Entries open: 2020 Australian Institute of Architects’ Dulux Study Tour

Applications are now open for the 2020 Australian Institute of Architects’ Dulux Study Tour. The coveted prize will see five winning applicants embark on a 10-day architectural tour of several major European cities.

The prize is open to all graduates from a tier-two or five-year architecture degree, who are within 10 years from graduation. Entrants may be nominated by an employer or self-nominate if they are self-employed. Employers and self-nominees must be members of the Australian Institute of Architects.

Applicants will be assessed on their individual contributions to architectural practice, education, design excellence and community involvement.

Winners will be chosen from a two-stage process – first, an online entry form, and inn stage two, shortlisted entrants must submit an employer reference, resume and a portfolio of works.

In 2019, the winners were Carly McMahon, Jennifer McMaster, Phillip Nielsen, Ben Peake and Alix Smith.

Entries close 14 October, 2019. For more information, click here. Read ArchitectureAU editor Linda Cheng’s reports from the 2019 tour, which visited Copenhagen, London and Lisbon.

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