120 HOURS is a conceptual competition for students spread out over five days. The competition's main objective is to create a platform for future talents to establish themselves in the architectural community.
120 HOURS objective is to increase social and political consciousness among students by creating a task that is very relevant in the current architectural debate.
120 HOURS is an independent competition organized by students on a non-profit, voluntary basis without the involvement of a school administration. The organizing committee of 120 is recruited from the student masses of the three main architecture schools in Norway, BAS, AHO and NTNU.
120 HOURS offers fresh ideas on relevant architectural topics while giving students a voice in the current architectural discourse. 120 is challenging and fun to participate in, and will give students a relevant first encounter with architectural competitions. In short, we are giving deserving young talents a head start at the game. 120 will benefit the architectural community as a whole. Be a part of 120 - either as a competitor, organizer, sponsor or spectator.
For more information about the competition's concept, goals and setup, please see our website.
- 120 HOURS - The architecture competition for students by students spanning 120 hours