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Home Futura – Visualize the home of the future

Home Futura – Visualize the home of the future

PREMISE
The thought of a home has been pushed and pulled throughout the history of time and is still being in a shift today. What it clearly indicates the definition is more of an idea that is malleable and changes for everyone. A residence and a home may be synonymous but not the same, A house and a home are synonymous but not the same. The idea of home changes from the place, people, culture, time, social conditions, and countless other aspects. However between these entities it designers and architects continue to define and redefine it. Home while representing a plurality of ideas, its impact on the end-user is extremely profound. As these times of distancing, our homes are the most permanent element in our lives and continues to influence lives much much more. It is the first and the most fundamental exercises served to architecture students even today and is a great playground to discus our belief of this pluralistic thought and its trends.

BRIEF
The design challenge is simple, show us what is home is to you? Use any mediums, video, images, drawings, sketches, models, paintings – and communicate what dwelling means to you and the client you designed it for. The design outcome shall include images 3-4 images, & a small concept statement of what the idea for the home is to you and how it is translated into the built form. The challenge is open for all architects, architecture students, interior designers, interior architects, visualizers, draftsmen, and creatives globally. What do you believe will be the changed/adapted/transformed definition of home?

OBJECTIVE
Define: The first objective is to frame what is home to you in words and articulate it to define and disseminate its meaning.
Represent: Visually reflect this definition into images depicting your idea and feel of a home.

SITE
The site can be in any city of any scale in the world or can be entirely abstract. There is no constraint to the area, family size, or functions for this competition.

HOW TO SUBMIT?
Read all the competition rules and details from the sidebar, and hit register. You can pay the entry fee and book your registration right away. The additional resources directly unlock as soon as you register on your dashboard. Once you are ready with your project – begin uploading from the dashboard and follow this tutorial to submit. You can add your team members to your project while submitting it.

RULES
You have to deliver an architectural outcome on the following site, based on the given outlines.
• Recommended number of sheets/presentation images/boards:
3 (Three) of size [ 2800px x 3500px ] in portrait digital format (JPEG only).
Minimum 3 (Three) & No maximum sheet limit. Each image should be less than 15MB. (Do not submit PNG format)Minimum requisite submissions are sheets/boards + Cover image containing:
• Site plan (Compulsory)
• Key conceptual sections x 1 (Minimum)
• 3D views x 4• Additional cover image of 2000px x 1000px
• Write an article/story in the Journal section# of the project (of about 700-1000 words) answering the questions given in the Additional Resources.#Journal Section appears midway in the project submission portal. More instructions in the additional resources.

JUDGING CRITERIA & JUDGES
The entries will be judged by an international jury of the competition on the following criteria:
Presentation: The fundamental to a good entry is a visual delivery of ideas.
Concept/Idea: Quality of thought and intent in the pre-design phase.
Spaces/Programme: How the spaces are calculated and ordered.
Design Outcome The final architectural outcome of the solution.
The judging panel can also add other criteria based on their internal discussions – which will be in line with the problem statement. Participants are advised to fulfill the above-given criteria first in their design. Names of the jury panel will be announced soon.


Short Description

The design challenge is simple, show us what is home is to you? Use any mediums, video, images, drawings, sketches, models, paintings – and communicate what dwelling means to you and the client you designed it for. The design outcome shall include images 3-4 images, & a small concept statement of what the idea for the home is to you and how it is translated into the built form.




Organizer

Graphis

Link to Competition

Link to Registration form

Prizes

First Prize: 3800$ (For students and professionals)
Runner Up: 6 x 1000$ (For students and professionals)
People’s Choice: 4 x 350$ (Open for all
)Honorable Mention x 12: 400$ Each

Type of Competition

Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)

Who can Participate

The challenge is open for all architects, architecture students, interior designers, interior architects, visualizers, draftsmen, and creatives globally.
The competitions are open for students and professionals from all the disciplines of design.+ The team limit for this competition is 4 members maximum per team.+ You can register more than one team but they have to be registered separately. + Ensure that the final sheets submitted do not include your name or any other mark of identification. + Your submission is linked to your UNI user account which stands as your identification.

Dates and Time Frame

Registration Opens October 4, 2020
Registration Closes October 30, 2020
Deadline to Submit Project December 1, 2020
Winners announcement Date January 28, 2021

Languages

English, Other

Location of Competition

Worldwide

Location of Project (if developed)

Worldwide

Additional Information

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