2020 PARAMETRIC IDEATION COMPETITION

2020 PARAMETRIC IDEATION COMPETITION

總獎金:5000(SGD)

最高獎金:3000(SGD)

報名時間:即日起 ~ 2020-12-31

主辦單位:ECOLABSMISTLETOE

主辦單位電話:+65-69082353

主辦單位Email:project-shea@ntu.edu.sg

類型/Type::概念項目

地點/Location:Singapore

功能/Program:社區規劃

報名截止/Registration:2020.12.31

提交截止/Submission:2020.12.31

參賽資格/Eligib

無資格限制

2020 PARAMETRIC IDEATION COMPETITION

競賽背景 / Competition background

世界上大約50%的人居住在城市,人口約70億。預計到2050年,這一比例將增加到大約75%。這意味著,到2050年,預計大多數居民將生活在城市地區。

城鎮化的好處非常明顯,城市不僅是歷史和文化中心,而且還是世界經濟熱點。但是,現代城市也存在許多問題。隨著當前城市的增長,對自然資源的競爭已上升到無法解釋的水平,導致全球資源短缺。快速的城市化導致對現有基礎設施和供應鏈的壓力增加,導致社會變革,例如缺乏凝聚力的社區。

這也正是該競賽所要關注的最重要的方面——重新設計社區的消費和生活模式,以使社區能夠自給自足和生態友好。這意味著要恢復橫向分工,重新點燃共享精神,從而形成社區生活文化。競賽的目標是通過提高資源配置效率,提高城市自立更生和恢復力的標準。

是時候重新設計我們的未來了!

競賽內容 / Competition content

參與者將選擇東南亞3000平方米的場地面積,並設計一個自給自足的社區,每個住宅單元不超過25平方米。住所將成為社區未來發展和繁榮的起點。鼓勵參與者使用開箱即用的概念來創建具有最大功能和最小佔用空間的資源豐富的空間。

居住單元應滿足以下要求:

每人最多25平方米的建築面積,並設有私人和額外的共享空間。

該設計可以滿足個人的個人需求( 休息,洗澡,烹飪和工作 )和社區需求( 互動 )。

便攜式且易於在現場組裝/構造,易於擴展( 模塊化 )到社區( 垂直或水平 )。

由環保和負擔得起的材料製成。

能夠將室內溫度保持在24到28攝氏度之間。

該設計在結構上可行,並且必須滿足當地的防風,防雷和防雨規範。

鼓勵參與者超越當前的可持續性標準進行思考,並通過集成系統方法使用以下提及的參數來設計住宅和社區。

住宅到社區一級的增長應設計成超越當前可持續性標準,並通過以下可持續性參數探索的全面解決方案:

日光,太陽能潛力,風能分析,能源,綠色空間,藍色空間,道路網絡和足跡,食物和彈性。

參賽資格 / Competition background

無資格限制

評委 / JURY

暫未公佈

日程安排 / COMPETITION SCHEDULE

截止日期為2020年12月31日,作品以電子郵件的形式發送至 project-shea@ntu.edu.sg

獎項設置 / AWARDS

學生類別–最高$ 3,000 SGD

開放類別–最高$ 2,000 SGD

提交要求 / SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS

提交內容必須包括:

系統圖紙和系統總體佈局

技術規格並符合新加坡相關標準

系統成本核算( 成本效益分析以及能源/水使用量的節省/減少 )

實施計畫和時間表

系統的主要優勢/價值主張


Shelter Challenge PARAMETRIC IDEATION COMPETITION 2020

Eco-Adobe – Shelter Open Call

The current scenario of punishing cycles of unpredictable natural calamities, overcrowded conditions or lack of access to land and affordable housing poses people the risk of living with a constant burden of uncertainty, stress and fear. The Eco-Abode shelter design challenge aims to address this situation and design a modular shelter that is affordable, compact, portable and promotes community living.

Challenge

The shelter design should consider the local context and growth from unit to community-scale specific to the Southeast Asian Climate. Create your own scalable, self-sustaining, modular Eco-Abode which focuses on human-cenctric design supported by technology. The requirements of the solutions are listed below.

Rewards

The chosen concept will be built at Jurong Innovation District ( JID ) in Singapore.

Eligibility

Open Category with proof of concept

Target Deployment

December 2020
June 2021
December 2021

Requirements

  • The design should be for 5 people with 20 sqm per person, with private and additional shared spaces
  • Meet the needs of the individual ( bath, cooking and work ) and the larger spatial needs of the community in terms of water, food and energy
  • Flexible and versatile living configurations and to accommodate the changing lifestyle of millennials
  • Responsible material sources with details of the life-cycle
  • Cost effective, climate-resistant and eco-friendly materials

Flat Pack Shelter System

  • Modular, scalable solution ( unit to community level ), with the provision for working and living full time for 5 days
  • Transportation & Weight Constraint
  • Able to fit into a 20′ truck and not exceeding 30kg per person
  • Assembly Time
  • 1 day for the outer skin and interiors with 2 adults of average fitness level
  • Indoor Thermal comfort
  • Maintain within the range of 24-28°C

Submission

Submit to project-shea@ntu.edu.sg

Submissions Must Include:

  • System drawings and overall layout of the system
  • Technical specifications and compliance with relevant Singapore standards
  • Costing of the systems ( Cost-benefit analysis and savings/reduction in energy/water usage )
  • Implementation plan and timeline
  • Key Advantages/ Value Proposition of system

INTRODUCTION

Cities are home to more than 50% of the world population, which is made up of about seven billion inhabitants. This figure is projected to increase significantly to about 75% by 2050. This means that the majority of inhabitants will be, predicted to live in urban areas by 2050.

