120 hours... to prove your talent
The students can enter the competition as a single person or as teams up to three persons. The sign up will close at 22 and the competition will begin!
As it is said on the 120HOURS site if you want to entry you must be prepared to work hard and... fast.
"120 HOURS introduced a brand new competition format, where students are given 120 hours to solve a complex and socially relevant assignment. By addressing topical discussions in both public and architecture debate, the competition aims to be a contributor of new thoughts and discussions within both social and cultural discourse."
"JURIES".. who are they and how do they judge?
Well the juries are a team of five well-known and higly respected architects and architect critics.
Of course among them there is a student representative to keep them... on earth as they have high expectations.
ELLEN VAN LOON
Architect, Head of Jury
Two of Loon's projects ; The Rothschild Bank headquarters and Maggie’s Centre near Glasgow, were recently nominated for the RIBA Stirling Prize.
she is one of the most influential architects.
NANNE DE RU
Architect and Teacher
Founding Director of Powerhouse Company, Director of The Berlage
De Ru has taught and lectured at schools across Europe so his relationship with education makes him a great jury.
Architect and Urban Designer
Founding Partner of Urban Think Tank, Chair for Architecture and Urban Design, ETH Zurich
His approach to sunstainability is alternative and his urban architecture awarness give him all that's needed to be a jury.
EVA FRANCH I GILABERT
Architect, Researcher and Curator
Director, Storefront for Art and Architecture
She is full of energy and new ideas and brings a modern air to the competition.
Stud.M.Arch. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design
In 2013, Martin co-founded Hesselbrand Ltd., a company based in London.
His portfolio is amazing and his presence essential.