Submission deadline extended for Twenty + Change: Next Generation

Twenty + Change is a non-profit volunteer-run organization, established to encourage the exchange of ideas, and to expose and disseminate the work of a new generation of Canadian architects and designers. Through an ongoing exhibition and publication series, Twenty + Change is dedicated to promoting emerging designers working in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design who push the limits of their discipline.

The fourth version of Twenty + Change: Next Generation, will feature projects and practices that are setting a new agenda for innovation and excellence through their built or speculative work. Juried by a group of noted practitioners, authors and academics from across Canada, Twenty + Change will present the next generation of emerging practices who are pushing boundaries, be it to engage the public realm in meaningful ways, investigate new ideas regarding typology, program or site, innovate in sustainability and material affect, or engage in new models of practice. In presenting these practices, Twenty + Change: Next Generation is endeavouring to advance the discourse of contemporary architecture and the design of the built environment.

Canadian design practices working in architecture, landscape architecture and urban design are invited to submit projects for consideration for inclusion in the Next Generation exhibition. Projects of all types, either theoretical or real and executed in any medium, are welcome. The curatorial committee will select work for presentation in an exhibition scheduled to open in the fall of 2015, and subsequently travel to venues across Canada. All projects selected for exhibition will also be included in an exhibition catalogue for the opening of the exhibition.

For more information about past exhibitions, please visit The deadline for submissions has been extended to 11:59pm on Friday, June 5, 2015. Please visit the website for submission criteria.

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