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Bubble Design Competitions has unveiled the winners of their inaugural international competition,  challenging teams to “Eliminate Loneliness Through Design.” Organized in response to the global crisis of loneliness and isolation in the modern age, the competition aimed to demonstrate the power of architecture and design to tackle society’s pressing issues. The three winners, seven honorable mentions, and thirty finalists range radically in scale and approach, from a strategic infill scheme in Tokyo to an initiative that uses recycled plastic modules to activate public squares. The winning schemes were judged by an international jury including Anna Blinova (Art Director, VIGO), Craig Martin (Professor of Architecture, University of Central Lancashire & Associate Professor Climate Design TU Delft), Rob Roggema (Professor of Sustainable Spatial Transformations at the Knowledge Centre NoorderRuimte, Hanze University Groningen), and Tom Jefferies (Professor of Architecture, Manchester School of Architecture). View more View full description
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