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Class of 2020: open call to share your student or graduate projects

Do you have an end of year project you would like us to showcase? RIBA Future Architects wants to highlight student work as a celebration of the class of 2020.

30 July 2020

We know this year has been particularly challenging for architecture students and graduates. With teaching moving online and some degree shows no longer taking place, academic institutions have had to get creative for their end of year showcases.

Despite these challenges many universities have successfully presented their degree shows digitally, and we’ve seen a wide range of excellent project work from across the UK.

RIBA Future Architects wants to provide a space to showcase the best up-and-coming student and graduate work and celebrate the resilient and creative class of 2020.

Jospeh Chapman, University of Sheffield MArch - 'Sacred Landscapes'

Do you have an end of year project you would like to share?

We’re looking for student and graduate work to showcase this summer across the RIBA’s social media accounts and the RIBA Future Architects hub.

How to submit your work

Submissions email:

Please submit no more than four images of your project, resized to 1080 x 1080px.


  • Your name
  • Your educational institution and course
  • Your RIBA Membership status
  • A short description of your project and your project title
  • Any social media accounts you would like us to tag

Submissions are open to UK and international students and recent graduates.

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RIBA Future Architects is our network and community for future and emerging architects, designed to support, inspire and provide a voice as you transition from study to practice.

From our guide to degree shows to resources including podcasts, vlogs and digital guides, our network is designed to help you reach your full potential and prepare you for working life.

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