The Rearson Smith Student Competition for Hotel Architecture 2002

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The Rearson Smith Student Competition for Hotel Architecture 2002

Postby Paul Clerkin » Thu Jul 04, 2002 8:52 pm

The brief is to design an international airport hotel. As part of The European Hotel Design Awards scheme - which is this year linked with a Hotel Design Conference at the RIBA - and as the first ever Reardon Smith Student Award for Hotel Architecture, this Award is expected to attract considerable interest amongst the European hotel community and the media.

The judges will be looking for submissions that demonstrate original research and effort to understand the brief as well as the hotel marketplace, attention to the opertional realities of hotel keeping, creativity and innovation and a well-composed presentation. The submissions may either be from an individual or from a team studying at the same college.

Candidates respresenting the three short-listed entries will be invited to attend, as guests of the organiser, the European Hotel Design Awards ceremony and dinner at The Savoy in London, which is a premier gathering of the hotel industry. The winner will receive an all expensess paid long weekend in New York.

<b>Registration Deadline:</b> 3 October 2002
<b>Submission Deadline:</b> 10 October 2002
<b>Open to:</b> Full/part time architectural students undertaking diploma, degree or masters studies in the UK and Europe.
<b>Entry fee:</b> None
<b>Awards:</b> The winner - Long weekend in New York for two; Short-listed candidates: Invitation to the Awards Dinner at The Savoy, London 29 October 2002.
Jury: The directors and associates of Reardon Smith Architects plus the judges of The European Hotel Design Awards.

<b>For more information or to receive a brief, contact:</b>
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Reardon Smith Architects
10 - 13 The Leathermarket
Weston Street
Tel: +44 (0) 207 378 6006
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