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3DReid Student Prize Returns!
Now in its 15th Year, the 3DReid Student Prize is open for entries.
The largest independent Prize for Part II architecture students, the invitation has been extended to all schools of architecture in the UK to propose one student to take part.
ESALA Edinburgh School of Architecture graduate Findlay McFarlane is the current reigning winner of the £1,000 prize. Previous winners include Leicester; Glasgow; Kent; Bath; Dundee; Liverpool and Northumbria.
We have rebranded our prize; REview REthink REimagine in recognition of the changes to society and our industry in the last couple of years. We are removing names from submissions to ensure unconsicous bias plays no part in selection and amended our judging criteria:
Impact– does the project have meaning? does it address societal concerns such as environment, culture, community, wellbeing, inclusivity and marginalisation?
Innovation – does the project represent new ways of thinking? does it explore new technologies, materials, building methods, sense of place and environmental impact?
Communication – does it speak to the viewer? are the imagery and words well-conceived and have they embraced new ways of communicating their ideas?
We hope to celebrate how challenges over the last couple of years have accelerated change and brought forth innovation and creativity. We are committed to supporting education and providing a platform to the next generation of architects.
Tutors are invited to submit a student to represent your university by the 25th June. Should you wish to receive a nomination form or hear more details, get in touch with our London office >