Competition organiser Think Space has begun a contest looking for ideas for the future of the Arctic Circle
The first of three contests to be launched this year, ‘territories’ is open to students and professionals with a brief to envisage the future of the Arctic Circle.
Design proposals are sought which tackle current economic and environmental challenges along with territorial debates.
Entrants may submit as teams, and a list of the 28 possible Arctic sites available through the contest page.
A £1,700 prize fund has been announced made up of entry fees which stand at £63 per submission.
Submissions and registration are welcomed until 4 November through the allocated page.