Scottish Design Awards issue call for entries
December 8 2011Carbon Trust launched their low carbon building awards.
As ever the event aims to recognise the best graphic and architectural design in Scotland. It offers a unique platform from which designers and architects can come together to showcase their talent.
No other awards process brings together these related though distinct disciplines, offering both sectors an opportunity to come together and applaud the achievements being made in the creative sphere.
Entries for the award must be received no later than Friday, March 9, but anyone quick out of the blocks with a submission prior to January 6 will receive a 20% discount.
The annual architectural banjoree will culminate in a gala dinner this summer to provide a much needed fillip to an industry recovering from the ravages of the recession.
So don’t delay, submit today to be in with a chance of seeing your project crowned as the nation’s best.
This year’s judges include; Duncan Whatmore, Urban Design Consultant at Terry Farrell & Partners; Catherine Slessor, editor of the Architectural Review; Stephen Hodder, chairman of Hodder & partners; Gillian Horn, partner at Penoyre & Prasad; Jim Heverin, associate director of Zaha Hadid Architects; Jason Flanagan, director of BFLS; Richard Woods, senior associate director of Capita Symonds; Adrian Griffiths, owner Chapman Taylor and Gerry Grams, design adviser for Glasgow City Council.
For more information on the entry process please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 0141 559 6063, who will be more than happy to help, or log on to www.scottishdesignawards.com.
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