The final call is out for entries into the Auckland Architecture Association’s (AAA) 2013 Unbuilt Architecture Awards. The awards are open to design professionals and students in New Zealand and require entrants to submit concepts and proposals for real world, not-yet-realised architectural projects. Projects are judged across three categories by architects Pip Cheshire (Cheshire Architects), Lindley Naismith (Scarlet Architects) and Dominic Glamuzina (Glamuzina Paterson Architects) and announced on Friday 6 December.
Submissions are due before 6pm on Wednesday 20 November. More information can be found at unbuiltarchitecture.co.nz