Results Announcement Date:
October 1, 2023
Dora Otano, Nicolle Leon Mata Lilyana Schilling
Yiwei Shi, Nuo Xu
Sylvana Kam, Jayden Chi-Yuen Chan
Yu Wen Ng
Minimalism in architecture is a philosophy that liberates us from the visual noise and clutter that extravagant designs often impose on our living spaces. At its core, it seeks to promote the appreciation of space, fostering an atmosphere of peace and tranquillity for those who inhabit these spaces. The Minimal Dwelling, in particular, invites us to explore the boundaries of simplicity and to rediscover the essence of what it means to call a place ‘home.’
This competition was conceived with the aspiration of unravelling the profound truth embodied in the phrase “Less is more.” It challenged participants to embark on an extraordinary journey of experimentation, to conceive and craft the most simplistic architectural designs capable of providing a dignified and comfortable living experience.
The response to this competition has been remarkable, with talented individuals from around the world contributing their creative interpretations of minimalism in residential design.
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The Gentle LightFirst PlaceCaio SimonettiBrazil
FD flexible and deformed . . . HOUSESecond PlaceDingxuan ChenChina
The Time LoopThird PlaceDora Otano, Nicolle . . . Leon Mata Lilyana SchillingU.S.
The Moving HouseSpecial MentionMrunal Khandare, . . . Atharva VelhalIndia
Living Via ViewingHonorable MentionYiwei Shi, Nuo XuChina
ZenHonorable MentionSylvana Kam, Jayden . . . Chi-Yuen ChanCanada
Ambiguous HouseHonorable MentionYu Wen NgSingapore
The EdgeHonorable MentionJian LiangU.S.