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Niall McLaughlin and Maria Smith to speak at AJ Small Projects Awards launch

Niall McLaughlin and Maria Smith will be speaking at an event to launch this year’s AJ Small Projects Awards on the 29 October

Niall McLaughlin, director at Niall McLaughlin Architects, will be joining the co-founder of Studio Weave, Maria Smith, to discuss the merits and challenges of building small at the launch of the 2015 Small Projects Awards.

The free event will be chaired by AJ acting editor Rory Olcayto. It is taking place at the NLA, which is part of the Building Centre on Store Street, and will start at 6.30pm on the 29 October.

A long-established showcase for emerging talent, the AJ Small Projects Awards is the Architects’ Journal’s annual search for the best architecture built for less than £250,000.

Entries are now open for this year’s awards.

All of the projects entered into the awards will be featured in the AJ Buildings Library with the 24 shortlisted projects published in the AJ, exhibited at the NLA in Store Street, London, and presented in front of our top-flight judging panel in a crit.

How to enter the Small Projects Awards

You will need to submit 150 words describing your project, along with at least eight photographs, five drawings and one working detail. Entry costs £60 + VAT. All entries must be made digitally via the AJ Buildings Library.

Email Tom Ravenscroft at ajsmallprojects@emap.com for a unique AJBL login.

Deadline: 28 November 2014

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