Saturday, 17 March 2018
International Design Competition | The following Student Design and Architecture Competition is held by FINSA in February - May 2018. FINSA was a pioneer in the manufacture of particleboard and MDF on the Iberian Peninsula. In this year FINSA held IFA or International Finsa Award for Students of Architecture & Design. This award is aimed to encourage and challenge students to explore and redesign the use of wood and other ecological and recyclable materials in construction. The award considers the work of both teachers and students, all of whom will be acknowledged and awarded.
DEADLINE: May 1, 2018
THE AWARD: The International Finsa Award for Students of Architecture & Design 2018 aims to encourage and challenge students to explore and redesign the use of wood and other ecological and recyclable materials in construction. We believe that the future in construction should continue developing this way and know it is possible to achieve. The award considers the work of both teachers and students, all of whom will be acknowledged and awarded.
2018 EDITION: For this year's edition, the social trend of the interaction between children and the elderly is our new focus. We are challenging students and teachers with the task of creating a space where both social groups can spend the day; in essence, turning it into a kindergarten for the children and a day care centre for the elderly! We want students to be creative in designing this multi-purpose space.
To all those with doubts about the location of the project: You can choose the location you want, or maybe design something adaptable to several ones. Just please design it cost-efficient accordingly. We understand that a design that needs to handle extreme weathers or situations will cost more, but a more expensive design could be more cost-efficient depending on the circumstances that you would explain in the submission of your project.
The jury panel is intentionally all-female to celebrate women in positions of leadership in the construction industry. They will assess all the received projects according to the rules and differentiating between innovation feature and overall design.
Immy Kaur, Amy Martin and Beatrice De Carli will judge the innovation, while Rachel Haugh, Susan Le Good, Daisy Froud and Cristina Diaz will team up to judge the overall winner.
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