For the previous MNPG Arch Competitions, the requirements were mostly of landlocked nature. For the 2018, it has been decided to allow a freer sense of design ability to flourish in a very creative and progressive section of the world. This is why an island bridge, connecting whichever functions the architect deems as being fruitful for the existing and future generations of improvement, was made as being the purposeful exponent for architectural entry. Uniting not just the educative and touristic benchmarks of the Great Barrier Island itself, but also the aspirations of other spaces to continue to learn about what really makes up the Island and the ecology that provided for the success of the environmental factors of progression. There are many islands in the region, and not too many bridges connecting them, so the MNPG Arch appeal is to promote both the possibility of the intersectional and also the limitations of such a connection, in spherical sense, where the notion of the island is that of the existential for the architect.

This year's MNPG Arch Competition is for the design of the Concaved Ellipse Pyramid, With, Side Pyramid III

  • MNPG Arch is an international competition working to improve architecture every two years. Focusing on Sustainability, Resourcefullness, Best Practice and Most Innovative.
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    2012 2014 2016 2018


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