|Type||International, Project, Registered Architects|
|RegDeadline||24 April 2017 GoogleCal iCal|
|24 April 2017|
|Eligibility||The client is looking to appoint a firm with proven ability to deliver the project. For this reason entrants must demonstrate they employ a minimum of 3 fee earning members of staff, of which one must be a registered architect|
Co-living or Co-housing is best described as a deliberate community that’s strengthened by the use of shared space and facilities, such as kitchens, utility spaces, play areas, gardens and outside areas.
The design competition is being held in partnership with bedu.uk a private developer and is open internationally to registered architects. The initial phase of the competition will require teams to submit expressions of interest and their vision of co-living, in digital format only. Up to ten practices will then be longlisted and invited to interview. Five practices will be subsequently shortlisted to participate in the second phase. Each shortlisted designer will receive an honorarium of £3,000 + VAT in total. Each team attending an interview that doesn’t make the eventual shortlist will receive a payment of £1,000 + VAT.
Hugh Broughton (Hugh Broughton Architects)
Takero Shimazaki (t-sa Architects)
Developer Representatives (bedu.uk)
Matthew Johnson (UKPA Planning Consultant (Interview and Phase 2 only))
Notification and result announced: Monday 10 July