Architects, designers, and the future of architecture
The Gateway Architecture Design Competition is coming up.
The competition aims to stimulate the creative and innovative thinking of architects and designers.
It was launched by the National Architecture Museum and the University of Birmingham’s Department of Design and Architecture.
It is an invitation-only event with only a handful of entries in each category.
It takes place at the Gateway Building, the main campus of the University’s Department, between 10am and 5pm on Wednesday March 14.
Entries are open to anyone, but it is essential that you have a good understanding of architecture, design, or design-related disciplines.
You can also apply to the 2019-2020 National Architecture Biennial and to the National Architectural Award, for which there are also limited entries in the gateway design category.
The 2018-2019 Gateway Design Competition entry list is as follows:Entries open until 30 April 2019.
To enter, you must be at least 16 years old, have a BA or A Levels in a relevant discipline, and have a strong work ethic.
You must also have the opportunity to submit your work in the 2019 Gateway Design competition and have it published in an academic journal.
You may be eligible for entry for this year’s competition if you are a member of the UK’s Architecture Council, as well as the National Building Council, the UK Government’s Architectural Research and Development Agency and the UK National Land Registry.
Entrants will also be eligible to win a prize of up to £20,000 from the National Trust for Architecture, with further awards to be announced in the future.
There are five categories in the Gateway Design contest:Architectural Design, Architecture for Life, Community Architecture, Architecture as a Community Organiser, and Design as a Public Service.
The Gateway Design competitions are open from the beginning of April until the last day of competition on February 12.
There will be two judges.
The first judge will be a senior architecture student, and there will be another two students who will also judge the entry.
The competition is open to people of all levels, as long as they are working in architecture, architecture design or a related field, or both.
There are also specialised opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
The entry fee is £6.00 for students and £8.00 as a general entry fee.
Entrance is free for anyone who has a good work ethic, who has been working in a professional role, and who can prove they have a passion for architecture, architectural design, design as a community organiser or design as public service.
There is also a special entry fee for children aged under 12, and a £10 entry fee to cover travel costs.
Entrees will be judged by a jury of five experienced architects, with a selection of outstanding entries and a final winner selected by the judging panel.
There may be one or more international entries in addition to the UK entry, depending on the judging criteria.
The winners will be announced on March 17.