Pro-Tem Civic Trust Award
Established in 2013, the Pro-Tem Civic Trust Awards scheme is open to receive applications from temporary structures and installations.
This is quite a departure for the Civic Trust Awards, which since 1959, have rewarded longevity and permanence.
Temporary installations can make a surprising impact in regenerating areas which often need a quick win to energise their communities and establish a profile.
In these austere economic times, the potency of these installations is significant and worthy of record.
The Pro-Tem Civic Trust Awards scheme is open to entries and we would like to encourage you to submit your temporary projects to us for consideration.
Recent winners include;
- Hackney Bridge by Turner Works
- Serpentine Pavilion 2017, Westminster by Francis Kéré
- Blue House Yard, Haringey by Jan Kattein Architects
- Dulwich Pavilion, Southwark by IF_DO
- Serpentine Pavilion 2016, London by BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group
- The Observatory, Winchester by FCB Studios
- UK Pavilion Milan Expo by Wolfgang Buttress and BDP
- Maggie's Merseyside at Clatterbridge,Wirral by Carmody Groarke
- Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red by Paul Cummins with Tower of London
- The Shed, City of London by Haworth Tompkins