Competition: Dezeen has teamed up with London’s Royal Academy of Arts to offer readers the likelihood to win two pairs of tickets to the RA’s sold-out lecture with Bjarke Ingels.
Ingels, the founder of Danish firm Large, will current an overview of his design philosophy and projects – such as the underground Danish Maritime Museum (pictured best) – for the Royal Academy’s Annual Architecture Lecture.
Portrait of Bjarke Ingels by Steve Benisty
At forty, he will be the youngest architect to deliver the lecture in its 25-year history. Past participants have integrated Norman Foster, Hans Hollein, Alvaro Siza, Peter Zumthor, Frank Gehry, Renzo Piano, Elizabeth Diller of Diller, Scofidio + Renfro, and Rem Koolhaas.
Tickets went on sale in May and have already sold out. Dezeen is the media spouse for this year’s lecture, and is offering two readers the likelihood to win a pair of tickets for the occasion.
The lecture will take area on Monday 13 July in the RA’s Primary Galleries from 6.45 – 8pm, as element of the artwork institution’s Summer season Exhibition.
Competition closes 3 July 2015. Two winners will be picked at random and notified by email, and winners’ names will be published at the top of this webpage. Dezeen competitions are worldwide and entries are accepted from readers in any nation. Winners need to offer their personal travel and accommodation.