Emotions on display
Registration deadline: 31stDec 2022
AR (advanced registration): 1st July 2022 – 15th July 2022
ER(early registration): 16th July 2022 – 31st July 2022
SRL1 (standard registration level 1): 1st August 2022 – 31stAugust 2022
SRL2 (standard registration level 2): 1st September 2022 – 30th September 2022
SRL3 (standard registration level 3): 1st October 2022 – 31stOctober 2022
SRL4 (standard registration level 4): 1st November 2022 – 30th November 2022
LR (late registration): 1st December 2022 – 15thDecember 2022
CR(countdown registration): 16th December 2022 – 31stDecember 2022
Submission deadline: 15th Jan 2023
Result Announcement: 25th Feb 2023
Participants will be notified in case of an update in the timeline.
Contemporary architecture has started to receive more accusations of emotional coldness, and restrictive aesthetics, distanced from humans and life (Pallasmaa, 2015).
An essential solution to improve the quality of life is to reconnect architecture with emotions and feelings. Architecture is the main element of our environment. Architecture has an impact on emotions followed by behaviour. As the architectural space changes, humans act, think, and feel differently. It is important to architect human emotions of positivity, to create an environment that reduces negative emotions.
Understanding the effectiveness of variations of environmental and design elements upon human emotions.
Helping the visitor to understand the impact of different architectural spaces on their mind, identifying with their emotions and what are the environmental changes that they require for their well-being.
• An experimental model of a museum that displays emotions
• Create spaces that evoke different emotions (Plutchik’s model of emotions)
• The user should be able to identify with the emotion that overpowers their mind, so it is important for the designer to design spaces that specifically evoke certain emotions.
• Give importance to the transition spaces from one emotion to another.
• Spaces can be created as individual emotions or functional spaces that depict a particular emotion.
• The sequence of the emotions matters so zone them thoughtfully.
• You have to design a museum – that displays emotions, eventually leading to healing the visitor’s mind.
Design elements that can be incorporated:
• Water elements
• Creating lively spaces
• Quality of Natural Light
• Psychology of colours
• Green elements
• Elements that improve the environmental temperature
• Noise level
• This competition is open to all.
• You can participate individually or as a team (Maximum 3 members in a team)
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• Presentation Board (Min. 02 Max. 05 no | size: A1 Landscape format) – JPEG /JPG. format
• Text Summary (Min. 300 words) – Docx./Docs. format
• BESPOKE MEDAL
The competition winner receives a bespoke medal as a token of appreciation.
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)
• ATTESTED CERTIFICATE
Certificate of achievement will be awarded to our winners / honourable 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
*All the certificates will be attested and e-format
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