"Why open architecture competitions are good for Architects" - Archdaily
See this well formulated article by Archdaily on why architecture competitions are good for the profession:
"The power of an idea should never be taken for granted. Even competitions aimed at purely generating “ideas” keep us on our toes and constantly thinking. Antonio Sant’Elia and the Italian Futurists understood that their designs would not be built – but that wasn’t the point. Their drawings and sketches were channels for the thinkers to depict a new urban image of revolutionary ideas. It was an expressive way to get people to start thinking and challenge the conventional." Karen Cilento, Archdaily
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Present your revolutionary ideas in our latest architecture competition Red Square Tolerance Pavilion in Moscow. While the pavilion is meant to be temporary, entries will be judged on their ability to leave enduring social and political footprints.
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