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The Reimagined Living and Working Space Competition called 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 were invited to depict their Reimagined Living and Working space proposal in a single artwork.


The competition provided 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.


After close to 100 entries from students, designers and experienced architects, we have been treated to an impressive breadth and quality of artwork. The shortlisted entries represent unique and powerful interpretations of the competition theme, each artistically expressed providing an intimate window into the experiences and thoughts of the artists during this period. The winners will be announced in April.


Judges include 40-under-40 star Jas Bhalla of Jas Bhalla Architects, Anna Liu of Tonkin Liu, Marcos Rosello of aLL Design, Roger Ashman from Ashman Architects, Ross Hutchinson of Hutchinson & Partners, and Victoria Whenray from Conran & Partners.


Submissions were free to harness any medium and could take the form of a ‘plan, section, elevation, perspective, sketch or abstract’. The overall winner, to be announced on 12 April, will receive a £1,000 prize while a second prize of £500 and third prize of £250 will also be awarded.


Shortlisted Entries

 

Live Your Dream by Adam Sparrow, Conor Blakeman and Daniel Wilson

Podzilla by Ahmad Zubayr and Rasha Shrourou

The Cocoon by Athanasios Paraskevopoulos

Continuum by Ben Couture

Through the Wall by Beth Day

The Millennial Home by Ciaran Magee

The New Table by Cornelia Maria Tuglui

The House is a Small City and the City is a Large House by Dominic Walker

The Casa: Not a Place for Quiet Contemplation by Ian Bugarin and Joe Douglas

The Intrepid Architect by Inclume Studio

Anarcho Tenement by Joseph Elbourn

The New World Within Us by Lea Velichkova

The Mullet by Matthew Evans

Loop by Monika Mabiki

Non-consensual Teleportation by Paveena Sidhu


[Dis]connected by Rosanna Bacon

Inside Out: Anthropocene by Sara Abekova, Sarah Jin and Dazhong Jin

A Carpet for Living & Working by Sorina Siddall

The Family Table by Tsz Ying Shum

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20 Artworks by UK Architects have been shortlisted in a competition to reimagine how workplaces and homes could be transformed following the pandemic.

SHORTLISTED ENTRIES ANNOUNCED
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