INDIA | PAKISTAN – BORDER OF PEACE

Submission: January 31, 2017
Registration: January 31, 2017
Language: English
Location: India I Pakistan
Prizes: 1st Prize: $ 500 , 2nd Prize: $ 200 , 3rd Prize: $ 100
Type: Open

 

The aim of the competition is the creation of a shared space along the border of the two countries through an architectural/design intervention.

The border must not remain a mere division between the two countries, but aim at rejuvenating the community life on both the sides by activating the public spaces in and around the design intervention.

It should educate people about the virtues of social and religious harmony and promote the mutual coexistence of friendship and peace between India and Pakistan.

It should propagate the message of peace and harmony through the dual language of art and architecture.

SCHEDULE

Start of Competition: November 07, 2016
Deadline for Submissions: January 31, 2017
Announcement of Winners: February 14, 2017
Note: All deadlines are 11:59 pm – 00:00 am IST (Indian Standard Time)

REGISTRATION

Entrants may register as individuals or as a group consisting of maximum 3 members. All architecture and design students, as well as professionals are eligible to participate in the competition. They may do so by filling the registration form and submitting it with the appropriate payment through the secure gateway (Paypal) on our website www.architize.com

If you wish to use the system of bank tranfer (or any other payment system), please send us a mail at info@architize.com

Early Registration Period (November 07 to November 30) – $15
Regular Registration Period (December 01 to December 31) – $20
Late Registration Period (January 01 to January 31) – $25
Note: It would not be possible to amend or update the information relating to your registration including the names of the group members once validated.

AWARDS

First Prize – $500 + Certificate
Second Prize – $200 + Certificate
Third Prize – $100 + Certificate
3 Honorable Mentions to be published on the site

Go to the competition’s website

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