AJ Small Projects open for entries
Marley Eternit has confirmed that it will be sponsoring the AJ Small Projects Award for the fourth year in a row. The annual awards give architects the chance to show what they can design and deliver on a contract budget of £250,000 or less.
Previous winners include the Box House, the Old Workshop and the Jellyfish Theatre, which had a budget of just £17,000 and was made entirely from recycled and reclaimed materials.
Paul Reed, sales and marketing director at Marley Eternit, comments: “We are proud to be sponsoring the AJ Small Projects award for the fourth year running. The award recognises that creativity is not necessarily associated with big budgets and gives architects’ practices a platform to demonstrate the innovative and inspirational buildings they can design when working within shape, size or budgetary constraints.
“Year on year, we continue to be impressed by the creativity and originality of the designs that we see and the ability of the architects who enter to create smaller budget buildings that truly stand out from the crowd. Being involved with these awards allows us to understand how innovation in the manufacture of our own roofing and cladding materials can help give architects the design flexibility they need to produce stunning buildings.”
For further information and to enter please visit www.architectsjournal.co.uk/home/small-projects.