Submission: February 29, 2016
Registration: February 29, 2016
Everything that is designed and built will eventually be destroyed. By weather, wear, or war, built form eventually returns to its elemental state. Objects made of durable materials may last longer, but will not last forever. What if everything that was built became permanent? How might the process of design change when all objects, once fixed and formed, could never be altered or moved from its location?
With finite material and space how must designers adjust to planning for the extreme long-term? How might future generations adapt inconvenient forms from the past to meet contemporary needs and functions? What happens when form becomes permanent?
Participants should consider the scenario where objects are not only fixed in form, but also fixed in place. Submissions may be conceptual, technical, and/or artistic.
There are no entry fees and no specific eligibility requirements. International entries are welcome.
Send entries to PINcompetition@gmail.com. Include your name, city, state, and country.
JURY / AWARD
Submissions will be judged by a rotating jury of three designers each month. The first place winner has the option of being a juror for a future competition.