In-Between: The Afterlife Terminal now is over!
The Big Thing recently has launched a new Architecture & Design Competition 'In-Between: The Afterlife Terminal' that explores a fictional typology of architecture based on the designer’s imagination and visual realization of Un-Built environments.
The competition "In-Between: The Afterlife Terminal" explores a fictional typology of architecture based on the designer’s imagination and visual realization of Un-Built environments.
The competition focuses on a non-denominational space for all souls, where they are assigned their places in either heaven or hell. According to widely common views in various cultures, heaven and hell are essentially deserved compensation for the kind of earthly lives we live.
The idea proposes an imaginative typology of a terminal space that permits the transfer of souls to either heaven or hell. The design concept explores various different theories of philosophy and expresses it through proposing a creation of an imaginative typology for all belief systems that serves as an arrival space for all souls before they embark on their journey of afterlife.
The basic premise is to imagine a terminal building that welcomes arrival of souls into the realm of afterlife and then their further transfer to either hell or heaven.
➜ design concept and translation
➜ evolutaion of typology
➜ understanding of breif
➜ the big-factor - display of exceptional creativity in the design form
The competition is open to all (Students and Professionals); Architects, Designers, Visualizers and all prospective candidates, irrespective of their professions or qualifications, to join the competition and present their ideas.
Top 3 entries will win cash prizes worth 2000$ + Publication + Certificate.
All Wining & Top 30 Entries Will Be Published On TBT And All International Social Handles, Platforms & Magazines Partnered By TBT
Entry fee starts from 30$ (per team for Foreign Nationals) and INR 1200 (per team for Indian Nationals) during the Early bird registration. After that period ends the amount of entry fee will increase.