It has been announced that Ross Hutchinson will form part of the jury panel for a new international art and architecture ideas competition entitled ‘The Reimagined Living & Working Space’.
The competition calls for exciting and unique design proposals for what a living and working space might look and feel like, and how it might be experienced. Entrants are invited to depict their Reimagined Living and Working space proposal in a single artwork.
The competition is the initiative of the founders of FAT, a recruitment agency formed in 2018 looking to bring a new perspective to architectural placements.
The Reimagined Living and Working Space competition will provide the opportunity for architects at any phase of their career, from undergraduate students to those with decades of experience in practice, to share their work with the wider industry. Shortlisted proposals, as well as the top three winners, will be featured in a digital exhibition circulated and made available for viewing to a wide audience across the UK. The top 50 entries will be made available to purchase in print through Introducing Architecture for which the artists will receive a commission for each print sold. This is an exciting opportunity to have your work recognised by those shaping architecture today.
Full Details of the Competition can be found in the links below: