Designers, artists and architects who have completed projects using glass have until the end of October to enter the Bombay Sapphire Prize 2007 - the world's richest international glass award.
The annual award has a £20,000 first prize - last year won by Jaume Plensa for his Crown Fountain in Chicago (above) - and a £5,000 prize for best newcomer. Previous winners include Paul Cocksedge and Thomas Heatherwick.
Shortlisted entries will be showcased in Milan during the international furniture fair in Aprl 2008, where the winners will also be announced.
The closing date for entries is 31 October 2007.
- Small house in Shinjuku by Junpei Nousak…u Architects
- Studio East Dining by Carmody Groarke
- Australian guesthouse by Whiting Archite…cts made up of staggered concrete and timber boxes
- Radiolaria pavilion by Shiro Studio
- Hungarian Cubes: the houses of post-war …communism photographed by Katharina Roters
- Messner Mountain Museum by EM2
- Giardino delle Vergini Installations by …Álvaro Siza and Eduardo Souto de Moura
- Pazo dos Deportes de Arteixo byJosé Ram…ón Garitaonaindía de Vera
- Sliced Porosity Block by Steven Holl Arc…hitects
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