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Unfinished Colosseum

In the Unfinished Colosseum competition, architects, designers, and visionaries are called to reimagine the iconic Colosseum of Rome, transforming it into a dynamic and living part of the contemporary city. The challenge is to envision how the Colosseum can be completed and repurposed to become an active part of the city of Rome.

Participants are encouraged to redefine this ancient monument. Proposals should consider how the new design respects the Colosseum’s historical significance while introducing a modern utility. What will be its new role in the city?  Will it become a space for cultural, social, or educational activities, blurring the lines between the past and the future? This competition challenges you to think about the integration of historical preservation and contemporary design. How can we imagine the evolution of historical landmarks? How can your design serve as a symbol of coexistence between ancient heritage and modern innovation?

Evaluation:

  • Effective communication of the design qualities through the drawing
  • Innovation and Originality of the design
  • Relevance to the building function addressed by the competition

Eligibility:

  • Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually.
  • The registration fee is paid per team, regardless of how many members form it.
  • Personal information of all the team members can be uploaded during the submission procedure of the final drawing.

Awards:

  • Winners (1 Prize)
    • 1.000 euros.
    • Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.
    • Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.
  • Honorable Mentions (7 Prizes)
    • Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website.
    • Reviews in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.
  • Finalists (Up to 17 Prizes)
    • Publication in the Non Architecture Competitions Journal.
  • Special Prize
    • The organization might establish additional special prizes and awards during the competition development and in the evaluation phase.
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