Winter pavilion London
The competition is open to everyone in the world (architects, students, engineers etc.). You can participate individually or in a team. A team can have a maximum of three members only.
Standard registration: - 1st September 2020 - 31st October 2020
•For foreign nationals: 60 EUR + Taxes (per team)
•For Indian nationals: 1800 INR + Taxes (per team)
Late registration: - 1st November 2020 – 29th November 2020
•For foreign nationals: 80 EUR + Taxes (per team)
•For Indian nationals: 2100 INR + Taxes (per team)
Submission deadline: 30th November 2020
Result: 25th - 28th December 2020
As the old saying goes, “To appreciate the beauty of a snowflake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.”
The white and grey hues of the winter canvas, the fluffy cold snow, the misty fog, the naked trees and glistening icicles hanging off them are a magical masterpiece by nature itself. The puritanical quality and serenity of the winter landscape is so immersive and ethereal that it can have healing effects on one’s body and soul. The carnival-esque atmosphere during Christmas or Hanukkah, the beautifully decorated streetscape, the rumbling bonfires, the smell of mulled wine to people carving figurines/snowmen, sledding or casually skating on the sheath of ice are a sight to cherish and enjoy. Winter shouldn’t be an introverted time of the year. Rather, its beauty should be admired and celebrated by all of us.
One of the greatest living cities of the planet, London has had the biggest global influence on the socio-cultural landscape of the world. It’s a city that never stops or sleeps. London winters are a magical sight with a frozen Thames, snow capped monuments, decorated streetscapes filled with people and a fuzzy feeling around the city. Hyde Park is one of the largest parks in London, England, and one of the nine Royal Parks in the city.
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