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Archiprix International Moscow 2013 open for entries

Entry is now open for the Archiprix International 2013, a celebration of the best graduate projects across the world in the fields of architecture, urban design and landscape architecture.

Working in collaboration with the Central House of Artists, Strelka Institute and the Moscow Architectural Institute (MARKHI), Archiprix International invite schools across the globe to select their elite graduate project and encourage the designer to submit it for the exhibition. The best entries will be recognised with a Hunter Douglas Award, named after Archiprix International’s partner.

Winners of the Hunter Douglas Awards will be invited to participate in an international design workshop prior to the awards ceremony which will be held in Moscow in May 2013. The deadline for registration is 1 August 2012 and projects must be received by 1 September 2012. Architects who graduated after 1 July 2010 are eligible for the competition. Click here for more information.

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