Last Submission Date: November 23, 2021
Last Registration Date: November 22, 2021
Country: Weimar, Germany
Type: Open CompetitionMore Specs
Design brief for the “Baus-Stop” design challenge looks at manifesting Bauhaus design principles on a bus stop.
How can Bauhaus make our lives relevant and artsy while being feasibly functional? How can we as designers communicate the essence of this movement? Can this style be used to design small-scale public entities? How will it be helpful in creating successful public spaces? While the principles of the movement are universal, how can the design be made context relevant?
Bus stops are usually engineering solutions that seldom invest themselves in reinventing their design. How can Bauhaus help us change that?
The goal is to design a bus stop that stands as an example of how Bauhaus can weigh in, in changing the public space design game. It should create a balance between its design goals and functional aspects, in a way that resonates with the movement’s ideas. The final outcome should stand as a memoir of the movement and its influences on today’s time.
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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.
Registration Deadline: November 22, 2021
Submission Deadline: November 23, 2021
Winner Announcement: January 22, 2021
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