Writing prize: The architecture of health

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02 September 2015
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The Phil Gusack Writing Prize 2016 is for essays that explore good design for health ...
The Phil Gusack Writing Prize 2016 is for essays that explore good design for health
The award, now in its second year, is a memorial to Phil Gusack, an active and valued member of Architects for Health, who died in 2011.
The winner will receive £500 and their essay will be published in the RIBA Journal. Shortlisted entries will be published on the AfH website.
The competition is for essays no longer than 2,000 words that demonstrate how good design for health can, and should, happen.
Essays may be critical, fantastical, take the form of a blog, story, critique or polemic, but should not be a survey, a descriptive process or a building study. Architects are strongly discouraged from writing about their own building projects.
The closing date is 5 November.


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