ARCHITECTURAL FABEL WRITING COMPETITION

Architecture Competition

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©Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organisation, India

TIMELINE

Early bird Registration: 6th November 2020

Standard Registration: 27th November 2020

Submission Deadline: 30th  November 2020

INTRODUCTION

Architectural Fabel Writing Competition is the nineth initiative of the Architectural Journalism & Criticism Organization, India founded by architect Pappal Suneja to spread awareness about this subject and sow the seeds of inspiration to explore and write about Architecture and allied fields from a dreamer and explorer’s perspective.


Theme for the Competition is:

Fictional Saga

Let me tell you a story.

This very line attracts everyone. Reality is constant, but fictions are dramatic. It’s a world where animals speak, humans squeak, and where the history lives. What if our stories and dreams come alive? Fictions are where incredible things happen to leave us astounding. It gets us out of the box with unparalleled thoughts. This helps us broaden the horizon and alter the facts.

OBJECTIVE

Use the following characters to twine your story into a fable as required

Bowen – A giraffe with high temper

Ronald – A lion who is sassy and cool

Mike – A cunning fox

Arthur – A nerdy rabbit

Edith – An ant who is an architect

Jodie – A lazy panda

JUDGES

Dr. Preeti Puri, Asstt Professor, Humanities, NIT Jalandhar

Prof. Kanika Bansal, Professor & Architect, Chitkara University, Chandigarh

Dr. Priya Sasidharan, Professor, Architect & Planner, Chennai

Ar. Riddhima Sharma, Design Researcher & Writer, New York

Ar. Pappal Suneja, Design Researcher & Writer, Germany

PRIZES

Winning Prizes for the Competition are

Citation (A set of mentioned Books):

- The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman

- The Future of Architecture in 100 Buildings: TED Series by Mark Kushner

- ‘Myriad Disciplines of Architectural Writing’ by Pappal Suneja

-  Bauhaus Dessau Booklets

Special Mention (A set of mentioned Books):

- How to Think Like Da Vinci by Daniel Smith

- Mandala Art: Colouring Book

- ‘Poetry & Architecture’, Series (18-19) curated by Pappal Suneja

- Bauhaus Dessau Booklets

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