London Festival of Architecture & Urabantine Competition

on Saturday 12 April 2008 - 22:06:50 | by NEO
London Festival of Architecture 2008 From 20th June to 20th July the London Festival of Architecture this Summer will be the biggest event of its kind in the world. It will involve all the major players in London’s environment including the Mayor, Design for London, local authorities, officers and members, and major developers, not to mention some of the world’s leading architects.
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In this mega event under the roof of London Tent, The Workspace Group Declared a competition which may become an opportunity for those who are innovative designers but are suffering from lack of exposure and even money to participate events like this!
The Workspace Group Urbantine Project® emerged from the realization that there are limited opportunities for unrecognized architects to showcase their ideas three-dimensionally. Tent London’s fast architecture competition seeks to redress this issue, affording the winning entry the chance to put their design in front of the world's press and the industry’s most influential players during London Design Week at Tent London, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane. The winning entry will also have the opportunity to engage with an organisation, Workspace Group, which aims to provide progressive, appropriate, affordable and considered workspace accommodation for London’s creative industries.

Project Brief
We want you to tackle the issue of rapid change in the 21st century workplace, such as the phenomenal rise in the use of digital technology and its impact on our work and office environments. Tremendous claims are made as to its possible effect on our communication, social interaction, mobility, productivity and creativity.
  • £10K materials, construction & disassembly budget.
  • Free venue for 4 days at Tent London, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane.
  • Access to over 35,000 designers and architects during the London Design Festival.

Application Deadline: 10th June 2008

Visit the competition website for details and registration: CLICK HERE.

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