Are you a brilliant designer looking for your big break? Do you have a studio full of unrealized drawings just waiting to see the light of day? Now is your chance to express your genius to the world through the Pamphlet 2005 Competition.

Founded in 1977 as an alternative to mainstream architectural publishing, Pamphlet Architecture encourages architects and writers to put forth their ideas, theories, and designs in modest, affordable booklets.

“Could your work spark the next generation of architectural discourse? We are seeking practicing or aspiring architects, urbanists, and landscape architects with visually provocative and intellectually compelling ideas for the future of the designed and built world.”

Princeton Architectural Press’ Pamphlet Architecture has helped launch the careers of architects like Zaha Hadid and Stephen Holl. You could be next!

Deadline for submission is October 10th.