October will see the launch of the Future Spaces Foundation’s ninth student design competition. Teams from six universities around the UK are joining us for a two-week design challenge open to architecture students across all year groups.
The competition is the latest in our Nature in the City series, and invites entrants to imagine nature-based solutions in urban contexts, with a focus on socially inclusive design.
The competition involves a day-long charrette in the Make studio, followed by independent design work, and formal presentations to a panel of industry professionals. The judges will award the winning team £1,250, with all entries to be published on the FSF website and social media channels later this autumn.