Designing the Future Contest

Deadline: 31 August 2014
Open to: graduate students, architects, engineers and designers
Prize: cash prizes of EUR 5,600, EUR 2,800 and EUR 1,400

Description

Marlegno Prefabricated Wooden Buildings, in collaboration with the Association of Architects of Bergamo, would like to announce the sponsorship of an international contest to design prefabricated wooden single family homes.

  1. The design must optimize the prefabrication and standardization in order to obtain different architectural solutions, starting from a few basic elements/modules;
  2. The units shall have a total area of approximately 100 square meters, which can be also developed on one or more levels;
  3. Participants must design the house considering the landscape, climate and culture to the country they represent.

Eligibility

The contest is open to graduate students, architects, engineers and designers. Groups can participate but must nominate a single representative. Each participant is permitted to submit a single project.

Prize

  1. First place: EUR 5,600
  2. Second place: EUR 2,800
  3. Third place: EUR 1,400

The prize ceremony will be celebrated at the conference hall of Marlegno, Italy on October 11, 2014 at 10.00 a.m. The first 50 projects will be exhibited at Marlegno exhibition hall until 31 October 31, 2014.

Application

In order to participate the following documents must be submitted at the same time:

  1. Registration form;
  2. Project work.

All documents must be received by midnight of August 31, 2014 at the following email address: [email protected]

For further information visit the official website HERE.

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