Brno’s New Rail Station Design Competition

Deadline: 18 December 2015
Open to: designers interested in competition
Prizes: first prize CZK 1,800,000, second CZK 1,200,000, third CZK 750,000


Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, has launched an international two-round competition for the design of the city’s new rail station. Its goal is to find a solution that will be adaptable, sustainable, and of high quality, equally in terms of its architecture, urban plan and transport accessibility, and will lead to the creation of a valid and integral part of a modern European city.

The subject of the competition is the urban planning and transport solution for a new main rail station in Brno, situated in the locality below Petrov Hill, and simultaneously the formulation of a strategy for the emergence of a viable urban district corresponding to the needs and realities of the 21st and 22nd centuries.


Designers that have interest in developing urban planning and transport solution.


  • First Prize CZK 1,800,000;
  • Second Prize CZK 1,200,000;
  • Third Prize CZK 750,000.

How to apply?

Mandatory registration of competition participants will be done by e-mail to the competition secretary: Igor Kovačević at kovacevic@moba.nameThe registration e-mail must contain the name and contact details of the participant.

Deadline for applying is 18 December 2015.

For more information please visit the official website.

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