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 [AC-CA] is an international architectural competition organiser focused on initiating progressive competitions with a number of cash prizes and publishing the winners.

Our competitions provoke, excite, inspire and stimulate creative ideas and innovation in architects and participants alike. We are a forward thinking and vibrant organisation who recognise the importance of giving people the opportunity to express their creative talent, vision and passion for great architecture.

INTRODUCTION
The Olympic Games sees the biggest and most prestigious sporting event in the world being staged for the unprecedented third time in London next year, thus making London the first city in the world to host the modern summer games for a third time.

London is the largest urban zone in the European Union with a cosmopolitan population of over 7.7 million residence. The London Games is being eagerly anticipated by millions of sporting fans around the world. The Games, which officially kicks off on the 27th July 2012 will see the arrival of world’s top athletes and their team officials representing various participating nations, international dignitaries, the Games officials and not to mention millions of supporters and fans.

AIM OF THIS COMPETITION
The aim of this International competition is to design a temporary, freestanding information pavilion within the world famous Trafalgar Square in the Heart of London during the 2012 Games. The competition hopes to achieve the following:

_Encourage and reward design excellence at a small scale which integrates function, structure, details
and the spirit of the games.
_Research, respond to and highlight the unique aspects of designing an information pavilion that will be used by visitors during the games.
_Encourage the employment of sustainable design in all aspects of the proposal.

COMPETITION STRUCTURE
This is a single stage Competition with the aim of identifing the most appropriate proposal, which best satisfies the general and specific objectives of the contest.

This is an open international competition hosted by [AC-CA] to generate progressive contemporary design ideas.
There are no plans for the Information Pavilion to be built for the Games.