Blank Space and the National Building Museum have announced the winners of the fifth annual 'Fairy Tales' competition. With submissions from over 65 countries, the award-winning entries explore current events and the creative process through wonderfully crafted short stories and artwork.
The winners were chosen by a jury of more than 20 leading architects, designers and storytellers, including Daniel Libeskind, Bjarke Ingels, Jenny Sabin, Cornelia Funke, Maria Aiolova and Roman Mars, among many other distinguished judges.
"Over the past five years, the Fairy Tales architecture competition has captured the imagination of thousands of participants from around the world - from students and aspiring architects to multinational firms and Pritzker prize-winning architects," said Francesca Giuliani, a co-founder of Blank Space. "The competition has become a repository for the social and environmental issues that are at the forefront of architects' minds and captures the most pressing themes in highly imaginative and sometimes provocative ways."
Image: Louis Liu and Senyao Wei
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