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OFFICE 2021 DESIGN CHALLENGE , Singapore / Singapur

Bewerbungsfrist 05.11.2021

Wettbewerbs-Ausschreibung

wa-ID
wa-2031919
Tag der Veröffentlichung
10.06.2021
Bewerbungsfrist
05.11.2021
Abgabetermin
10.12.2021
Verfahrensart
Offener Wettbewerb
Teilnehmer
offen für alle
Koordination
Bee Breeders (former HMMD Group), Singapore
OFFICE 2021 DESIGN CHALLENGE

Auslober
BEE BREEDERS Architecture Competition Organisers, Singapore (SG)

Wettbewerbsart
Offener Ideenwettbewerb (auch für Studenten)

Sprache
Englisch

Preissumme
6.000 EUR

Wettbewerbsaufgabe
The modern workplace has evolved a lot over the past few decades, and the introduction of new technologies and the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic is set to completely change how we work even more in the future.

Back in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, offices were still mostly set up for individual working, with staff set up in their own cubicles and managers in their own offices. And while over time, technology was slowly introduced to help improve productivity, most business communication was still carried out via traditional landlines or in person, and documents were all created, stored and shared as hard copies. Email, word processors and personal computers had all been invested in the 70s, but didn’t become ubiquitous until decades later. And mobile phones, while available to the public from the late 80s, were large, expensive and not standard practice until the new millennium.

Since 2000, there has been an increasing focus placed on being comfortable in the workplace, with most modern setups centered around collaboration rather than individual working. New tools and new technologies have transformed the way we work and communicate such cloud-based software, video conferencing, and even email and social media. This has made it possible for many people to work anywhere and have become less dependent on a fixed office space.

This was made all too clear during the Coronavirus pandemic, when many of us were required to work remotely far more than ever before. It’s unlikely that workplaces will fully return to normal ever again, but there is still a need for office space for a number of reasons. Social interaction with colleagues, more effective tools (technology, furniture, space), face-to-face collaboration and client meetings, for example. So how can workplaces evolve and adapt to help facilitate a combination of in-person and virtual working?

The Office 2021 Design Challenge is the first in an annual competition series in which participants are tasked with exploring the work environment. The jury will be looking for design projects that use architecture as a tool to improve a worker’s wellbeing as well as their productivity. This challenge is an opportunity to envision the new normal of the workplace post-COVID.

The Office 2021 Design Challenge will be run in tandem with the Office 2021 Essay Challenge in which participants can explore their ideas and thinking in more detail. Participants can enter either the essay and design competition separately or together.

Competition is open to all. No professional qualification is required. Design proposals can be developed individually or by teams (4 team members maximum). Correspondence with organizers must be conducted in English;
All information submitted by participants must be in English

Schedule
Closing date for registration
05 NOVEMBER, 2021

Closing date for project submission
10 DECEMBER, 2021 (11:59pm GMT+0)

Announcement of the winners

Informationen
architecturecompetitions.com/office2021/

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