CTRL+SPACE has launched an open ideas competition to create a new digital arts museum in the Spanish capital
Open to students and professionals, the contest seeks proposals for a new contemporary arts venue in the city’s vibrant Lavapiés district.
According to the brief: ‘The aim of this competition is to create a museum devoted to the contemporary arts, in particular those that explore the more recent technologies as an integrated medium of work.
‘The winning design will demonstrate a high degree of expression and creativity in fulfilling the program requirements, in accordance with the specific design guidelines presented.’
The jury will include London-based architect Alex Bulygin and French architect Antoine Cardon.
The winner – set to be announced on 27 October – will receive a £2,800 prize. A second place prize worth £800 and third place prize of £400 are also available.
The registration fee is around £23 until 24 August and then increases to £40 until 24 September and rises again to £63 thereafter.
The deadline for submissions is 5 October.
How to apply
Visit the competition website for more information