There are two days left to register for Tamayouz Excellence Award with the early bird discount rates. Following 1 April, prices will rise to the standard rate.
There are 48 hours left to register for Tamayouz Excellence Award’s 2020 cycle with the early bird discount rates. Starting on 1 April, the registration prices will rise to their standard rates.
Tamayouz has seven awards: two graduation project awards, two thematic architectural competitions, two awards that recognise individuals and organisations, and a lifetime achievement award.
The two graduation project awards awards recognise excellence in graduation projects for international and Iraqi students of architecture. They aim to promote and provoke architectural debate, share architectural experience and exchange knowledge among young architects and academics.
‘Gone with the Wave’ by Victoria Fedorova from Moscow, Russia. This project was shortlisted for the International Graduation Projects Award in 2019.
The two thematic competitions are the Rifat Chadirji Prize and the Dewan Award for Architecture. This year, the Rifat Chadirji Prize calls for design solutions for a living pedestrian bridge in Cairo, Egypt connecting Midan Al-Tahrir Area (East Bank) to Al Zamalek area (West Bank). While, for the Dewan Award for Architecture, architects are asked to design a youth house complex in Baghdad’s Sadr City.
In addition to the two thematic prizes and student awards, Tamayouz looks forward to celebrating individuals via its Women in Architecture and Construction Prize, the Middle Eastern Architectural Personality of the Year (or Mohamed Makiya Prize), and the Lifetime Achievement Award.
The Barjeel Museum by Islam Alnahrawy, Ingy khalifa and Yihia Qandil for the Rifat Chadirji Award in 2019.
Registration with early bird discount is still available for the next 48 hours. Below, please follow the link to the award briefs and pages to learn more about each award.
International Graduation Projects Award
Students across the world are invited to participate in the International Graduation Projects Award, which recognises excellence in architectural graduation projects.
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Iraqi Graduation Projects Award
Students from Iraq are invited to participate in the Iraqi Graduation Projects Award, which recognises excellence in architectural graduation projects.
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Women in Architecture and Construction Award
Female architects who work and contribute to the field of architecture and construction in the Near East and North Africa are encouraged to participate in this award, which is split between a Rising Star and Woman of Outstanding Achievement.
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Middle Eastern Architectural Personality of the Year (Mohamed Makiya Prize)
This award recognises individuals and organisations who have made significant contributions to the advancement of architecture across the Near East and North Africa in a three-year time period. This year recognises efforts between 2017 and 2020.
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Rifat Chadirji Prize
This year’s Rifat Chadirji Prize calls for concepts for a living pedestrian bridge over the Nile River in Cairo, Egypt.
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Dewan Award for Architecture
The Dewan Award for Architecture, held in partnership with Dewan Architects + Engineers, calls for solutions for a youth house complex in Baghdad’s Sadr City.
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Lifetime Achievement Award
Tamayouz Excellence Award continues to honour the masters of the regional architecture.
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