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You are required to demonstrate and showcase elements of good designs and how it can benefit its users. “CONVERGE: Pushing the Reset Button” is about bringing different aspects of life and letting it live through your design.
How can we design a future where people can learn to live in unison with nature? Just like how through the pandemic, mother nature thrives in the absence of human destruction, how can good design promote a collaborative relationship between people and nature?
Your interior design proposal should portray an interior environment with the potential to better the lives of its users or inhabitants, both practically and psychologically. You should demonstrate a way of looking at all possibilities for improvement and inspiring people within a spatial context.
CONVERGE: Pushing the Reset Button
less than 30,000 sq ft
Young interior design professionals in their first year and above and enrolled in an interior design or other relevant courses at an educational institution at the time of submission.
At least 3, but not more than 5 A2 sized sheets are to be submitted as soft copies in pdf format. Your submission must meet the following criteria:
Maitri Shah for Community library
Does your design successfully fulfill a need or solve a problem?
Does your design offer originality in its execution?
Does your design facilitate better functionality and purpose for its inhabitants or visitors on a human scale?
Could your design be implemented using processes, materials and technologies available or in development today?
Is your design able to deliver and demonstrate commercial or social values?
Does your design maximise or leverage tech-enabled connectivity and/or intelligence?
Does your design comprise sustainable and eco-friendly elements which help preserve the natural environment?
Does your design contribute not only to its users, but also the communities that surround it?
Will your design stand the test of time, from both an aesthetic and a physical perspective?