Time is running out to enter a competition to design an ‘interpretation centre’ for Lijssenthoek Military Centre in Poperinge, Belgium
The unmanned interpretation centre will provide information about the cemetery, which contains the graves almost 11,000 men who died there during First World War.
The competition calls for ‘an innovative design, with the emphasis on environmental integration, energy efficiency, durability and functionality.’
The conceptual submission deadline is the 23 October and should be a single A3 design board. For more information call 00 32 57 34 66 86 or email email@example.com
An honorarium of €90,000 will be provided to the appointed architect.