An architectural competition is a process in which architects submit design proposals to a panel of judges who evaluate the submissions based on a predetermined set of criteria. This process is often used to select the best design for a particular project, and to identify the best performing architects in the field of design. The competition is typically structured in two stages. The first, the pre-qualification stage, involves the evaluation of the portfolio of the participating architects. The second stage is the actual competition, where the architects present their design proposals and the judges evaluate them according to the predetermined criteria. The winning design is usually determined by a majority vote of the judges.
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CITATION : "Charles Windsor. 'Architectural Competition.' Design+Encyclopedia. https://design-encyclopedia.com/?E=200292 (Accessed on April 01, 2023)"
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