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AR Pop-up deadline extended to December 12

The Architectural Review is seeking inspiring temporary structures from the past five years - enter now for a chance to win £3k prize

From temporary pavilions to art installations and public interventions, The Architectural Review is seeking the world’s best pop-up architecture. The projects may be gone, but the AR wants to make sure they’re not forgotten.

Pop-up! will be considering the design ingenuity and impact of temporary structures during their lifetime, and seeking fun and fantastic examples of interim architecture. The winner will be featured in the AR in print and take home the £3,000 prize, while the shortlist will form part of a wider online discussion about excellence in the type.

Pop-ups must have been designed and built to last for less than 10 years. The project may be still standing or already dismantled. Enter by 12 December.

For more details, please visit the entry portal: