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‘Future of the Conservatory’ student contest with £1,000 of prizes launched

Designers and builders of orangeries, conservatories and extensions, David Salisbury has launched a student ideas contest challenging ‘the clichéd idea of the conservatory’

Free to enter and open to architecture students worldwide, the winner will take home an iPad and £1,000 presented by eco-design expert and TV personality Oliver Heath.

Company director founder David Salisbury said he was looknig for schemes which showed ‘sustainability, ingenuity and functionality, while also being beautiful to look at’.

Entries should include a 3d model of the scheme alongside a narrative on how their plan ‘turns the traditional perception on its head’.

Submissions should be received by 31 May through the allocated contest page with a shortlist decided 1 July and a winner announced 1 August.

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