Kudos to former Rowell Brokaw designer, Jerome Tryon who was part of the winning design team in the 2016 Fairy Tales Architecture Competition.
Created by Blank Space, the international contest invites architects, artists, and writers to pen their own architectural fairy tale narrative. Blank Space is an online platform for architecture founded in 2013 by Matthew Hoffman and Francesca Giuliani. Blank Space works to provide new opportunities such as competitions, for design to engage the public.
The jury selected three prize winners along with 10 honorable mentions.
The competition has grown rapidly over the past three years. This year's competition received more than 1,500 entries from 67 countries making this year the largest pool of submissions in the competition's history.