Last editions

2020/2021

Saint-Denis, France

In the 16th International Edition of the Saint-Gobain Student Contest the task is to design a Sustainable Development Park combining residential, educational and recreational functions.

2019

Milan, Italy

The 15th International Edition of the Saint-Gobain Student Contest developed by Saint-Gobain in close collaboration with Milan Municipality is the Rejuvenation and urban reconnection of Crescenzago metro station area in line with #milano2030 vision.

2018

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

The task for 14th International Edition of Saint-Gobain Student Contest developed by ISOVER in close collaboration with Dubai Municipality and Dubai Properties Group is the development of a vision for a transcultural vibrant community development located in the perimeter of Cultural Village of Dubai.

2017

Madrid, Spain

The task for 13th International Edition of Saint-Gobain Student Contest developed by ISOVER in close collaboration with Department of Architecture of Municipality of Madrid is the Urban Regeneration of a community within the perimeter of Gran San Blas area of Madrid.

2016

Brest, Belarus

The task for 12th International Edition of Saint-Gobain Student Contest developed by ISOVER in close collaboration with the Department of Architecture of Brest City is the design of a residential function taking in to account the community development situated in Brest, Belarus.

2015

Astana, Kazakhstan

The task for 11th International Edition of Saint-Gobain Student Contest developed by ISOVER in close collaboration with the Department of Architecture of National Company "Astana EXPO-2017" is the design of a residential function in Astana, Kazakhstan located in the perimeter of the post exhibition residential expansion of International Exhibition EXPO 2017.

2014

Bucharest, Romania

The participants to Saint-Gobain Student Contest 2014 Edition are request to design a school that combined classical school elements with modern learning facilities taking in to account the existing realities for the new ECO Project developed by the Municipality of Gaziantep, Turkey

2013

Mannheim, Germany

The participants to Saint-Gobain Student Contest 2013 Edition were required to present a vision of the future development of some parts of the "Gluckstein Quartier" in Mannheim, Germany, taken into account the existing realities.

2012

Bratislava, Slovakia

The subject of theSaint-Gobain Student Contest 2012 Edition consists in the design of a sustainable community within the regeneration program of the Trent Basin area, Nottingham, UK.

2011

Prague, Czech Republic

The participants had to design a sustainable sky scraper in a part of Lower Manhattan called Greenwich South. The building has to have the building physics performance requested for the Saint-Gobain Student Contest.

2010

Innsbruck, Austria

The subject of the 2010 competition was the creative approach to the concept of energy efficient constructions at the passive-house level on existing buildings. The aim was to redesign an existing post industrial building, patient based on an old warehouse in Paris (France)

2009

Ljubljana, Slovenia

The challenge of the International Saint-Gobain Student Contest in 2009 was to design an office complex built according to the passive-house standards  The planned office building was supposed to be Saint-Gobain ISOVER's new headquarters.

2008

Dubrovnik, Croatia

The task of the Saint-Gobain Student Contest 2008 was to design a school that combined classical school elements with modern learning facilities.
 

2007

Belgrade, Serbia

The task of the International Saint-Gobain Student Contest 2007 was to design a detached house for one family. The choice of location was unrestricted, although the house should take a favorable passive-house form and be suited to its surrounding natural and cultural environment.

2006

Bucharest, Romania

The task of the International Saint-Gobain Student Contest 2006 was to reconstruct an existing industrial building in Bucharest into a dance club.

2005

Sofia, Bulgaria

The task for the International Saint-Gobain Student Contest in 2005 was to make a submission for the Mountain Hotel which fulfilled the thermal insulation requirements of a "passive house" building.