This morning we're proud to announce the winner of the Airplot Contest - our competition to find the ideal structure to fortify the Airplot so that, if the police come to turf us out, we can peacefully resist them. There were two categories - one for architects and architecture students to come up with some practical solutions for how we can defend the land, and the other open to everyone to let their imaginations off the leash.
We asked for an exemplary piece of sustainable design: a practical solution with cultural and aesthetic power to match the depth and importance of what’s at stake. We haven’t been disappointed...
You can come and see the best designs at the public exhibition, which takes place at the Bargehouse Gallery on London's South Bank from 2-6 June.
Her's a sneak preview of the winning design, Groundswell by Lukas Barry and Alastair Parvin, architecture graduates and designers working in London. You can see it in greater detail, together with some of the best shortlisted entries, over on our Flickr site.