“Lights In Forest” GuangShan Child-friendly B&B Competition

Submission: 31st January 2024 Registration: 31st January 2024 Location: GuangShan, XinYang, China Language: English Prizes: View Website Type: Open

Lights In Forest” GuangShan Child-friendly B&B Competition stands as a pioneering initiative, bringing together the expertise of B&B industry leaders and innovative design teams in a collaborative venture with substantial government backing. With the success of the Rural Children’s Art Carnival as a testament to GuangShan’s commitment to becoming a Child-Friendly County, this competition marks the next significant stride towards creating an enchanting haven for children’s artistic expression. By challenging participants to reimagine B&B spaces throughinnovative designs that seamlessly blend childhood imagination and a harmonious connection to nature, GuangShan aspires to establish the nation’s first child-friendly B&B hub. This competition not only aims to redefine accommodations but also seeks to shape the future of living in this scenic region, fostering an environment where children can chase their dreams amidst the captivating landscapes and rich cultural heritage of GuangShan.

Site Introduction:

In the captivating landscape of GuangShan’s Longshan Lake National
Wetland Park, the vision for Flight Camp as the cornerstone of the country’s first child-friendly B&B cluster is set to redefine the concept of rural accommodations. The 200-acre expanse, nestled within the poetic beauty of GuangShan County, will undergo a transformative journey into a comprehensive vacation area, offering children an unparalleled opportunity to connect with nature in its purest form. By urging B&B brand owners and design teams to unite and envision creative and practical solutions for the Flight Camp, this competition aims to sculpt a miraculous child-friendly B&B cluster that goes beyond the conventional. As teams collaborate to weave childhood imagination seamlessly into every design aspect, Flight Camp becomes not just a destination but a haven—a sanctuary where children can explore, dream, and create everlasting memories amidst the serene embrace of GuangShan’s natural splendor. This endeavor signifies a significant leap towards unlocking new possibilities for GuangShan, heralding a future where the region stands as a beacon for child-centric hospitality and sets a precedent for innovative and sustainable rural rejuvenation.

In addition to this, we are eager to explore further collaboration opportunities. AIM International Design Competition is positioned as a gateway for overseas platforms to connect with the Chinese audience. We would be delighted to reciprocate the collaboration by offering the opportunity to publish competitions on the AIM website (http://aim-competition.com/portal/aim/home#aim-majorCompetition [2]). This cross-promotional approach could be mutually beneficial, extending Competitions archi’s reach into the China market and providing our audience with access to global design excellence.

Over the course of 13 years and 33 competitions, AIM has curated a
platform that goes beyond selecting outstanding talents from young
designers; it acts as a catalyst for profound change. With over 9,000 collected creative solutions, AIM has left an indelible mark on the industry, impacting over a million individuals and fostering the growth of neglected architectural areas. Originating in Beijing, AIM’s influence has transcended borders, engaging with 100+ academic institutions, 1,000+ industry experts, and leveraging 500+ effective channel resources. As a beacon of innovation, AIM has nurtured a community dedicated to the upgrading of intellectual property, talent, content, and communities in the cultural tourism field, establishing itself as a powerhouse with a bonus pool exceeding 20 million.

We believe that through strategic collaboration, we can create meaningful connections between the international and Chinese design communities. We are open to discussions on how we can tailor this collaboration to meet the specific goals and interests of Competitions archi.

Date: November 30, 2023