Eleven launches their sixth international architecture & design competition to design a Planetarium of the future.
Eleven has announced their latest ideas and design competition Planetarium: The Experience of Space . The magazine’s latest challenge invites creatives around the world to imagine a new typology of Planetariums, one that reflects today’s renewed interest in space new and emerging understandings of our world, and a new paradigm in the relationship between media and physical space; a new typology of Planetarium which allows architecture and design to play a central role in the experience of space, both architectural and outer.
Eleven’s latest competition is open for both students and professionals who can participate individually or in teams of up to four people. Participants are asked to submit their proposals online by the 11th of August in the form of two digital A1 sheets and 500 words explanation text. Models are highly encouraged but are not mandatory.
The competition will officially open for registration on Tuesday 11th April. It will run for four months, closing on the 11th of August at 11:00am (UK Time). Awarded entries be will be officially announced on the 11th of October. As the jury will deliberate behind the scenes to select their winner, runner-up and six honourable mentions, the general public will be given the chance to view all of the submitted entries and vote for their favourite who will go on to win the People’s Choice Award.
Competition Opens: 11th April
Early Bird Fees change to Standard Fees: 1st May
Standard Fees change to Late Bloomer Fees: 1st August
Registration Closes / Submission Deadline: 11th August at 11:00am (UK Time)
Public Voting Opens Online: 14th August
Public Voting Closes: 10th October at 11.59pm (UK Time)
Winners and Awarded Announced: 11th October
More information here.Competition website: http://www.eleven-magazine.com