For the fourth consecutive years, The National Urban Harmony Organization will launch the Open Architectural Competition to select the best ideas for projects that can be implemented to represent Egypt in the 17th Venice International Biennale of Architecture. The organization is headed by Eng. Mohamed Abu Saada.\r\n\r\nThe competition will run from May 2020 to the end of November 2020. It has been held in Venice, Italy, every two years since 1980.\r\n\r\nAbou Saada explained that, this edition is dealing with designing and implementing an architectural project that fulfills the theme of the exhibition, entitled "How will we live together?"\r\n\r\nThe contestants can find the terms of the competition in its final form on the website of the National Urban Harmony Organization; this has been announced in the national newspapers.\r\nThe participant can see it and pay the participation fee in the organization's headquarters in Salah al-Din Castle; the deadline for delivery the projects is 1st December 2019. The results of the competition will be announced on 19, 2019.\r\n\r\nSaada explained that the winning project would represent Egypt in Venice International Biennial.\r\n\r\nThe team leader of this project will be the Commissar of the Egyptian pavilion; the distinguished valuable projects will be awarded certificates of appreciation - based on the recommendation of the jury.\r\n\r\nThe Ministry of Culture will pay for the cost of travel to Venice and full accommodation for maximum of three members of the winning project team including the Commissar.\r\n\r\nIt is noteworthy that Egypt Pavilion in the previous Edition of Venice International Biennial was selected as one of the top ten wings in the Biennale\r\n.\r\nVenice Architecture Biennale is one of the most prestigious exhibitions of international contemporary architecture exhibitions; It witnesses the participation of dozens of countries around the world and receives more than half a million visitors.\r\n\r\nEgypt is one of the first countries that took part in Venice Biennale of Arts in general and of architecture in particular.