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Jury: Christian Hermansen Cordua

Christian Hermansen Cordua has studied and practiced architecture in Chile, the USA and Britain. From 1984 to 2002 he worked in the Mackintosh School of Architecture, where he was Director of Post Graduate Studies, and with Elder and Cannon Architects. The latter work won numerous awards such as The Royal Scottish Academy Gold Medal for Architecture, RIBA Awards, GIA Awards, Civic Trust Awards, The Regeneration Scotland Prize, Europa Nostra Award, Eternit Prize for British Architecture, etc.

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The winners of 120 HOURS 2016!

The Jury has chosen the winners of this year’s task “A House Without Function”.

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WHY 120?


120 HOURS is the world’s largest and most prestigious student-driven architecture competition, created for and by architecture students.

In 2011 we introduced a brand new competition format, where students are given 120 hours to solve a complex and socially relevant assignment. By addressing topical discussions in both public and  architecture debate, the competition aims to be a contributor of new thoughts and discussions within both social and cultural discourse.

120 HOURS 2017


  • 28TH
    February

    Assignment Released

    14.00 UTC+1

  • 5TH
    March

    Upload Closes

    14.00 UTC+1

  • 16TH
    March

    Jury Process - Start

    09.00 UTC+1

  • 18TH
    March

    Jury Process - 120 Talks, Prize Ceremony

    TBD

  • 19TH
    March

    Prize Ceremony

    TBD

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