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Integrated Habitat Design Competition

Integrated Habitat Design Competition

Integrated habitat design ensures that development maintains the health of the natural systems that we all depend on. The focus of the IHDC competition is to ensure that working with nature, adapting to climate change and enhancing biodiversity is integral to the design of new urban, suburban and rural built developments.

Submissions can be for any built environment design project in an urban, suburban or rural location, of any size, anywhere in the UK and must take into account each of the Design Criteria (Ecosystem Services, Nature, Water, Energy & low-carbon, Livability, Economics).

Designs can be for new-builds, retro-fits, open spaces, public spaces, transitional-spaces, residential, commercial, mixed-use, brown-field etc. Seen at Death by Architecture. For more information, visit the competition’s official website.

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "Integrated Habitat Design Competition" 12 May 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/59819/integrated-habitat-design-competition> ISSN 0719-8884
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