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Jacques Rougerie Foundation Competition


The Jacques Rougerie Foundation wishes to reward the most innovative, creative and bold projects at the service of architectural innovation, relative to topics that are dear to us; Water and Space. Jacques Rougerie is a famous French Sea oriented architect, who had the chance during his career to receive help and support from those who believed in his talent. His Foundation aspires to do the same and to support promising young architects, designers and engineers in the realization of their projects.

In order to do so, the Foundation is organizing an International Architectural Competition under the aegis of the prestigious Institut de France, which aims to reward the most innovative architectural projects, by delivering three awards of € 10,000 each.

This competition is open to everyone and offers a unique opportunity for students in architecture, engineering or design, from all around the world to make their projects come true, or simply to reward their creativity.
This year, the three awards are:

The “Innovation and Architecture for the Sea” Award – € 10 000
The “Innovation and Architecture for Space” Award – € 10 000
The “Architecture & Sea Level Rise” Award – € 10 000

Registrations closes on May 28, 2013.

The Jacques Rougerie Foundation will deliver the 2013 awards during a ceremony organized under the Great Dome of the Institut de France, in December 2013.

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