Entries open for 2025 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work

Entries are open for the 2025 AA prize for Unbuilt Work, which recognises compelling works of a conceptual nature that embrace experimentation, speculation and intention.

Entries may be for works of any scale or typology, and may exist as proposals that are intended to be built or merely theoretical explorations on paper.

The 2024 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work went to architecture student Nathan Arceri for his scheme “Between There and Now,” which experiments with a new approach to developing and constructing cooperative housing and explores flexible and relevant ways of living and building together.

The prize is open to students and built environment professionals, including architects, interior designers, landscape architects, urban designers and planners.

The 2025 jury comprises Camilla Block (director of Durbach Block Jaggers Architects), Nic Brunsdon (principal and creative director of Nic Brunsdon Architect), Jocelyn Chiew (director city design at the City of Melbourne), Michael Mossman (associate dean Indigenous strategy and service at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning), and Georgia Birks (associate editor of Architecture Australia).

The AA Prize for Unbuilt Work is presented by Architecture Australia magazine and organised by Architecture Media (publisher of ArchitectureAu)

Entries close on Friday 23 August, at which date projects must be unbuilt. A cash prize of $5,000 is offered. To enter, head to the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work website.

Source: Architecture - architectureau

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