HACKCITY 100 MOVING PIXELS
HACKCITY 100 MOVING PIXELS is looking for “City Hackers” who are architects, urban planners, and urban designers.
Modern cities are now plagued by issues like traffic congestion, over-centralization, unaffordable housing, etc. With our personalized Moving Spaces, we hope to transform cities into organized and sustainable superorganisms.
“THE FUTURE CITY AWARD | VILLE FUTUR”
1st 15,000$+Project Landing Opportunities+Trophy +Exhibition and Forum Promotion
+NFT Collaboration+PIXCITY Urban CHO Medal of Honor+CG Animation Promotion
2nd 7,000 $+Project landing opportunity+Trophy+Exhibition and Forum Promotion+NFT Collaboration
3rd 5,000 $+Project landing opportunity+Trophy+Exhibition and Forum Promotion+NFT Collaboration
“THE GENESIS CITY AWARD | VILLE GENESIS” 5,000 $
“THE RADIANT CITY AWARD | VILLE RADIEUSE” 5,000 $
Shu Susan Du, Director of Projects and Development at BIG
Benjamin Chan, Director of LWK. + PARTNERS
Tommaso Boralevi, the CTO of LendLease
Ivan Tallarico, Founder, and CEO of Hi-Interiors, Ecosystem Builder of DesignTech
Ling Fan, Founder, and CEO of Tezign, Director of Tongji University Design AI Lab
Enea Colombo, General Manager of Icona Design Group, Leader of Icona Smart City Project
The submission must include the schematic description board and the presentation file, and the requirements for the description board are as follows:
All contestants must present the scheme as a whole on an A2 vertical layout (up to 3 boards), 300DPI, marked readable (margin 10mm), including:
-description text: less than 1200 words
-design description drawings and renders
-Registration number: located in the upper right corner of the drawing, font Arial, font size 20
The presentation file (optional):
-MP4, animation loop file (the first frame coincides with the last frame), less than half a minute, 1:1 frame, the resolution should be 1500×1500/2K at least
-JPEG format picture file, larger than 3000×3000 pixels.
– Cover: The cover must be uploaded as the main visual of the work, with a size of 1045*654, 72dpi, within 2MB.
All winning entries must submit source files for curatorial promotion purposes.
Finally, more on Archup:
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