Future Of The Conservatory Design Somerset, United Kingdom, May 2014

About Contest:

We're offering design and architecture students the opportunity to win 1,000 pounds, an iPad and a designer / architect interview published on our website.

All you need to do is design an innovative, interesting and inspiring conservatory. If an appropriate design is selected and we happen to have a suitable project in the pipeline, we'll even consider building your conservatory.

The competition is open to any student in full time education for the academic years of 2012/2013 or 2013/2014. The competition opens on 1st September 2013 and we'll be accepting submissions until 31st May 2014.

A short list will be compiled by David Salisbury and his team of expert designers. The most innovative and interesting entries will then be judged by an award winning architect (name TBC). A short list will be announced by 1st July 2014 and winning submissions will be announced on the 1st August 2014.

Before submitting your entry, please make sure you read all the rules and the terms and conditions. They cover everything you need to know, including how to present your entry. If you have any questions regarding any of the rules or the terms and conditions, please email us at: competition@davidsalisbury.com We look forward to receiving your entries.

Entry Dates:

The David Salisbury 'Future of the Conservatory' competition opens for submissions on 1st September 2013 and we'll be accepting submissions until midnight GMT on 31st May 2014.

  • Judging will be undertaken during June and July 2014.
  • A short list will be announced on 1st July 2014.
  • Winners will be announced on 1st August 2014.
  • Prize monies are awarded at the end of August 2014.
  • Winners architect interviews will be conducted and published on the website at the end of August 2014.
Eligibility:
  • The competition is open to architecture and design students of all nationalities residing anywhere in the world.
  • Entrants must be in full time education, either in the academic year 2012 / 2013 or 2013 / 2014, and aged eighteen (18) years or over at the end of their academic year. Students under 18 (at the time they submit their entry) must also provide a written and signed consent from their parent/guardian. This consent must include contact details of parent/guardian and state that the parent/guardian is happy for their son/daughter (include name) to participate in the competition.
  • Your entry must include:
    • Detailed drawings or a 3D graphic model of your design.
    • A narrative of how this particular design will help develop and advance the cliched idea of the conservatory.
    • A description of the practical problems you foresee, any constraints on design and the materials you have chosen.
  • Designs entered into any of our previous competitions are ineligible.
  • Designers and architects can only enter individually, not as part of a team. No more than one entry may be submitted per person. If more than one entry is submitted, only the first design received will be considered. All other designs will be ignored.
  • The design submitted must be original, and entirely the designer's own work. It must not infringe the copyright or any other rights of any third party.
  • No one directly associated with or employed by David Salisbury or their direct families may enter the competition.
  • David Salisbury reserves the right to refuse entry to the competition for any reason at its absolute discretion. No discussion will be entered into.


Future Of The Conservatory Design Somerset, United Kingdom, May 2014
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