120 HOURS 2016

29th of February - 5th of March

THE SIGN-UP IS NOW OPEN!

LATEST NEWS

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The winners of “Preserving Pyramiden”

Students Jarand Nå from Norway and David Ottosson from Sweden won the first prize in the record breaking edition of 120 HOURS. The team from the Lund School of Architecture in Sweden beat 2863 students from 90 countries to claim the first prize of 30 000 NOK.

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120 HOURS 2016 is getting closer, let us have a look at the highlights of last year’s competition!

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Hello, everyone. We’re back.

Yes! Finally the 120 HOURS competition of 2016 is about to kick off!

120 IN MEDIA

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[NO] Desse hengekøyene skal prega Øyafestivalen

Fjorårets vinnar av studentkonkurransen 120 Hours får sjå bidraget sitt i Tøyenparken i år – Øyafestivalen blir pynta med hengekøyer.

(Framtida.no)

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[NO] Hengekøyer til øya

Nå er det besluttet: Fjorårets vinner av 120 Hours skal bygges på årets Øya-festival.

(Arkitektnytt)

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[NO] Vinneren av 120 hours er kåret

Arkitektstudentene Jarand Nå og David Ottosson fra Lund School of Architecture gikk til topps i studentkonkurransen med sitt forslag «Remember work».

(Arkitektnytt)

WHY 120?


120 HOURS is the world’s largest and most prestigious student-driven architecture competition, created for and by architecture students.

2700 students from more than 90 countries signed up for the 2015 edition of 120 HOURS that was held between the 9th and 14th of February.

The theme of the assignment was experimental preservation and the contestants were asked to develop new perceptions and novel ideas for the preservation of Pyramiden, an abandoned mining town on the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard.

Take a look at the winning projects and the rest of the entries here.

120 HOURS 2016


  • 29TH
    February

    Competiton start

  • 5TH
    March

    Upload closes

  • 18TH
    March

    Jury process day 1

  • 19TH
    March

    Jury process day 2

  • 19TH
    March

    Prize ceremony

Prizes


  • 1st prize
    30 000
    NOK
  • 2nd prize
    15 000
    NOK
  • 3rd prize
    7500
    NOK