Swift Origamitecture : Paper powered architecture ideas

Swift Origamitecture : Paper powered architecture ideas

最高獎金:250(USD)

報名時間:2020-10-10 ~ 2021-03-01

主辦單位:UNIEGIS NETWORK PRIVATE LIMITED

報名截止/Registration:2020.3.1

提交截止/Submission:2021.3.2

參賽資格/Eligibility:

無資格限制

Swift Origamitecture : Paper powered architecture ideas

競賽背景 / Competition background

從童年到大學( 特別是對於建築師 )而言,摺紙一直是探索的舞台。摺紙正在用紙尋找第三維,這個想法將2D轉換為3D。這是在3D維度上描繪建築並適應當今的物理模型的第一種方法。但是,儘管摺紙很舊,但仍然是探索3D創意的一種有趣方式。論文的結構形式允許以可負擔的方式以3D方式探索板的幾何形狀。

儘管建築的金標準正朝著計算機驅動的工具邁進,但回顧我們的過去始終是重新定位我們為人們提供更好建築環境的道路的好主意。您將如何設計一張用最少的裁縫和最大的創造力的紙制建築概念?

競賽內容 / Competition content

概念:用上述圖紙限制開發和摺紙概念

空間:在草圖,平面圖,視圖中識別和製作內部和外部空間的程度如何?

創新:您如何綜合固有摺紙的結構質量來創建靜態和動態空間?

可視化:整個方案以視覺方式交付以清晰地傳達您的想法的程度。

該站點可以位於世界上任何規模的任何城市,或者理想情況下可以在飛機地面上進行。摺紙的規模可以根據訪問者的數量來設想,並且將由參與者對他們如何很好地執行這些想法的理由來驅動。

參賽資格 / Competition background

競賽無資格限制

日程安排 / COMPETITION SCHEDULE

  • 2021年3月1日15:00 GMT:常規註冊結束
  • 2021年3月2日,格林尼治標準時間15:00:提交結束
  • 2021年3月17日,格林威治標準時間15:00:入圍名單已公佈
  • 2021年3月23日,格林威治標準時間15:00:陪審團評估開始
  • 2021年3月23日,格林威治標準時間15:00:公開投票開始
  • 2021年4月16日15:00 GMT:評審團評審結束
  • 2021年4月17日15:00 GMT:公開投票結束
  • 2021年4月29日15:00 GMT:結果公告

獎項設置 / AWARDS

優勝者:250美元現金+獎盃和證書製作+出版物+徽章


Swift Origamitecture Paper powered architecture ideas

PREMISE

Origami continues to be an arena of exploration right from childhood to college ( especially for architects ). Origami is finding the third dimension with paper, an idea that converts 2D to 3D. This is one of the first ways architecture was portrayed in the 3D dimension, adapted into physical models as we know today. However, despite being old, origami is still a fun way to explore 3D ideas.

The structural form of papers allows exploring plate geometry in 3D in affordable ways. While the gold standard in architecture is moving towards computer-driven tools, a look back to our past is always a great idea to re-anchor to our path for delivering a better-built environment to people. How will you devise an architecture concept with a sheet of paper with minimum cuts and maximum creativity?

THE OUTLINE

The task is simple, create a building concept from a limited piece of paper, explain concept floor plans and spaces within them. The design challenge looks at developing an architectural concept on the given function and synthesizing spaces, plans, concepts within them.

Only digital technologies permitted are clicking pictures using cameras, scanning, and printing them ( and uploading them on UNI ). Take pictures of the paper architecture model based on the design problem, set a scale, and draw its views with a sharpie or a marker. If you are using drawings ensure that they are either sketched, drafted hand-drawn.

THE PROBLEM

The design challenge is to build a flea market and exhibition space for the arts and crafts made by local craftsmen in the city of your residence. The centre would be able to host 100 visitors and space for setting up flea markets. The scale of the competition and the site area is unrestrained. However, the design shall be made by only two A3 sheets of paper ( less the better ) and pieces of it with minimal adhesive/cutting.

OBJECTIVES

Concept: Develop and origami concept with the above-said sheet limit

Spaces: How well the spaces inside and outside are identified and crafted in sketches, plans, views?

