How the U.S. is losing design competition and the future of architecture competition
By 2020, U.N. Design Awards is projecting that the U,S.
will have lost design competition in more than one-third of the major international architecture competitions in the next 30 years.
The agency’s report released today said that competition for design awards in the United States is at its lowest point since 2008, the year after President Donald Trump was inaugurated.
It found that only 3 percent of the top 100 U.K. architecture projects submitted to the U and U.A.E. design competitions this year were winning.
That’s down from 15 percent in 2008 and 19 percent in 2005.
In France, the U.’s participation is down from a high of 41 percent in 2012 to a low of 28 percent in 2018.
The U.B.C. and U., however, are on a roll, with more than 50 percent of their projects winning.
S has a 35 percent participation rate, the highest of any of the countries, while U.Y.
S, in third place, has a participation rate of 15 percent.
The U.G.A., the world’s top architecture competition, has only 20 percent participation.
The report’s authors also found that the United Kingdom is the best performing architecture market in the world.
UK. firms are now expected to be the biggest employers of design professionals worldwide.
U.S., France and Canada have all seen a drop in their participation rates, but they’re not the only countries to see declines.
In 2018, Canada’s participation rate fell to 19 percent, but in 2020, it dropped to 14 percent.
Germany’s participation dropped to 9 percent.
Germany and Spain are also seeing declines.
Germany has lost more than 25 percent of its design competition participants since 2009, while Spain has seen a fall of more than 30 percent.