Tuesday night, the 12th of January, saw another well attended competition to see who would win the coveted Architect’s Association Cup! This year’s theme was ‘Rural Architecture’, with a focus on buildings associated with the countryside. The competition, judged by Ray Kimberley, saw a whopping 74 PDI images submitted, a record number for this competition!
Our winner this year, in fact, winning this cup for a second year in a row, was Carl Wrightson, seen above accepting the cup from Graham Bright, who was representing the Bedford Architect’s Association. Carl’s image – Houghton Mill – can be seen under the link Galleries>Competitions>Competitions 2015-2016>Architect’s Association Trophy 2016 on this website, along with the other images held back for further consideration by the judge.
Congratulations! to Carl, and to the other members of the BCC who received high scores!
Next year’s theme, announced by Graham, will be ‘Architecture in the 3rd Dimension’. Hmmm, interesting project in store for our members over the next year, for sure…!
Submitted 16 January by Cliff Harvey