The competition is over for this year.
Thank you very much for all the wonderful submissions.
We look forwards to look through them together with the jury here in Oslo.
Hopefully every single proposal will be exhibited at Svalbard in July.
So a big congratulations to every single participant this year!
A Beautiful book has been published about the 120 Hours Project from 2017, which was built in Guizhou, China! In’n’Out Village.
120 Hours is proud to present the winners of the 2018 competition: A Room for Communication.
The jury was overwhelmed by the variety of the entries, the differences and richness of the concepts, but saw similarity in the themes. In the end, the first, second, and third places represent three different ways and rooms for communication, and within their categories, they convinced the jury with their visualization and overall execution.
AND THE WINNER IS …
The winning team, and the students from AHO are in China!
The winners of 120 HOURS 2017 are ready!
The Jury has chosen the winners of this year’s task “A House Without Function”.
Arkitektbedriftene har spurt norske arkitektbedrifter.
We interviewed the jury and asked them about their favorite building, describing its space(s) and why it interests them!
Christian Kerez was born in 1962 in Maracaibo, Venezuela and obtained his degree in architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich. After extensive published work in the field of architectural photography, he opened his own architectural office in Zürich in 1993.
Political, programmatic and economic choices define our reality. Who is really in charge of architecture at the current moment? This leading role is deeply mystified.
The winner of last years competition will built at this years Øya festival by the relocatable buildings manufacturer OBWiik and the engineering and design company Hjellnes Consult.
During these amazing 120 HOURS we have chosen six topics to our Instagram contest: Excitement, Brainstorm, Chaos, Insomnia, Team Spirit and Celebration. It is now up to you to select the winner!
We asked jury member Alfredo Brillembourg to reveal his expectations, talk about the site and also to share his last advice.
This years competition attracts an incredible amount of interest.
120 HOURS are proud to announce that we have partnered with one of Europe’s leading music festivals. This week, over 2,000 students from 80 countries will compete to design a new meeting point and icon at this years Øya festival in Oslo.
In this year’s competition, we want to feel your excitement and frustration as it happens! During these 120 hours, we want you to share your pictures with us and your fellow contestants. The best contribution will be awarded with an iPad Mini!
The sign up will close at 12:00 AM GMT (+1) tomorrow, the 17th of February 2014. If you have not signed up by 12:00, you WILL NOT be able to participate in 120 HOURS 2014. We will make NO exceptions!
Sign up now or end up on the sideline.
… said Johanne Borthne without hesitation when Superunion Architects shared their experience with architectural competitions at their 120 TALK this Tuesday.
The keywords of this years competition are sustainability and experience.
120 TALKS is a lecture series held before and after the competition. The talks consist of lectures and debates that discuss the competition’s yearly theme, as well as more general topics of contemporary architecture. It aims not only to inspire participants, but also to reflect and question the vast field of architecture.
We have asked some of the previous winners of 120 HOURS to give us their top three tips on how to create a winning project.
We at 120HOURS are happy to announce that our official media partner for 2014 is the world’s most visited architecture website, ArchDaily!
Welcome to the brand new website for 120 HOURS, – the world’s leading architecture competition, created for and by architecture students.
After a lot of phone calls, e-mails, hard work and almost unbearable secrecy, we are are very proud to finally introduce the fabulous jury of 120 HOURS 2014!
We are curretly working to get the archive back online, but we need to do some alterations to give you the best user experience possible.
We are also happy to announce the Svalbardposten (the world’s northernmost non-alternative newspaper) has published a review of our exhibition at Svalbard. (Behind a payment wall).
We are delighted to see a thorough, and rather entertaining, review of our exhibition at Svalbard in Icepeople
Oppgaveteksten for den internasjonalet arktitektkonkurransen 120 HOURS er lansert.
Mandag gikk startskuddet for årets 120-konkurranse. Dette er uka som arkitektstudenter fra hele verden har ventet lenge på.
1472 lag med studenter fra hele verden skal diskutere det elementære i arkitekturen i årets utgave av 120 Hours.
På mandag slippes årets oppgave. I løpet av fem dager skal studenter fra hele verden løse et komplekst sosialt spørsmål knyttet opp mot arkitekturfaget.
Whatever Happened to Architectural Space?
Vi har nå offentliggjort årets tema!
Den internasjonale arkitektkonkurransen 120 Hours setter spørsmålstegn ved arkitektens rolle, og inviterer studenter fra hele verden til åpen debatt.
120 Hours er tilbake med nytt team!