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The “Remote Work Cabin” is a design competition developed to explore the creative potential of architectural design through one of the most iconic architectural drawings: the axonometric projection. The aim of the “Remote Work Cabin” competition is to develop one drawing to communicate an architectural design.

Participants are asked to create a design concept around the theme of nature and remote work. This time we challenge our designers to bring people back to nature, by designing a cabin as their ideal workplace in a natural environment. Designers are free to explore in a critical way the different interpretations of such topics, from practical approaches to more dystopian/utopian scenarios. No specific site is given.

This is a competition where you develop your skills as a communicator, designer, and space thinker.

We are not interested in the construction details, we want to see the space organization. The drawing can highlight functional aspects of the building, showing a deep understanding of one or more design aspects. It can focus on the aesthetic qualities, showing space configuration and specific project characteristics, or it can only display structural elements and overall massing. The elements shown in the entry are flexible and adaptable to the participants’ interpretation. The entry is completely flexible and adaptable to the participant’s perception.


Non Architecture Competitions are open to all human beings, from every age and cultural background, working in groups or individually. The registration fee is paid per team, regardless of how many members form it. Personal information of all the team members can be uploaded during the submission procedure of the final drawing.


  • Gain experience and recognition, request a participation certificate, and post it on your Linkedin or CV!
  • Design a new puzzle piece to be added to your Portfolio or Behance page, keep developing your assets!
  • Give space to your creativity by solving a given challenge, it is satisfying!
  • Get to know better your team or your own design-thinking skills, it is fun!