference organizer based in Thessaloniki, Greece, organised an international multidisciplinary project competition with prequalification for the design of Thessaloniki ConfEx Park, located in the heart of Thessaloniki, currently home to 1.1 million people and Greece’s second largest city.

TIF-HELEXPO, a national exhibition and conference organizer based in Thessaloniki, Greece, organised an international multidisciplinary project competition with prequalification for the design of Thessaloniki ConfEx Park, located in the heart of Thessaloniki, currently home to 1.1 million people and Greece’s second largest city.

New HQ for the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences

The UIA endorsed the international, restricted two-phase architecture competition for the design of the new headquarters for the Kuwait Foundation of Sciences (KFAS), a private, non-profit organisation dedicated to progress and to the advancement of the society through science and technology.

The UIA endorsed the international, restricted two-phase architecture competition for the design of the new headquarters for the Kuwait Foundation of Sciences (KFAS), a private, non-profit organisation dedicated to progress and to the advancement of the society through science and technology.

European Commission: Projet Loi 130

The invited international, two-phase project competition was launched in March 2018 to identify the best and most environmentally-friendly solution for a mixed-use office space in the heart of the “European Quarter” in Brussels demarcated by streets Rue de la Loi, Rue de Spa, Rue Joseph II and the Chausée d’Etterbeek.

The invited international, two-phase project competition was launched in March 2018 to identify the best and most environmentally-friendly solution for a mixed-use office space in the heart of the “European Quarter” in Brussels demarcated by streets Rue de la Loi, Rue de Spa, Rue Joseph II and the Chausée d’Etterbeek.

European Parliament – Paul-Henri SPAAK Building (2020)

The Official Journal of the European Commission announced the international architectural design competition for the renewal of the European Parliament – Paul-Henri SPAAK Building Brussels on 26 May 2020. The international, single stage architectural design project competition with an open pre-qualification followed by a restricted procedure was endorsed by the UIA.

The Official Journal of the European Commission announced the international architectural design competition for the renewal of the European Parliament – Paul-Henri SPAAK Building Brussels on 26 May 2020. The international, single stage architectural design project competition with an open pre-qualification followed by a restricted procedure was endorsed by the UIA.