For the last 5 years, the Fairy Tales competition has captured the imagination of designers and architects around the world. Last year's record breaking competition drew entries from over 60 countries, making the competition once again the largest annual architecture competition in the world. For the sixth year of the competition, Blank Space is proud to partner with ArchDaily, Archinect, Bustler, and the AIAS.
“My personal little theory is that we’re all constantly reworking our childhoods. For me, creativity has a lot to do with recovering lost innocence,” says jury member Jürgen Mayer, “As a society, we’re definitely looking at the future again, but always in terms of responsibilities, cautions, and potential catastrophes. I refer back to this moment in the past where there was this excitement, energy, and risk of discovery.”
To celebrate the launch of the 6th year of the Fairy Tales competition- all Fairy Tales publications, including Fairy Tales Volume 1, Fairy Tales Volume 2, and Fairy Tales Volume 3 will be on sale for a limited time- available at the Blank Space website.
“The best entries we have received over the years are not just visually stunning and original in their execution, but they inspire us by striking universal chords,” says Blank Space founder Francesca Giuliani. “From deeply personal studies in how we relate to our surroundings, to tales of large-scale social dystopias, the entrants to Fairy Tales competition have the power to ignite meaningful and needed conversations in the wider architecture community.”
Fairy Tales is open to all, and invites architects, designers, writers, artists, engineers, illustrators, students and creatives to submit their own unique architectural fairy tales. A successful entry will craft a text narrative, along with 5 images, in the most spectacular way possible.
Participants can register for a $45 Early Bird Discount until September 28th. Following that, Regular Registration ($60) will be open until December 6th, and Late Registration ($75) until the Submission Deadline on January 4th, 2018.
To register for Fairy Tales 2019 and for more detailed information, please visit: www.blankspaceproject.com
To download a copy of the brief: https://bit.ly/2x60a0f
For any questions please email: email@example.com
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: Until September 28, 2018 ($45)
REGULAR REGISTRATION: Until December 6, 2018 ($60)
LATE REGISTRATION: Until Submission Deadline ($75)
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: January 4, 2019
WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT: March, 2019 TBA
MOSHE SAFDIE | Safdie Architects
TATIANA BILBAO | Tatiana Bilbao
JÜRGEN MAYER | J. MAYER H
MARK FOSTER GAGE | Mark Foster Gage Architects
JANE YOLEN | Author
STUART WOOD | Heatherwick Studio
VANESSA KEITH | StudioTEKA
SEBASTIAN BEHMANN | Olafur Eliasson
CLAIRE WEISZ | WXY
JENNIFER NEWSOM | Dream the Combine
THOMAS CARRUTHERS | Dream the Combine
JULIA KOERNER | JK Design GmbH
GABRIELA ETCHEGARAY AMBROSI | ETCHEGARAY
ALAN MASKIN | Olson Kundig
LOUIS LIU | Fairy Tales 2018 Winner
SENYAO WEI | Fairy Tales 2018 Winner
ALEXANDER WALTER | Archinect & Bustler
BECKY QUINTAL | ArchDaily
DAVID BASULTO | ArchDaily
AMY ROSEN | AIAS
BRIGID CALLAGHAN | AIAS
MATTHEW HOFFMAN | Blank Space
FRANCESCA GIULIANI | Blank Space
ANNA CREATURA | Blank Space
1ST PRIZE: $2,500
2ND PRIZE: $1,500
3ND PRIZE: $750
HONORABLE MENTIONS: The jury will choose up to 10 honorable mentions.
ABOUT BLANK SPACE
Blank Space is an online platform for architecture, founded in 2013 by Matthew Hoffman and Francesca Giuliani. Matthew is an architect who believes architecture can be more interesting, more fun and more social. Francesca is a journalist who believes that communication is omnipresent, and that good communication helps great ideas change the world.
Through competitions, publications, and projects, we uncover the true power of architecture by creating new opportunities for design to engage the public. We like to think of Blank Space as an office for thought provocation, challenging architecture to rethink its role in society by speaking about things everybody can relate to, in a language understandable to all.
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