Video competition to put focus on every day architecture

Video competition to put focus on every day architecture

Design students and those interested in architecture will have the opportunity to win $5000 by submitting a one minute video showcasing a building that is significant to them and their community. 

The competition, run by architecture firm Jasmax, launches on July 1. The campaign is looking to put the focus on how accessible architecture is to everybody and how often important structures go unnoticed. 

Entrants need to register before the end of July, and have August to finish production. 

Competition packs are available from marketing@jasmax.com.

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