Innovation: How well do you synthesize the structural qualities of the inherent origami to create static and dynamic spaces?

Visualization: How well the entire scheme is delivered visually to deliver your ideas clearly.

SITE

The site can be in any city of any scale in the world or ideally hypothetical on a plane ground. The scale of the origami piece can be conceived based on the number of visitors and it will be driven by participant’s justification to how well they execute these ideas.

HOW TO SUBMIT

Read all the competition rules and details from the sidebar, and hit register. You can pay the entry fee and book your registration right away. The additional resources directly unlock as soon as you register on your dashboard. Once you are ready with your project – begin uploading from the dashboard and follow this tutorial to submit. You can add your team members to your project while submitting it.

RULES

You have to deliver an architectural outcome on the following site, based on the given outlines.

  • Recommended number of sheets/presentation images/boards: 3 ( Three ) of size [ 2800px x 3500px ] in portrait digital format ( JPEG only ).
    Minimum 3 ( Three ) & No maximum sheet limit. Each image should be less than 15MB. ( Do not submit PNG format )
    Minimum requisite submissions are sheets/boards + Cover image containing:
  • Site plan ( Compulsory )
  • Key conceptual sections x 1 ( Minimum )
  • 3D views x 4
  • Additional cover image of 2000px x 1000px
  • Write an article/story in the Journal section# of the project ( of about 700-1000 words ) answering the questions given in the Additional Resources.

#Journal Section appears midway in the project submission portal. More instructions in the additional resources.

RESOURCES

This competition contains additional resources that contain a set of files useful to complete the competition submission. This folder is made available on your profile dashboard automatically as soon as you register.

This additional resources folder of this competition contains: Submission Format files in PSD | AI | InDD & Guide to Journal Section + Questions

Learn more on https://uni.xyz/competitions/origamitecture/info/about

BASE RULES

+ The competition is open for students and professionals from all the disciplines of design.

+ The team limit for this competition is 4 members maximum per team.

+ You can register more than one team but they have to be registered separately.

+ Ensure that the final sheets submitted do not include your name or any other mark of identification.

+ Your submission is linked to your UNI user account which stands as your identification.

+ This is a design ideas challenge only. There is no built commission/realization associated with the problem.

+ In case of publication in the yearbook we will reach out separately for selected entries.

PRO TIPS

+ Use exploded views to discuss multi-leveled conceptual models better.

+ Mention sheet number on the corner of every sheet.

+ Plagiarism of any idea/form/design/image will be disqualified with a notice.

+ All the sheets or images will be viewed on a digital device. e.g. Laptop screen or projector. Uploaded sheets or images will not be physically printed for evaluation. The submission hence should be prepared for digital viewing only.

+ Submit JPEG images only. ( PNG will not function )

JUDGING CRITERIA & JUDGES

The entries will be judged by an international jury of the competition on the following criteria:

Presentation: The fundamental to a good entry is a visual delivery of ideas.

Concept/Idea: Quality of thought and intent in the pre-design phase.

Spaces/Programme: How the spaces are calculated and ordered.

Design Outcome The final architectural outcome of the solution.

The judging panel can also add other criteria based on their internal discussions – which will be in line with the problem statement. Participants are advised to fulfill the above-given criteria first in their design. Names of the jury panel will be announced soon.

YEARBOOK

Winners of this competition will get annually published with us in our e-yearbook and annual publications.

Prizes / Deadlines / Registration

For complete information on active prizes and details on the entry fee, visit the Awards & Fees section of the competition here:- Awards&Fees

Learn more about this competition – schedule – prizes here: http://uni.xyz/competitions/origamitecture/info/about

Rules

ELIGIBILITY

  • Minimum eligible age for participation is 18 years.
  • There is no restriction on the degree of design disciplines to participate in the challenge.
  • Participation in the competition can happen in a team as well as an individual.
  • Maximum numbers of participants in a team are 4
  • The challenge is open worldwide for anyone to participate.
  • A student is someone who is currently enrolled in a full-time graduate/undergraduate program at a university anywhere in the world. We will need proof of identity upon the result declaration. The proof of identity should clearly state that you were enrolled in the institution at the time of registration. You may also produce a bonafide/authorized certificate from the institution as a proof of identity.
  • All the participants who do not belong to the student category will be considered as a professional.
  • Institutional access is a program for students only if they are participating in the competition as a group of 20 people and want to submit 5-20 entries together. Institutional access has to be done in the guidance of a mentor/professor.
  • Students are allowed to involve one mentor/professor/guide in their team provided the mentor has been authorized via a bonafide certificate of the University.
  • A team with even one professional will be considered as a professional entry.

