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PLASTIC WORLDS _ Architecture Competition

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提交日期:2019年1月11日
注册日期:2019年1月11日
语言:英语
定位:概念性
奖励:请参阅下面的详细信息
类型:开放型

Eleven的新竞赛“塑料世界”现已开放注册。主办方邀请来自世界各地的创意人士就塑料污染问题而提出解决方案。

海洋中的塑料污染是如今地球面临的最大环境问题之一。这不是单独区域的污染,而是逐渐蔓延为全球化的影响。随着越来越多的人造废弃物排放到海洋里,因为塑料导致的疾病也愈发增加。每年全球生产超过3亿吨塑料。

然而这些塑料不可降解,因此很难以生态方式进行处理。在巨大河流系统的推动下,每年有800万至1200万吨的塑料污染排入海洋,在这其中,河流起到了运输作用。

这很快就会扼杀地球上的海洋生物,从浮游生物到鲸鱼、珊瑚、鸟类、海豹和海龟将无一幸免。但这只是一个开始,因为到2020年,海洋中的塑料量预计将增加十倍。

通过本次竞赛,主办方迫切地希望让创意人士参与解决塑料问题,并通过设计的方式来解决相应问题。在这次竞赛中需要解决水域的塑料问题,即河流与海洋。

Eleven在设计竞赛时考虑了两个关键词,每个关键词都有一个与之相关的特定目标和场地类型。第一个是“预防”,这与河流有关,并着重于中断塑料的扩散,第二个是“行动”,这与海洋有关,则要求清理现有的污染物品。在这两个主题之间,参赛者可以在设计中自由探索。另外,如果对更加全面的战略方案感兴趣,还可以结合思考整个塑料污染流线,即从源头(河)到目的地(海洋)。

最终,参赛者需要单独确定设计范围以及本次竞赛的结果。作品可以是一座建筑、一系列构筑物、一个产品、一个载体、一个想法、一个新场所、一个战略措施或一组事物,这由你决定。


竞赛详情:


“塑料世界”向所有创意人士开放,包括专业人士和/或学生。参赛者可以个人参赛,也可以以团队形式参赛(每个团队最多4人)。要求每个团队在2019年1月11日之前在线注册,并提交设计方案,提交形式为两张A1大小的电子文件,另外附有500字的说明文字。建议使用模型和视频,但并非强制。

该竞赛于2018年9月11日星期二正式开放,将于2019年1月11日上午11:00(英国时间)正式举行。获奖作品将于2019年3月11日在线公布。获奖者由评审团选出,评审团成员由专家、创意人士、建筑师、设计师和学者共同组成。公众也将有机会在线投票选出自己喜欢的设计作品,选出最佳人气奖。

“塑料世界”是Eleven第十二届国际比赛。自2015年年中以来,这家英国杂志和创意机构推出的挑战在全球取得了巨大成功。之前的竞赛已经在欧洲和美国展出,发表在多个国际杂志上,如Architecture Review、AJ、Dezeen、Archdaily和Designboom,并且已经在2015年、2016年和2017年Bustler的“年度十大最佳竞赛奖”中获奖。


竞赛日程:

竞赛开始日期:2018年9月11日
正式注册费用日期:2018年10月9日
最迟注册费用日期:2018年12月28日
报名截止日期/提交截止日期:2019年1月11日上午11:00(英国时间)
公众在线投票开始日期:2019年1月16日
公众在线投票截止日期:2019年3月10日
获奖者公布日期:2019年3月11日


竞赛费用:

提早注册:60英镑
正式注册:90英镑
最迟注册:120英镑


竞赛奖励:

冠军:2000英镑
亚军:400英镑
至少6名荣誉提名:无现金奖,但有其他奖励
最佳人气奖(由公众投票选出):100英镑
*所有获奖作品将在Eleven的Elevenses粮仓、社交媒体和Apple News频道上发表。此外,获奖作品将通过Eleven的媒体合作伙伴而获得全世界的关注。

竞赛网站:https://www.eleven-magazine.com/competitions/

Submission: January 11, 2019
Registration: January 11, 2019
Language: English
Location: Concept
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

