Schools of architecture only have until June 12 to enter their ‘best of shows’ to 3DReid’s national student prize
Sponsored by the AJ, the award boasts the biggest cash payout given by a private practice to a Part 2 graduate - worth £1,500 to the victor.
Entrants are nominated by their schools of architecture and previous winners have included Ross Perkin from the University of Edinburgh (2008) and ex-Bartlett Student Sara Shafiei (2007).
This year, an online voting system will influence the shortlist and also decide the first ‘People’s Choice’ winner.
The practice, which displays all the finalists in the foyer of its London headquarters off Oxford Street, has already received its first entry from Anna Gibb of The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & the Built Environment at the Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen.
Gibb, who was put forward by tutor Bruce Newlands of Kraft Architecture, drew up proposals for a residential drug rehabilitation facility in central Edinburgh (pictured).