Exciting new additions to the Bee Breeders architecture competitions jury panel

We are proud to welcome four new jury members to the Bee Breeders architecture competitions team. Between them they have a wealth of architecture knowledge and industry experience to add to our jury panel. Find out a little bit more about them and why they are going to be a great addition to our team.

John Paul Rysavy, Daniel Jacobs

John Paul Rysavy

John Paul Rysavy (pronounced Rih-sha-vee) is an Associate at SHoP Architects in New York City and Co-Director of the design partnership And-Either-Or in Austin, Texas and Brooklyn, New York. John Paul graduated with a Master of Architecture and the AIA Henry Adams Medal from the School of Architecture at The University of Texas at Austin.


John Paul then studied at l’Ecole d’Architecture Superior National de Versailles and received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with Highest Honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. John Paul has received several fellowships from leading architecture universities, including the Ryerson Travelling Fellowship from the University of Illinois and the Stewardson Keefe LeBrun Fellowship from the Center for Architecture Foundation.

Having previously been a guest critic at The University of Texas at Austin, Parsons The New School of Design, City College of New York, Rhode Island School of Design, and The University of Washington in Seattle John Paul has a keen eye for design and will give our participants plenty of insights and notes on the winning designs of our future architecture competitions.

Daniel Jacobs

Daniel Jacobs is a Designer at SHoP Architects in New York City. He graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture, where he received two Feldman Award nominations and served as Teaching Fellow in Yale College as well as in the architecture department. 

Daniel then received a Bachelors of Science in Architecture from Washington University, where he was awarded the Frederick Widmann Excellence in Architecture Prize.

Brittany Utting, Jenna Dezinski

Jenna Dezinski

Jenna Dezinski is a Lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin and project designer at alterstudio architecture in Austin, Texas. In addition, she founded Janika llc, a jewelry research, design, and fabrication company.

Jenna received a Masters of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from Arizona State University with highest honors.; receiving the Mike and Maxine K. Mebane Endowed Traveling Scholarship in Architecture to teach and study in Italy while there. 

She has also been awarded the Mary Kolb Berglund traveling fellowship from the Dallas Center for Architecture to study in Buenos Aires and was an instructor for a Design|Build program in Buenos Aires. 

Jenna brings a unique perspective to our jury, incorporating her experience as an architect, designer and business owner to our panel in order to select the most creative and impressive designs from our entrants.

Brittany Utting

Brittany Utting is a Designer at Thomas Phifer and Partners where she is working on the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. She earned her Master of Architecture from Yale University, receiving the Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize as the outstanding graduating woman as well as the Charles Gwathmey Scholarship for excellence in design. 

She received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she graduated as a Presidential Scholar. Brittany has worked as an editorial intern for Log, Journal for Architecture and on the upcoming book Alberti Analogous (Writing Architecture Series) in addition to working as an assistant researcher in the Shape Computation Lab at Georgia Tech.

Like all of our jury members, Brittany is incredibly passionate about architecture, and her experience in research and publishing has given her a keen eye for design that she will employ to help find the best and brightest new talent in architecture. 

Our new jury members will be adding their expertise to our panel in order to help select the very best designs for our upcoming architecture competitions.

Open architecture competitions

  • Closest Deadline first
  • Project competitions first
    Selected winning projects have the potential to be constructed
  • Ideas competitions first
    Experimental competitions with the focus on pushing the boundaries of creativity
ideas COMPETITION
The Last Nuclear Bomb Memorial

Design a memorial that speaks to the cause of ending all nuclear weapons programs

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 15
Jan 27
Apr 21
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ideas COMPETITION
Toronto Affordable Housing Challenge

Design affordable housing solutions for Toronto

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PUBLICATION IN THE BOOK
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 16
Jan 28
Apr 22
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project COMPETITION
Omuli Museum of the Horse

Reimagine a historical primary school into a museum for horses

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 14
Jan 26
Apr 23
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ideas COMPETITION
SKYHIVE 2021 Skyscraper Challenge

Fourth annual competition to redefine the modern-day skyscraper

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 17
Jan 29
Apr 23
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project COMPETITION
Sleeping Pods on a Cliff

Design a series of sleeping pods for a Portugal yoga retreat

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 18
Feb 01
Apr 27
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project COMPETITION
Tiny Kiwi Meditation Cabin

Design a meditation space in New Zealand

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 21
Feb 02
Apr 28
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project COMPETITION
Spirala Community Home

Create a community home for the Spirala Ecological Village

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Dec 22
Feb 03
Apr 29
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ideas COMPETITION
Berlin Techno Booth

Bring back techno music to the streets of Berlin by designing individual dance booths

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Mar 23
Apr 20
Jul 06
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ideas COMPETITION
Modular Home Design Challenge 2021

Design a modular dream home

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PUBLICATION IN THE BOOK
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Mar 24
Apr 21
Jul 07
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essay COMPETITION
Essay: Modular Architecture

How modular design has impacted architecture?

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PUBLICATION IN THE BOOK
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Mar 25
Apr 22
Jul 08
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ideas COMPETITION
Hospice - Home for Terminally Ill

Design a safe and supportive space for those struggling with a terminal illness

Prize: MONETARY AWARD
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Mar 30
Apr 27
Jul 13
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project COMPETITION
Romantic Cabin For Two

Design a romantic and secluded cabin for two in New Zealand

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + CONSTRUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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Mar 31
Apr 28
Jul 14
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ideas COMPETITION
MICROHOME 2021 - Small living, huge impact!

Design a new concept of small-scale architecture

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PUBLICATION IN MAGAZINE
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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May 11
Sep 07
Nov 02
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project COMPETITION
Legendary Bird Home 2021

Design a bird home to fund wildlife charities

Prize: MONETARY AWARD + PRODUCTION
Eligibility: OPEN TO ALL

registration deadlines

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May 11
Sep 07
Nov 02
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