The Art Fun Pavilion

architecture competition

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scadenza 3 marzo 2009

Tent London and The Lightbox are delighted to announce the launch of The Art Fund Pavilion architecture competition.

The competition is a opportunity to design a semi-permanent pavilion to sit alongside a RIBA award-winning building by Marks Barfield Architects. The pavilion will provide additional exhibition space for Woking’s new gallery and museum, The Lightbox.

The winning design will be built with funding by The Art Fund Prize, The UK’s largest single art prize of £100,000 and launched during the London Design Festival 2009. This competition is open to all and will be judged by an elite international panel, including Wayne Hemingway and Kieran Long, Editor of The Architects' Journal.

Maximum pavilion footprint: 35 square metres. Your design must be able to be assembled in 72 hrs and disassembled in 24 hrs. • The pavilion will be transported and stored, therefore your design should include practical considerations for disassembly and reassembly i.e. stackable components, modularity, longevity.

This competition is open to all.

Entry to the competition is free and the deadline for competition applications is
03 March 2009.


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