Architecture Tomorrow: One day left to submit your projects
Deadline extended - Submit entries now for the chance to put your cutting-edge designs in front of major clients at MIPIM UK
The deadline has been extended for submitting entries to Architecture Tomorrow until the the 11th July.
The Architecture Tomorrow exhibition will showcase the most innovative schemes either in design or under construction.
Free to enter, only the best submissions will be put on display in the curated show at the inaugural MIPIM UK between 15-17 October at Olympia in London.
The schemes will be seen by a diverse range of clients and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) intends to host groups of overseas delegates interested in learning about UK expertise at the exhibition.
AJ editorial director Paul Finch said: ‘There is nothing in the UK at this moment showcasing what this country’s architects are working on and delivering right now. It is an advertisement for everything UK practices are doing. And where else is there outside the existing MIPIM in Cannes for doing this in Europe?’
‘This is an exhibition - not an award - effectively showcasing the history of the immediate future. The exhibition will cover every sort of building typology - but real, not fantastical, future schemes. It also allows UK practices to show off what they are doing outside of this country.’
Simon Allford, AHMM
‘Architecture Tomorrow promises to be an exhibition that, at this time of growth when things are getting a little easier, will challenge all those involved in constructing architectural ideas to continue to think harder and act smarter. The immediate future needs to improve upon the recent past and I look forward to viewing the exhibition.’
Richard Hyams, Astudio
‘Architecture Tomorrow is a brilliant way to touch clients that may otherwise be out of reach. Don’t underestimate the impact being on show in the first MIPIM UK will bring to your practices - exposure to the people that matter. I speak with first-hand experience.’
How to enter
Architecture Tomorrow is free to enter but projects selected for exhibition by an in-house AJ panel will be charged at a rate of £1,500 plus VAT per project. For this you will get your project(s) showcased in the gallery, and one database plus delegate pass to MIPIM UK (face value £645). Your project will be published in an AJ supplement, which will act as a free catalogue at the exhibition, and it will also be published on the AJ website.
To enter visit: at.architectsjournal.co.uk
Deadline: 11th July
Hanif Kara, design director and co-founder, AKTII
Jeremy Melvin, curator, Royal Academy and consultant, World Architecture Festival
Jay Merrick, architecture critic, Independent
Claire Bennie, development director, Peabody
Laura Lee, chief executive, Maggie’s
Nick Searl, partner, Argent
Julian Robinson, director of estates, London School of Economics Estates
Chris Brown, chief executive, Igloo