News, July 25, 2014 8:48 AM


Fifty-four works contending for the title

On Thursday, July 3, 2014, the deadline passed for accepting applications in the Young Architect Award 2014 contest. In total, 54 works are going to contend for titles and other valuable prizes in the category of Concept studies. The expert jury is convening on September 3 and 4. A ceremonial exhibition opening including the announcement of results is taking place on September 16 at 4:00pm at the PVA EXPO PRAHA exhibition grounds in Prague-Letňany   (4.7.2014)   read more >>

Revive abandoned industrial areas and fight for prizes in a competition for young architects!

Your chance to enter the 6th annual round of the competition expires as of July 3. Seize the opportunity – submit your design related to the topic of Sore Spots of Towns and Municipalities – Abandoned Industrial Areas and enter a battle for financial as well as material prizes! Submitted works will be reviewed by a jury of prominent Czech architects and professionals. The studies will be presented to the public as part of a travelling exhibition (among others, at the FOR ARCH trade fair, at the Regional Art Gallery in Liberec (Spa), or at the Urban Centre in Brno). Winners will be given space for self-presentation in vocational periodicals. Contribute your view on the use of industrial constructions and premises for their new function within a wider urban design context! The competition is intended for students and graduates from architecture, urban development, landscape and garden architecture study branches, as well as self-taught persons working in the branch. Register on-line for the competition.   (20.6.2014)   read more >>

Beton Brož a third-time general partner

Beton Brož Winners of the first two main prizes may eye the prize of CZK 10,000 from the general partner as well as their opportunity to influence Beton Brož products with their designs. “Working on the area of a former concrete works in Prague-Holešovice has so far been my most interesting project. Only a limited portion of the work was actually concerned with architecture. Of great interest were the strategy and a process of an outlined revitalisation of the area so as to make the resulting environment a natural component of the city.   (18.6.2014)   read more >>

YAA 2013 exhibit coming to Ostrava

VŠB-TU Ostrava Since May 13 until June 4, 2014, the premises of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava will host all 72 works by students and young architects up to 33 years of age who took part in the 5th annual round of the Young Architect Award competition under the topic of “Sore spots of towns and municipalities”. Everyone is cordially invited!   (14.5.2014)   read more >>

The 6th annual round of YAA is starting

Since February 20, 2014, interested students and young architects whose age has not yet exceeded 33 years may submit their works on the topic of “Sore spots of towns and municipalities – abandoned industrial areas”. The competitors should not work out their projects, but they should also look out and properly identify a problematic site among abandoned factory premises, warehouses, ports or railway stations. The projects may help instigate a debate on future development among town inhabitants as well as representatives of the local authorities. Applications and competition works will be received until the deadline of July 3, 2014, 3:00pm.   (20.2.2014)   read more >>

Finalists of 2009-2013 rounds head for the FA VUT in Brno

Vysoké učení technické v Brně A retrospective exhibit of the best works of the 1st through the 5th annual rounds of the Young Architect Award is going to take place at the exhibition grounds of the Faculty of Architecture of the Brno University of Technology (FA VUT). As much as 70 works will be on display since November 4 until November 22. Everyone is cordially invited!

  (29.10.2013)   read more >>

Why did you accept the offer to become a YAA Jury member?


roman brychtaI got myself familiar with the last year’s results and I was pleasantly surprised. Competitions have an important place in my life and I am sincerely pleased that opportunities for commissions are offered also to young architects through competitions. Works by young authors are characteristics in that they bring new, refreshing opinions and solutions. And I like being refreshed.
Mgr. Akad. Arch. Roman Brychta, PROJEKTIL ARCHITEKTI s.r.o.

Advertisement