RA LEGO architecture challenge at home

21 June 2020

10:00 -17:00

Join the RA LEGO® Architecture Challenge from home this year! Architects, aspiring architects and those up for some fun are invited to construct the most innovative and imaginative ‘places for people’ and share them with us digitally.

For the 7th year running, we are hosting our annual LEGO challenge, as part of the London Festival of Architecture and its theme of “Architecture and Power”. This year instead of architecture practices battling it out to win everyone can partake by photographing and sending us their creations digitally.

The brief
We want you to think about the idea of “places for people” and how buildings positively shape our daily experiences. What spaces make you feel happy, are they private, public, in the city or outside it? What makes a good public place, that is welcoming for all? You might want to create an environment to live, work, play or explore.

Your creations can be any size you wish and the buildings themselves can range in scale – from whole cities to a one-room creation. You can use your house, garden, or street as part of the scene or as a prop.

Feel free to work alone or in teams, often the best proposals come when we work together. You may even want to communicate digitally with your friends and family and create something which is greater than the sum of its parts.

How to enter
Share your creations on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #RALegoChallenge or tagging us on @architecture_RA, between 10am – 5pm on Sunday 21 June and keep an eye out for the announcement of the winners on Monday. For the architecture practices taking part, please submit through your practice social accounts so we can identify you.

We have five LEGO London Skylines as prizes awarded for the best submissions – one given out to an architectural practice who submits under their practice name and prizes awarded to the wider public.

Judging criteria
★ Imaginative ideas
★ Use of location
★ Innovative approaches to construction
★ Fun

Judges include Rok Zgalin Kobe, Designer of LEGO Architecture.

Supported by LEGO

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