Quattro have sent in their second stage submission for the RIBA Competition ‘The Wall of Answered Prayer’ and will present their proposal next week in London, as one of the 4 remaining shortlisted schemes.
The RIBA Competition asked Architects to design a structure using a million bricks, each representing a story of answered prayer.
Quattro’s aim was to develop a soaring wall and a defined space, without creating a physical barrier.
Perceived as an ellipse or a circle, dependent on the angle of view, each one of these aspects lends themselves to being appreciated as an allegory responding to the visitor’s personal perspective.
As a circle, the shape can be perceived as the offering of a prayer, with the return of a supplied answer.
A public vote is currently being held to assist the final judging panel and closes on April 16th at noon. To vote for us please follow this link: surveymonkey.co.uk/r/W9GVKVK