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Open Call: inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award

  • 19:30 - 4 May, 2017
Open Call: inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award
Open Call: inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award, inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award Poster (credits: Green Lines Institute)
inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award Poster (credits: Green Lines Institute)

Green Lines Institute and the Corpo Nacional de Escutas (CNE), the major Scouts association in Portugal launched an International Competition open to Architecture students from all over the world.

InShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award aims to receive architectural proposals for 2 shelters/bird watching units that will be located in the future Scouts Eco-Camp of Barcelos, Portugal.

These units must comply with a set of principles in order to achieve the best sustainability performance, such as near zero environmental impacts, inclusivity, equity and preservation of natural species and cultural references.

Therefore, architecture students are challenged to create 2 modular lightweight units that should be innovative in their design and performance.

Download the information related to this competition here.

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Cite: "Open Call: inShelter SB-Lab + Students 2017 Award" 04 May 2017. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/870441/open-call-inshelter-sb-lab-plus-students-2017-award/> ISSN 0719-8884

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