Baus-Stop: Bauhaus Themed Bus Stop Design Challenge
This design challenge looks at manifesting Bauhaus design principles on a bus stop. The goal is to design a bus stop that stands as an example of how Bauhaus can weigh in, in changing the public space design game. The bus stop should create a balance between its design goals and functional aspects, in a way that resonates with the movement’s ideas. The final outcome should stand as a memoir of the movement and its influence today.
Weimar, is a German city rich in cultural heritage and history. The city was ground zero for the Bauhaus movement and provides a rightful location for a memoir. The site is located in the heart of the city and can be accessed from the Belvedere Allee road on the opposite side of the Bauhaus school, frequented by students and the residents.
Minimum 3 sheets/presentation images/boards, size [2800px x 3500px] in portrait digital format (JPEG only). No maximum sheet limit. Each image should be less than 15MB.
Cover image containing:
- Site plan
- 1 x Key concept section
- 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 guide.
- The competition is open for students and professionals from all disciplines of design.
- The team limit for this competition is 4 members maximum.
- You can register more than one team but they have to be registered separately.