The Twentieth Corus Student Awards is supported by the Steel Construction Institute (SCI), the British Constructional Steelwork Association Limited (BCSA), the Architect’s Journal, and RIBA Education.
The main purpose of this competition is to give architectural students a creative vehicle for learning about the use of steel in buildings. By taking part you will have the chance to explore the complex issues surrounding the theme of living with waste.
The competition is, as usual, open to students of architecture in the European Union. For both UK and overseas students the competition brief is to address the theme of ‘Wasteworld’ – Living with waste.
Eligibility for overseas entrants The competition is open to all students registered in a school of architecture in the European Union that is recognised by the professional body of that country. Both undergraduate (equivalent to RIBA Part I) and postgraduate (equivalent to RIBA PART II) entries are eligible to enter
How to enter To enter the competition you should complete the entry form and authorship declaration and send it to Ken Oliver at the address shown on the form by 29th February 2008.
Design entries must be received by 4.30pm Friday 16th May 2008
The Awards There will be a total of £5,000 for the winners to share. The Award Ceremony will take place in London at the Structural Steel Design Awards, where the winners of the competition will be awarded their prizes. The panel of competition assessors will be present at this event.
Brief 2007/2008 [www.corusconstruction.com]
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