AURAL ARCHITECTURE -
Can Music guide your design?
Registration deadline: 7th July 2022
AR (advanced registration): 8TH March 2022 – 22RD March 2022
ER(early registration): 24TH March 2022 – 7TH April 2022
SRL1 (standard registration level 1):8TH April 2022 – 23RD April 2022
SRL2 (standard registration level 2): 24TH April 2022 – 7TH May 2022
SRL3 (standard registration level 3): 8TH May 2022 – 23RD May 2022
SRL4 (standard registration level 4): 24TH May 2022 – 7TH June 2022
LR (late registration): 8TH June 2022 – 23RD June 2022
CR(countdown registration): 24TH June 2022 – 7TH July 2022
Submission deadline: 15th July 2022
Result Announcement: 5th September 2022
Participants will be notified in case of an update in the timeline.
SOUND TO SPACE -
Using the sense of sound to design architectural space, depicting emotions and humanising the habitable volume encompassed by walls. Use your auditory sense to develop abstract architectural space which exhibits an emotion of itself.
Download the music pieces from here: https://www.artuminate.com/annual-competition/aural_architecture
The process of designing is as follows:
Listen to the music pieces.
Select any one of the four music pieces.
Analyze the music and understand the emotion.
Word those emotions to further translate it into architectural space.
It could be any type of structure or installation
Be able to encompass a volume that depicts your understanding of the emotion in the music.
“I’ve seen miracles happen with sound.”
– Tom Kenyon
Design an abstract architectural space influenced by sound.
Keywords: Aural, Music, Architectural Space
Aural: relating to ear or sense of hearing.
Music: vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion..
Architectural Space: Space expresses something invisible and intangible to the design in terms of shape, colours & material.
“To hear a sound is to see a space.”
– Louis I Kahn.
GUIDELINES / RULES
Please mention the name (Artist’s name) in your description file of the music piece you select for the design description.
You have to design an architectural space that interprets the music piece.
The two words to remember ‘Sound & Space
Drawing requirements: Conceptual (Priority), Plans, Sections, Elevations, Views.
Support your design with all possible explanations, (Formats that are accepted: Text, Video, Audio, and the most obvious drawings)
The reasoning for every space that has been designed.
*It is a sound to space competition, so do not hesitate to ask questions in case of doubts email us at email@example.com
(Subject: AUA- Query | Body: Your query)
This competition is open to all the designers and design student.
We welcome architecture university students to participate as representatives for their university and spread the word among their fellow students.
*To know more about being representatives and benefits contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org (email subject: Representative volunteer)
Presentation Board (Min. 02 Max. 05 no | size: A1 Landscape format)
Text Summary (Min. 300 words)
Download the submission folder (A zip folder).
Upload all the requirements in the designated folder and rename the folders as mentioned on the info card in the folder.
Rename the folder with your participation code.
Upload the folder to google drive/dropbox
Email the link in the format mentioned below:
Email address: email@example.com
Email Subject: AUAR_your code (example: OFG_XX_XXX_2202_US)
*Do not ask any queries on firstname.lastname@example.org, email all your queries to email@example.com.
News announcement on global platforms (platforms partnered with us - Global exposure.)
Design feature on our platform
Exclusive Interview in both text & video format (Video feature on our home page)
Certificate of achievement will be awarded to our winners / honorable mentions & a participation certificate to all our participants
PUBLICATION OF ARTICLE / DESIGN
Design/article feature on our partnering platform.
JURY CRITS / COMMENTS ON YOUR ENTRY WITH DETAILS
Comments from our jurors for improvement and appreciation.