Competition launched after Belfast fire

Belfast Primark Bank Buildings on fire earlier this month

Young architects targeted by RSUA

The Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA) has launched a design competition for young architects to come up with ideas responding to the fire that devastated Belfast’s famous Primark building.

The #MyBelfastIdeacompetition is looking for architects in the early stages of their careers to generate ideas for a temporary intervention to the built environment along Royal Avenue which will attract people to the surrounding area and benefit the city centre.

The deadline is October 12. The winner will be announced at the RSUA’s annual Architecture Night on October 19.

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