Details on How to Enter, here. (NOTE: Entry submissions are due by 16 November 2023)
Applications for entry:
To win a place you need to submit a 2-minute (max) video of architectural critique – to arrive by 16 November - that addresses one of the following provocations:
- Should we build on the Greenbelt?
- Whatever happened to the Space Age?
- We need fewer architects, more builders.
Videos must present a cogent, critical, persuasive argument on one of those topics; whatever side you take. Submissions will be judged by a respected jury of architects, academics and designers.*
Costs for the 2-day school: £27 total (£20 student concessionary rate) that includes the 2-day school, hostel accommodation and breakfast, materials, certificates and (potential) prizes.
- Day 1: A day of debates at AHMM offices
- Evening debate: "Global Futures" at BDP offices
- Day 2: A day of making at Heatherwick Studio
- Glenn Howells, partner, Howells
- Andrew Nahum, principal curator of Technology and Engineering, The Science Museum
- Alex Lifschutz, director, Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
- Alan Dunlop, director, Alan Dunlop Architect
- Simon Allford, PRIBA & founder AHMM
- Kim Quazi, director, Arup
- Stefanie Schneider, UN Participatory Slum Upgrading Programme
- Benjamin Spaeth, professor of Digital Design, Technische Hochschule Lübeck
- Zhanet Mishineva, project architect, Clive Chapman Architects
- Robert Adam, architect/writer
- Azhar Azhar, founder, Azhar Architecture
- Darryl Chen, Urban Design lead, Hawkins Brown
- Patrik Schumacher, principal, Zaha Hadid Architects
- Xing Ruan, dean, School of Design, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
További információ, jelentkezés: a Future Cities oldalán.