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3DReid Student Prize 2013: call for entries

3DReid has again launched its search for the best Part II student in the country

Nominations are sought from all UK schools of architecture for their most talented starlets.

Now into its eighth year, the highest-profile, practice-backed student prize in the UK is run in association with the AJ, and has a top prize of £1,000.

Submissions will be subject to a two stage judging process and will also be showcased on Facebook to allow the public to shape the shortlist and vote for the ‘People’s Choice’ winner.

David Stanford, director at 3DReid said: ‘The 3DReid Student Prize is now firmly established as a key event in the design calendar and we have schools approaching us to participate. We cannot over-estimate how important it is to both nurture and showcase the best talent emerging British architecture and every year we are blown away by the quality of entries. We’re looking forward to seeing what the students have in store this year.’

Last year the prize was won by Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Part II student Andrew Piggott for his ‘incredibly detailed’ scheme for a culinary school in Carnareggio, Venice.

The overall winner will be chosen by a panel of esteemed judges, again including AJ editor Christine Murray, Martyn Evans from emerging, design savvy developer Cathedral, and Mark Davy of FutureCity and will be announced in July.

The deadline for nominations is 17 June with artwork due in by 28 June.

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