CALL FOR MATERIALS: NEXT MOVE

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Location: Conceptual
Categories: Idea, Research, Public Infrastructure, Public Space, Mobility
Submission deadline: May 30, 2022, at 11:59 PM
Language: English
Organizers: Non-Architecture

 

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Introduction: Non Architecture Competitions aims to find unconventional and unexplored design solutions in the field of architecture. The second phase of competitions is structured in 9+1 themes: a Research Ecosystem with the purpose of exploring each theme from different perspectives. All competitions have their focus on tackling the big issues of tomorrow, by seeking nontraditional approaches in the architect’s work.

Summary: We are publishing one book for each theme of competitions where we will compile the best projects but also a series of material that talks about each topic, a Research Ecosystem to create an ongoing conversation.

Theme Four closed on 15 April and the projects from the winners, honorable mentions, and editorial picks of the three competitions (SPACECRAFT DESIGN, STREET OF TOMORROW, and HONG KONG DRONE PORT) will be included in the book. This call for materials has the purpose to collect relevant contributions regarding this topic and necessary for the book on Next Move.

The aim of the Next Move set of competitions was to develop design proposals that explore this theme from different perspectives.

The call for materials defines the field of interest of Into the Wild and produces a context in which to situate contributions.
Contributions can be uploaded in the form of:
+ ESSAY: a brief composition that describes, clarifies, argues, or analyzes a subject.
+ INFOGRAPHIC: a visual representation of information or data, e.g. as a chart or diagram.
+ PHOTO ESSAY: an account of something told predominantly through photographs, with some accompanying text.
+ ILLUSTRATION(S): a visualization or a depiction of a subject, such as a drawing, sketch, painting, or another kind of image, using a graphical representation.

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