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Just a quick reminder that the Early Bird Discount for the WAN AWARDS Colour in Architecture 2011 is still available...but only until 30 September!

There is still time to register your entry before the discount period expires – you don’t need to send your projects straight away – just send your completed entry to us by the 31 October deadline.

Click HERE for all the information you need on making an entry.

To find out more contact Amy Knight on +44 (0)207 332 0050 or by email at amy.knight@wantoday.com

Thanks and kind regards,
The WAN AWARDS Team
Judges
THE JUDGES (from left to right)

Michael Graves is credited with broadening the role of the architect in society and raising public interest in good design as essential to the quality of everyday life. A native of Indianapolis, Graves received his architectural training at the University of Cincinnati and Harvard University. In 1960, he won the Rome Prize and studied at the American Academy in Rome, of which he is now a Trustee. Graves has received 12 honorary doctorates and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as well as a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects.

Jonathan Falkingham is chief executive and co-founder of Urban Splash, the award-winning regeneration company established in 1993. Since then, Jonathan has been a pioneer of unique design and overseen the transformation of big projects ranging from Fort Dunlop to his own award-shortlisted house in Liverpool.

Emmanuelle Moureaux is a French architect and designer residing in Tokyo since 1996, and established emmanuelle moureaux architecture + design in 2003. Inspired by traditional Japanese sliding screens, Emmanuelle has created the concept of ‘shikiri’, which literally means ‘dividing (creating) space with colours.’ She has won a series of awards for her work including the International Architecture Award in 2011.

Frances Tobin is a design and colour consultant working in many areas of design including fashion, interiors and architecture. She advises on consumer trends in colour, the effects of colours and their appropriate use and developing colour palettes for fashion collections, product ranges and the built environment. Her priority is to use colour appropriately, in harmony with the building and its surroundings, enhancing our experience of the total environment.

Main image: Australian Technical College. Architect: Spowers. Image credit: Dianna Snape