The deadline to enter the AJ/BGS Writing Prize is fast approaching – you’ve got until Monday 1 October to submit your entries
Entrants must be under 35 years old and write an essay that discusses the question ‘Do architects have a duty beyond satisfying the demands of the client?
Specific references should be made to existing, unbuilt or historic projects. The piece should be written in lucid, jargon-free language. It should inspire, delight and inform AJ readers as well as those who have no design training. Images can be included in the entry, but the emphasis will be on the text.
£1,000 will be awarded to the winning writer. The winning piece will be published in full in the AJ and the writer of the piece will be commissioned to write a building study which will feature in the AJ.
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