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Architecture of Israel Quarterly announces its annual competition

June 11, 2008
by Canadian Architect

Architects, interior designers, landscape architects, city planners, students and researchers are invited to submit projects that have been planned or written since 2005. Chaired by architect Richard Meier, the international judging panel will include well-known architects and academics. All the works reaching the second stage will be reviewed in a special issue of Architecture of Israel Quarterly.

Projects submitted must have been planned or written since 2005. Submissions will be sent only as an attachment in reply to the confirmation note received, after the below registration form is properly filled out and submitted. Each entry may include up to four projects, and each project requires an independent registration fee.

The number of submitted projects should be marked in the Notes & Questions section, placed at the lower part of the registration form. Entry presentations must be submitted in a zipped PDF or PowerPoint format, with a file size not exceeding 4 MB.

Presentations should include: explanatory text (first page) including the name of the project, the name(s) of the planner(s), the idea behind the project and its influence upon it, general view, details, plans and sections which best represent the idea and its influence on the project. It is possible to include a web link to a short film, placed on the sender’s FTP server.

Further questions may be placed in the Notes & Questions section as well. The deadline for registration is July 30, 2008, and the deadline for submission is August 30, 2008.

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