Designing Buildings Wiki have joined forces with BSRIA to launch a new competition looking for fresh and innovative ideas in response to the question: How can tomorrow's challenges be met by today's buildings?
The competition, which is open to students and professionals from all disciplines, is seeking original ideas for design solutions to the future trends that will affect the built environment.
It asks the question; how can buildings be designed today to ensure they are resilient to the changes they will face tomorrow?
Ideas could relate to:
- Urbanisation and demographics.
- Climate change.
- Digital technologies.
- Energy and efficiency.
- Health and wellbeing.
- And more...
We are looking for ideas, so they don't have to be long answers, but answers should be made up of two parts:
- Identify a significant future challenge.
- Offer a design solution for how that challenge could be tackled in today's buildings.
The winner will receive £500 worth of BSRIA membership, training or publications, and along with 4 runners-up, will be featured in BSRIA's Delta T magazine and on Designing Buildings Wiki.
Download the information related to this competition here.
TitleCall for Entries: Tomorrow's Challenges in Today's Buildings
TypeCompetition Announcement (Ideas)
Submission Deadline02/11/2017 00:00