Non Architecture Competition: REMOTE WORK CABIN now is over!
Non Architecture (NonA) recently has announced its international architecture design competition titled “Remote Work Cabin”, developed to explore the creative potential of architectural design through one of the most iconic architectural drawings: the axonometric projection.
The “Remote Work Cabin”, organised by Non-Architecture is a design competition developed to explore the creative potential of architectural design through one of the most iconic architectural drawings: the axonometric projection.
The aim is to develop one drawing to communicate an architectural design.
Participants are asked to create a design concept around the theme of nature and remote work.
This time organiser challenge designers to bring people back to nature, by
Designers are free to explore in a critical way the different interpretations of such topics, from practical approaches to more dystopian/utopian scenarios. No specific site is given.
What they are looking for?
Organiser is not interested in the construction details, they want to see the space organization.
The drawing can highlight functional aspects of the building, showing a deep understanding of one or more design aspects. It can focus on the aesthetic qualities, showing space configuration and specific project characteristics, or it can only display structural elements and overall massing. The elements shown in the entry are flexible and adaptable to the participants’ interpretation.
➜ Effective communication of the design qualities through the drawing.
➜ Originality of the architectural design.
➜ Relevance to the building function addressed by the competition.
The winner will be announced between 12 - 16 July, 2021.
Non Architecture Competition: REMOTE WORK CABIN - Entry fees
Entry fee starts from 40 € during the Special registration period (01 - 14 May), after that period ends the amount of the entry fee will increase.
Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually. Teams can be formed by a maximum number of 4 people.
There will be only one winner that will receive 1.000 euros, and 7 honourable mentions.
The winner and the honourable mentions will be published in the Non Architecture Competitions book and website and reviewed in digital magazines and several architecture blogs.
There will be assigned (up to 36 prizes) as well and the finalist will be published in the Non Architecture Journal.
The organization will establish additional special prizes and awards during the competition development and in the evaluation phase.