Eleven’s new competition ‘Plastic Worlds’ is now open for registration. We invite creatives and visionaries from all around the world to join in and fight plastic pollution through raw creativity, imagination and talent.
Plastic pollution in our oceans is one of the biggest environmental problems we are facing today on our planet. It is no longer an occurrence reserved to isolated pockets of our earth, but rather a booming global phenomenon. We are now witnessing the exponential growth of a world-wide plastic epidemic, as our planet is becoming covered in man-made waste. Every year, we produce over 300 million tonnes of plastic.
By design, plastic is virtually indestructible and hence very hard to deal with as waste in an ecological way. Between 8 to 12 million tons of plastic pollution end up in our oceans every year, fuelled by gigantic river systems which pump the discarded plastics from our cities to our seas.

This is quickly killing our planet’s marine life – from plankton to whales, corals, birds, seals and turtles – and destroying their delicate ecosystems. But this is just the beginning, as the amount of plastic in the ocean is set to increase tenfold by 2020.
The urgency to act is the driving force behind this competition: a challenge designed to get the creative community engaged with our plastic world and propose innovative solutions from a design-led solution. In this competition, you are asked to think of ways to fight the plastic problem in our waters: from rivers to oceans.
Eleven designed the competition with two keywords in mind, each with a specific objective and site typology linked to it. The first is ‘prevention’, which is linked to rivers and focuses on halting the plastic flow. The second, is the concept of ‘action’, which is linked to the oceans and asks to engage with the cleaning up of the existing pollution. Between these two themes, there are infinite degrees of cross-pollinations, which you are also free to explore in your designs. For those who are interesting in a more comprehensive strategy, there is also the possibility of dealing with the whole plastic pollution route: from source (river) to destination (ocean).
Ultimately, it is up to you individually to define what the scope of the challenge is and what the outcome of this competition will be. Is it a structure, a series of structures, a product, a vehicle, an idea, a new place, a strategy or a combination of things? You decide.

Competition Details:
‘Plastic Worlds’ is open to all creatives – both professionals and/or students. Participants can compete individually or in a team of up to four people. Each team is asked to register and submit their proposals online by the 11th of January 2019, in the form of two digital A1 landscape sheets accompanied by an additional 500 words explanatory text. Models and videos are highly encouraged but are not mandatory.
The competition, which officially opens for registration on Tuesday the 11th of September 2018, is scheduled to run until the 11th of January 2019 at 11:00am (UK Time). Awarded entries will be officially announced online on the 11th of March 2019. Winners will be selected by an esteemed jury panel of experts, creatives, architects, designers and academics. The public will also have an opportunity to vote for their favourite designs online. The people’s favourite will go on to win the People’s Choice Award.
Plastic Worlds is Eleven’s twelfth international competition to date. Since their start in mid-2015, the challenges launched by this UK based magazine and creative agency have received great global success. Previous competitions have been exhibited in Europe and the USA, published in multiple international magazines such as the Architecture Review, the AJ, Dezeen, Archdaily and Designboom, and have been featured in Bustler’s ‘Top-10 Best Competitions of the Year Awards’ in 2015, 2016 and twice in 2017.

Competition Schedule:
Competition Opens: 11th September 2018
Early Bird Fees change to Standard Fees: 9th October
Standard Fees change to Late Bloomer Fees: 28th December
Registration Closes / Submission Deadline: 11th January 2019 11:00am (UK Time)
Public Voting Opens Online: 16th January
Public Voting Closes Online: 10th March
Winners and Awarded Announced: 11th March

Competition Fees:
Early Bird: £60
Standard: £90
Late Bloomer: £120

Competition Awards:
Winner: £2000
Runner-Up: £400
Minimum 6 Honourable Mentions: no cash (boo) but lots of glory (yay)!
People’s Choice Award (selected by general public voting): £100
*All of the awarded entries listed above will be published on Eleven’s ‘Elevenses’ feed, social media and Apple News channel. In addition, awarded entries will receive fantastic worldwide attention through Eleven’s media partners.

competition’s website: https://www.eleven-magazine.com/competitions/

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