Rising Stars 2019: Entries have closed

RIBAJ, in association with Origin, is on the hunt for construction’s Rising Stars, those reaching for the sky in architecture and the built environment

Do you think strategically, push materials to the limits and design better ways of working and building? If so, we want to hear from you.

Last year our stellar judges identified nine of the most talented, socially aware, promising practitioners of the rising generation to join the third cohort of RIBAJ Rising Stars. They are social warriors, layering extra curricula activities on top of practice – from building apps to becoming a mindfulness practitioner or finding situation-changing solutions to homelessness.

Stand tall. Talent should be recognised. Put yourself forward or nominate your colleagues and collaborators now

Thousands of architects, clients and influencers have seen the Rising Stars’ stories here in RIBA Journal, on ribaj.com and through our social media channels, giving the talents of those Rising Stars a boost for the coming years. This year it could be you or someone you work with.

Deadline Extended: 23.59 Friday 13 September 2019 

Winners will be profiled in the RIBA Journal and on ribaj.com, and invited to an exclusive Class of 2019 party and round table.


Judges:

Louise Wyman, director of design and development, West Midlands Combined Authority

Sarah Prichard, UK MD, Buro Happold

Kieren Majhail, Rising Star 2018 
and architect associate, BDP

Simon Henley, principal, Henley Halebrown

Peter Morris, founding partner 
and managing director, AHMM

Eleanor Young, executive editor, RIBA Journal


To read about the judges’ early experiences and hear from our previous Rising Stars visit https://www.ribaj.com/risingstars

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