Colony in Mars’ participants are challenged to design a colony for 100,000 people, and it should be prepared to grow and be seen as a new start for civilization. The goal is to be self-sufficient, relying on the bare minimum to be imported goods from Earth.
This should go along with a short description of your proposal, no more than 150 words.
Eligibility This competition is open to everyone 18 years and older It can be developed individually or by teams. Moreover, each team can contain a maximum of 4 members.
Prizes 1st- Prize : £750 + Certificate + Publications on Selected Media 2nd Prize: £300 + Certificate + Publications on Selected Media 3rd Prize: £150 + Certificate + Publications on Selected Media In addition, 3 Honourable Mentions, Certificate as well as Publications on Selected Media Fees Early Registration – £20 Regular Registration – £40 Late Registration – £65
The student discount is 10% upon request and also the referral discount is 25% upon request.
For groups registrations, please contact the host for discount requests.
Judging Criteria Concept – 15% Design – 20% Practicality – 15% Innovation / Originality – 20% Site Location – 10% Presentation – 20%
Submission Requirements A single A2 horizontal presentation board with the details listed below must be submitted via http://aic-hub.com/. Image Format: A single JPG extension file presentation board (must not exceed 5MB). Also, presentation boards must not indicate any information related to an individual’s/team’s identity. All information provided in writing must be in English.
Although is not mandatory, you can record or photograph your work environment during the proposal development stage. In case you will be one of the winners, the video will be on the host’s platform.
The submission must include the following required drawings:
3-dimensional representations explaining the design, perspectives, as well as montages that display the character of the project. Building/Site sections that illustrate key aspects and also major spatial or programmatic elements. Also, floor plans to show the interior spatial arrangements and program. Elevations demonstrate qualities such as material, texture, as well as color. Large-scale drawings that illustrate innovative details or integrated aspects of design. In addition, present all drawings at a scale appropriate for the design solution and include a graphic scale for reference.
Schedule Regular Competition Registration Deadline: 30 April 2022 Late Competition Registration: 01 May 2022 to 13 May 2022 Deadline for questions: 07 May 2022 Closing Date for Submissions: 14 May 2022 Jury Evaluation: 15 May 2022 – 27 May 2022 Announcement of Winners: 31 May 2022