Room For All: Multipurpose Public Space Design

SAVE Room For All: Multipurpose Public Space Design

Last Submission Date: January 25, 2022

Last Registration Date: January 24, 2022

Language: English

Country: Birchington, United Kingdom

Prizes: 24,000$

Type: Open Competition

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About Competition

Brief: The aim of the competition “Room for All” is to create a public space that is used by a variety of people of the city for different public activities.

How can architecture innovate and bring together this phenomenon and generate a newly defined public space?

Can the change in the approach towards public space can help in creating a new public space design How can this integration be innovated through architectural solutions?

What design strategies will help in changing the perception and idea of public space and engagement?

The challenge is to create a hub through a combination of major public activities including theatre, lecture rooms, exhibition spaces; which are mainly focused on public engagement.

OBJECTIVE

  • Landmark: The visual impact must be exemplary with standout features.
  • Harmony: The design must establish some harmony or connection with the surroundings while having outstanding features.
  • Multi-functional: The public space must be flexible and customizable to be used for a variety of activities and performances.
  • Context: The design must respond to the (existing) site conditions. The wider socio-cultural, economic and environmental settings are to be considered in the design approach.

For more information visit the competition WEBSITE.

Requirements / Eligibility

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.

Submission / Key Dates

Registration Deadline: January 24, 2022
Submission Deadline: January 25, 2022
Winner Announcement: March 24, 2022

About the Organizer

Unfuse serves as a unit for Uni in the field of Architecture. It intends to break the fusion of traditional design barriers and methodologies by making it a platform for experimentation and conceptual exchange of ideas in architecture, urbanism, society, culture, and ecology. It is a research initiative dedicated to providing opportunities for designers from all domains to explore ideas that go beyond the boundaries of architectural discipline and enrich our built environment; thereby opening up possibilities for the promotion of architectural thought at a global level.

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