GIA run competitions are based around themes of Cities, Towns and Neighbourhoods. The projects chosen involve, where possible, community groups, other agencies, schools of architecture, public bodies and the wider public.
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The GIA has launched a new annual photography competition in memory of Jon-Marc Creaney. This year's theme for photographs was 'Architecture'. more
The Glasgow Institute of Architects, as Trustees for the Alexander Thomson Scholarship, is pleased to announce the re-launch of the triennial competition established following Thomson’s death in 1875. Most famously won by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1890, the competition is open to all students of architecture and members of the profession throughout the UK whose age does not exceed 30 years on the date of entry. more
Glasgow Institute of Architects, in association with Rosneath Peninsula West Community Development Trust has invited entries from Architects, design professionals and students to produce ideas for the rural community of Kilcreggan on the Roseneath Peninsu... more
In April 2010, GIA launched a competition in association with Queen's Park Arena for design proposals for a modern multi-purpose performance and activity space within Queen's Park in Glasgow... more