ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOANALYSIS, LONDON11 February 2016
THE PROJECT WILL HELP OVERHAUL A NUMBER OF FACILITIES INCLUDING THE 150 SEATER ‘SIGMUND FREUD ROOM’ LECTURE THEATRE, NEW RECEPTION AREAS AND ARCHIVE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE SHIRLAND ROAD HEADQUARTERS.
The project is expected to be complete with the next 18 months and is hoped to encourage more people in studying psychoanalysis.
According to the brief: ‘We want the overall aesthetic of our building to reflect the seriousness of what we do, without being stuffy or elitist, and to exemplify the high standards our members demand.
‘It will need to capture the importance of our history, of which we are very proud, whilst clearly demonstrating that we are a forward-looking organisation, which is not obsessed with the past, but rather emphasises progression to a bright future.’
Aimed at emerging practices, the competition is only open to AF members established in the past decade.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on 19 February.
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