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In a forward-looking and advancing society, it is critical that we anticipate our needs of tomorrow.
With the needs of each individual dweller, the needs of the specific community and the needs of society as a whole – how do we envision the living of tomorrow? How would one as a visionary designer, craft the structure and space that would meet the needs of tomorrow. And how would the design be resilient through the years?
By “future proofing”, we can predict the way we live, work, play and interact with the environment in the coming years. Thus, it is paramount for designers to take into consideration and fully immerse themselves in the social, economic and environmental context of the future dwellers in its entirety.
Each time and space has its own wonders and great structures to capture moments from the conceptual stages envisioned by the designer. We also need to be cognisant that whilst creating purposeful ‘brick-and-mortar’ designs, we would always be reminded to incorporate and subsequently build the ‘heart-and-soul’ elements into the project intent.
As a designer for tomorrow, envision the pattern of future spaces be it a workplace, living space or public space. Take into consideration the activities that will shape the lifestyle and movements of the citizens of the tomorrow, then craft purposeful spaces that fits into your vision of what future living is all about. Preserve your very own persona while foretelling the fundamental needs of tomorrow’s society via your design.
Demonstrate your vision and foresight in helping the people of tomorrow live in an optimized yet comfortable space. Let your artwork and design concept statement go hand-in-hand in bringing to life the tomorrow’s that you envisaged.
You For Tomorrow
Below 30,000 sq ft
Diploma Year 2 Students and onwards.
1 Project ONLY
All entry submissions need to include existing site photos (if applicable)
Your write-up will be the first component on the presentation board to be reviewed by our judges. Refer here for full requirements.
Climate, Energy & Water
Demonstrate the optimal use of energy and other resources to reduce load, increase efficiency, and utilise renewable energy resources.
Building Material & Ecological Environment
Demonstrate the use of eco-friendly materials and construction techniques aimed to reduce environmental pollution.
Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ)
The IEQ of a building can make an impact on its occupants’ well-being. A sustainable building will maximise the use of natural lighting and ventilation, as much as the building typology and other site-specific conditions allow.
Green Innovation Practice
The design should include both passive design strategies and active systems (if applicable) that are cost-effective throughout the building’s lifespan, while requiring less maintenance, less resources, and fewer chemicals.
Design must be appropriate for their intended use and have a positive impact on the community.
Appropriate design and planning of individual spaces that suit their specific needs, emphasising on anthropometric and ergonomic principles.
Redefinition of Space
The design idea must be innovative and beneficial to the users and the public.
An innovative design that creates hope for a better tomorrow and becomes the ideal model for others to follow.
Create a harmonious colour palette and balance between the colours.
Ensure that the colours work together in highlighting the design elements.
Implement creative use of colours to produce a prominent design.
Does your design portray originality in its execution?
Does your design offer practicality and have the ability to drive commercial value?
Does your design facilitate the ease of use for its inhabitants?
Does your design process the ability to transcend time?
Does your design successfully fulfil a need? Is it purposeful?
Does your design cater to the surrounding communities' needs?
Is your design made up of sustainable and eco-friendly elements which help preserve the wonders and beauty of Mother Earth?