Radical Design Project
Floating hotels? Houses under bridges? Plug and play retail? Detachable aircraft pods?! Alternative Transportation? Do you think of crazy (read: ridiculous)ideas but brush them off?DON’T!If you love radicaldisruptions in the built environment, this project is for you. The Radical Design Project (RDP) is intended to be a collection of innovative ideas that trigger design thinking and, hopefully, generate freshperspectives forthe built environment.
ArcDeck.net is invitingentriesforRDP from creatives, students, architects, designers and anyone related to the real estate / building industry. The proposals should include innovative, original, previously unpublishedideas or concepts that might seem impossible but interesting. The intent is to push the envelope and generate design dialogue about design thinking. Note that these are *not* meant for realization.
Show us your creativity! Submit a proposal or project with a topic and site (real or hypothetical)of your choosing anywhere in the world. We’re looking for radical, crazy and downright ridiculous design ideas that challenge the status quo in the built environment.The proposals should be prepared on 1 (one) A1 size sheet in PDF format (landscape orientation)and an optional supporting write-up of maximum 500 words in word document (.doc)format. Do not include any images in the word document. Do not send image files.Use graphics, sketches, 3D renders, picture collages or any other medium you are comfortable with.
SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS + DEADLINES
1 (one) A1size PDF format sheet (landscape orientation) with file size<10 MB
max. 500 word write-up in .doc format (no images in word document)
March 30th, 2020
Queries and responses:
until June 15th, 2020
11:59 ET on June 30th, 2020
Top 3 entries will receive 50% discount vouchers towards registration fees for our next competition. Also, top 10entries will be featured on our website and social media handles (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram) with credits to the author.Selected othersmay be a part of an online publication to be published at a later date.