The benefits of urbanisation are quite clear, with cities not only being historical and cultural hubs but also the world’s economic hotspots. However, there are also many problems associated with modern cities. With the current growth rate of cities, competition for natural resources has risen to unexplainable levels, resulting in a global resource shortage. Rapid urbanisation has led to increased stress on the existing infrastructures and supply chain, resulting in social changes such as lack of cohesive community.

This brings us to the most important aspect of this project – we aim to redesign the consumption and living patterns of communities to make them self-sustainable and eco-friendly. The implication is to restore the horizontal division of labour and rekindle the sharing spirit that leads to a culture of community living. By increasing the efficiency of resource allocation, we aim to raise the bar for self-sustenance and resilience of cities.

It’s time to redesign our future!

Let’s get Parametric!

The Parametric Design competition aims to challenge the pre-existing perceptions of designers by calling them to explore on innovative concepts and sustainable technologies.

The focus of the competition is to adopt a kaleidoscopic, parameter-based approach to conceptualise and design a sharing community for a better future.

Be the change maker and perceive the environment in an alternative way.

Competition Organisers

PRIZES

Student Category upto
$3000 SGD

Open Category upto
$2000 SGD

Verification and Certification

The winning design will be published on the Mistletoe-Ecolabs website and our local and international platform

Eligibility

  • English is to be used as the language of communication for all submissions.
  • All participants must accept the rules and regulations of the challenge.
  • If found to not be following the rules, participants may be disqualified.
  • Ecolabs reserves the right to modify the schedule of the challenge.
  • The challenge is open to all. No professional qualification is required.

Assesment

  • Modularity
  • Spatial Design – multi-functional use of the space
  • Sustainability targets – simulation and optimisation of parameters
  • Cityscape – unit growth to community level
  • Concept Innovation
  • Feasibility – buildability

CHALLENGE

Project Shea – The next Generation Civilisation Kit is a joint initiative by EcoLabs and Mistletoe Inc. to bring about a change in the design of future cities with the concept of sharing to sustain. Participants are invited to design using sustainable materials, a robust prototype of self-sufficient dwelling with the potential to expand into a modular community with sustainable materials where individuals can live, work, play and exchange ideas.

The lowest comprehensive compact spatial unit is 25sqm.

We encourage the use of an integrated systems approach, where the boundaries of existing technologies, innovative concepts, materials and ideas are challenged through the implementation of energy efficient technology, water systems, spatial planning and material resource usage.

Site

Participants are to choose a site area of 3,000 sqm in Southeast Asia and demonstrate the lowest or smallest dwelling unit, which is the starting point for a community to rise and flourish in the future. The core vision of the demonstration is to maximise the functional area within a minimum footprint by using out of box concepts to create resourceful spaces.

Dwelling Requirements

The requirements for the smallest dwelling unit are as follows:

  • Maximum of 25 sqm of floor area per person with private and additional shared space.
  • Design should cater to the individual’s personal needs ( resting, bathing, cooking and working ) and community requirements ( interacting ).
  • Portable and easy to assemble/construct on site, easily scalable ( modular ) to a community ( vertically or horizontally ).
  • Made of eco-friendly and affordable materials.
  • Able to maintain indoor temperature within the range of 24 – 28 degree Celsius.
  • Design to be structurally feasible and must satisfy local codes for wind, lightning and rainfall protection

The dwelling to community level growth shall be designed thinking beyond the current standards for sustainability, embracing a comprehensive solution, explored through the following sustainability parameters.

KEY DATES

Team Composition

A participating team can have a maximum of four participants and be able to defend technical and design queries.

Deadline

31 December 2020.
Shortlisted top 5 teams would be required to prepare a 15 min presentation.

Submission Requirements

All submissions are to be submitted online through given email, Project-Shea <project-shea@ntu.edu.sg>. Must include ( but not limited to ) floor plans, working files, 3d perspectives and montages showing innovative details and integrated aspects of design ( A1 – 4 sheets in reference format ) Written report should be a compilation of all the research material, process and references related to the process of the design proposal including the vision, objectives and the technical details of the proposal. Each report is of A-4 size ( 210×297 mm ), portrait orientation and must include the following:

Title of the design proposal

Name of school, team members and faculty supervisor

A detailed description of the project with a maximum of 3,000 words. Addressing the following aspects:
Sustainability ( including an explanation of how a sustainability parameter mentioned above is incorporated in the design proposal )
Technical aspect ( e.g., energy and water system ), construction and materiality.
Community Growth Demonstrate the growth from the lowest dwelling unit to a sharing community level.
Affordability Costing to demonstrate affordability.

Images, illustrations, tables, schemes and key drawings and other graphic information may be included in the report


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