The Competition Grid: Experimenting With and Within Architecture Competitions is a comprehensive review of architectural competitions. Each section features international research overviews as well as lively discussions with experts that draw on first-hand experience of the competition process.
Architecture Competitions between Experience and Experiment
Maria Theodorou and Antigoni Katsakou
Part 1: The Rules of The Game
The Evolution of the UK Competition System
On Competition Rhetoric and Contemporary Trends
International Competitions after World War II (1948-1975) and the International Union of Architects (UIA)
Discussions – Part 1; Competition Practices in the UK and the Role of the RIBA (Paul Crosby)
RIBA-USA: A Different Take on Competitions
Jonathan Wimpenny et al.
Part 2: Experimenting Within Architectural Competitions
Architecture Competitions Made in Denmark
Experimentation within Swedish Competitions
Managerial Practices in Dutch Competitions and Impact on Architects
Leentje Volker and Marina Bos-de Vos
Discussion – Part 2; Professionals Winning over the Competitions’ System
Sara Grahn et al.
Part 3: Experimenting with Architectural Competitions
E-procurement Delivering Better Design Competitions
BIM, A Discussion in Norwegian Competitions
New Proposals for the Representation and Assessment of Competition Proposals
Discussion – Part 3; Experimentation in Context
Tom Bloxham et al.
Part 4: Re-Visiting Architectural Competitions' Structures and Forms
Competitive Strain Syndrome
Designing the High Line: Defining the High Line through Design Competitions
Strategien Für Kreuzberg – Relocating the Urban Regeneration Debates into the Neighbourhood
Discussions – Part 4; Community before Competitions
Peter Wynne Rees
Competitions and Educational Structures
Craig Stott and Simon Warren
Competitions and Genders – A Feminist Approach (HI-VIS Feminist Design Collective on Reproductive Labour and Competitions)
Antigoni Katsakou and Maria Theodorou