Entries are open for the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work, which seeks challenging, inventive and rigorous responses to contemporary architectural issues.
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.
This annual program is open to architects, graduates, students and other built environment professionals. The AA Prize for Unbuilt Work is an Architecture Australia initiative. The 2011 Prize is presented in partnership with ISIS.
Information about the submission process is available here. Entries close 7 October and the final results will be published in the January 2012 issue of Architecture Australia.