The Royal Society of Arts, in collaboration with the Architecture Foundation, has launched an ideas competition for architects aimed at finding future uses for the profession’s skills
The open competition aims to gather material for a ‘Day of Ideas’ which will take place later this year at the society’s headquarters in London. The best entry will receive a cash prize.
The deadline for submission of entry forms, fees and work is 6.00pm GMT on Friday 8 April.
Client contact details:
Registration forms and fees should be sent to:
RSA / The Resourceful Architect
8 John Adam Street
WC2N 6EZ UK
All entries should be sent or delivered to:
Brooks Transport Services Limited
Unit 2/15, Second Avenue
Bluebridge Industrial Estate
Entries could be ‘examples of the resourcefulness’ showing how architects have delivered projects to a public platform in the current climate of financial constraint.
A statement from the organisers said: ‘Your ideas can be entirely new and prompted by this call, or they may be already in development; they may also be completed but under-exposed: above all they should be resourceful. Ideas can come from architects, students of architecture or multidisciplinary teams.’
Ideas can come from architects, students of architecture or multidisciplinary teams.