GUIDELINES

You have to deliver an architectural outcome on the following site, based on the given outlines.

• Recommended number of sheets/presentation images/boards: 3 ( Three ) of size [ 2800px x 3500px ] in portrait digital format ( JPEG only ).

Minimum 3 ( Three ) & No maximum sheet limit. Each image should be less than 15MB. ( Do not submit PNG format )

Minimum requisite submissions are sheets/boards + Cover image containing:

• Site plan ( Compulsory )
• Key conceptual sections x 1 ( Minimum )
• 3D views x 4
• Additional cover image of 2000px x 1000px
• Write an article/story in the Journal section# of the project ( of about 700-1000 words ) answering the questions given in the Additional Resources.

#Journal Section appears midway in the project submission portal. More instructions in the additional resources.

BASE RULES:

+ The competition is open for students and professionals from all the disciplines of design.
+ The team limit for this competition is 4 members maximum per team.
+ You can register more than one team but they have to be registered separately.
+ Ensure that the final sheets submitted do not include your name or any other mark of identification.
+ Your submission is linked to your UNI user account which stands as your identification.
+ This is design ideas challenge only. There is no built commission/realization associated with the problem.
+ In case of publication in the yearbook we will reach out separately for selected entries.

PRO TIPS:

+ Use exploded views to discuss multi-levelled conceptual models better.
+ Mention sheet number on the corner of every sheet.
+ Plagiarism of any idea/form/design/image will be disqualified with a notice.
+ All the sheets or images will be viewed on a digital device. e.g. Laptop screen or projector. Uploaded sheets or images will not be physically printed for evaluation. The submission hence should be prepared for digital viewing only.
+ Submit JPEG images only. ( PNG will not function )

RESOURCES:

This competition contains additional resources that contain a set of files useful to complete the competition submission. This folder is made available on your profile dashboard automatically as soon as you register.

This additional resources folder of this competition contains: Submission Format files in PSD | AI | InDD & Guide to Journal Section + Questions

JUDGING CRITERIA & JUDGES

The entries will be judged by an international jury of the competition on the following criteria:

Presentation: The fundamental to a good entry is a visual delivery of ideas.
Concept/Idea: Quality of thought and intent in the pre-design phase.
Spaces/Programme: How the spaces are calculated and ordered.
Design Outcome: The final architectural outcome of the solution.

The judging panel can also add other criteria based on their internal discussions – which will be in line with the problem statement. Participants are advised to fulfil above given criteria first in their design. Names of the jury panel will be announced soon.

HOW TO SUBMIT

Read all the competition rules and details from the sidebar, and hit register. You can pay the entry fee and book your registration right away. The additional resources directly unlock as soon as you register on your dashboard.

Once you are ready with your project – begin uploading from the dashboard and follow this tutorial to submit. You can add your team members to your project while submitting.

VOTING RULES

  • People’s Choice Award is applicable to all the participants.
  • The People’s choice award will be given on the basis of a project ( in either student or professional category as per the award list ) with most votes.
  • You can begin receiving votes on the project as soon as you upload your entry.
  • The voting will close as per the date mentioned in the schedule of the competition page. Any votes coming after this date/time will be not counted in the final calculation.
  • You can share your project on social media/messaging platforms apart from UNI as well.
  • Creating fraudulent/fake/bot/impersonating accounts to increase public votes will be considered as unfair means and may lead to disqualification with a notice.

