Final days for entries to AA Unbuilt

The closing date for entries to Architecture Australia‘s Unbuilt design competition is 7 October.

There is an online as well as hard-copy component to the competition entries; full details are in the entry guidelines.

The AA Prize for Unbuilt Work promotes debate about architecture and architectural ideas by acknowledging excellence in unbuilt projects. It offers an opportunity to discuss architectural works at the conceptual stage, and recognizes projects that might contribute to the development of architectural discourse in Australia.

Results of the competition will be published in the January edition of Architecture Australia.

For more information contact Jessica on +61 3 8699 1000 or aaunbuilt@archmedia.com.au.

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