|Category||Idea Competition / Open to Students|
|Type||International, Idea, Students and Age Restriction, Single-Stage, Anonymous|
|Genre||Architecture, Furniture, Landscape, Urban|
|RegDeadline||9 October 2010 GoogleCal iCal|
|25 October 2010 (via Online) GoogleCal|
|Eligibility||All students of all nationalities studying or recent graduates (max.2007)|
Acabion stands for evolution, innovation, sustainability, research and humanity. Acabion Architecture focuses on highly performative design inspired by nature, technology and the basics of living. We are looking at design proposals which do not impose but value our basic human desires now and in future., we think evolutionary and not revolutionary. Therefore we are looking at contributions using software packages that take into account issues such as environmental powers, swarm intelligence, parametrics beauty and culture specific wisdom. We welcome all contributions subscribing to those parameters.
- 1. Infrastructural Design:
Berlin, London, Hongkong, Dubai, New York, Moskau or Europa, UAE, Russia, China, the choice is yours. Please state if you are looning at a city, country or continent, or the connections. We love the idea of around the world in 2 hours.
- 2. Architecture: Hub, Technology Development Centre, Hotel, Gebäude, Residential, Façade design
- 3. Landscape Architecture: How does an Acabion Skyway integrate into nature?
- 4. Acabion Interior / street furniture: Hotel rooms, information boards, furniture
- 5. Technology and Ecoperformance: Material Technology, architectural design according to environmental and swarm context
- 6. Fashion and Accessories: Clothing, luggage, Accessories
- 7. Design Strategies:
How to design a sustainable Acabion world. Does Acabion Architecture require new forms of communication for design? Who will be involved and how? Drawings and diagrams are welcome.
Liss C. Werner, Architect, Tactile Architecture
Dr. Ing. Peter Maskus, Acabion
Dipl. Ing. Lenka Mikova, MIKOVA SYSTEMS GmbH
Dipl. Kaufm. Roland Heß, Werkstatt für Innovation
Daniel Dendra, Another Architect, Berlin /Moskau
Bettina Vismann, Architect
The First 3 winners: the opportunity to continue working with the Acabion21 Team and Tactile Architecture, 300 EUR to cover travel costs
Honorable mentions: exhibition
There is no official fee but we ask for a donation of 15,00€ to cover basic costs.
One poster with the dimensions 594 x 841 cm (A1)
Workshop in Berlin – ODC (Open Design City), Berlin: 10.10.2010
Jury Awards made public: 01.11.2010
Posters must be received by Tactile Architecture: 10.11.2010
Public exhibition opening and reception: 19.11.2010
Exhibition closing: 09.11.2010