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A4TC - Architecture Thesis Competition

India Architecture News - Jul 20, 2021 - 15:59   2180 views

A4TC - Architecture Thesis Competition

The first edition of Archiol’s Architecture Thesis Competition.

Architecture thesis, the ultimate yet the preliminary test of the student being molded as an architect, the initial years that contribute into forging a designer that eventually formulates a collaboration of all the wisdom accumulated over the academic years, the inventive years which birth the composition of the incomprehensible ideas, known as thesis. 

A4TC is an international architecture thesis competition that aims at promoting the amazing ideas nurtured with extensive research and thoughts. An acknowledgment of the efforts and creativity presented as the Architecture thesis by the future of architecture.

A competition designed to present your unimaginable and problem solving architectural ideas at a global scale.

A4TC is considering architectural thesis of the past decade (2011-2021).

Timeline

Registration starts: 20th June 2021

Registration Deadline: 31st December 2021

Submission Deadline: 1st January  2022

Result Announcement: 15th February 2022

All deadlines are 11:59 PM UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)

Awards

- TOP 3 WINNERS

Total prize money of $1000 will be awarded to our top 3 winners. 

Certificate of Achievement

Interview 

Publication

- HONORABLE MENTIONS

- SHORTLISTED ENTRIES

All the winners will receive E-certificate of Achievement

All the participants will receive participation certificate.

Eligibility

- A4TC_2021 is open to architecture students/architects of all nationalities and institutions. 

- Thesis conducted in the calendar year 2011-2021 are eligible to participate

- Undergraduate/Bachelors and Graduate/Masters Thesis 


SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

Presentation Board (Max. 2)

Format (Landscape, A4 / details in the submission kit)


REGISTRATION FEES:

The registration period has been divided into 3 stages: $20 - $70


To learn more details, visit the competition's website

Top image courtesy of Archiol.

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