2020 IIDA Student Design Competition now is over!
International Interior Design Association (IIDA) has announced its 2020 IIDA Student Design Competition, celebrating the talent and fresh design ideas of interior design students throughout the world who are currently enrolled in an interior design program or institution.
New edition of IIDA Student Design Competition has been recently announced for entries, organised by International Interior Design Association (IIDA) celebrates the talent and fresh design ideas of interior design students throughout the world who are currently enrolled in an interior design program or institution. The competition provides emerging professionals the opportunity to showcase their work and gain exposure in the interior design industry.
2020 DESIGN PROBLEMA - A physician’s group that specializes in gastroenterology will be constructing a 12,540-square-foot digestive health clinic within a new medical office building (MOB) in Scottsdale, Arizona. This clinic will specialize in preventing, diagnosing, and treating digestive and liver disorders such as celiac disease, Crohn’s disease, acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome, hepatitis, and cirrhosis. The clinic goal is to advance the delivery of care for patients suffering from all digestive health conditions. Guidelines:
The 2020 IIDA Student Design Competition invites you to design the digestive health clinic. The space plan should include all program requirements such as waiting areas, exam rooms, offices, and an infusion therapy suite. The design should facilitate increased efficiency for physicians and create a seamless patient experience through thoughtful use of architecture, interior design and space planning strategies. A spa-like feel and amenities seen in hospitality are instrumental in creating a sense of calmness and well-being. The new facility should be flexible and allow for growth due to the changing landscape of healthcare from volume-based care to value-based care.
① project/contact info, participant name(s), member ID (if a current member), project title, contact info, 500-word project description outlining why your concept demonstrates the best solution for the Digestive Health Clinic.
② 1 x 24’ x 36’ digital presentation board in PDF format, file size between 3MB and 10MB, containing:
• 1 x dimensioned floor plan drawn to scale,
• 1 x furniture and materials plan,
• You may combine the dimensioned floor plan and furniture plans,
• 1 x reflected ceiling plan, created with the assumption that the ceiling is a blank slate,
• 2 to 4 renderings of the completed space,
• 2 x additional drawings of the space, which can be an elevation, perspective, isometric, axonometric, or orthographic drawing.
③ Individual JPG file submissions of the 10 to 12 required drawings/renderings outlined above saved as JPG format, in • RGB, 8.5’ x 11’ minimum dimensions, 150 dpi minimum resolution (300 dpi preferred)
, file size need to be between 1MB and 10MB, file name: SDC + initials + year_number (SDCLHH2020_1.jpg).
School projects already completed may be reinterpreted and/or edited to meet the requirements of this competition. If the school project was completed as a group, all members must agree in writing to enter the reinterpreted and/or edited project, and all members must be listed as participants on the entry form.
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will be selected by a jury of interior design and business professionals.
• Innovation and creativity: 20%
• Coherence and functionality: 20%
• Human and environmental impact: 20%
• Fulfillment of the program requirements and additional contributions above and beyond the basic program: 20%
• Presentation: 20%
Winners will be announced in the Spring 2020 issue of QUAD, the IIDA student newsletter, and featured in DesignMatters and on the IIDA website.
Individual Entries Fee
• IIDA Student Members: 25 USD
• Non-members: 50 USD
Team Entries Fee
• IIDA Student Members: 40 USD (at least one student on the team must be an IIDA Member)
• Non-members: 80 USD
Who can participate? ⇣
The 2020 IIDA Student Design Competition is open to students around the world who are currently enrolled at an interior design program or institution. Participants can enter individually or as a team with a maximum of 5 people.