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The largest slum complex in Rio de Janeiro, Maré is the theme of the international ideas contest.
Students from all over the world are invited to submit innovative urban designs and architectural interventions that will integrate communities in the Maré Complex with the city.
Launched under the aegis of the 27th World Congress of Architects – UIA2020RIO, held in Rio de Janeiro from July 19 – 23, 2020, the International Maré-City Ideas Contest targets Architecture and Urban Planning students from all over the world. Aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDOs), this competition showcases projects proposing innovative architectural and urban design solutions that integrate low-income communities in the Maré Complex with the rest of Rio de Janeiro. This Contest is organised by the International Union of Architects (UIA) and the Brazilian Institute of Architects (IAB), with backing from the UN Habitat. Registration is open until March 30, 2020.
The top three entries will win cash prizes of € 3000, € 2000 and € 1000, with Honourable Mentions for three other projects, paying tribute to renowned Brazilian architects Demetre Anastassakis, Roberto Burle Marx and Luiz Paulo Conde. All six winners will also receive a Swiss Mido watch. The winners will be announced on June 1, 2020, with the winning solutions presented to the public during the 27th World Congress of Architects at an exhibition opening on July 21.
The competition is open to any full-time registered students of architecture (individual or team) from all over the world. Multidisciplinary teams are encouraged with students of architecture or urban planning being authors or co-authors. Students from other disciplines can register as team members, collaborators or consultants. Teams may have from 1 to 5 students and from 1 to 2 advisors.
Deadline for registration:
30 March 2020