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INTERNATIONAL ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL DESIGN COMPETITION

Online Version   UIA COMPETITIONS18 JANUARY 2022 INTERNATIONAL ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL DESIGN COMPETITION INTERNATIONAL ACCESSIBILITY SYMBOL DESIGN COMPETITION The International Union of Architects (UIA) and Rehabilitation International (RI) are jointly inviting submissions for a twenty-first century symbol of accessibility to represent their core values of rights and inclusion, independence, physical and virtual accessibility for all, including people with disabilities.The challenge is therefore to …

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REQUEST FOR UPDATE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP DETAILS

Distinguished Colleague, The above subject matter refers. The Institute in a bid to have a robust database on its Continuous Professional Development platform, wish to request all members to kindly visit the links below for the following: 1. To update your membership details: https://www.nia.ng/profile-update 2. To register and participate fully on the CPD portal: https://www.nia.ng/cpd While looking …

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Erratum: Jury Composition, International Ideas Competition in Larissa, Greece

UIA COMPETITIONS20 SEPTEMBER 2021  INTERNATIONAL IDEAS COMPETITION   THE DESIGN OF THE SURROUNDING AREA OF THE ANCIENT THEATRE A’ IN LARISSA, GREECE  The Municipality of Larissa in Greece has launched an International Open Ideas Competition for the Design of the Surrounding Area of the Ancient Theatre A’ of Larissa. Participation is open to architects, or multidisciplinary teams …

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UIA-HYP Cup 2021

Online version UIA COMPETITIONS10 SEPTEMBER 2021 2021 UIA-HYP CUP INTERNATIONAL STUDENT COMPETITION LAUNCHED The UIA-HYP Cup, today in its 9th edition, is the only student architecture competition in mainland China. The UIA has endorsed the competition since its conception in 2012.  The subject of the competition, organised annually by the School of Architecture at Tianjin University …

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UIA Newsletter – 9 September 2021

Created by the UIA in 1985, World Architecture Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October in parallel with UN World Habitat Day. By choosing the theme “Clean environment for a healthy world”, the UIA hopes to contribute to the global conversation on the 2030 development agenda by focusing on three key areas: housing, public spaces and their relation to climate change.The UIA encourages all …

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UIA calls for solidarity in reconstruction efforts following earthquake in Haiti

 COMMUNIQUÉ17 AUGUST 2021 UIA calls for solidarity in reconstruction efforts following earthquake in Haiti With at least 1,297 deaths, more than 30,000 families left homeless following the 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Haiti on 14 August, the International Union of Architects (UIA) joins and supports the efforts of our partner organisations that are helping with this tragedy …

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Results of the Thessaloniki ConfEx Park Competition

See online version  UIA COMPETITIONS6 AUGUST 2021 Results of the International Architectural Design Competition for the Thessaloniki ConfEx Park The jury for the UIA-endorsed International Architectural Design Competition for the Thessaloniki ConfEx Park unanimously selected the winning project following a three-day meeting in Thessaloniki held on 21-23 July. The team composed of Sauerbruch Hutton (Germany), Gustafson Porter …

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News from the UIA

UIA – NewsletterView online A new Council for the UIA   The UIA has successfully concluded its first virtual General Assembly and online elections.  José-Luis Cortés (Mexico) has been elected President of the UIA for the 2021-2023 period. The new Council, composed of 4 members from each of the  UIA’s 5 Regions and 9 Bureau members, held its …

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