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Northern Design Competition - student call for entries

The 2010 Northern Design Competition has issued a call for entries to its student awards which include an architecture and interior design category

This category invites submissions from all aspects of architectural design including architecture, interior design, landscape architecture and urban design.

Innovative solutions sensitive to their particular context will be favoured by judges and entrants that clearly describe their use of skills and resources with reference to their particular project will do well.

Criteria: Entrants should provide a PDF presentation of their work on a maximum of four sheets at a size no bigger than A2. This can be entered as four separate PDF files or one single file with four pages. Students that prefer to submit JPEG image files instead of PDF’s are welcome to do so as long as the images are saved in the RGB colour format (not CMYK). The JPEG files must not exceed A2 size and there can be no more than four files.

Only files that have a .jpeg or .pdf extension will be accepted for submission in this category. Students are advised that the entry system will not allow any other file types to be uploaded so work should be formatted in advance to make sure the entry criteria has been met.

Photographs of scaled models of designs are welcomed as part of the presentation file(s). Entrants are reminded that any images and text should be legible once the PDF conversion process is complete or once the JPEG file has been saved so that the entry can be marked properly.

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