Last Submission Date: December 28, 2021
Last Registration Date: December 27, 2021
Type: Open CompetitionMore Specs
The challenge “Ex-Space” is to design a utopian version of an exhibition space that can be used by digital content creators to display their artwork.
The model of virtual stores can be visualized for the benefit of digital artists and promotion of their work and prowess in both the virtual and real world.
The design will be a digital rendering of the designed space. It need not be completely possible, but rather exuberate fantasy and creative imagination. The participants must elaborate the idea as a fictional narrative rather than a proposal. The parallel universe can be inspired by the works of digital content creators all over the world.
The digital exhibition space must be restricted to a volume of 120 sq.m. The nature of spaces can be delegated by the participants but the justification of selected themes is essential. The amenities in the space rendering will be similar to exhibition spaces in reality such as seating arrangements, display cases for art, and so on.
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The competitions are open for students and professionals from all the disciplines of design.
This is a design idea challenge only. There is no built commission/realization associated with the problem.
Registration Deadline: December 27, 2021
Submission Deadline: December 28, 2021
Winner Announcement: February 24, 2022
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