Architecture Competition: Essay: Accessible Architecture
Incredible engineering is something beyond making a structure that looks great; an insightfully planned climate is one that functions admirably and offers solace and security for every individual who utilizes it. Accessibility varieties are frequently a reconsideration with regards to engineering, yet incredible plan needs to join choices that make the space practical for all through the whole plan measure.
The significance of light on those with visual disabilities, or dissemination for those with restricted versatility, can affect the whole structure and feel of a climate, and genuinely accessible plan thinks about these from the very first moment.
Do you have a thought or a comment about accessible engineering?
Bee Breeders, in association with ARCHHIVE BOOKS, is calling for essay entries for their next print distribution “What is Accessible Architecture?”. Entries from members identified with any field or discipline are gladly received. Chosen victors will get financial honors and will be remembered for the ARCHIVE BOOKS “What is Accessible Architecture?” print distribution.
3 winning proposals and 6 honourable mentions will be selected. Bee Breeders will award a total of 1,000 € in prize money to competition winners as follows:
1st Prize – 600 €
2nd Prize – 300 €
3rd Prize – 100 €
+ 6 honourable mentions
Advance Registration: JULY 13 – SEPTEMBER 15
Last Minute Registration: SEPTEMBER 16 – NOVEMBER 10
Final registration deadline: NOVEMBER 10, 2021
Closing date for submission: DECEMBER 14, 2021 (11:59 p.m. GMT)
Announcement of the winners: FEBRUARY 23, 202
Jos Boys, The DisOrdinary Architecture Project
Chris Downey, Architecture for the Blind
Rosa Lorenzo Downey, Architecture for the Blind
Persis Lam, Diamond Schmitt Architects
Anonymous, So & So Studio
Fotini Pitoglou, FORREC
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