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Danish Roskilde Festival seeks architect for poverty installation

[Submissions must be received by 1 March] Designs for the ‘poor city’ area of Denmark’s annual Roskilde Festival are being sought

Part of the 6th largest music festival in Europe, the district features interactive installations focusing on poverty and homelessness and is expected to welcome 15,000 visitors.

The poor city area is planned to accommodate various activities relating to this year’s festival theme of poverty and inequality. 

Strong ‘evocative’ concepts are required. The winner will provide a full set of working drawings.

The winning proposal will be built in time for the 2012 festival. It will also be displayed alongside notable entries to the contest in an exhibition at The Danish Architecture Centre in Copenhagen.

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