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Deadline extended for Cityscape 'Culturally Significant Vernacular Architecture in the Gulf' competition

Deadline extended for Cityscape 'Culturally Significant Vernacular Architecture in the Gulf' competition

Entries are now being accepted up until June 8th

Vernacular architecture is characterised by its reliance on needs, construction materials and traditions specific to its particular locality
Vernacular architecture is characterised by its reliance on needs, construction materials and traditions specific to its particular locality

An open call competition for architects and students of architecture living in the Gulf has been extended.

You now have until 10pm on June 8 (if you're in the United Arab Emirates or Sultanate of Oman), or 9pm (if home is Kuwait, Qatar, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain) to submit a quick sketch to the RIBA Cityscape Intelligence Sketchbook – Culturally Significant Vernacular Architecture in the Gulf competition.

Under the theme of vernacular architecture in your country, The Royal Institute of British Architects-sponsored competition is open to traditional and digital sketching submissions.

The winner will display their sketching skills in a live RIBA Cityscape Intelligence webinar session that will now be livestreamed for members across the Gulf to on July 2nd.

They will also receive a VIP ticket to one Cityscape Conference of their choosing and access to one Cityscape architecture workshop (valid until 2021).

Two runners up will feature in the RIBA International newsletter and on its website.

Do you need any more incentive? Get sketching, then submit your entry here 

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