AWARDS & FEES

The fee to participate grows based on the number of registrations received. Similarly, the prize money proportionally grows with rising participating entries. A total of 500 entries will be accepted in the competition till the last deadline. If the competition reaches a total registered entry of 500, then the participation process will be closed at a total prize pool of 24,000 USD.

This implies, the sooner you register, the less you will pay as fees. The number of teams you will compete with, the higher the amount of prize you will be entitled to receive.

SCHEDULE

  • Oct 10, 2020 15:00 GMT – Early registration starts
  • Oct 31, 2020 15:00 GMT – Early registration ends
  • Oct 31, 2020 15:00 GMT – Regular registration starts
  • Mar 1, 2021 15:00 GMT – Regular registration ends
  • Mar 2, 2021 15:00 GMT – Submission ends
  • Mar 17, 2021 15:00 GMT – Shortlisted entries announced
  • Mar 23, 2021 15:00 GMT – Jury evaluation starts
  • Mar 23, 2021 15:00 GMT – Public voting starts
  • Apr 16, 2021 15:00 GMT – Jury evaluation ends
  • Apr 17, 2021 15:00 GMT – Public voting ends
  • Apr 29, 2021 15:00 GMT – Result announcement

JURY

David Brill

Origami artist and landscape painter, David Brill, United Kingdom

David Brill ( UK, b.1948 ) first began to fold paper as a child, attracted to origami as no equipment or special materials are needed to begin. While working away from home in the early 1970’s, he rediscovered origami, and soon after he joined the British Origami Society. He thus began his creative origami journey, finding friends almost everywhere. Even after decades of folding paper, he is still intrigued by the endless possibilities for the origami artist. He works in a wide range of origami subjects, including animals, geometrics, flexicubes, boxes and human figures. He was President of the British Origami Society from 2017 to 2020. He is the author of Brilliant Origami ( Japan Publications 1996 ). He is also an active painter, working frequently on landscape and still life motifs.

Michael LaFosse

Vice President, Origamido, United States

Michael G. LaFosse has been working for over forty years as an origami artist, papermaker and author. Trained as a biologist, he finds his strongest inspiration in the natural world preferring to study his subjects in their natural habitats. He credits the work of the late Japanese Origami Grand Master, Akira Yoshizawa, for leading the way by exploring nature and achieving creative expression in origami art. In 1996, Michael and Richard Alexander co-founded the Origamido Studio, a teaching center, gallery and origami design studio where they author publications of their original origami sculptures and make custom, handmade paper for each new creation. Their works have graced museums worldwide, including: Carrousel du Louvre in Paris; the Arizona–Sonora Desert Museum in Tucson, Arizona; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach, Florida; Hangar 7 ( Red Bull ) in Salzburg, Austria; Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts; Mingei Museum in San Diego, California; and at their own, Origami Do Experience—Waikiki. Current, traveling exhibitions include “Origami in the Garden.” Together, they have authored over 70 books and kits about origami and paper arts.

Paul Jackson

Freelance, Origami artist, Israel

Born near Leeds, England and Fine Art educated, Paul Jackson has been a professional paper artist, paper engineer, writer and teacher since 1983, specializing in origami and the folded arts. He was one of the first origami professionals in the West. He has written more than 40 books. His more recent books have been about the application of folding techniques into design, a subject he has taught in more than 80 Universities and Colleges in 13 countries, to Design Students of many disciplines. His 2011 book ‘Folding Techniques for Designers’ was a bestseller. He was one of the pioneers of folding/origami as Fine Art and has widely exhibited his folded artworks. He has also undertaken many commercial commissions for print, screen-based media, festivals and more, and has been a consultant for companies such as Siemens, Nike, Tetra-Pak and Tata. In 2000, he married the Israeli origami artist and educator, Miri Golan, founder of the Israeli Origami Center ( 1993 ) and moved to Israel. Miri and Paul have founded the Origametria programme of using origami to teach geometry. In 2018, Origametria was accepted by the Israeli Ministry of Education into the National Mathematics Curriculum and is studied weekly by 110,000+ children of Primary School age. In 2017, he was awarded the Sydney French Medal at the 50th Anniversary Convention of the British Origami Society, ‘in recognition of his outstanding contributions to origami’.

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