Once we made the decision to take part in Silent Forest Meditation Cabins competition, we hadn’t imagined at that point that over one year later we would be publishing our own article about taking part in architectural contests. That’s only one of many unexpected positive outcomes of this adventure. Coming back to the beginning, first we would like to share how we got the idea to take part in such an event. Continue reading
Submission: May 22, 2016
Registration: May 22, 2016
Location: Governor’s Island – NY, USA
Prizes: 1st Place: 50% HOW-TO $$!, 2nd Place: 30% How-To $$!, 3rd Place: 20% How-To $$!
Type: Architecture Student
HOW TO ARCHITECTURE! is a design competition which invites students to reflect on contemporary culture and to do it with architecture. Leafing through headlines, lists, captions, zooming in and out of feeds, bold fonts, and articles made of images: we participate in the age of the listicle. Culture flashes before us–an extension of ourselves: the superabundant reel. As the cycle of consumption whirs on, architecture still stands. What does architecture say; how does it feed you? Tell us what you think. Tell usHow To Architecture! Continue reading