EMOTIONS ON DISPLAY International Museum Design Competition is now open for entries!
EMOTIONS ON DISPLAY International Museum Design Competition: EMOTIONS ON DISPLAY International Museum Design Competition recently organized by Artuminate Competition with the aim to understand the effectiveness of variations of environmental and design elements upon human emotions.
EMOTIONS ON DISPLAY International Museum Design Competition was recently organized by Artuminate Competition with the aim to understand the effectiveness of variations of environmental and design elements upon human emotions.
Organizers this time are asking architecture enthusiasts to submit designs for a museum that helps to understand the impact of different architectural spaces on the human mind.
Reconnecting architecture with emotions and feelings can improve the quality of life.
Architecture has an impact on human emotions, followed by behavior. Humans act, think and feel differently with changes in architectural space. It is important to design spaces with positive emotions to create a comfortable and humanistic architectural space.
The aim of this competition is to help the visitor to understand the impact of different architectural spaces on their mind, identifying with their emotions and what are the environmental changes that they require for their well-being.
You have to design a museum that displays emotions, eventually leading to healing the visitor’s mind.
Additionally, organizers are expecting spaces where people can experience and identify their own emotions. Spaces can be created as individual emotions or functional spaces that depict a particular emotion. The sequence of the emotions matters so zone them thoughtfully.
Location can be hypothetical or real, choose wisely.
- Drawing requirements: Conceptual (Priority), Plans, Sections, Elevations, View, Presentation Board (Min. 02 Max. 05 no | size: A1 Landscape format) – JPEG /JPG. format
- Support your design with all possible explanations, (Formats that are accepted: Text, Video, Audio, and the most obvious drawings) – Text Summary (Min. 300 words) – Docx./Docs. format
- Conceptual development
- Design development
Results will be announced online on February 25th, 2023.
This competition is open to all. You can participate individually or as a team (max. 3 members in a team).
The competition winner receives a bespoke medal as a token of appreciation, a certificate of achievement, and an exclusive interview in both text & video format feature on the home page of the organizer.
Entry fee during the SRL3 (standard registration level 3) period (1st October 2022 – 31st October 2022) is $39 (INT) / ₹1500(IND). After that period ends the amount of the fee will increase.
Moreover, University students can contact organizers for discounts.