Fairy Tales 2016: 3rd Annual Architecture Storytelling Competition
We’ve talked about the previous Fairy Tales competitions in the past (2014 competition, 2015 competition, and 2015 winners) and now Blank Space has launched Fairy Tales 2016, its third edition. The competition invites all types of creatives (architects, designers, writers, artists, engineers, illustrators, and even students) to submit their own architectural fairy tales. The scope is pretty wide open – you can choose your own scale, location, and program for your entries.
Blank Space has enlisted a diverse jury of the utmost talent including: Hans-Ulrich Obrist (Co-Director of the Serpentine Galleries), Elizabeth Diller (Founding Partner of Diller Scofidio + Renfro), Allison Arieff (Editorial Director of SPUR), Bradford Shellhammer (Founder and CEO of Bezar), Daniel Simon (Concept and Car Designer), Dror Benshetrit (Founder of Dror), Sylvia Lavin (Director of Critical Studies in Architecture at UCLA), Cristina Goberna (Co-Founder of Fake Industries, Architectural Agonism), Aaron Betsky (Dean of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture), Alexander Walter (Editor in Chief of Bustler), Robert McKee (Fulbright Scholar and Creative Writing Instructor), David Basulto (Founder and Editor in Chief of Archdaily), Becky Quintal (Executive Editor of Archdaily), Matthew Hoffman and Francesca Giuliani (Co Founders, Blank Space).
Registration is $35 until October 22nd, $55 until December 9th, and $74 until the final deadline of January 16th, 2016.
1ST PRIZE: $2500 USD
2ND PRIZE: $1000 USD
3RD PRIZE: $500 USD
HONORABLE MENTIONS: The jury will select up to 10 honorable mentions. Honorable mentions will be featured in their next publication, Fairy Tales, Volume III.
To register for Fairy Tales 2016 and for more detailed information, please visit: blankspaceproject.com. Find Twitter content about the Fairy Tales Competition by tracking the hashtag #FairyTales2016.