The 2014 Philippe Rotthier European Prize for Architecture, which awards buildings completed in the last 10 years, has opened for entries
Projects built in the past 10 years may compete for the award, which recognises sustainable projects delivering ‘collective and cultural value’.
Set up by Belgian architect Philippe Rotthier in 1982, there is a £24,900 prize fund.
Former winners include David Chipperfield’s Neues Museum in Berlin and projects from Italy, France, Iceland and Portugal.
Entry is free with submissions welcome in English or French.
Completed applications should be returned by 30 April through the submissions page.