The Architecture Foundation is offering its second residency programme in collaboration with AHMM to support young architects.
Running for six months from July 2022 to January 2023, the programme will provide free desk space and access to facilities and mentoring at AHMM’s White Collar Factory studio. Successful candidates will be selected by Simon Allford; Jasmin Yeo and Quincy Haynes, co-chairs of the Architecture Foundation's Young Trustees; and Ellis Woodman, Director of the Architecture Foundation.
Applicants must be based in London, have been set up within the last four years and employ no more than three members of staff. Submissions from practices led by individuals belonging to groups currently underrepresented in the architectural profession are particularly welcomed.
The Architecture Foundation leads debate and discussion of the role of architecture and architects, offering an accessible public programme that makes space for emerging architects, groups historically underrepresented in the profession, and representatives of a wide range of related disciplines. The residencies, which aim to support young practitioners at the start of their careers, are an important part of this mission. Last year’s resident cohort included Artefact, Fisher Cheng, Found Order, Madeleine Kessler Architecture, Urban Radicals, Wadhal, and Xcessive Aesthetics.
Find out more about this year’s residencies, including how to apply, here.
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