Our student project in the final of the International architectural competition in the USA, Fentress Global Challenge
The Fentress Global Challenge (FGC) is an annual international student architecture competition founded in 2011 by the head of Fentress Architects, Curtis Fentress. Over the years, thousands of participants from 75 countries have fought for major awards of the competition and the opportunity to undergo an internship in a project company.
The competition invites students to imagine the future of the world's 20 largest airports in the distant year 2100. The competition is an extraordinary exploration of the future of architecture and thus promotes the pursuit of innovative solutions in the architecture of public buildings.
The project "Reservation" of our students reached the final of 2020! These are 22 best works selected by a professional jury among works presented from 15 countries of the world.
among our competitors in the final are the best architecture schools in the world, such as Harvard, Bartlett, Cambridge and other leading universities in the USA and Great Britain, as well as architecture schools from China, Canada, France, Poland, Slovenia, Israel, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Malaysia and Bangladesh.
Fentress Architects is one of the largest design companies in the world, with offices in the US, UK and China, specializing in airport projects founded by Curtis Fentress in 1980. The company has an estimated portfolio of over $ 43 billion, completed projects serving more than 650 million people annually, and has won over 550 design and innovation awards.