RIBA London has launched a call for entries for its summer showcase
Members of the institute are invited to submit schemes for a summer exhibition at the Carl Turner Architects-designed pop-up community space in Brixton.
The show, which responds to the 2015 London Festival of Architecture theme ‘Work in Progress’, will showcase concept drawings, models, paintings, sketches and artworks by architects, students, and honorary fellows.
Taking place from 4-28 June, the exhibition will be housed in one of the recycled shipping containers at the temporary ‘mini-city’ near Brixton Station Road in South London.
RIBA London interim director Owen Wainhouse, said: ‘Our summer show ‘Architecture Open’ at POP Brixton will be a major component of RIBA London’s cultural calendar and our presence within the London Festival of Architecture.
‘The show will attract substantial attention from both the industry and design conscious public and place our exhibitors in the impressive context of POP Brixton, along with a program of wrap around events that will be taking place over the month of June. This will be summer’s most exiting showcase of inspiring and ground-breaking design.’
Details on how to enter are available, here.