Calling all budding young artists and architects
16th April 2020
Savills has launched a competition for all the budding young artists and architects who find themselves stuck indoors this month. The Savills Little Architects competition invites children to grab their tools, pencils, paint brushes and crayons and let their imaginations run wild to create their dream home.
There is an entry for different age groups and each has two categories: entrants can either draw or paint their creation or make a model out of any materials they have at home. The age categories are split into five years and under (little engineers), 6-10 years (junior builders) and 11-14 years (senior architects).
Each category and age group will have its own winner and two runners up. Winners will receive a £50 Hobbycraft voucher, while runners up will get a £25 Hobbycraft voucher.
Cameron Ewer Head of Savills Residential in Scotland comments: "To enter, budding young artists and architects simply need to take a really smart photo of their creations and email them to email@example.com with their name, age, where they're from and the category they are entering before the closing date of 23 April 2020.
"We have a wonderful line up of judges who are tasked with finding the very best artistic young people out there. They are Anne Ashworth, property and financial journalist and broadcaster and former editor of The Times Bricks and Mortar; Johnny Messum, founder of Messums Art Galleries; and Alison Parkhouse from Savills. There will also be another chance to win in a People's Choice award voted on by the public so those wanting to vote should keep an eye on our social media platforms for their chance to judge the artwork."
The winning creations will be shared with the world via the Savills website alongside the firm's Instagram and Twitter feeds. Terms and conditions can be found on the Savills website
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