d line sponsor prestigious architectural award
The Architectural Review was founded in 1896 and the monthly magazine provides leading coverage of the best in global architecture. AR supplies an ultimate collection of the world/’s most exceptional building projects. The AR’s critical and global perspective positions it as a leader of debates and the one magazine in which architects’ aspire to have their work published.
With stunning award-winning photography, sketches, plans and insightful journalism, the AR has established itself as the world/’s favourite architecture magazine. Approximately 20000 architectural professionals in over 130 countries pay for the AR, and 87% of readers keep the AR for reference after use..
d line is the primary sponsor of a prestigious architectural award
We are happy and proud to announce that d line is rekindling the long-standing relationship with the renowned publication The Architectural Review and will once again be sponsoring the Emerging Architecture Award.
The Architectural Review was founded in 1896 and the monthly magazine provides leading coverage of the best in global architecture. AR supplies an ultimate collection of the world’s most exceptional building projects. The AR’s critical and global perspective positions it as a leader of debates and the one magazine in which architects’ aspire to have their work published. With stunning award-winning photography, sketches, plans and insightful journalism, the AR has established itself as the world’s favourite architecture magazine. Approximately 20,000 architectural professionals in over 130 countries pay for the AR, and 87% of readers keep the AR for reference after use
AR Emerging Architecture Awards sponsored by d line as
Founded and sponsored by d line in 1999, the awards have now grown in to the most popular and prestigious awards programme for young architects in the world, giving emerging practices an invaluable impetus on their trajectory to wider stardom and a chance to put their work on a global stage. Awards are given for excellence across a broad spectrum of design including buildings, landscape, urbanism, product design and furniture. All projects must be built and the cut-off limit for age is 45.
The award-giving ceremony will take place at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London in November and will be hosted by AR and d line. An exhibition and lecture tour of the winners and runners-up will follow, perhaps some events will be coming to Copenhagen but that is yet to be decided.
We will regularly post information on this website about the Emerging Architecture Awards, which runs from June until November. Architects may submit their entries from June until September in order to receive a nomination.
d line marvels at the wonderful display of prize winners and runners up at this year’s Exhibtion of Emerging Architecture in London
At this year’s exhibition of emerging architecture hosted by ar+d at the Royal Institute of British Architects, The Architectural Review and d line teamed up to present the winners and commended schemes.
The ar+d exhibition of emerging architecture opened on 23 November and d line and 20 guests were in attendance. The exhibition took place at the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in London and was visited by about 160 invited guests.
The jury has chosen two first prize winners and four runners up and 10 schemes were highly commended. Encapsulating the fertility of architectural production in certain countries, six projects had a Japanese connection, while five were from Spain.
The displayed projects shrouded the event in a creative and inspiring atmosphere and made for a very nice and successful evening. 12 out of the 16 winners, runners up or highly commended architects attended the event.
The exhibition of the projects may be viewed as a collection of vignettes and delivers a message: Look at emerging architecture! These projects are worth doing and the young architects have a lot to offer. But the exhibition could lead to so much more with respect to forging new collaborations and innovative architectural design.
It has been decided that d line will continue as principal partner and sponsor of ar+d in 2012 and 2013, ensuring d line’s commitment to remaining a fixture on the architectural map, recognising and appreciating the work of the architect and not only focusing on hardcore "d line specs" but on architecture in general.
A BIG thank you goes out to our co-sponsors. They are, in no particular order; Keeler Hardware Pty Ltd., Carl F International Pvt. Ltd., Allgood Holdings Ltd., Evva Salto Access AB, ARCON, Total Building Solutions FZE, Euxos Diffusion, Carl Ras A/S.
We are very grateful for your generosity, which makes possible not only d line’sparticipation in the Awards Programme, but also the associated exhibition of winning entries and a series of lectures at the RIBA in London in collaboration with The Architectural Review and their sponsors.
Full details of the lecture series can be found in the forthcoming January issue of The Architectural Review.
Also, see extended coverage and read interview with the Editor of AR, Catherine Slessor in the coming issue of the d line magazine format, which should be on the „stands“ in early June. An interview with d liner extraordinaire Knud Holscher will be featured in the June edition of The Architectural Review, click here to read this interview.
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Official website : www.architecturalreviewawards.com